A police officer leaves the force in the face of harrowing personal and professional difficulties. Spiraling into a depression, he makes questionable decisions.

Nishi (Takeshi Kitano) is a policeman is in a great torment by dint of his family with many chaoses. One day, he makes an important decision to leave his office to control his life better, which leads to unexpected circumstances. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Michael K (nl) wrote: Starts interessting before going into full boredom.The finale is a CGI-crapfest where the main character basicly just sees tapings of old murders. That is before the evil comic-book-like villian comes up with his "Ha ha ha, the whole movie was just a big weird setup to lure you here." AND END.

Joyjit G (gb) wrote: Nice watch... Great to see Bollywood rom coms 'get' it!

Dean B (jp) wrote: Good movie to gage the culture in Northern England during the early 70's. I never heard any of those songs growing up in New York and the dancing was totally different and fun to watch. I like the idea of dance clubs where kids could dance and party in the afternoon as well as evening.

Antonio T (ag) wrote: Llena de suspenso, tecnicamente impecable y una increible actuacion de Jessica Chastain llevan a este filme con tematica poco interesante y repetitiva a una experiencia muy disfrutable, el ritmo es extremo disparejo pero se compensa.

Michelle E (br) wrote: Hmmmm... What can you say about this? I fast forwarded through most of it.... I think this was some high school kid's video project.

Anthony N (nl) wrote: This movie was pretty bad. I actually cheered for the antagonist (Rob Corddry) on this one.

Miranda Z (br) wrote: Ridiculous, over-the-top fun that's crude and not all that funny, but fully embraces its absurdity with such gleeful spirit that you can't quite help enjoying the kind of people who do find this funny.

Omar T (it) wrote: Action packed, nice story, brilliant acting, nice 80's soundtrack. Another great British movie.

Bethany E (fr) wrote: Ever since I saw this when I was around 12 or 13 I have loved it ever since as a favorite movie of mine.

Natasha R (gb) wrote: I only have two words for this movie,,, Mother FUUUUUUUUUUUUUU..

Paul C (de) wrote: Where is the home stone! ...I'm only a pleasure slave :'(

Shawn M (de) wrote: This childhood film took me by surprise when I found on Instant Netflix so I decided to watch it. Sure it's corny and full of bad acting/ editing cuts, but it was a cliche of everything 80's. Forget Molly Ringwald, Jami Gertz is the true queen of the 80's!

The Critic (es) wrote: A surprisingly OK addition to cult favourite director Edward Wood's filmography that isn't as bad as one would think, but that doesn't mean it's very good either. Despite its many flaws - the acting is up there with some of the worst ever seen - 'Bride of the Monster' is quite fun to watch and bizarrely maintains a slight level of interest throughout. Followed by 'Plan 9 From Outer Space' (1958) and 'Night of the Ghouls' (1959).

Cory W (de) wrote: After seeing "High Noon", this is on my list!

Grant S (nl) wrote: The story of Ray Charles, music legend. Told in his adult live with flashbacks to his youth we see his humble origins in Florida, his turbulent childhood which included losing his brother and then his sight, his rise as pianist in a touring band, his writing his own songs and running his own band and then stardom. We also see his addiction to drugs and its affect on his working life and family life.Great biopic. Tells the Ray Charles story well and demonstrates his influence on musical history. Also shows his demons and how he overcame them.Quite emotional too: we see how, once he had lost his sight, his mother forced him to be self-reliant and how this paid off for him in later life.Superb performance by Jamie Foxx in the lead role. The movie could easily have been a standard blow-by-blow account of the Ray Charles story but Foxx inhabits his character and captures his mannerisms and personality very well. Even more impressive in that he is a sighted man, playing a blind man. Foxx deserved his Best Actor Oscar.

Leonardo Malacay S (es) wrote: Que gran historia,que buenas actuaciones, cine del de antes...