Fifty years of war between the Great Eastern Federation and Europa - now merged as Eurasia - have taken their toll on planet Earth. As a result of the use of biological, chemical and nuclear weapons, much of Earth has become uninhabitable and people have become prey to new diseases. Professor Azuma's "neo-cell" project, which is supposed to be the answer to mankind's hardships, becomes a nightmare come true when mutants spawned from the experiment escape and declare war on the human race. Azuma's son Tetsuya, who was killed during the previous war, is reborn into the cyborg Casshern as mankind's last hope against the new mutant threat. This live-action sci-fi movie based on a 1973 Japanese animé of the same name.
Rob J (us) wrote: A compelling account of the US involvement in the StuxNet virus
Andrew J (it) wrote: Whoopty-do - you created a whole movie without a text, where the entire conflict is in the subtext. So it's kind of a new form of film communication, and we have to respect it, even though it's so indulgently long and borrrring!
Inta K (gb) wrote: this was nice and interesting horror movie!
Meghan S (us) wrote: This was an okay movie, my nieces liked it a lot better then I did.
Shawn M (jp) wrote: Falling asleep in the theatre.
Sonny H (gb) wrote: An essential film for aspiring filmmakers. This film shows you how you should never make movies for profit and you should make movies because your passionate about the craft. The acting by Johnny Depp was just spell bounding and gives the best performance of his career. Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi was just spectacular and deserved his Best supporting actor Oscar. The film was shot in Black and white which gives the film an old feeling and makes you feel like your going back in time to watch a classic film.
Orlok W (es) wrote: 'Alien' model 1958--Dated campy fun!!
ole bjrn l (us) wrote: Good childhood movie.Still is