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In 1844, samurai Sinzaemon Shimada (Koji Yakusho) is chosen to assassinate the sadistic sociopath Lord Naritsugu (Goro Inagaki), who likes to cut off the arms and legs of his female companions when he's through with them. For the good of the nation, Naritsugu must be killed before he advances to a more powerful position and leads the country to war. Shimada finds 11 volunteers for this dangerous mission. On the road, they meet the 13th team member, the gleeful, half-mad hunter Koyata Kiga (Yusuke Iseya). Then comes the final battle, in which the assassins attack the evil warlord and his seemingly endless run of guards. Can anyone survive this onslaught?
Based on the popular video game: A man (Michael Fassbender) is persuaded to embark in a program that will allow him to connect with his ancestors from 1492 in order to track down an item that is thought to contain the secret by which violence among humans can be eliminated. Also with Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Charlotte Rampling, Michael Kenneth Williams, Denis Ménochet, Ariane Labed, Khalid Abdalla and Essie Davis. Directed by Justin Kurzel. Several lines of dialogue are in Spanish with English subtitles. [2:20]
OpenCritic holds an aggregate score of 81/100 for all three platforms. The site summarizes Ace Combat 7 as having refined gameplay and smooth controls but hampered by a complicated narrative, though it explains that it's "just another reason why this is a return to form." Jason Rodriguez for PC Invasion rated the PC version 4.5/5, praising the core gameplay and presentation while finding the story "tacked on, with unnecessary twists and uninspiring characters." Rodriguez also found the missions to be linear and repetitive, a view that Ollie Barder for Forbes disagreed with, finding "a lot of variety" across the game's 20 missions. Barder rated the PS4 version 9/10, but mentioned he "found the Japanese audio coupled with English subtitles a more compelling way to appreciate the story". A French Naval Aviation consultant, Pierre-Henri "Ate" Chuet, was impressed with the game's portrayal of detailed briefings and the accuracy of the Rafale M, his former aircraft. TheGamer's Sean Murray praised Ace Combat 7 for focusing on a robust single-player experience and avoiding the pitfalls of microtransactions and live services. Gameranx's Kevin Thielenhaus singled out "Daredevil" as one of the best original gaming tracks in 2019.
I know some Tenchu elite will complain about the voice work -- specifically that they can't revert to the original Japanese with English subtitles -- but this is a non-issue for me because the English dubs are good and believable, even if some seasoned Japanese warriors occasionally bust out Harry Potter-style accents. The bigger issue is that some enemies repeat dialog endlessly as they search for your hiding characters. Meanwhile, the game boasts a great PSP soundtrack. Not only is the music beautifully composed using a variety of traditional flute and string-based instruments, but it's crystal clear and triumphantly sets the mood for the stages that Rikimaru and Ayame progress through. My only complaint with regard to the soundtrack is that the development team has overused songs, repeating them often across multiple levels.
