Refusing to kill an infant from an enemy clan, master swordsman Yang takes the child and flees to an American frontier town. Despite his attempts, his master closes in on him and he must fight to protect the child and his newfound comrades. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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jimi p (ca) wrote: I saw Gasland, and felt out of touch with reality as a result. Was there this giant mechanism of greed that was poisoning people that I didn't know about, oh my god do drilling companies really make water flammable with their destruction of mother nature, where has this film been, why is it not more well known, are we all screwed, is the planet falling apart?? I wanted answers, I wanted a second opinion, I wanted to do research of my own... fortunately, FrackNation as it would be was already under way in filming. I felt relief that someone was making an effort at explaining the terrifying horror film that is Gasland, because it seemed, no one was questioning its thesis, or the man behind the movie. I mean, wether you're pro energy, or apart of the green movement or whatever, you should watch FrackNation because there's information in the film that is not anecdotal, or opinion based, but supported by incredible research and speakers (incredible in terms of their expert analysis.) To witness allegation after allegation be thwarted, and with such filmic technic, I was incredibly impressed by FrackNation as a documentary. The farmers in NY explaining their stories, the scientists in California, the interviews with politicians that corruptly supported Josh Fox, the men working on a real drilling site talking about safety, the family who claimed their water was on fire... it was all incredibly compelling. However, this film is more than that-- I learned not just about the process of Fracturing, and the deceit in Gasland, but also how mans position in history with innovation, his energy consumption, and ability to wield new resources has made our lives incredibly better. It was precisely this inspirational portion of the film that really got me. It wasn't about to Frack or Not, it was about, how resources can benefit us, and what it means to slander and ignore very viable, abundant, and powerful tools that greatly benefit civilization. If you choose to live a great life, one with heat, and food, a nice home-- energy is a direct factor. I think once you understand that fracking helps provide that energy in a way never before seen, its no longer a debate. The next step would be about defining clear laws about property rights, pollution, etc. The anti-frackers don't want to acknowledge that; they want to ban tracking outright. This film exposes how incredibly insane and tragic that thinking is. Anyway-- great film, very well made, and leaves you with the sense to go out and make a difference, to support technology and innovation-- not the dark ages. Inspiring, and Im glad these guys took the risk of making it in a time when these ideas are incredibly unpopular, and demonized.
Kenneth H (ag) wrote: A magician fails to feed his hungry rabbit and the rabbit punishes him during his act in increasingly painful, violent and humiliating ways. And this is supposed to be entertaining... how?
D V (es) wrote: This just looks bad, even though it has DJ Qualls.
Karan B (jp) wrote: The reasons I love this film: 1. French 2. 13's my lucky number 3. French ;)
Samurai A (fr) wrote: This film can very well be the most challenging film to understand ever produced! Its one hundred and eighty minutes of pure Symbolism,Meaning and confusion.Even if you are a hardcore Lynch fan (like me) you will still struggle to find the meaning of this film.But ofcourse that is not the downside of the movie, that is what makes it a masterpiece!.The effort David Lynch must have gone through to bring such a film to life will forever puzzle me.After multiple viewings and some research I now understand the basic concept behind it but not fully,only Lynch will understand its meaning fully.Rest assured this film is Lynch's ultimate challenge for his fans and seeing it might disturb,shock,glorify,entertain or even mystify his viewers.
VS L (de) wrote: Technically impeccable with all the Tarrian trademarks, but this time something is lacking. Somewhat bleak and unmotivated, the immersion falters, leaving the characters and pictures lacking soul. There are, of course, some great scenes and even a bad Tarr-movie is way above the contemporaries, but after the sublime "Satantango" and the grand "Werckmeister harmoniak" one cannot help but feel sore disappointment. It's even a bit BORING. Something the 7-hour long "Satantango" never was, even for a minute.The first misstep? Maybe that's a bit too harsh, but allow me my grief; of the living filmmakers Tarr's easily my favourite. I'll turn my eyes toward "A Torinoi lo", which I hope will be filmed without problems and delays.
Leon W (gb) wrote: This movie deserves a lot more respect than it ever got.
David J (jp) wrote: The special effects are quite dated and some of the deadpan humor falls flat, but of all the films I've seen with a cult classic status, "Ghostbusters" is by far the funniest and most memorable and I'm sure it will remain a favorite amongst Earth's inhabitants for years to come. That being said, the "Ghostbusters" theme song really irritates me.
Dawn K (mx) wrote: Funny movie. Cary Grant is lovely in this one. WAY less frantic than "My Girl Friday", which was welcome. Ann Sheridan has a very "feminist" role here -- probably shocking for the time. I really enjoyed watching this one!
Ryan S (au) wrote: Christian Bale, you're the best Batman! I loved your fighting skills and Batman accent. Also, Michael Caine did an amazing job as Alfred as well as Liam Neeson who played the villain.
James D (es) wrote: It was a good movie!!!
Naveed E (es) wrote: I like that movie, not that bad. I really like the movie atmosphere...!
