Two of Japan and China's greatest heroic swordsman find themselves caught in a plot to protect a young child. But will national distrust and simple misunderstanding keep the two kindred spirits apart? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zatoichi Meets the One-Armed Swordsman
Two of Japan and China's greatest heroic swordsman find themselves caught in a plot to protect a young child. But will national distrust and simple misunderstanding keep the two kindred spirits apart?
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Steve V (it) wrote: This movie is a hands-down TEN STARS and THE MOST-ENJOYABLE movie experience I've had in years.
Christian C (ca) wrote: One would think that a casting director for a film about dancing might want to hire actors who could act and dance. Not so, in this flimsy, straight-to-video dud. Although Jane Lynch has some enjoyable moments as the wicked stepmother, there's almost nothing recognizably "Cinderella" about this bit of teenage cotton candy. The story is thin and the characters far too shallow to maintain any interest. The film could have easily been entitled "Another Sleeping Beauty Story" because it will almost certainly put the audience into a deep, long snooze.
Alexandra E (de) wrote: A quirky little foreign film about a lovable chubby German fellow who loves Blues and Bluegrass
Leslie R (ag) wrote: Hi, Wow this movie was so good and the plot wow. I really like how this movie was made consider it has puppets thur out the whole movie in which don't take you long to get into it. It was interesting how the puppets had a baby too. I would of gave it five but some parts of the movie when they had a lot of puppets together it was a little confuse which one was what in it in which wasn't that many scenes. All in all if you want to see a different movie this one I would recommend.
Kyle B (jp) wrote: It's a cute animated movie that is just here to have fun. The cast is wonderful from Wanda Sykes, Nick Nolte, Gary Shandling, Steve Carell, Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Thomas Haden Church, and the always fabulous Allison Janney. It is gorgeous designed animation wise coming from a time animated movies like these weren't slapped with 3D and had practical designs that make this 2D movie look 3D. I liked this as kid and 9 years later, I have the same opinion pretty much.
James O (it) wrote: RawHead rex is a great film that almos never gets he respect it so rightfully deserves. I believe it was the first film to be made that was based on a Clive Barker story (from the Books of Blood Vol. 3) and Barker even wrote the screenplay. The writing and acting are surprisingly good, but then again, this was made by Empire Pictures, who have released some of the most well-made low budget movies ever. The one thing I dislike is how Rawhead Rex looks. For an example of this, remember the Giant Claw? Rawhead Rex has the same thing going for him. he's pretty cool, in a ridiculous sort of way. I was amazed at how well it follows the chain of events in the story, even though some of the characters' names have changed, and they added a scene where Rawhead terrorizes the residents of a trailer park. I's all bloody good fun, even if the ending is extremely stereotypical.
Chris E (kr) wrote: A definite improvment over 'Nice Dreams', though not quite on par with 'Next Movie' or 'Up in Smoke', this is a decent comedy with several great moments. Cheech & Chong as arabs are pretty darn funny, and while not a classic, this is an enertaining and above-average little film.
Andrew M (es) wrote: It's a bit disappointing that the most revolutionary rock band in history is only capable of producing, at least in the hands of Julie Taymor, a jukebox musical that feels anything but. There is plenty to like here, of course: Evan Rachel Wood and Jim Sturgess are both charming and work together well for the romance their characters share, and Taymor at least has a nice eye for visuals, crafting a style that really harkens back to The Beatles' psychedelic Magical Mystery Tour days. Lots of the song renditions, many of which opt for different tones than the original tracks, are impressively choreographed and sung (With a Little Help From My Friends gets a rousing college dorm based performance); conversely, some renditions just feel flat in comparison (a football themed rendition of I Wanna Hold Your Hand is dull and lacks the pop charm of the original song). Between this lack of consistency and the meandering plot that has perhaps one too many subplots, the film sometimes feels a lot longer than it is, and at a 130 minute runtime, that's sometimes problematic. Any fan of The Beatles, new or old, will surely find something to admire with this look back at their lasting impact and discography, but there are just too many little hiccups to make this completely accessible and completely enjoyable for anyone other than die hard fans.
Robert S (ca) wrote: A classic, great performances and a solid story.
Stanley K (ru) wrote: Hideous waste of time and talent. Everything that can go wrong went wrong and how.