Jingi naki tatakai: Dairi sensô

Jingi naki tatakai: Dairi sensô

Yakuza boss Shozo Hirono must choose his alliances carefully as the local gangster family affiliations prove themselves to be wildly unstable, causing gang conflicts to slowly escalate.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:119 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:evil man,   gang war,   hitman,  

The film is set in 1960, fifteen years after the end of the end of World War II. Shozo Hirono (Bunta Sugawara), the protagonist of the first film in the series, has managed to separate from the Yamamori family, create his own small family, and extend his circle of acquaintances. These new friendships include a powerful underboss of the Muraoka family, Noboru Uchimoto. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jingi naki tatakai: Dairi sensô torrent reviews

Peter M (it) wrote: No story here, just a series of debate footage interspersed with footage of driving in taxis, airports,etc. Its actually not dissimilar to the "Countdown" specials for big UFC/Boxing events. If you watch any Hitchens videos on you tube, the caliber of Wilson is far ahead of most of his usual opponents by some distance. The debate is lively and interesting at all times. A good knowledge of Christianity and Philosophy is a pre-requisite for watching this I suggest. Very intellectual, just about got my head around every argument but is well worth a few viewings to gain a deeper understanding.

Kristina W (gb) wrote: this was extremely depressing but incredibly realistic.

Andre P (jp) wrote: Corporations are people? Turns out, corporations have really weird sexual appetites.

Chris B (br) wrote: I knew little about Bill Withers and just maybe 3-4 of his hits...this was a terrific little documentary.

Carlos M (br) wrote: A disappointing effort that doesn't develop well the personalities of its three main characters and is unable to make us see what Lorca could possibly find so attractive in Pattinson's Dal. Besides, it suffers from irregular performances and some cheesy, embarrassing moments.

Vivian C (gb) wrote: A well-made film but really on the slow side - a typical style (I don't want to use the word mistake - let's just call it a style) of Taiwan cinema. Nothing is "obvious" and the symbolisms are EVERYWHERE. Certainly takes a lot to read into them. The acting is pretty aweful.

Clay B (mx) wrote: EMPIRE OF THE WOLVES (2005)

Ginose P (fr) wrote: Awesome. Pure awesome. Great acting, puppetry, plot, and one of the most bitchin' soundtracks of all time.

Giffy G (ag) wrote: Each piece of this movie was a cliche (gay guy loves straight guy, straight guy questions his sexuality, two cops fall in love on the job, close-minded people are confronted with their own homophobia, etc.), but put together the way they were, they worked in a surprisingly innovative way. The characters were flawed and likeable, the plot was well-paced, and the movie was not afraid to shy away from the issues it raised. Surprisingly good.

Yayo U (ag) wrote: If Kim Rossi Stuart was not in this film, I would not have watched it.

Jon N (mx) wrote: No lie this is probably up there in terms of 'Favorite Movies of All Time'.

Kim B (us) wrote: Personally I have a very tough time believing convicted criminal stories of innocence and police brutality. I have been around long enough to not only have a loved one who I would never imagine commit crimes and go to jail, but I've also been victim to different crimes myself. I watch a lot of jail shows and movies and almost all the time criminals are either bad people or ppl who make bad choices. I remember watching Making A Murderer and being one of the few ppl thinking it was bullshit and sure enough researched it to find out much of the incriminating evidence was left out of the documentary. This movie though for once does give me a belief that in some rare cases criminals are treated unjustly and are innocent. Even after researching their case, I still believe that this was an injustice going against my own normally held beliefs that police normally do the right thing. The fact that this movie could convince me of their innocence and wrongdoing is reason alone to see this movie. Daniel Day Lewis is one of the best actors of our time and plays the lead character with precision. The story is gripping and edited well to showcase the main points. I was able to empathize for once about how horrible it is to be innocent And locked up, not just empathize with a victim. It made me believe that either case is equally as harrowing. This is a great film and hard look at Englands past justice system and any justice system with what they will do at times of war.

Scott M (us) wrote: Very unconvincing story about a billionaire that says he'll pay a married couple a million dollars for one night of sex with the wife. Not told realistically. Either the husband would have decked the guy, or the husband would have been a much different character. Not who they portrayed. I didn't hate it though.

Shari C (ca) wrote: Ok...because of where I'm from people think my family made this movie up....one of the best dance films out there......I'm glad to see that people have actully heard of it..

Jayr N (kr) wrote: It's sup bad, I couldn't stop watching it!