Zane A (br) wrote: Zane AmlehEnglish 9Mr.Netzler 3-10-2016 Into The Wild-The Drifting Soul Of Chris McCandlessIf you're reading this essay then you've probably tried to read the book Into The Wild or even seen the movie. You probably know what the book is about, Alex Supertramp (Chris Mccandless) goes into the wilderness of Alaska and ends up dying, the cause of death is suspected to be poison from a plant that was wrongly digested. I've seen this movie 1 time and without going through it again i can thoroughly say that the book is much better that the movie as it normally is with book to film adaptation. An example of this in the movie and book is just that the book just approaches you with a much higher level of stimulation that the movie tries so very hard to achieve but just misses. When you read the book you feel immersed in Chris's life as with the movie you feel as a spectator. Don't get me wrong the movie was great but the book was just plain better and it hurts me inside to know that somewhere in this big world there is a individual that has seen the movie but not read the book, while this may not bother them they need to read the masterpiece that is the book.When i first started this book i really didn't have much interest in it, I found myself wishing my little reading sessions would just finish quick or just not come at all. But as I continued this book I found out actually quite quickly that it was genuinely good book and I enjoyed it,I feel that if you want to read this book you just have to persevere through the hard times and eventually there will be a turning point which will result in you not wanting to put this book down. If you want to enjoy this story to its fullest extent you have to know that :happiness is only real when shared". Both the book and the movie are full of tons of symbolic choices some of which are a little more obvious than others and some of which are almost impossible to find unless you examine the context around it. A very large symbolic choice in this book and movie that I discovered is Chris's money. This may sound bizarre but as the story progresses Chris is constantly being given money in exchange for good and services that he's provided, he constantly believes that his hitchhiking is too easy with all them money that is given to him and he much rather having to find his next meal. When Chris burns his money I feel that this is a symbol of him leaving his past life and starting a new one from a clean slate. This to me is a very large symbol in the book because it changes everything. Another example of symbolism in the book and movie is the car that Chris drives, his Datsun. This car was seen as reliable and trustworthy to Chris when he was alive and drove it. I feel that when Chris graduated and he was offered a new car and did not take it, he did this because he knew at that time he was going to embark on this life changing journey and he wanted something that he could trust and that was a reminder of his family, this car was a symbol of all he loved in life and all he wanted to love. When I was watching the movie the symbol that really stuck out to me was Chris behavior with other people on his journey.While in both the book and the movie Chris is nice and kind to the strangers he meets, in the movie he gives off a kind of different vibe as he meets more people in the later parts of the movie his attitude kind of changes but not in a bad way. I feel that his attitude changing is a symbol of him slowly maturing through his life. This affects the whole way he lives his life. This book is told in third person omniscient, this has a very impacting effect on the book and how the reader reads it. Obviously this book cannot be written in first person because well no one was there and all we have to create this story is Chris journal entries. When reading this book I felt like I was pushed into the journey that Chris took with this choice of point of view. This book was a prime choice of how the perfect choice on how to tell the story can make or break the book. While writing this essay earlier i said that I felt like I was a spectator while watching this movie and I didn't feel immersed in it, that's true but as the movie progresses you get deeper and deeper but not as into it as the book. My overall opinion of the movie is that it is a really good movie that moves anyone with a heart and feelings that watches i. While watching it you have to be moved inside by the rush of emotions that are perfectly conveyed the the big screen. While it lacks some aspects such as deeper lines and better acting it is honestly an amazing movie and it was transitioned well from the book.While watching the movie was good the real treat was the book. While the book starts off slow and not interesting, it quickly changes into an amazing book, the way the author describes Chris's life it just grabs you in and you don't want to stop reading.This movie and book were overall an amazing story and I would literally recommend it to anyone who wants a slow and steady yet interesting book.
Daniel C (nl) wrote: Beautiful animation and fun characters throughout tue movie. Fun film for children and family to enjoy. The voice actors were despite the fact that they do not have much experience being voice actors since theu do more live action.
Dann M (ag) wrote: "And sometimes you do Reindeer Games." Affleck may be the bomb in Phantoms, but he totally bombs in Reindeer Games. With a solid cast that includes Ben Affleck, Gary Sinise, Charlize Theron, and Danny Trejo, one would think that this film couldn't go wrong; but somehow they found a way. The script is replete with problems, giving the actors nothing to work with. However, if you can get past the script issues and the weak acting, there's a fairly interesting heist story with some good twists and surprises. While Reindeer Games is complete garbage, it's also entertaining on a number of levels.
Jenome R (mx) wrote: Amazing documentary - reminding me of the excitement and social side of buying music when shops like these were in every city. A sad reminder of the collapse of places like these where we used to gather and meet people who shared the same passions as us. A truly emotional and exciting story, makes you wish the internet was never invented.
Nick R (it) wrote: Major Dundee is a classical Western with plenty of exciting shootouts and breathtaking vistas, but in all honesty, the film's backstory is more interesting than most of what's on screen. It's a situation where the film is less than the sum of its parts, mostly because some elements simply haven't held up that well over the years. Together with the lack of authorial control by Peckinpah, Major Dundee feels too broad and unfocused. There is a nice sense of tension from the plot's underlying political dynamics that kept my interest, but it ultimately felt too rough around the edges for my tastes.