It's Shakespeare in it's most stiff and black-and-white form; hard pass.
Reality is poised to unravel for some reason, and only a song can save it for some reason.
Nonsense, and also a terrible sequel-sendoff.
A large town has mysterious repeated incidents the residents try to figure out.
It starts strong but gets weak and weird. Recommended for people who like reality and time-related stuff.
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A misfit member of an organization of time travelers flubs a trip and yanks a kid from 1982 back in time.
It's an odd combination of brains and bubblegum; well-acted, fast-and-loose and interesting.
This doesn't even pass as a movie. Nothing happens and I don't care about anyone.
R-rated because of unnecessary sexuality and nudity; like what the fuck were they even thinking?
47 samurai are exiled when their master is framed, and vow revenge against those responsible.
A decent enough movie; watchable and forgettable.
Based on the story of the forty-seven rōnin. Kinda.
A crazy old man appears in a war-torn city to correct the misconceptions of the retelling of his adventures.
It's a great fluff fantasy movie. I didn't see it back in the day, so it has no nostalgia for me. Left with what it is at face value, I can't recommend it except for people who like the old 80s style of kids' practical effects fantasy movies. Think The Dark Crystal - (1982 movie) or The Neverending Story - (1984 movie).
A boy is abused, gets hit on the head, is institutionalized and has a daydream.
Raises the bar for acting with this character. A good movie, but definitely not traditional. Riveting without a particularly obvious thread. It could have been a whole lot better, but it would have needed to delve into the true and far darker roots of the main character; his mother, and you can't do that because she's a woman.
After watching this movie I just realized I didn't see the earlier one. Whoops.
A street urchin is adopted into royalty to become an unusual prince in the unusual circumstances of his day;
A bubblegum movie. Pretty and decently-engaging.
Properly titled Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
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A dying wizard impacts his power ring to a new green lantern to a random kid, to stop the seven deadly sins.