R15+(For more than 15 years old)
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Joel Silver Andrew Rona Alex Heineman Henning Molfenter Richard Mirisch Adam Kuhn Ethan Erwin Stephen Bender
Steve Richards Sue Baden-Powell Daniel Alter Sebastian Neitsch Sue Baden-Powell
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David H. Rapaport
|Japan Released:2013/07/03(Wed) |
Outside Japan :Released:2012/08/24
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2013/11/07 Bad(-1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 怪盗乱馬 (Skip) Provider: 15848 Host:15946 Browser: 2907(Mobile)
I like what I'm doing and there are unexpected and interesting parts, but the story was a little stupid and the content was a little Gudaguda.
The explanation of the side was somewhat ambiguous why he took possession of the hero or why he did the act of calling the second spirit, and the explanation of the neighborhood was ambiguous, and there is nothing any connection or meaning even from the punchline so be sure to do it properly I feel like I got a feeling.
I know what I'm trying to do but I could not put it together in an atmosphere alone.
It was good up to the scientific explanation of the spirit, but it became a work whose meaning is unknown since there is no connection with the content as to what the meaning of the old picture or what happened to the woman sucked in Oops.
Feeling that it is only a work that will not lead to solution for a long time, it just hurts or just being tossed by the spirit.
Those who finished being saved by last such things may have managed somehow and may have been tied, but it seems that it was appropriate until the end or was put in a way to end it properly, the audience Is left behind.