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Double agent duplicity has the British, Soviets and SPECTRE all playing off one another, with a Soviet decoder as the prize and Sean Connery's Bond the target of multiple assassins, from Istanbul to Venice aboard the Orient Express. The opening,pre-title action sequence would go on to became a series hallmark. Featuring the first appearance of beloved series mainstay Desmond Llewelyn as the equipment officer "Q" (Major Boothroyd), and the first of many Bond scores by John Barry. DIR Terence Young; SCR Richard Maibaum, from the novel by Ian Fleming; PROD Albert R. Broccoli, Harry Saltzman. UK, 1963, color, 115 min. RATED PGSat, Jul 28, 7:00; Tue, Jul 31, 7:00
Roger Moore's best Bond film, with perhaps the franchise's greatest opening action sequence as Bond battles Soviet assassins on the ski slopes of the Austrian Alps, finally parachuting off a precipice. Bond teams with beautiful KGB agent Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) to investigate a missing submarine mystery that leads from the deserts of Egypt to beneath the waves in the Bahamas. Featuring the first appearance of fan-favorite Richard Kiel as Jaws, the indestructible metal-toothedgiant; the Lotus Esprit sports car-submersible; and Carly Simon's "Nobody Does It Better" theme song. DIR Lewis Gilbert; SCR Christopher Wood, Richard Maibaum, from characters created by Ian Fleming; PROD Albert R. Broccoli. UK, 1977, color, 125 min. RATED PGSat, Sep 1, 4:15; Sun, Sep 2, 6:00
After a close call crossing the French border, anti-Franco operative Yves Montand begins to question the cause to which he has devoted nearly three decades of his life, his lifetime of revolution having produced little more than a now middle-aged revolutionary. Back in Paris, he merely goes through the motions of sedition-sowing, finding the charms of both Geneviève Bujold and Ingrid Thulin more intriguing. Alain Resnais' New Wave classic is both a moody, existential thriller and a thought-provoking meditation on memory, commitment and faith. 1967 Oscar nominee, Best Screenplay; NY Film Critics Circle Award winner, Best Foreign Language Film. DIR Alain Resnais; SCR Jorge Semprún; PROD Anatole Dauman, Gisèle Rebillon, Catherine Winter. France/Sweden, 1966, b&w, 121 min. In French and Spanish with English subtitles. Digital presentation. NOT RATEDSun, Aug 26, 6:30; Mon, Aug 27, 7:00
Before the Oscar-winning THE ARTIST, writer-director Michel Hazanavicius and stars Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo teamed up on this witty spy spoof. It's 1955, and cocky, clueless French agent Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath, aka OSS117 (Dujardin) is dispatched to Cairo to burnish France's colonial relationships and stabilize the Suez Canal situation. History tells how well that part went, but he does succeed in routing out a clandestine Nazi organization and romancingexotic beauty Larmina El Akmar Betouche (Bejo). DIR/SCR Michel Hazanavicius; SCR Jean-François Halin; PROD Eric Altmeyer, Nicolas Altmeyer. France, 2006, color, 99 min. In French with English subtitles. NOT RATEDFri, Sep 7, 9:45; Sat, Sep 8, 8:10; Wed, Sep 12, 7:00
Best Foreign Language Film, 2007 Academy Awards; Best Film, Screenplay and Actor, European Film Awards; seven German Film Awards. East Germany, 1984: the 100,000 employees of the Stasi and its larger network of informers control the population through intimidation and pervasive surveillance. Company man Ulrich Mühe accepts an assignment to spy on playwright Sebastian Koch, who is loyal to the socialist ideals of the state but is thought to be "too clean" by Mühe's superiors. Mühe finds nothing on Koch, but slowly becomes absorbed by the domestic drama playing out between Koch and actress girlfriend Martina Gedeck. When his bosses' ulterior motives come to light and the assignment becomes more complex, Mühe finds his loyaltieschallenged. DIR/SCR Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck; PROD Quirin Berg, Max Wiedemann. Germany, 2006, color, 137 min. In German with English subtitles. RATED RSun, Sep 16, 8:20; Wed, Sep 19, 7:00
Based on true events. 1981: After a decade of détente, US-Soviet relations hit a new low under Brezhnev's faltering leadership and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Moscow-based French businessman Pierre Froment (Guillaume Canet) gets chatted up by KGB man Gregoriev (Emir Kusturica); soon the disenchanted Gregoriev is passing sensitive documents on the Soviet's American spy network to Froment, urging him to get the info to the West. Christian Carion's intelligent, human-scale thriller brings new light to a fascinating chapter in the later stages of the Cold War. With Alexandra Maria Lara, Willem Dafoe, Fred Ward, Dina Korzun and Diane Kruger. DIR/SCR Christian Carion; SCR Eric Raynaud, from the book "Bonjour Farewell: La vérité sur la taupe française du KGB" by Serguei Kostine; PROD Philippe Boeffard, Bertrand Faivre, Christophe Rossignon. France, 2009, color, 113 min. In English, French and Russian with English subtitles. NOT RATEDFri, Sep 14, 7:00; Tue, Sep 18, 6:45