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Suits for the style of shooting but quite long.
I love the practical FX, I still don't know how David Cronenberg made it but I have to say, good acting, best animation sequences.
The way this film was made and shot, it suits for a low-budget classic by David Cronenberg between Crimes of the Future and The Dead Zone.
The special FX were good, the acting is quite okay but still, you can't go wrong with Spielberg except from Hook.
It is okay but I always get pissed off by every single film sequels.
Excellent story-line and I wished it should have more to it.
Kirsten Dunst doesn't suit for the 2nd English dub version. I hate English dubs.
Brilliant manga and a fantastic adaptation from Miyazaki.
Reminds me the first Spielberg film ever to be the worst.
Orson Welles appeared on-screen in this, wrote and directed the film when he was quite young, about 24 and a half. His first feature becomes a landmark of a masterpiece for the last 75 years ago. There must be a 75th Anniversary re-release of this film.
The movie looks very suitable for the album what the songs mean in this film. The band is popular, the album is popular and the film is not popular enough. I wish this was available on Blu-Ray.
The film was kind of better than the book
This was kind of weirdly filmed.
I loved this sequel. It gets dramatic at first and the battle ending it became a blood-action packed.
I loved the book better than the film. Stanley Kubrick gives his visions to lots of films he has done and made them so perfectly right.
I loved and enjoyed the manga. Looks iconic and inpressing.
One of the best but concentrational films between the books published later in 1997. A childhood film of mine but it's brilliant.
I loved the books, but the film should have been directed by Ridley Scott. If he did the project, it would have been an excellent move but Lynch who also did Twin Peaks, The Elephant Man, The Straight Story and Inland Empire, never read the book, didn't know the story and he was never interested in science-fiction at the time. So he did it badly. As for an adaptation, it gets a
I was amazed at all scenes with fantastic landscapes and quite a good English dub compared to the Japanese dub.
George Lucas who created the Star Wars saga, THX & Star Wars, both the same categories but very different from on and other.
It looks iconic for the first time I've watched it.