The eighth sequel of the series by the successful “Fukasaku and Bunta” collaboration revolves around the men of a lesser organization that are constantly bullied by the upper organization and “bleed in vain” in gang wars. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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David I (nl) wrote: Don't let anyone tell you can't don something.
Richard I (nl) wrote: Slightly insubstantial but not unwatchable imagining of post war episode in Mengele's life which rather ends in bathos.
Daniel T (it) wrote: Shitty movie. But I liked the new Sadako(s) =)
Olivier A (us) wrote: Like most tv style movies, they have a little of everything but never a lot of anything. Not much flavor and a lot of talking to fill the gap. Camera shaking most of the time is annoying. The CGI are a good try. The actors had some potential...not their fault. Good for late night tv.
Carlos D (mx) wrote: A fine drama told in a Guillermo Arriaga non-linear style. The intense acting and the powerful story takes you by the hand through a road full of bittersweet taste
Al M (de) wrote: 3 Things: Kristy (the original Buffy) Swanson, Wes Craven, and most importantly a robot. Add these together and you get the bizarre piece of 80s horror that is Deadly Friend. The film opens like an 80s family film like Space Camp, Explorers, Flight of the Navigator, etc. A brilliant teenage boy moves into a new neighborhood along with the advanced (and cheesy looking) robot he built--think those 80s toy robots you could buy at Eckerd's but human-sized. But things take a dark turn from there as he befriends Kristy Swanson's character who just happens to be regularly abused by her alcoholic father. After tragedy strikes, human will meet machine in new ways and no one will be safe. Stupid, but funny, and surprisingly gory, Deadly Friend is worth watching mostly for a laugh, particularly if you are a big fan of 80s horror like me.
Julia O (fr) wrote: Not really a fan of Lauren Bacall in this (she seems flat as compared to Marilyn and Betty), but I adored the story and humour.
Jonah H (jp) wrote: This does bring back childhood memories
Denis S (jp) wrote: It's like math in school. I do not understand all of it, some things make sense, and it's a whole world for itself. It's a masterpiece for a first time director and we all know that it shaped the career of Darren Aronofsky. The score by Clint Mansell is fantastic and together with the camerawork of Matthew Libatique the film puts us right in the head of the main protagonist. It is a b/w math poetry in motion. But still you really have to pay attention to follow Aronofsky through his film.
Nick L (it) wrote: Some cheesiness which is pretty common in anime or movies in general. Having said that, this is possibly some of the best traditional animation I have ever seen.