Inya, a heroine of the Philippine resistance against the Japanese during World War II, recalls events involving her husband Edilberto and their childhood friend Ignacio, a transvestite who,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aishite imasu (Mahal kita) 1941
Inya, a heroine of the Philippine resistance against the Japanese during World War II, recalls events involving her husband Edilberto and their childhood friend Ignacio, a transvestite who,...
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Malek M (ru) wrote: Vinnie Jones is the only thing that is good about this film. The story, the direction, the other actors. the production is terrible. Lucky Vinnie is a brilliant actor as i would of chucked my dvd player at my tv!!
Josh H (br) wrote: The next best Scooby-Doo movie
MissGory R (jp) wrote: A very Lovecraftian film, (and? if you also bought the limited Box set, you actually get a replicate plaque from the film) that takes religious orders and cloisters to the next level, Yes, Satanic, Blind Nuns. (and even a cameo from Richard Moll!) This is one of those fliks that you have to see in order to understand it, as it really is indescribable.
Dalton N (de) wrote: "Down By Law" is a lot slower and more distant than "Stranger than Paradise". Something is lacking in the characters that makes them pop with the usual angst that Jarmusch portrays in them. However there is a lot of good to take away from this one, it is artistically stunning and there are quite a few genuine moments where you get to know the characters well.
Ian C (kr) wrote: Decent Sci-Fi comedy. Major twitch off the cheer leader. The final shot cracked me up. Quality.
Richard H (ru) wrote: If you ever wanted to see Raquel take on a bull, then here's your chance. This movie changed my life.
Peter P (it) wrote: Ok concept, just not all that funny.
Matt A (us) wrote: This has been a real struggle to watch, not because of the harrowing scenes of the battle.... no, because never have I watched such a boring film. No disrespect to the actual people who were in that battle and sacrificed themselves in the line of duty, but this film is terrible. Apart from the battle scenes that are well staged and exciting enough, I found it hard to care for any of the characters as they all seemed to blend in to eachother. Big disappointment.
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Written and directed by John Herzfeld, (Two of a Kind (1983), 2 Days In The Valley (1996)), this thriller grew from a character in The Preppie Murder (1989), a TV movie Herzfeld directed, this character inspired the lead in this film, which is intended to be a dark satire on the media, but most of it is unintentionally funny, and it is a sleazy and dirty film which will leave it's viewers feeling very unclean indeed. It begins with Eastern European convicts Emil Slovak (Karel Roden) and Oleg Razgul (Oleg Taktarov) coming to New York to collect money from a bank heist they committed in Russia. While in New York, they steal a camcorder, and when their contact Milos Karlova (Vladimir Mashkov) admits he's spent the money, they kill him and film it, and they burn down the apartment to make it look like an accident. Arson investigator Jordy Warsaw (Edward Burns) and NYPD detective Eddie Flemming (Robert De Niro) arrive on the scene, and deduct it was no accident. Meanwhile, slimy TV news anchor Robert Hawkins (Kelsey Grammer) wants the video of the crime commiitted. There's too much going on in the film, and it jolts between storylines and it would have been boring if it had been a longer film. It could have benefited from a tighter, leaner script with more focus on the heroes and less on the nasty villains, who are loathsome. Plus, there's a shocker of a killing half way through which brings the film down.