Joshuu sasori: Kemono-beya

Joshuu sasori: Kemono-beya

Matsu is sheltered by an incestuous prostitute on her run from the police, her ex-prison mate and a cop whose arm she hacked off.

Following her succuessful prison break, Scorpion begins this third episode in the series hiding out in a brothel. Her prostitute friend tries to keep her identity secret, but the brothel's madam discovers that Scorpion is the ex-girlfriend of the vice officer who killed her lover. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Joshuu sasori: Kemono-beya torrent reviews

Trece F (gb) wrote: I need to be honest, at first this film had me thinking "What the fuck is this emo shit ?" But then made me think about my own relationship with the music and metal in particular and how you pass through your teenage rage, whatever your pain is, then is the force that reminds you that you're alive. beautiful movie

Chuck J (mx) wrote: Always crack up, one of the funniest movies I love to watch over & over!! I need to laugh & feel better I pop this in the DVD player!!

Ugi S (nl) wrote: "In A Better World" is a rich melodrama, richer than any melodrama in recent memory. It brings modern human themes into the deep, such as family, marriage, parental, friendship, death, morality and professionalism. This film successfully mixing, comparing and contrasting two different world between adult and children and two strong stories in Africa and Denmark.

Yousef S (au) wrote: Beautiful, shows the beauty of Cairo, has an exquisite plot.

Lesia M (ag) wrote: Excellent! Beyond excellent!

Jenn M (it) wrote: Forest Whittaker is always brilliant....but why he chose to do this movie is beyond me! I turned it off about half way through because I just couldn't get into it whatsoever. What was only about 40 minutes felt like 2 hours

Nick D (de) wrote: Just plainly hilarious ???.

Derek H (nl) wrote: Richard Burton, theatrical as always, gives the best performance of his life. Lumet, perhaps the most consistent American director, brings one of my favorite plays to film, staying true to the unsettling, philosophical beauty.

Ajai K (us) wrote: Certain films are so provocative and controversial that it will lead to bans in certain countries which champions itself as a liberal and open-minded - United Kingdom. The films is so gritty and explicit without being really obscene that it raised a debate among the general movie-going community about the presence of violence in films. The film is really about how much alienation and hostility can have an impact on an individual as well as being able to stand up on your opinions and convictions despite the adversities that lie ahead.The title refers to a Chinese ceremonial object used in sacrifices, although i cannot find a correlation between this and any element in the film, there must've been a reason for the title which is not apparent. The film explores the impact that alienation could have on an individual and how much one could respond when threatened - in the film this is projected on to Hoffman's character who is willing to take anyone down who do not respect his privacy and territorial jurisdiction.The rape scene shown in the film has triggered a lot of outburst and controversy shows the vulnerability of the female and acts as a contrast to the submissiveness of wife against the obstinate character of Hoffman. Throughout the film there is rapid edited sequence, juxtaposing sections of the sequence against one another, but each of them with a different pre-dominant emotion controlling it that the entire sequence creates a powerful atmosphere of confrontation.The backdrop of somewhere in the English highland countryside for this violent film is a play on hidden dangers of nature. The countryside is rife with troublesome characters who survive in a world where life is simple and without any progress. Their hostilities area result of xenophobia and a lack of acceptance to other people, they want to keep their culture as it is and is immediately hostile to anyone that threatens the codes of conduct. The films offers a rich variety of perspectives on human nature, and how it plays against different circumstances and with contact with different sets of people. Also how instinctual powers come into play and how eventually it takes over the rational mind to unleash rage, madness and violence without hesitation.

Aj V (nl) wrote: Along came a stupid western, is more like it. Good actors, bad plot.

Rene J (kr) wrote: This will forever be one of my favorite movie. it's so funny Wander is now Alaric in Vampire Diary.

Felipe F (mx) wrote: Raiders of the Lost Ark is an epic and entertaining adventure with riveting special effects elevated by Steven Spielberg's assured direction.