Justine is a nubile young virgin cast out of a French orphanage and thrust into a depraved world of prostitution, predatory lesbians, a fugitive murderess, bondage, branding, and one ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marquis de Sade's Justine
Justine is a nubile young virgin cast out of a French orphanage and thrust into a depraved world of prostitution, predatory lesbians, a fugitive murderess, bondage, branding, and one ...
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Syed A (us) wrote: part Bicycle Thieves part Reservoir Dogs, a heart & gut wrenching portrayal of extreme poverty this family suffers from and how a honest ex militant farmer turned into Walter White in backdrop of a crime ridden metropolis. this film is an experience of a lifetime.
Vasco M (ag) wrote: Awesome! This is what the sword-fighting in Kill Bill should have looked like!
Isaac K (it) wrote: I totally rambling one sided Mac love fest. Why was Steve Jobs forced to leave Apple in the 80s? You won't find out in this movie, they just quickly fly over that stuff so they can cram in more pointless nature shots of Apples.
Christopher L (mx) wrote: One of the best remakes.
Blue D (ca) wrote: OH MY GOD. I've seen better quality movies made with a webcam. if you want to see a good Katt Williams movie DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS. Written by Lil Romeo, Directed by Master P. mmmm need i say more? If you drunk and high you may laugh a few times. Other than that you'll just laugh at how bad this movie is.
Michelle C (kr) wrote: I think Miike is in his prime. He's still keeping a pace of at least 2 pictures a year but within the last 5 years or so his films have taken a considerably more sophisticated air, even if they remain as over-the-top as ever. Yakuza is a perfect adaptation of the game. While it does not follow the game's story, it flows like great fanfiction - all the game's characters are portrayed faithfully with remarkable attention to mannerisms and costuming, and the atmosphere, setting, and score are meticulously matched to the game. The changes they do make are extremely positive and make for a wonderful film - after all, if you're watching the film you've played the game, so what's the point of rehashing its story? Most inspired is the attention given to Majima - a character practically tailor-made for a Miike film anyway - whose continuous violent exchanges with Kazuma are delightful. And, as is only proper, Kazuma's fate ultimately rests with a bottle of Staminan.
Ian M (jp) wrote: This was quite impressive. Full of suspense at times, with wonderings... Not bad at all... Obviously low budget, but only from the settings that gave it charm. I loved it & if you are a fan of horror or just suspense I say try it out!
Eugene Y (jp) wrote: Friggin' riot of colours. Tsuchiya Anna rocks big time here!
Benjamin W (gb) wrote: Groundbreaking animation. Such realism that I have never before seen in animation. At times, I was asking myself whether I was watching real footage or animation. And it has almost as much heart as last year's Paper Man. Breathtaking.
MEC r (br) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
x x (it) wrote: it starts off a little slow..but give it time and it's real and its true,its twisted and heartbreaking.."Where is love when you need it the most?....Where is love when the past begins to leak into your heart?....Where is hope in a hopeless place?"
Greg R (au) wrote: I guess this movie is fine if you don't have a problem with this kind of stuff.
Jon T (jp) wrote: This rather gruesome retelling of the now famous SNOW WHITE fairy tale has a lot going for it; it starts off magnificently and continues on that note for at least one full hour. Unfortunately, it goes downhill in the latter half, resulting in a climax that feels rushed and unsatisfying. Too bad, because there's a lot to praise about SNOW WHITE: A TALE OF TERROR. Sigourney Weaver turns in an effectively creepy and almost scary, but subtly handled performance as the antagonist of this tale, the vain and obsessive Lady Claudia. Every scene she is in is positively chilling. In a rather interesting twist, Claudia doesn't necessarily start out so vicious and evil. Snow White, incidentally (who is called Lilliana) isn't so pure and innocent either, in fact starting out being rather unappreciative of her new stepmother. In fact, the strongest element of the film is the psychological examination of the relationship between the two and what ultimately begins the famous conflict of the tale. This makes for a rather refreshing take. And instead of seven cheerful dwarfs, we get rather surly, gruff, borderline unlikeable miners. It's in this latter aspect of the film that SNOW WHITE begins to lose its appeal. The transition of their hostility to friendship with Lilliana feels very rushed and jarring to be believable. Then there's the love triangle between Lilliana, her Prince Charming Peter Gutenberg (David Conrad), and the youngest of the miners (Gil Bellows). It just... happens without much development. If only those two aspects of the film were improved (in addition to the final scene, which sort of just "stops" the film instead of ending it), this SNOW WHITE could have been a compelling one. As it is, though, it's a mixed bag.
Rachael C (jp) wrote: Wonderful performance by the child lead but heavy handed and patchy. Trans America is worth seeing to comprare.
L C (it) wrote: As far as 90's animated enviormental adventures go, this one is pretty solid.
angel s (au) wrote: A beautiful film - meaningful for its socio-entrepreneur aspects that these homeless kids were saved from the streets (in real life) - thank...
Enith E (ca) wrote: Reminds me of my childhood.
Jim S (mx) wrote: Superb acting and direction highlight this very well written film about the terrors of a foreign justice system that North Americans can't really understand.
Garrett C (es) wrote: The first Laurel and Hardy film I've seen. Absolutely hilarious! I'm trying to join the Sons of the Desert immediately!
Janet L (jp) wrote: More entertaining than expected. Once again we learn the hard way that honesty is the best policy. Dishes must have been cheaper in those days.