During the military phase of the Meiji Restoration of 1868, Sentaro joins a local militia loyal to the Tokugawa Shogunate in order to fight Imperial troops. But Sentaro's friendship with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
During the military phase of the Meiji Restoration of 1868, Sentaro joins a local militia loyal to the Tokugawa Shogunate in order to fight Imperial troops. But Sentaro's friendship with a ...
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Jason C (jp) wrote: Great movie. The shaky camera gave me motion sickness but a very original and well put together movie.
Nick K (de) wrote: It felt very similar to "World's end" or "This is the end". Less funny though
Shawn M (it) wrote: Intriguing, but sloppily executed.
Isabella D (au) wrote: Gotta love Michael J. Fox. I not only fell in love with his character but also with the town and all its people. Pretty great movie!
Leslie N (it) wrote: It never gets stale, even though it's 27 YEARS OLD! I love John Cusack as much now as I did when I was 14...
Aimemo6 F (fr) wrote: 01/56 Mon film mythique
kaipo d (br) wrote: The king. RIP Rudy Ray Moore. Dolemite has left the building.
Tricia R (kr) wrote: Cabaret is a classic musical that every musical theater buff should see. Personally, I am not a fan of Liza Minnelli, but she is the perfect fit for the role of Sally Bowles. Although very different from the actual Broadway show, Cabaret still has the majority of the great music that we love so much. Joel Grey as the MC really steals the show.
Richard D (fr) wrote: In addition to being the last of the three Harry Palmer spy films made in the late 60's, this is also Ken Russell's first feature film. At first I thought there was little sign of Russell's influence since the mood of the film was similar to the other films in the series, but that isn't true as you get a ways into it. In a way, Russell's approach here reminds me a bit of his approach to "Altered States". While this film lacks the visual excesses of that film, both films pitch their material up at the level of high melodrama. The last half hour of this film is pretty absurd, but Russell almost makes a virtue of it's absurdity by heightening the intensity. It's an approach that I think is extremely successful in the case of "Altered States", less so here. Still, it salvages a rather silly plot that veers closer to James Bond material than either of the earlier Palmer films
Harpreet S (br) wrote: I have read that this film greatly influenced Scorsese's Taxi Driver, which I realized watching this film. Bresson's film has one of the best writing I have seen. I think it is one of the reasons this film is so great. Just powerful poetry. Definitely one of the great character studies!
Mr Andrew Sly k (nl) wrote: NOW THAT'S WHAT I'D REALLY CALL FIRST LOVE NEVER DIES!
Jess L (au) wrote: I'm not sure what this film set out to do. It looks at the idea of 'love' in different relationships with characters that are connected, however loosely, with the other characters in the film. What worked for me with this film were the strong and powerful scenes where an actual point was being made; when the couple having an affair have an argument over one's announcement of a new marriage. This scene was unfortunately surrounded by many wishy washy ones, where love was approached in either an extremely sappy way with lots of kissing and looking lovingly into each others eyes, or through very over the top sex and nudity scenes which threw off the overall relaxed feel of the film.As for the performances, I would say the cast performed well. The problem with this particular screenplay is that because it's attempting to provide a look at an array of characters rather than focusing on just a handful, you never feel that you really know what each character is about, and so when Blair's character leaves her husband for another woman (I'm not giving anything huge away there), you are unsure as to where this has come from or why, and as an audience you are meant to just accept it, along with other events that are not fully explained. I did enjoy watching this movie, it has some truly touching moments and of course some tragic moments, but nothing overly uplifting to lift the audience out of these somewhat depressing scenes, so for me the film explored some valid and often realistic downsides to relationships, but then left you there. It would have been nice to have some more uplifting scenes, but then again this may not have been the director's vision, so who knows.For me, a movie with some fine ideas and moments, but a film that left me unsatisfied and wanting more.
Edward D (us) wrote: Great acting. Very good idea. This flick shows what happens when a government tries to draw different faiths into one controlled group. The movie as a whole could have been much better with a better director and fuller script. However, I enjoyed it.
Johnny G (es) wrote: great cast but the movie is a bit of a cliche.