Heaven and Earth

Heaven and Earth

Warlords Kagetora and Takeda each wish to prevent the other from gaining hegemony in feudal Japan. The two samurai leaders pursue one another across the countryside, engaging in massive battles of cavalry and infantry. Younger and less brutal, Kagetora must find the strength to be as brutal as his opponent, but at what cost?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:English,Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:japan,   cult film,   flute,  

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Heaven and Earth torrent reviews

Joselyn S (mx) wrote: To me it was a diffrent story to the omen I found the movie really good better than the omen because David talks more shows more of him then damian

Lisa N (kr) wrote: Enjoyable and sweet movie. The book was so incredible, hard to compare.

Josh X H (fr) wrote: Only a bad movie could make Dave Chappelle NOT funny.

Kevin B (br) wrote: Two stars is charitable, and only earned by the so-bad-it's-good-ness. No Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare (1987)!

Matt H (gb) wrote: Just nudged its way into my top ten. I would recommend this to everyone. It's a big beautiful epic in the lesser known front of WW1. Cultures, imperialism, mortality, and the idea of home all swept up in the course of world events. The music makes a simple ride through the desert into a sub story, and the cinematography finds a palette of colors in the desolation that gives it a characterization all its own. Give it a shot.

SV G (es) wrote: A peculiar movie for Douglas but an excellent performance that I totally enjoyed. Kim Novak was like a walking zombie in this and it's a shame that her performance was so bad against his that was so good. Good performances however by all else in the cast including Walter Maththau. The story of a successful architect with a beautiful wife and 2 children who would seemingly have it all - except he falls for a married woman he meets at his son's bus-stop (Novak) Age old story - nothing new here but for me it was about the performance by Dougals and totally enjoying the razzle-dazzle of the beautiful cars and costumes of 1960 in this film. Was a fun watch.

Harim K (gb) wrote: less action on the battlefield, more pushing around pieces on the table map which makes sense considering the title

Stephen S (us) wrote: Pretty good. The real problem here is the conviluted setup involving the first World War. This is honestly not necessary because it doesn't have much of an effect on the rest of the film, yet it takes up a good portion of the opening storyline. I don't like the last third of the movie too much, however. It becomes extremely predictable once the main character becomes a successful civil engineer. You can see the problem with his girlfriend coming miles away, as well as how he's going to get screwed over by the correctional system, and what he has to do in order to get out of the situation. All in all, it's a good film, but not as good as I've been told.

Jordan P (ag) wrote: With just enough gut-wrenching suspense to anchor the extensive spectacle of a giant monster smashing everything in sight, Cloverfield puts a clever spin on monster movie tropes with a refreshing found-footage perspective, a brisk pace and affecting performances from a terrific cast.

How Far I (ru) wrote: LOVE LOVE LOVE [ Favorite Movie! ]

Javier A (us) wrote: Now, why would anyone want to terrorise Doris Day?

Steve J (br) wrote: Decent early Cronenberg. Hampered by uneven performances and constraints of a clearly low budget. After a near-fatal motorcycle accident, Marilyn Chambers is subject to an experimental skin graft procedure (which actually predicts the use of stem cells by quite a number of years). For some reason Chambers develops a vaginal opening in her armpit. When she is sexually aroused a poisonous proboscis shoots from the opening, draining the human victim of the blood she now craves. The sting has the power to infect its recipient with a highly contagious form of rabies, and before long the city of Montreal, Quebec is overrun with frothing zombified lunatics who crave blood. Central conceit is actually confusing; this is one case where a bit of explanation may have helped sell the conflict. As it is, the idea is viscerally repulsive in the right way but basically incomprehensible and frankly kind of cheesy. That said, Cronenberg begins to show signs of improvement in crucial areas, but there was still a long way to go till the glory days of The Dead Zone, The Fly, and Dead Ringers. Elements of zombie invasion, apocalyptic themes, and social commentary predict Romero's Dawn of the Dead while being clearly influenced Romero's earlier Night of the Living Dead and The Crazies. Not a bad film for horror fans, but most others might as well steer clear as this film isn't likely to bring them around to the genre.

Michael S (nl) wrote: A slow burn of a movie that never reaches a boil. You keep waiting for a big jolt of energy, but it never comes. Sometimes keeping things too subtle is not the right approach.