The Life and Works of Yasujiro Ozu

The Life and Works of Yasujiro Ozu

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An extremely lovely tribute to Ozu, on the 20th anniversary of his death. It uses a combination of footage from vintage films and new material (both interviews and Ozu-related locations) shot by Ozu's long-time camera-man (who came out of retirement to work on this). Surprisingly (or perhaps not), it focuses less on Ozu's accomplishments as a film-maker than on his impact on the lives of the people he worked with.. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Riff J (gb) wrote: A classic. Terrifying and scary beyond belief. It may have some lulls in it, but I think they are by design on order to accentuate the accompanying scares. Very well done!

Francisco R (it) wrote: What is this? I mean, I think this is the stupidest idea for a movie that I have ever witness. I love Steve Martin and Queen Latifah, but even though they cood be good together, no, they had to accept the leading roles in a crap movie. I never laughed in this movie, I was almost never entartained and the good cast wasn't enough to make me, at least, give this movie a three star rating. Adam Shankman, if you think this is a good movie, you're wrong. My favorite type of movie is comedy, sow basicly I've seen lots of comedies, and I know what's a good comedy movie, and by comedy movies, this is one of the worst I have ever seen. Not worth anybodys time, and you if you think you are going to watch a comedy movie with a clever idea, you are tottaly wrong. Not recommended it all. Grade: D.

Gaurav C (fr) wrote: a minimal film with continuous quiet dialogue between the individuals and the landscape /surrounds....like a chess board and the slidng roving moves when put against our anology of war, strategy and violence...the movie does the same in reverse .....

Tamara H (ru) wrote: Poor "Gordy." It might indeed be a 'poor man's Babe', but I can't say for sure, because nothing in the movie really stuck with me (though I know I saw it; in fact, I saw it before I saw "Babe"). Perhaps I'll give it another try someday. The poster is adorable!

Vipin G (fr) wrote: All actors are fantastic

Mnica B (jp) wrote: Con ella conoci a Kusturica y me conecte en muchos aspectos. Magica y dura a la vez, con gran simbolismo y profundidad

David S (fr) wrote: started off good, but then got weird and not in a good way.

Bee D (us) wrote: ahh ya mole - kind of sad looking back at women then and their role in society - loved the ending though how sue finally joins the boys in the water and surfs!

Will H (gb) wrote: Darn near definitive.

Paul D (ca) wrote: A jurassic park forerunner. Not as good in story or effects, but great as a cult film.

Farah R (au) wrote: A sensational adaptation supported by phenomenal performances. Kidman, Streep, and Moore proved to be the centerpiece of success as The Hours manages its complex plot line with excellence, presenting a fantastic drama.

Matthew C (ag) wrote: Daniel Day-Lewis, in one of his many terrific performances, brings this fascinating, harrowing true story of false imprisonment to life as only he can. His grit, tenacity, and irreverence as a man wrongfully accused are palpable. Pete Postlethwaite, playing Lewis' father, is also excellent and masterfully embodies the more passive side of this family duo. Both learn from each other through their often differing approaches to fighting their conviction at the hands of the British government. Truly a powerful acting pair to witness.