Confessions of a Dog

Confessions of a Dog

Takeda (Shun Sugata) is an honest police officer, father and husband, but after he’s promoted to detective he quickly becomes embroiled in dirty back room dealings, blackmail, and corruption that goes right to the top of the force. Meanwhile renegade investigator Kusama (Junichi Kawamoto) must decide whether he should shake the foundations of Japanese law enforcement with the information that has come into his possession about the police. What will happen if both these men listen to their consciences?

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harbans S (ca) wrote: kirti has a better future then tiger shroff. Tiger shroff need to learn more frequent hindi.over all praksh raj is good........

Caroline E (ag) wrote: A wonderful, eye-opening film that investigates the motives behind Christian fund-raising. A wonderful movie for Christians and non-Christians alike!

Arturo Z (it) wrote: A great reminder of how amazing Calvin & Hobbes is.

Josh A (ag) wrote: Seriously low budget, and there isn't a whole lot to it. Moderately funny at times, but easily forgettable.

Chris L (it) wrote: meh, cheap and mildly entertaining. For zombie/ low budget fans only

Facebook U (es) wrote: For those of you who know me, you know I'm a big anime fan, and one of my favorite series is Cowboy Bebop. Cowboy Bebop is what I like to call The Godfather of anime. Just like The Godfather showed gangster dramas could be more than just pulpy entertainment, Cowboy Bebop showed anime could be thought provoking, stylish, and down right tear jerking, and Cowboy Bebop: the Movie, is more than worthy than being associated with the series. It delivers all the slick action, cool dialogue, and thought provoking themes of the series in a 2 hour time slot. Another cool thing about the film is the fact that even if you haven't seen the show, you can still enjoy it. It's a film for just about anyone, but I'd still recommend watching the series first. Set between episodes 22 and 23, this film follows the crew of the Bebop as they try to uncover the true behind a series of mysterious bombing on civilian areas. It may sound basic, but it gets a lot more complex than that. Basically telling you anymore would spoil the film. I do feel some areas of the film are a little heavy handed though, but it's not enough to take away from the overall experience. Fans of anime will love it, and those newer to the genre should find enjoyment as well.

Robert S (de) wrote: My of my favorite of all time.

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Ben C (ru) wrote: An emotional, colourful and tragic reimagining of King Lear, Akira Kurosawa's supposedly last epic is one of his greatest. With a great use of colour (especially red), direction as if it was gifted from the gods, and a believable performance from the main actor Tatsuya Nakadai - playing a character that has drifted apart from the world mentally, this film has to be a must see for fans of war films, period films, and even if you're a fan of AK's work.

Matthew S (it) wrote: Although it has some good performances (even Kristen Stewart), I guess I missed the point.

Kieran F (kr) wrote: This movie tries so hard to be like The Big Lebowski but fails completly

Collin R (es) wrote: Simply one of the greatest movies ever. A stellar cast and a story about family loyalty and betrayal.