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Watery eyes throughout the whole movie. Shows a man with amazingly strong principles and beliefs!
This movie is amazing and shows a person who not only defended his principles, but never changed in the slightest, never got influenced by others, saved his beliefs, never doubted God.
I have and had certain strong principles, but as the time goes on, you might change them or make them weaker. This happened to me, for example, I didn't really drink alcohol, but when I found a girl I liked, I started to drink some wine, not much though. Maybe the difference is that in my case love, one of the strongest emotions, made me change slightly, so it's hard to resist, while in his case there was no love, but he had his principles and his goals which were very important. Maybe that means he was even stronger than love because he had to leave his girl? In any case, that is absolutely incredible.
This guy reminds me a lot of me, except he's even stronger than me.
There is a lot of blood and violence in this movie, but I had the time to look away, so I didn't see too much gross things.
This movie was very emotional, and I had tears on my eyes and tension throughout the whole movie, not just here and there like it is in some movies. It was very interesting and thanks God for all he does.
It is interesting that in war people still save their faith in God and maybe even become stronger, even though you might think that seeing all these torn bodies, torn humans which look like simple organisms might make you think that there's no God, but it seems that's not the case. People's faith becomes even stronger in war. For example like everyone wanted Desmond to pray in the end.
Also it seems like a lot of people believe in God one way or another.
I recommend this movie to everyone.
A review for the anime, not movie.
Invaluable anime. Very motivating and enlightening. Many lessons!
This is amazing anime with absolutely amazing character development and story. These two things are extremely good and I have never seen such good character development anywhere else.
1. Personality development throughout life. And everyone has their own reasons why they do something. The character development is absolutely amazing here. This anime shows the journey of many characters, how they changed and most importantly of all - *why they changed*. It is really amazing. Watching this character development taught me a lot about real life as well. Everyone has their reasons for what they do. It doesn't matter how crazy or bad the person is. If they did it there has to be a reason why they did it. You only need to understand them, ask questions and you will figure out why something happened. It can take some time, but you will understand them. Naruto Shippuden has amazing characters who changed extremely a lot throughout their life and the most amazing thing is that it is quite realistic change, you actually believe human can change like that, that's the way it's portrayed.
2. Life is full of PAIN and the root cause is egoism. Some people ask "If God exists why there's so many problems, violence and sadness in this world?". When I was at church I heard a sermon about that from book of Amos that people are the cause of this. But after watching this anime and listening to Pain I totally understand why there's so much hatred. Look at our world. Think of any problem and you will see that it is related to humans. Wars, poverty, increasing number of people with depression every year, even things like global warming - all are created by humans. And the reason is egoism. We rarely care about anyone else, only about ourselves. We don't want to understand others and there is no mutual understanding. But Naruto did want to create a world with mutual understanding no matter what. And again it is very interesting that in order to start fixing this problem and fix humanity we need to respect others and care about them and in order to do that we need to love our neighbor like we love ourselves. That is exactly what Christianity teaches, so it seems the only way to fix egoistic human nature is through God. Ironically, God is the only way people can stop being egoists and actually fix humanity. So, it is exactly without God that these problems exist. Unfortunately, I don't think people will ever change and I don't really have faith in humanity as a whole, but I do have faith in individual people and that people change, as could be seen in Naruto and how I wrote in point 1.
3. Work hard, much harder than others. Pretty much everything is possible if you work hard! Naruto never, ever gave up. He always worked hard and did it pretty much everyday, but still had time for fun and relaxation on some days. By working hard everyday he became better than anyone else. If something is hard it doesn't mean you're not good enough for it. It means you need to practice a lot and you will become better. As a child Naruto could hardly perform a clone jutsu, but hard work payed off and he became an expert at shadow clone jutsu and after massive amount of work became the strongest Shinobi in the world.
4. Building life first, women later. Naruto always had correct priorities. Even though he was interested in girls, his goal was to become stronger, to save Sasuke and to find the method to create a peace in the world and mutual understanding. When Sakura pretended to love him he didn't get carried away and instantly rejected her, because saving Sasuke was more important to him than being in relationship with her. Naruto got married only after he finished all of big tasks in his life (and pretty much was ready to be accepted by people as Hokage). You have to work hard first and build your life and think about a relationship later.
This movie has everything!
This movie has amazing action moments, dramatic moments, funny, sad, unexpected. It was great to watch.
This is definitely another MI movie and it's the same Ethan Hunt, it doesn't feel different, it's a great continuation. This movie has a crazy amount of stunts and action scenes and a very small amount of CGI (mainly weather effects and gunshots). All stunts are real and you definitely worry for the hero because you know he had to do all of that for real. Interesting point is that there were 2 big actions scenes which didn't have any music and it definitely felt different and I noticed that. This movie definitely feels different and it was amazing to watch it, I had a lot of great emotions. Tom Cruise is as always amazing, the amount of work and risk he put into this movie is more than most actors do in their entire career. He's definitely an example for other actors and hopefully more actors will start making movies with a similar dedication. I watched this movie in 4DX format and it made it even more realistic, I definitely recommend it. After that I watched it twice more in 2D.
This movie has really a lot of stunts. Amazing halo jump scene, fighting scene, shooting scene, motorbike chase scene, car chase scene, amazing intense TC running scene, helicopter chase scene... It's absolutely amazing stunts and all done with no CGI and 100% Tom Cruise!
This movie has many events happening, some unexpected turns. The story is interesting. The CGI might not be as good as in Marvel movies, but interesting plot replaces that. Gerard Butler is in his style of acting, not very different from other movies (which is good for fans who just want to see more of regular Gerard Butler). This movie also has emotional moments and I almost shed a tear at the ending. Yes, this movie does have some cliches, but at least they are mixed with new things, so that's fine.
Austin Powers movies are really stupid with ridiculous and simple humor. However, it works! Also, I'm really surprised that Russian dub of this movie is actually really good and I don't think the movie loses any of it's charm. This is a good movie if you want to turn off your brain for 90 minutes.