Boiling Point

Boiling Point

Masaki, a baseball player and gas-station attendant, gets into trouble with the local Yakuza and goes to Okinawa to get a gun to defend himself. There he meets Uehara, a tough gangster, who is in serious debt to the yakuza and planning revenge.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prostitute,   rape,   guilt,  

Two disquieted junior baseball players seek revenge on the local yakuza for attacking their coach. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Boiling Point torrent reviews

Frank Santos C (nl) wrote: Nice animation movie. Good to see Supergirl, but nothing extraordinary. Just OK.

Marina V (br) wrote: I loved so many parts of this moviewhen you stir the soup, stir the soup

Van N (us) wrote: It sucked! Movies from the 60's and 70's are better! I wasted 1 dollar for a very low quality movie!

Stevie W (mx) wrote: A remarkable documentry which depicts homeless children living in a subway of Bucharest. Distressing,disheartening and candidly told.Tragic to say the least :(

Alex S (mx) wrote: modern classic, gritty and engaging, so un-bollywood. Must see. For me, the reason behind the reputation of RGV.

Roy C (es) wrote: Am I watching a sequel or a shampoo commercial?

Tanner B (au) wrote: -IGNORE THIS "OUT OF FIVE" RATING0/4Abysmal, disappointing sequel. Same "plot" as before, except this time Bronson's in Los Angeles. One of Charlie's worst, and lacking in any story or artistry whatsoever makes this offensive even to people looking for a bad movie.

Edward K (nl) wrote: This is my first Alexander Kluge film and I'm glad that I had the opportunity to view it. It has that gritty urban feeling that many of us can associate with the middle Cold War. Filmed in B&W maintains that feel and allows us to concentrate of the protagonist's character and her emotional response to her environment. I'm beginning to believe that color actually degrade the film's quality, if it's there in the first place, and may actually hide a multitude of faults.

Connor G (us) wrote: Cute and entertaining, not too surprising from the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire.

ric I (nl) wrote: Disney's collection of "package features," all four of them, suffer from harsh reputations that they do not deserve. Often disregarded as undesirable and not worth one's time, "Make Mine Music" is a fine collection of segments in which modern pieces of music are blended with synchronized animation, in the style of the classic "Fantasia." Some of these segments, such as the lovely "Blue Bayou" and "Two Silhouettes" are simply excellent bits of spectacle for one's senses, while "Peter and the Wolf," "Casey at the Bat", "Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet" and "The Martins and the Coys" (which was shamelessly edited out of the 2000 DVD) offer fun musical narration. "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met" is the tragic story of an ambitious sperm whale, and is the number that closes this fantastic first showcase (the second one being "Melody Time"). Though budget costs did not allow the production of a full-length feature, the technical aspects of these segments do not appear to have suffered, as they feature lively and well-done animation, reaching the (somewhat lower) standards set by 1941's "Dumbo." No doubt, my top choice for the 'package' features.

Joseph L (ru) wrote: Great performances all the way around. David Tennant did an amazing job as Hamlet and Patrick Stewart again showed how great an actor he really is. The Bard would be proud.

Brian B (kr) wrote: This movie..if you can even call it that was the biggest B movie piece of crap...What a joke..Wesley Snipes really lost it all when he became a felon...

Richard H (us) wrote: Pretty good....too many flashbacks