A documentary that shows the production of Ran and discusses the film techniques of Kurosawa himself.

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Brandon T (de) wrote: fake ass Freddy Kruger

Brian B (gb) wrote: A definite highlight of the "folk horror" genre, this film is very unsettling on many levels. Even though I knew where it was going, it kept me interested and wanting to re-watch it.

LaMatra B (br) wrote: movie was sad..but it made realize the extent of some ppl's depravity

Mary O (jp) wrote: the movie is a little slow. The exploration of Melinda and her interactions and feelings with herself, her friends, classmates, family and the world make up for it. It's spot on.

Brody M (it) wrote: Great finish to the legendary series.

Chloe E (nl) wrote: Ok - Just the trailer made me cry

Naughtia N (br) wrote: Cheesy as hell! I saw this movie a long time ago and I still remember the scenes. Once you've seen this movie you'll always think of Clint Howard as the creepy Ice Cream man. He is perfect for this part but this is a low budget movie so the quality isn't really there.

John R (jp) wrote: 161111: I've wanted to watch this film for years but never found the time. Well, now I can say have. Bill (Alan Arkin) was my highlight. Strange film. Strange story. Ryder was weak, especially as an elderly person. So, now it's off the watch list and into the garage sale pile. Can't see myself ever taking the time again.

Curtis M (ag) wrote: Really good Body-snatching film. The corpse kind, where thugs steal dead bodies and sell them to medical schools, not the alien kind. Pain in the ass to find, but worth it.

Dave S (kr) wrote: Pretty but vague. Other reviews for this have suggested that the movie's biggest asset is the way it captures NYC, and I can't totally disagree but I have to wonder how much of an asset that really is - has any city been filmed more? Colleen Camp starts out irritating but quickly becomes endearing, the only no-nonsense character in an all nonsense movie.

Erik D (br) wrote: Charming and surprising. Watch it when you have nothing else to do.

Alice S (ru) wrote: A lightly neurotic Shiksa divorcee of a certain age falls in love with a twenty-something who turns out to be the ridiculously good-looking son of her very Jewish psychoanalyst. Really quite sweet and Annie Hall-esque, down to the bittersweet closing montage of Rafi and David's time together. The sprinkling of Jewishisms is more earnest (than in Allen fare) and contemporary with the Jewish hip hop soundtrack, and the mistaken identity plot is funny but not too embarrassing or uncomfortable. The moment of revelation isn't "Greek in scope"; it's quiet and stunned. Bryan Greenberg is just really, really, ridiculously good-looking, and Uma Thurman is charming in a way I haven't appreciated in the past. I love the scene with Morris having to hide in the closet, then being startled by the cat, then feeding the cat beer, then sneezing because he's allergic, and subsequently, giving himself away.