Director Fumihiko Sori enters the Gate of Truth and shows us that transforming animation to live action can be just as horrific and dangerous as human transmutation.
Saiki Kusuo’s live-action film is just like his life: an absolute disaster.
In which nothing actually happens.
Miike’s JoJo film is entirely unnecessary but it’s lot of fanservicey fun nonetheless .
I look at Takashi Miike’s adaptation of the world-famous manga – for those who aren’t too familiar with it.
Hopefully they don’t come out with a Part Three. I think we’ve suffered enough.
Hayao Miyazaki’s first theatrical film is loaded with charm, wit and excitement.
Cuteness and abject horror combine once more in this sequel to the 1981 animated original
The first part of the Attack on Titan film adaptation is a disappointing affair that doesn’t work on any level.
Yatta! Yatta! Yatterman doesn't compromise in its quest to be as accurate an adaptation as possible, to both its benefit and its detriment.