The main character is a man from the WW2 generation who has lost his dreams in post-war Japan. While working as a cook in a restaurant he also earns some money as a contract killer. He ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The main character is a man from the WW2 generation who has lost his dreams in post-war Japan. While working as a cook in a restaurant he also earns some money as a contract killer. He ...
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Matt C (ru) wrote: I didn't realise this was from the director of 'Shrooms' and if I'd known I would have been far more prepared to give it a wide berth. It's basically like watching a spooky episode of Holby City. Except this week in Holby they've decided that although it's clearly filmed in the UK they're going to populate it with D List US actors and ask all the Brits to try horrendously bad US accents to pretend it's set in the States.
Luke J (it) wrote: Smart and quirky. From such a strange plot line came a pleasant film.
Si F (es) wrote: I like independent films on the whole, they often have an arty quality to them, a hidden message to try and decipher, written between the linesNot in this case, a relatively good script was murdered by hammy acting. I have been to school plays with better displays of skill. It is always a good idea that the actor/actress understands what the lines they have learnt actually mean, otherwise you end up sounding like a robot reciting random words in a string of semi-conciousness.
Tim M (kr) wrote: The kids in 'Jesus Camp' aren't dumb, they're frustratingly indoctrinated into a religion. In this case, Evangelicals, who use their beliefs to also form political opinions. This is the best way the poor and middle class are controlled by the elite. When you get well informed people who are actually smart, you have to take into account they could be informed poorly or differently. The filmmakers take an in-depth look into just how youth are informed poorly.
Bill B (es) wrote: Another fairly blah slasher flick, though this one at least has a few boobs to recommend it, but not by much. The DVD is made slightly more palatable by the Joe Bob Briggs commentary, which dishes out much info about a bunch of folks who I would imagine are largely forgotten by the cinematic world, except for director Roberta Findlay. Her, I'd at least heard of before.It might be worth a rental for Joe Bob, otherwise you can probably pass.
Elise M (it) wrote: Entertaining, but too much lip syncing by all involved, and far too much fake cher. Plot barely held together.
Brandon R (nl) wrote: How could a movie called Die Monster Die possibly be horrendous? Well, I will tell you. Cheesy acting, corny special effects, and a silly premise make this movie one to swiftly forget. It doesn't matter that it was made in 1965 because plenty of movie came out before then that managed to scare the shit out of people. A film's age should have nothing to do with how despicable it is. Themes and fears are universal.
Marisa M (gb) wrote: There's just something special about this one.