Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald

A radio play is going to go on air at a Tokyo radio station. It is a weepy melodrama written by housewife Miyako, who is the winner of the competition run by the station. Suddenly, the hot-tempered lead actress Nokko decides she wants the name of her character to be Mary Jane and not Ritsuko. That leads to the chain of events which changes the play completely.

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Irvin C (br) wrote: A Mexican family gets sucked into the brutal, unforgiving world of Mexican drug cartels after the 12 year old younger sister gets involved with a 17 year old cadet who stole drugs from a corrupt official. This is an excellently crafted crime drama whose shocking, disturbing and brutal elements are tastefully done and does not feel at all exploitative. It's beautifully photographed and acted and its deliberate pace only serves to highlight the brutal violence (one scene in particular will make you cringe). It falls a bit short of true greatness but it's still a quite excellent cinematic depiction of the drug war and corruption in Mexico.

Alicia d (gb) wrote: Must watch! Very informative. Puts a lot of things into perspective.

Kristen M (us) wrote: I thought it a cute mush flick for the older crowd.

EpicLadySponge t (it) wrote: As expected, just another pointless movie focusing way too much on comedy.

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Great mob story and exceptional casting.

Todd M (jp) wrote: This one has a lot of action, it's great. I like all of the Y&D series.

Michael W (es) wrote: Researchers utilize a colleague's body and brain for Frankenstein experiments after he is killed in suspicious lab mishap. There is no gold watch and handshake when you leave this particular company. Enjouyed Maury Chakin's creepy turn as the friendly coworker and also the laughable finish in the museum.

Gwendoline N (br) wrote: Film trs r (C)ussi, intense et r (C)aliste!!!! A voir absolument.

Arturo S (ag) wrote: Nota: Debido a que la versin que vi de sta pelcula estuvo acompaada en vivo por el grupo mexicano Nine Rain; compositores de un soundtrack original que complementa perfectamente los temas y ritmo de la pelcula, que adems es dotada de an ms misticismo del que lograba la msica original; es posible que mi calificacin se vea afectada favorablemente. Que viva Mxico es ua pelcula muda dirigida por Sergei Eisenstein y que, por diversas razones, qued inconclusa; tanto un documental como una pelcula de ficcin, podra considerarse por momentos una crtica social, pero se sacude la etiqueta para contar una historia donde los protagonistas son solo distintas encarnaciones de lo que fue, es y ser el mexicano. La pelcula est dividida en un prlogo, tres episodios independientes (ms uno no grabado), y un eplogo. En el PRLOGO podemos ver un recuerdo del Mxico prehispnico, donde se nos muestra al mexicano adorador de la muerte, temeroso de ella y aferrado a su esencia sin posibilidad de cambiarla en ningn momento; es un inicio favorable debido a la calidad de las imgenes tomadas, reflejo impresionante de la tradicin mesoamericana. El primer episodio de la pelcula se llama SANDUNGA y presenta las tradiciones de las mujeres en edad de matrimonio que viven en el Istmo de Tehuantepec; narra la historia de una joven llamada Consuelo y su camino para llegar a ser la matriarca de su nuevo hogar; se nos muestra un lugar donde el tiempo es irrelevante y las tradiciones estn tan arraigadas que suplantan a la esperanza de transformacin. Entre el primer y segundo captulo podemos ver una de las escenas ms interesantes del filme, en 12 de diciembre cientos de indgenas suben un cerro de rodillas, algunos ms suben con cruces clavadas a cuestas y todo esto ante los ojos de los curas, convencidos de haber hecho bien su "siembra" de catolicismo entre la gente de su nueva colonia; pero es curioso el planteamiento que Eisenstein nos presenta, Ser que los indgenas hagan eso en honor a la virgen, o ser solo un nuevo nombre para el culto a su antigua diosa? el director sovitico se cuestiona una vez ms sobre que tan aferrada a las tradiciones del pasado es la gente de Mxico, que por ms sangre y destruccin permanecieron renuentes a cambiar. El segundo episodio se llama FIESTA y desarrolla la tradicin de la fiesta brava, este episodio presentaa una escena tcnicamente compleja desarrollada a la perfeccin, y compara el ofrecimiento del sacrificio del toro a la virgen de parte del torero con los antiguos sacrificios a la Madre de los Dioses, por lo tanto el mexicano ahora cambia, pero solo en apariencia porque en el fondo an es temeroso de la muerte . El tercero lleva por nombre MAGUEY y se desarrolla en una hacienda porfiriana, donde un pen trata de vengar la deshonra de su prometida y es ajusticiado junto con sus compaeros, en este captulo el protagonista se ofrece a s mismo, no duda en poner en riesgo la vida con tal de luchar por lo que le importa, por su ideal, esto es lo que llevara al siguiente episodio. La cuarta parte hablara sobre la revolucin y llevara el nombre de SOLDADERA, sin duda se continuara con la muestra del proceso de cambio que tiene el mexicano en su relacin con la muerte, este captulo no fue grabado. Todo se resume en el eplogo, donde se nos muestra los festejos del Da de Muertos, y vemos al mexicano sin mscaras, que ha evolucionado a lo largo de su historia y que ahora se burla de la muerte en lugar de temerle, es en escencia el mismo que le renda culto y que le ofreca sacrificios (incluso coexisten estas prcticas) pero el camino de su gente a lo largo de la historia le han dado la oportunidad de cambiar para continuar caminando. Una pelcula totalmente satisfactoria que, a pesar de no ser un documental en el sentido estricto, logra mostrarnos la compleja dualidad de la cultura mexicana, el corazn del pas mostrado sin tapujos y crtica social que no llega al regao. Que viva Mxico es una joya del cine mundial y una pelcula indispensable para quien gusta del buen cine, si bien es cierto que la pelcula es un logro de tres, es obvia la mano de Eisenstein sobre las de sus compaeros, la fotografa incluso es bien pensada aunque no totalmente realizada. La abuelita del cine mexicano, que enaltece a la cultura desde el pasado hasta el presente y que presenta caractersticas visuales y temticas que se conservaran hasta los aos 60's. ****1/2

