In the year 20XX a mysterious scientist discovers a way to bring back the dead . . . only it turns one town into a zombie-infested hellhole. But when the world falls into ruin, only one ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Oneechanbara: The Movie
In the year 20XX a mysterious scientist discovers a way to bring back the dead . . . only it turns one town into a zombie-infested hellhole. But when the world falls into ruin, only one ...
- Stars:Shinji Aoyama, Shirô Atami, Shingo Ichizawa, Kazushige Inami, Takeshi Ishizumi, Yûichirô Izumi, Shunpei Kawaguchi, Taeko Kobayashi, Eddie Mills, Elizabeth Banks, James Rebhorn, Sascha Knopf, Judah Friedlander, Luchino Visconti, Björn Andrésen, James Hereth, Kevin Lewis, Wheaton James, Rhonda Smiley, Terry Diab, William Mendieta, H.L. Cannon, J.J. Song, Eri Otoguro, Tomohiro Waki, Tarô Suwa, Manami Hashimoto, Chise Nakamura, Ai Hazuki, Satoshi Hakuzen, Hiroaki Kawatsure, Sari Kurauchi, Tomoya Nagai, Tetsu Watanabe, Masahiro Okamoto,
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Michael M (us) wrote: Good acting from Casey and the kid reminds me of a young Matt Damon. Somber movie though and I can't imagine watching it twice.
Roy C (us) wrote: Spare your head and ears.
Daniel S (fr) wrote: Finally saw this classic action comedy, i gotta admit there's hardly any comedy in it, its pretty much a straight action film, and a pretty violent one at that, considered how it's marketed at least, murphy is great here, i really enjoyed his character, at first i didnt like how mean nolte was to murphy, but once they started to get along i enjoyed their chemistry, the redneck bar scene is pretty memorable, annette otoole is pretty useless tho, which is sad cuz i like her as an actress
Wrik S (de) wrote: A movie that did nothing and went nowhere
Daniel P (us) wrote: Leonardo DiCaprio has never been awarded an Oscar... but somehow, this disaster won nine of them. What a vapid, pointless movie. The plot is "this young girl had best grow into the social graces of womanhood so that a rich, unattainable man will want to marry her." Then she does. The acting is hammy, even for a musical, and these bourgeois blowhards don't seem to work at anything. Paris and the French are stereotyped beyond belief, and if not for the occasionally witty lyrics - which the film can hardly be credited for, as this was adapted from the stage - there is nothing redeeming about this relic. It was a different time, sure, but this film beat out Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and the much more provocative and entertaining The Defiant Ones... plus, Spencer Tracy starred in The Old Man and the Sea... which wasn't even nominated! I know, I know; greatness is not defined by the Academy Awards. But the idea that this film gets to stand beside The Deer Hunter, The Best Years of Our Lives, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Casablanca, Unforgiven, Kramer vs. Kramer, (or even Forrest Gump or Rocky!), absolutely turns my stomach. I was hoping this was a satire and that I was the only one not in the joke... but even if it was intended to be, no one would get that from it. For women, it implies, your worth is determined by whether you can properly pour coffee, or pick out a good cigar for a man, or know which jewels are the really good ones (so you can criticize the gifts you or other women get... from men, naturally). I'm pretty sure this film is the entire reason the Bechdel test came into existence. Simply atrocious... and two. full. hours. It's time you'll never get back. Worst. Best. Picture. Ever. Hands down.
John R (gb) wrote: 160520: I remember seeing the previews for this film and thinking it may be pretty neat. Well, I waited 14 years and it definitely is not neat. Too many holes and no redeeming features. Garage sale pile.