Hiroshima shitô hen

Hiroshima shitô hen

A young criminal joins a yakuza family to kill the gangsters who beat him up, but falls in love with his boss' widow niece, piling up enemies and corpses along his wayward way.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hitman,   yakuza,  

Repeatedly beat to a pulp by gamblers, cops, and gangsters, lone wolf Shoji Yamanaka (Kinya Kitaoji) finally finds a home as a Muraoka family hit man and falls in love with boss Muraoka's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eric H (es) wrote: This is a very interesting documentary with plenty of naughty and nice people giving their views on this little word.

David M (ru) wrote: A great cast gives great performances.

Paul D (fr) wrote: With just the slightest hint of Catch22 quirkiness, this modern take on the influence of foreign soliders in a small Eastern European village builds to quite a strong climax, but it is the various relationships that evolve in the meantime which is the film's greatest asset.

Panayiota K (es) wrote: Slow moving and full of cliches.

Bivo M (nl) wrote: If only I had a stool to sit on while I write this. I wish I could make my own stool. I would make one that was not too hard and not too soft. Okay, I'm sorry. I can't resist puns, and I can't resist this film. It is one of my most favorite Christopher Guest mockumentaries. It certainly has the most poop jokes. Whether the lives and dreams of a troupe of aspiring thespians from a small town in Missouri interests you or not, you'll get an eyeful of lovable moments. The actors fully embody unique, fully-formed subjects who are homespun, patriotic, heartwarming, and hilarious. I think this movie is the spiritual grandfather of tv's Parks and Recreation. Tagline: "You will drool at the splendor of these magic stools."

Tsukasa A (es) wrote: he French movie is directed by Luc Besson but it's a little slow to me.

Ayla T (kr) wrote: A rather pointless exercise. You're better off just renting the films it features and to be honest, you've probably already seen them.

Austin R (gb) wrote: Had never heard of it before. I saw Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman, and I wanted to see it. Both actors give great at performances, one of McQueen's best (but apparently forgotten). The score was beautiful, but I think what brought this film down for me was the pacing. Moments that would seem tense sometimes would lull. Another (great escape) story starring McQueen, but I think this one could do for a redo.

Damian B (kr) wrote: You could watch racing on tv with commentary... or you could watch this. The same thing, only this one doesn't have commentary. It has no real, actual story, just some more or less important dialog and a lot of racing. The idea itself isn't bad. The thing is, the execution isn't very good in my opinion. The race does get exciting at times, you are shown several aspects of racing but sometimes you get pointless shots or many many many reruns of a crash. First in normal time, then in slow motion, then again and again, then fast forwarded and again. They milk every remotely exciting moment as much as they can, and then some more. It seems like they couldn't get much more creative so they looked for every little thing that could fill up the time.To sum up, it's enjoyable at times but sometimes you have a feeling that the movie is lazy and kind of cheezy. This movie is for racing fans only.

Don S (ru) wrote: This past weekend Emma watched the Thunderbirds (2004) film with people and high tech. It was alright but brought back childhood memories of the original. I know I am aging myself now but this was great watching at age 5 in 66...

Sausages M (es) wrote: Whilst in many ways hilariously dated, Josef von Sternberg's historical drama is still entertaining stuff. Dietrich is no great actress but she was certainly iconic, and perfectly lit. And John Lodge is very convincing as her lover. In the end this is an interesting historical document on the kind of films being made for general consumption in the early post-silent era. In many ways, with the text exposition and long periods of largely exaggerated visual queues, it's almost a 'silent' film anyway. Worth seeing for the sets alone, this really is a film of its time. One last thing, an interesting parallel that occurred to me was that the lack of depth and over-reliance on technical detail was reminiscent of the kind of CGI entertainment to be found in popular cinema today.

Bob G (au) wrote: Who has a VHS player anymore? Was this movie written in 1984? Silly

Daniel R (nl) wrote: The absolute best American Gialllo!! David Keith is amazing. Too bad he doesn't get the recognition he deserves.

Paul D (kr) wrote: I found this enjoyable enough. The biggest problem with this is that Bobby Fischer isn't the most likable person, so it is kind of annoying to watch his journey unfold at times. Still, he was remarkable nonetheless and Tobey Maguire does a great job playing him. If you like biopics then this is worth watching at least once.

VJ H (au) wrote: It's not even convincing as a piece of fiction