The Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit
When heads of state gather at the G8 summit in Japan, Guilala -- the intergalactic monster that had been banished from the earth in The X from Outer Space -- returns to ravage the Japanese countryside and threaten the world leaders. Military strikes prove futile against the beast, but a reporter learns that one rural community possesses a strange ritual that might influence the creature. Minoru Kawasaki directs this campy satire.
- Stars:Oskar Øiestad, Jonas Hoff Oftebro, Fridtjof Tangen, Petter Westlund, Natsuki Katô, Kazuki Alex Kato, Kei Akazawa, Kon Arimura, Niclas Ericsson, Hide Fukumoto, Rirî Furankî, Bin Furuya, Jon Heese, Haruka Inoue, Junichi Inoue, Maiko Kawamura, Eiichi Kikuchi, Takeshi Kitano, Susumu Kurobe,
- Director:Minoru Kawasaki,
- Writer:Masakazu Migita (screenplay)
When heads of state gather at the G8 summit in Japan, Guilala -- the intergalactic monster that had been banished from the earth in The X from Outer Space -- returns to ravage the Japanese countryside and threaten the world leaders. Military strikes prove futile against the beast, but a reporter learns that one rural community possesses a strange ritual that might influence the creature. Minoru Kawasaki directs this campy satire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: An inspirational film of love and politics, brilliantly acted and beautifully filmed. Unmissable and glorious.
(nl) wrote: Seriously lame climax !!
(br) wrote: welldone movie...i like dis !! ...like a strange & interesting Circus..!!
(kr) wrote: loved it...watched it many times
(jp) wrote: An excellent character study of both the main characters. Renner and Union were superb.
(mx) wrote: One of the most violent horror movies i have seen in some time
(us) wrote: Fascinating documentary that will have you wondering what makes humans any different from the rest of the animal kingdom. Perhaps a little dry at points, but if you're at all interested in the subject matter, definitely check it out.
(br) wrote: u can kinda call this 'gilda part II' reteams rita n glenn
(de) wrote: There is so much about Clouds of Sils Maria that you won't see coming; least of all the knock out performance from Kristen Stewart. She so effortlessly holds her own against the typically magnetic Binoche to the point where she steals the show; a feat made all the more impressive considering the duo share most of the screen time together, with not a second of fineness wasted between them.Which is an important dynamic, as Clouds is fundamentally rich in character because of the two, but the light-as-air narrative moves at a glacial pace. It's slow, but the absorbing interplay of dialogue highlights the complexities in their multi-layered, nuanced performances. The honesty and openness shared by the characters often feels ethereal, much like the setting they find themselves in, but also force these characters to become far more fascinating than they would otherwise have been.Clouds is a captivating character study that will be a struggle for some, but is all the more rewarding thanks to its incredible lead performances that will stay with you long after the credits roll.
(de) wrote: ........... Please End it!!!
(it) wrote: Funny only at times, I much prefer Chris Rock over anything Kevin Hart does, but overall this just didn't really do it for me. All that romantic subplot crap dragged this down too much and not all the comedic scenes worked. The two things that stood out here was Jerry Seinfeld at the strip club and DMX singing(albeit very offkey) a showtune in jail.. actually that was as cringeworthy as it was amusing.
(ru) wrote: Visually beautiful and the props and puppets are amazing along with its costume designs but it is a scary movie so it has the corny stuff thrown in there.