Eliabeth M (ca) wrote: Dr. Berger: A little advice about feelings kiddo; don't expect it always to tickle.Cuando una familia experimenta una prdida ninguna persona reacciona de la misma manera, ero lo que es seguro es que la dinmica entre ellos cambia para siempre. Conrad acaba de salir de un psiquitrico en el que estuvo 3 meses por intento de suicidio. Sus padres Calvin y Beth estn preocupados. Su hijo Buck muri recientemente y Conrad estuvo ah. Los sentimientos de culpa lo carcomieron y no pudo resistir el dolor de su muerte. Ahora trata de ajustarse a esta nueva realidad con dificultad. Se siente aislado de todas las personas con las cuales alguna vez fue unido, y decide empezar a ver a un psiclogo llamado Berger. Le cuesta abrirse pero poco a poco logra expresar su culpa y su inhabilidad para funcionar en su vida. Desde ese momento empieza un camino de descubrimiento donde no siempre las cosas son satisfactorias para l. Al conseguirse con una amiga que conoci mientras estuvo recluido con quien siempre pudo hablar de sus problemas, se da cuenta que uno tiene que seguir adelante, algo que ella hizo y aparentemente ha mejorado. Al tratar de llamarla un tiempo despus y enterarse de su suicidio, entra en desesperacin - en una de las escenas ms poderosas de la pelcula -porque se da cuenta de lo frgil de la vida y de lo poderoso que son las apariencias. Cada persona trata de enmascarar sus dificultades, y las personas que las muestran son vistas de manera negativa. Ordinary People es una pelcula que lidia con el lado ms oscuro de las personas que se enfrentan a situaciones extremas. El padre de Conrad, Calvin, no sabe como tratar a su hijo luego de que llega a casa. Se preocupa todo el tiempo y slo desea que sea feliz, mientras que su madre Beth trata de mantener esta imagen perfecta de la familia sin importarle el sufrimiento de su hijo. Buck siempre fue su hijo favorito y no logra conciliar que se haya ido, y secretamente desea que Conrad haya sido el que muriera. Mary Tyler Moore se luce en este papel, y es interesante ver una madre que siempre es retratada en las pelculas con dulzura y maternal, sea tan fra y dura hacia su hijo. En una escena donde se estn tomando una foto familiar, Calvin decide tomarles una foto a Conrad y a su madre, y rpidamente se convierte en una situacin incmoda con sonrisas forzadas. En este momento Conrad explota y finalmente demuestra su rabia hacia ella. Pero la escena que va a ser el detonante para lo que sucede al final es cuando los padres llegan de un viaje que toman sin Conrad a peticin de Beth, y Conrad quien tuvo su crisis mientras ellos estaban lejos, decide dar un paso y darle un abrazo a su madre. La cara de Beth lo dice todo, y es en este momento que se confirma su odio hacia Conrad, y Calvin se da cuenta y toma la difcil decisin de escoger a su hijo. En esta escena nos damos cuenta de que Beth nunca ha tenido que enfrentar sus propios sentimientos, ni ser vulnerable. Toda su vida se trata de una gran obra donde ella es la directora y es impenetrable, y no es capaz de amar profundamente. Ahora Conrad y Calvin tienen la difcil tarea de ajustarse a esta nueva realidad que ninguno de los dos pens que deberan enfrentarse slo unos meses atrs. Ordinary People es una pelcula poderosa, donde cada escena est llena de una carga emocional terrible, pero es de las mejores que he visto en cuanto a retratar honestamente una situacin as. Las actuaciones contribuyen enormemente al xito de la pelcula. Sutherland como Calvin muestra una sensibilidad que te hace aliado inmediatamente, y es realista en el sentido de que es obvio que no sabe como relacionarse con su hijo, pero hace todo lo posible para descubrirlo. Mary Tyler Moore como Beth, logr una actuacin magistral y que derrumba todo lo que pensamos que debera ser una madre y me atrevo a decir que a pesar de que es uno de los personajes menos redimibles que he visto, igualmente nos invita a tratar de entender su punto de vista. El Dr. Berger (Judd Hirsch) es un natural en este papel, y le da un aire nuevo a la imagen que tienen los psiclogos, y por ltimo Timothy Hutton como Conrad quien es el ganador del oscar ms joven de la historia, le da humanidad a la depresin de su personaje. Durante toda la pelcula se ve tan frgil y perdido que dan ganas de llorar, especialmente porque se nota que cada vez va cayendo en un hoyo ms profundo y que para salir, va a tener que utilizar todas sus fuerzas. Hutton da una de mis actuaciones favoritas de todos los tiempos, y es impresionante su talento a tan corta edad. Ordinary People se gan uno de los lugares en la lista de mis pelculas favoritas. Es perfecta en todos los sentidos, y no es fcil lidiar con un tema tan pesado sin caer en el melodramatismo. Cada persona es capaz de ver en esta familia rasgos que le recuerdan a su propia familia. Cada escena es totalmente cruda y no esconde la fealdad en los comportamientos de los dems. La prdida, miedo, confusin y dolor que pasa por esta familia termina destruyndola, pero a pesar de esto, es el nuevo comienzo que tanto necesitaban.

Matt H (ag) wrote: You'd think the combination of Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, and Leo McCarey directing would be a slam dunk, or at least entertaining throughout, but the movie is overlong, and there's some parts that you can tell they didn't have any good ideas for. The movie is able to coast on Grant and Roger's charm, but there's not much else to enjoy in this strange movie.

David G (gb) wrote: A finely tuned and beautifully crafted western thanks to strong performances and James Mangold's tight direction.

Michael C (kr) wrote: Skip this one. Over-sharing by a self-absorbed, sad man.