Tora-San's Cherished Mother
Kuruma Torajiro is discovered looking around Kyoto for someone special to him.
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Eric H (fr) wrote: The Edge is a powerful motion picture that satisfies in every way. First of all, it delivers as an action/adventure film (which is what it is) by giving the audience some heart stopping sequences, and it never slows down. The Edge also delivers as a dramatic film, with an ending that is painfully sad, yet satisfying. This is one fine movie, and the performances by Hopkins (one of my favorite actors today) and Baldwin are superb. They portray their characters with an honesty, and with a realistic nature that only great actors can accomplish. As the plot twists and the pace picks up, you start to become so involved that you forget time is passing by. I strongly suggest this one to action lovers and to anyone who enjoys a good story.
Landon P (ag) wrote: come one, who doesn't like beethoven?
David P (au) wrote: Interesting film about a hitman. Could've been a competent action-drama however the over-the-top ridiculousness and Treach as a leading man? this isn't Naughty by Nature.
Chris C (de) wrote: And this is why movies with a talented cast can suck balls.
Ben L (jp) wrote: I remembered enjoying Clueless quite a bit when I first saw it 20 years ago. Now I'm wondering if a lot of that related to being a teenager who thought Alicia Silverstone was hot. The movie is kind of ridiculous with characters that are shallower than a wading pool, but it is pretty clear the makers of the film are fully aware of this fact. They play around with how ditzy, immature, and pointless Cher's life is throughout the film. Somehow that works for me, and I manage to care about her ordeal more than I probably should. I still wonder if I would feel differently if they cast someone else in the lead role, but Alicia is perfect as Cher. Aside from the slightly creepy feeling I get at the ending (similar to that feeling you get when Leia kisses Luke in The Empire Strikes Back,) there's only one aspect of this movie that totally spoils the experience for me. Everything that happens with Brittany Murphy's character is tedious and irritating. I swear that every time she walks on screen I feel tempted to just give up on the film. She is probably the most annoying supporting character in a film since Lori Petty in A League of Their Own. There's enough of a story going on without Tai that they could have eliminated her from the film, but instead we have to struggle with her popping back up every 15 minutes or so. I don't know if I'll ever watch this movie again, because I've probably grown too old to appreciate it, but it's not the worst film from the 90s to revisit.
David P (ca) wrote: The best of the Wilder/Pryor pairings. Clever plot and lots of laughs
Kenneth L (ca) wrote: This movie works best as a showcase for Albert Finney's remarkable acting talent. Here he plays a British diplomat to Mexico in 1938, a desperate alcoholic who spends the whole movie reaching the bottom of a downward spiral he has obviously been in for quite a while. Finney captures drunkenness extraordinarily well in this Oscar-nominated performance, and there is not one moment in the film when his character is not hammered. Jacqueline Bisset is very good as his sad wife, who has inexplicably returned to him after a year of divorce proceedings. The direction by a very old John Huston is good. It's based on Malcom Lowry's novel, widely considered one of the best of the twentieth century. Apparently the novel is written in a Joycean first-person perspective, which would make up for a lack of plot. The movie lacks that narration, however, and so is left really just with the characters and not much of a story. The narrative has no interesting overall structure, so the movie does not really satisfy as mainstream entertainment. It's pretty much all about watching this one character get drunk and degrade himself, which is a fine purpose, just not terribly exciting. I would recommend this movie for Albert Finney's performance or as a sort of Sparknotes to the novel, but not really as an entertainment on its own terms.
Jim H (mx) wrote: A rapist/killer stalks Miami women as a reporter realizes that the suspect lives in her apartment complex.In her first major role, Jennifer Jason Leigh plays a blind/deaf/dumb young girl in a bit part that serves to be the only worthwhile aspect of this poor film. It is a fairly basic slasher film with all the elements that make this genre one of the most misogynistic genres of film. When Jane says, "Tracy is not the only defenseless woman in this city," I couldn't help but think of this line as the film's thesis. I understand that two women ultimately resist the male killer, but this comes only after numerous women scream in horror and are subject to the "Gaze." Here, women are objects, not acting subjects.Overall, for anyone looking to explore feminist film theory, Eyes of a Stranger is the perfect film to write against.
Tim R (ca) wrote: Beautiful to look at, authentic but, all the swinging dicks got pretty boring after awhile.
Ralph R (us) wrote: Watch this movie if you like kung fu films riddled with cliches or if you like to put dirt up your nose.