AKB48Fan's Profile - Rotten Tomatoes

Want-to-See Movies

Want-to-See TV

This user has no Want to See TV selections yet.

Rating History

The Legend (Fong Sai Yuk)
4 months ago via Flixster

Excellent Jet Li movie with it's mix of comedy and martial arts. The sequel is also well worth watching.

Flirting Scholar (Tang Bohu dian Qiuxiang)
4 months ago via Flixster

Stephen Chow can do no wrong in my eyes and this is another funny movie he made.

Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto
16 months ago via Flixster

The first in the Samurai Trilogy is a brilliant tale of a wild peasant orphan who after some trials and tribulations gets to become a samurai. A great storyline and beautiful cinematography add up to make a fantastic movie. Roll on Part 2!

A Summer In Genoa
2 years ago via Flixster

I have to say that this movie engaged me completely. I could feel deeply for all the characters. Of course if you want a plot, action and a resolution you won't find it here. But there is room for many different kinds of movies for different tastes. It was not so much a story as a picture of a family having to cope with the aftermath of the tragic death of their wife/mother. Any neat resolution would have been unrealistic. The fact that it showed domestic scenes was the whole point really. Everyday life has to go on, despite the pain of loss. The city of Genoa, with its maze of alleys and slightly threatening feel, as well as its beauty, was a perfect backdrop, to a family emotionally adrift and lost, trying to find a way through their loss to some kind of normal life.I thought all the actors did a marvellous job, and were totally convincing in the way they related to each other and reacted to their situation. This was a perfect role for Colin Firth. He is able to convey so much emotionally, with great restraint and delicacy of touch. I can see why people might find thismovie boring but for me this was not the case. If you are interested in human relations, particularly family relations and grief, this is well worth seeing.

Ashes of Time Redux
3 years ago via Flixster

This movie is a good example of how to tell a simple story in a complex manner. The plot of "Ashes of Time" is fairly simple and comes down to two words: "love triangle". Because of those "love triangles" crossing stories, jealousy, hate and love are the main dynamics displayed by the characters. Ou-yang Feng lives in the desert, where he acts as middleman to various swordsmen and becomes the tool of destiny through which vengeance is achieved. Unfortunately "Ashes of Time" fails in telling these simple stories of love and hate. The director seems to be driven by a desire to make each frame of the film look like a painting. The movie is also quite boring and the action scenes dull. The swordfights are all in slow motion or freeze frame, and this becomes tiresome; many of the scenes are cut awkwardly. I can't fail the acting at all and the cinematography is gorgeous but it's not enough to save this movie. To be honest I hardly understood any of this movie.