Owls' Castle

Owls' Castle

As the great military commander Nobunaga Oda was consolidating his power across Japan, one of his actions was to wipe out a clan of assassins, killing every man, woman and child he found in the village. Years later, one of the survivors has hired a young but skilled assassin to avenge the deaths of his friends and family. His mission: to sneak into the most heavily guarded castle in Japan, and kill the supreme ruler of the country.

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Arry F (ag) wrote: it brought back memories for me when I was light heavyweight within the opa that danger year. beautiful picture

Alex B (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie fallen especially

Rachel S (jp) wrote: Put your money where your mouth is!

Igor T (nl) wrote: Nice Polish movie with a simple, but very enjoyable plot.

Chris J (es) wrote: None too informative, pretty bare bones account of the hardcore American punk movement of the 80's (With D.O.A. representing Canada). Watchable but could have been better.

Calum B (ag) wrote: At the risk of sounding overly sentimental, this is perhaps one of the most touching films I have ever seen, and also one of the most surprising.Jane Horrocks, Michael Caine and Ewan McGregor all turn in superb performances, with Brenda Blethyn being a tad melodramatic but remaining within the bounds of believability. It's a real pleasure to see Michael Caine in particular, in a role of a shoddy, second-rate agent who believes he's found his passport to 'the big time' in LV. That man is such a great actor.Bypassing Jane Horrocks' astounding ability to mimic people, it's also a pleasure to see her on the big screen again: she does a heck of a lot of voice work, but to be honest I haven't seen her in a major role since 'Life Is Sweet'. She's a real star and can play demented, disordered, deranged or simply different people with such style...As for 'Little Voice', the story is a fairly standard setup: unbearably shy LV has a talent, is discovered by the local agent, the road to riches and stardom opens... but love is in the offing, so which will she choose? That summary, however, is where the similarity to virtually any other 'standard' setup stops: LV does not want stardom. She doesn't even really know she has her talent, which is completely passive. Her choice is not between stardom or love.Virtually nothing beyond the basic storyline is 'standard' here. There's no "*gasp* Wow!" surprises, but events turn in quite unexpected directions at all times. Many folks even complain at the end because "it isn't an end" or "it isn't what we want". That's another reason to love the film: it doesn't give the viewer a Hollywood (yawn) ending. It doesn't tie up all the loose strings.It's like life: there's no tidy endings. Look past the obvious images and look at what's underneath. See the film for what it is, and enjoy.

p b (it) wrote: Not my thing. Oh, no.

Peter F (kr) wrote: A suitably tragic-comic film from Reiner Werner Fassbinder, that's also perhaps his most personal. Casting himself in the lead, Fassbinder plays a young homosexual man whose in conflict over whether his lover is with him because of emotions, or whether he's just interested in wealth. The film really utilizes this timeless theme to explore issues regarding class, bigotry, and finance, all of which are still relevant for society 40 years later. It also contains some of the director's best use of sets, with really calculated colors and film space used to express the isolation of the main character. Fassbinder had said that Fox and his Friends was a work of his that he very much favored, and it's easy to see why: It's at least very close to being his best.

Marianne G (au) wrote: amazing historical drama tom hanks and Barkhad abdi are amazing the best movie of 2013 my score 97%

Jose M (jp) wrote: Starts out weakly, but overall Mallrats becomes entertaining enough to recommend. Kevin Smith's follow up to the independent hit, the Clerks, tells the story of two losers and their attempt to win their exes back in a tale of the complexes in relationships and human interaction and not to mention comics with Stan Lee! Appearing in Mallrats is Jay and Silent Bob, I definitely enjoyed watching them wreak havoc and spout obscenities.

Nikhil E (gb) wrote: Well, I dunno I liked this movie anyways...

Joo Miguel R (au) wrote: Another great movie for the fantastic great ervamped of this beloved franchise. Cumberbatch is a hell of a villian making a role of the malefic Khan!!

Charles P (au) wrote: Fantastic movie with teams used to fighting to level of drawing blood, having a renewal in their lives and wanting each other to do their very best! Totally amazing.