Fight everyone and trust no one: it's the code of survival practiced by martial-arts master Casey Bowman after his life of domestic bliss is shattered by a savage act of violence. Vowing revenge, the fearless American stealthily tracks the killer from Osaka to Bangkok to Rangoon with the help of a wise and crafty sensei. His only clues: a series of victims whose necks bear the distinctive mark of strangulation by barbed wire. Fighting to avenge as well as to survive, Casey must sharpen his razor-like responses and take his battle skills to the next level, even using deep meditation to fake his own death. His target: the sinister drug lord Goro, who is flooding the streets with deadly meth cooked at his remote jungle factory. To prepare for his ultimate confrontation, Casey must finally become an invisible warrior worthy of the name Ninja. But just when his prey is cornered, an unexpected twist shows Casey that his battle is only beginning: he truly can trust no one.
Since the adventure protecting the coffer with Ninja weapons in the previous, Casey Bowman';s life has ever been so nice. As the owner of a successful dojo, Casey marries a beautiful girl Namiko. Things are more amazing when Namiko tells him that she is expecting their first child. But then everything is broken… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Simon C (ru) wrote: Over-rated. Shades of the tedious 'Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead' except everyone's got shit all over them.
Arseniy V (es) wrote: Lovely, atmospheric and feminine in the best sense (as opposed to "Welcome To Me"). Extra half star or so to counteract how sadly underrated the film is.
Carl Adrian P (us) wrote: not as great as I expected
andrew b (ag) wrote: i couldn't find one redeeming factor of this movie, and i love zombie movies. it deserved one star but there are zombies in it. so it gets two
Sabi P (de) wrote: A great story simply told and beautifuly directed about three generations of women who have to deal with post comunist transitions.
familiar s (us) wrote: Nice little movie about relationships. It depicts how an old woman from the village fits herself for her short stay in the city at her daughter's house, the bond she develops with her daughter's neighbor in the process, & how her daughter deals with her frustrated life. It tends to be realistic for most of the part, & the characters are the types one could connect to. The conversations also seem as if lifted from day-to-day life. It's this execution that makes this movie so watchable, despite of its simplicity. However, while it maintains to be rational & practical for most of the part, the ending is rather traditional one & disappointed me a bit. But that's no excuse to unlike a movie that kept me hooked to my couch for the rest of the part.All the actors are new to me, but one & all of 'em were excellent.Finally, while I don't think it's a movie I'd like to visit time & again (or, is it too early to say that??? Will update this if my thoughts ever change regarding it), it surely was a worthwhile experience for this once.
Rebekah L (mx) wrote: Good movie, specially kids like this movie yes there are lots of funny scenes to make every one laugh.
Mhaa R (de) wrote: one's of my fav kurozawa's masterpiece
Debbie H (au) wrote: He's black. She's Indian. This is the entire movie. Seriously. Denzel, you let me down this time.
Michael D (br) wrote: Mullet at its finest.
Gregory C (fr) wrote: i'm only about 35 minutes in and i'm telling you this rules completely. unless you hate reggae, in which case we probably should not be friends. holy fucking shit. if you don't like this you are probably an asshole.
Karl S (ag) wrote: I'm honestly befuddled by this, and not just because it's Bunuel. We have a relatively straightforward film about a city maid (Moreau, plain wonderful) gone to the sticks where not she, the sophisticated supposedly venereally diseased urbane type, but the fine country folk, are rotten with perversion and priapism; that's easy, and good, but honestly beneath Bunuel's talents; but SPOILER the maid stays in the sticks to solve a crime, marries an old, landed type (no doubt to wait for him to die), but the caught murderer, apparently found not guilty, opens a cafe-cum-pimpery in Cherbourg, and continues his fascist activism, while Moreau just rots in the sticks. And then THE END. As the film's set in the years immediately prior to WWII, I know the fascists will wipe all this away, and they will be wiped away in turn; but it's as if Bunuel had released a hoard of zombies on his cast 2 minutes before the credits rolled. I'm befuddled, and throw myself on the mercy of the criticism.
Carolyn W (gb) wrote: Absolutely beautiful in 70mm.
Knox M (es) wrote: A relaxed and enjoyable 2 hours well spent.
Jake H (ru) wrote: This is probably the greatest high school movie ever, unless you count Dazed and Confused.