Leon W (de) wrote: What this movie lacks in production quality and even acting/direction is made up for in content quality. It makes a pretty decent attempt and defining a black family of the 70's that was stretched across several extremes of social idealism. I've got to give it to them. I was tempted to give up on it several times but I'm glad I didn't cause by the end, not only did it make me think, but it left me with a warm feeling that is all to rare with movies of this era/genre.

John Eric D (gb) wrote: I remember as a kid when my father used me to buy a Betamax tape on this one. And that funky Enter the Dragon intro tune is just hardcore! Enter the Dragon made me became not just a Bruce Lee fan. But a martial arts fan in general. I can't imagine any other actor that can do Bruce Lee's charisma. I mean wow, just simply look at him. His incredible physique and talent as a leading actor. I would say, this film is so funky, with that 70's music style and that mixed up very well with the martial arts theme and the characterization. You can see in each other's martial arts abilities. This is 70's and some martial arts nor action fight scenes of today, are still imitating some of the well choreographed moves of Enter the Dragon. I used to love some of the characters such as Williams and that Afro guy Roper and their roles fits them so well. If you used to be a gamer and played Tekken. Now we're talking. In short, this Bruce Lee film made him not just a popular actor, but an Icon. And this film is Iconic. 5 stars all the way!

Robert C (ca) wrote: Everything that I love about Bava films, all rolled into one moody (slightly cheesy) classic horror film. While there is nothing here (story wise) that will shock or disturb much of todays movie gowing audience, those who appreciate the "charms" of classic horror will no doubt be pleased. The psychedelic freak out scene (featuring Dr. Eswai) is realy quiet amazing and a testament to the grreat attention to visual styling and atmosphere of which Bava is one of the masters.

Art S (fr) wrote: One of my favourite films and one that I can watch annually (at Halloween) without it losing any of its fun. Director Jacques Tourneur was a graduate of the Val Lewton School of Horror film-making, where low budgets necessitated a greater use of shadowy implication rather than explicit or graphic horror (see Cat People or I Walked with a Zombie). Of course, fast forward to the late 1950s and producer interference forced Tourneur to actually show the Demon (which apparently he did not want to do) - but it makes no difference because the rest of the film is so successful in its spookiness. The plot sees Dana Andrews (who was making his mark as an ambiguous "hero" in late Fritz Lang films at the same time) as a sceptical scientific psychologist attending a conference in England (cue Stonehenge) with the aim of debunking the leader of a "devil cult" (played magnificently by Niall MacGinnis). In the process, Andrews gets a curse placed on him, giving him just 3 days "time allowed" before the demon is to strike. Andrews starts to slowly lose his grip, but is it the psychological pressure or an actual supernatural haunting that is bringing him to the edge? Along the way, we see a sance, hypnotism to regress someone back to the "night of the demon" (the original British title of the film), a mysterious windstorm at a Halloween party for kids (complete with scary clown), and of course the demon itself. To cap it all off, there is actual suspense, as we wonder whether Andrews can escape the curse, while the clock ticks down his time allowed.

Austin D (jp) wrote: The best 'Night at the Museum' yet.

Fong K (ca) wrote: Gloriously lensed and seething with erotic Indian mysticism, it is a fairly affecting tale about the tragic afflictions a young woman's amorous beauty brings upon herself and her kingdom.