Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril

Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril

In the fourth film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, Ogami Itto is hired to kill a tattooed female assassin and battles Retsudo, head of the Yagyu clan, and his son Gunbei.

Fourth film in the Lone Wolf and Cub series. Ogami is hired to kill a tattooed female assassin. Gunbei Yagyu, an enemy samurai, happens upon Ogami's son, and sees his chance for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril torrent reviews

Jaime W (mx) wrote: Experiencing this, and Back to the Future the next year, in the theater, changed my life. For the better. Helped show what was possible in the realm of movies.

Stevens L (ru) wrote: The plot of an impossible love between a queen and a warrior lacks of originality, but the scenery is good and entertaining. Some nice action scenes (maybe too short).

Cort J (ca) wrote: Remake of Good Bad and Ugly in turn of the century China with mostly Korean (and some Japanese) cast...great set pieces ..it is a little long and the ending does not live up to the battle that proceeded it (but few things could)

Tonmoy A (it) wrote: a movie like the journey of marco polo - very long

Nikhil S (ag) wrote: Simply awesum...Tushar Rocks...

William H (ag) wrote: Most excellent story and well acted. Alan Rickman is great as always. Mos Def's performance was excellent. Very emotionally acted. It will stir your soul.

Eero V (gb) wrote: Manderlay is a monumental load of art house horse shit and the worst film Lars von Trier has ever made. It is astonishing how after the arduously misanthropic, but stylistically audacious Dogville, von Trier could have made something this atrocious. Both films use a very minimalist style (both were shot on a single stage with very little set pieces), which alone may bore some people to death, but at least Dogville had even a notion of story, some fine acting and thoughtful, if cynical, ideas. Manderlay has none of these; an interesting concept perhaps, but the acting is anemic, the story uninteresting, and Anthony Dod Mantle, who usually is a very good cinematographer, seems to have been continually drunk while shooting the film. Say what you will about von Trier and his originality and audacity as a filmmaker, but this film is an excruciatingly boring botch-up that I will never, ever watch again.

Simon D (au) wrote: The jokes in this come very fast and plentiful, by the law of averages, some of them do make you chuckle but a lot of the cast are just annoying. It's alright for braindead entertainment though.

Al P (br) wrote: Need I say anymore grab your snacks and stuff and press play

Paul E (au) wrote: An entertaining comedy.

Eric V (mx) wrote: This throwback to 1950s drive-in would be better served if they stayed in the 50s area. The film has some nice comedic moments, mostly from Atkins, but the horror element is tame at best.

Carlos K (fr) wrote: A movie of his time that now can not pass as more that an intellectual exercise that chokes as only the nothingness as his plot.

Paul J (kr) wrote: Sheer perfection. One of the most underrated and forgotten masterpieces of the 80s. Lumet crafted a truly epic and thorough exploration of police corruption. Not surprisingly, the FBI contributed to the film's "forgotten" reputation. The 'Powers that Be' felt that it was too accurate a portrayal to be seen by the mass audience. This is Lumet's Godfather. It's amazing how truthful and contradictory this film is. There are no easy answers - only reality. The writing, editing, performances and most especially the direction are all spot on.

Kevin R (gb) wrote: Given a certain set of circumstances I believe anyone can be capable of murder. A small European village is terrorized by a gorgon that resides in a castle that overlooks the village. When a boy from outside the village is killed as part of the gorgon's attacks, his father comes to town and begins stirring up matters around the gorgon. The village tries to keep it quite but the father's actions will hopefully lead to the end of the gorgon. "Doctor, you'll perform the autopsy." "On a body that's been turned to stone?" Terence Fisher, director of The Curse of Frankenstein, The Horror of Dracula, Dracula: Prince of Darkness, and The Hound of Baskersville, delivers Gorgon. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and well delivered. The characters are fascinating and the settings and mood of the film are perfect. The cast delivers awesome performances and includes Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Patrick Troughton, and Michael Goodliffe. "I believe in everything the brain is unable to disprove." During a recent Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee marathon this picture aired on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and I was fortunate to DVR it. I found the movie really entertaining and fairly unpredictable. Christopher Lee is introduced about 2/3s of the way through the movie and immediately adds a level of depth and intensity. I strongly recommend watching this picture. "She has enough strength to spit in my face. And then she died." Grade: B-

Juli N (ag) wrote: Amatuerish production with stellar performances by Philip Seymour Hoffman and Robert De Niro!

Charlie 7 (es) wrote: Very disappointed. It lands on the same category as Star Wars Episode 1 the Phantom Menace. I really didn't want to hate this sequel but do to a cliched and bland plot the film kept telling me otherwise.