Zatoichi: The Last
A blind master swordsman attempts to lead a quiet life with his wife but he is provoked back into battle.
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Christine C (ru) wrote: In LOVE with this film. The best I've seen in a while.
Nad S (br) wrote: Im gonna rate this high because Im a big fan of Brandon Routh! GAAAAAAH UR SO HANDSOME!
Rikki P (nl) wrote: Filmed without glitter or melodrama, Welcome to the Rileys is a beautiful picture of what it looks like for people to see past the surface in others. It leaned toward so much hope, but ended before it got all the way there, one can't help but wonder if they meant to do that...
Elenor S (es) wrote: It wasnt good at all
Greg S (us) wrote: If you just take out the swearing and the brief nudity, this could have been an episode of Captain Power.It was definitely shot for the small screen and not the big screen. Just felt cramped to watch.And why does everyone speak with a slight Montreal accent? Oh right, that's where it was made.If given a bit more investment in production values, like acting and directing, then it would have been much better.The effects were passable.
Taylor W (ca) wrote: It would've been better if it took itself seriously
Evyatar W (us) wrote: This is my favorite film of all time.
Carl S (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time. I love how they explore freshman year from many different perspectives.
Kym B (gb) wrote: This is by far one of the best ensemble movies I've ever seen. It stands the test of time and is appropriate for viewers of most ages. Being an avid Robert Downey Jr. fan, I have to say I think this is one of, if not the best role he's played.
Michael O (br) wrote: So REAL & GROUNDBREAKING...the first of it's kind to show the gay community as real people, not stereotypes...
Heidi K (kr) wrote: I had to watch it for my independent studies Philosophy class, and I thought it was okay (better than some movies I had to watch for that class). I would probably watch it again, but no more than that.
Clapperboard Y (it) wrote: Tron is by-no-means a masterpeice, but it's a good film that can be seen in a new light compared to other sci-fi movies. The effects and digital worlds have certainly dated, but it does better with it's characters and intriguing plot which keep the movie mostly strong.
Stefan G (mx) wrote: To put it bluntly, this is one of the worst movies I've had the misfortune of seeing. This time, I didn't have any positive expectations. At best, I expected it to be so bad that it's actually funny, but this movie is so bad that it really is bad. Honestly, what can I say about this movie that isn't howlingly obvious? The story is shockingly ludicrous and terrible, the characters are stupid and forgettable, and the special effects are below sub-par. If that wasn't bad enough, this seems to remind me of another ridiculously terrible movie with a nonsensical, "The Giant Claw". Seriously, the similarities between this and The Giant Claw are frightening. It's almost as though this movie was The Giant Claw for the 2000's. The only difference I can think of is that they at least tried with the production values. I don't have much else to say about this movie, other than the fact that it's nothing but a putrid waste of time that I wouldn't wish on my worst enemies.
Erin D (gb) wrote: i liked this, it was sweet and clever
Moriah F (fr) wrote: Legitimately creepy.