Set in Japan in the 16th century (or so), an elderly warlord retires, handing over his empire to his three sons. However, he vastly underestimates how the new-found power will corrupt them, or cause them to turn on each other...and him...

At the age of seventy, after years of consolidating his empire, the Great Lord Hidetora Ichimonji decides to abdicate and divide his domain amongst his three sons, not knowng that the two corrupt ones will turn against him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ran torrent reviews

Glenn E (fr) wrote: Awesome story of a young girl discovering what REALLY matters in life.

David C (fr) wrote: One of the worst films I've watched in my life.

Isadore H (it) wrote: Clever and witty humor combined with a great cast make Seven Psychopaths a good movie to see almost anytime.

Peter D (us) wrote: this movie was the bomb!!

Paul P (nl) wrote: This weeks' public service announcement- There is almost no redeeming element to this film. Robots that look like extras from Godzilla and bad acting with no equal.

Joanof A (ca) wrote: nice concept.. worst execution

Carlos M (es) wrote: A great sequel about the endurance of the money game and the pleasure for some to be in the speculation battle, with a sharp dialogue and another amazing performance by Douglas in this compelling story whose sole misstep is a weak, unnecessary conflict in the final act.

Leocadio V (ru) wrote: more like Vol. 2 better than part one!!!

John B (jp) wrote: Passable film with some interesting elements. Ultimately it is Rupert Friend who lets us down. Quite frankly, I can't see why Michelle Pfeiffer would be interested in him.

Peter C (ru) wrote: A nice road-movie, the Bhutanese way... We saw it at the "Zomer van Antwerpen" event, which means in open air, with the Scheld behind the screen and a chilly nightly breeze, which gave the movie a little extra touch... :-)

Joao20 M (it) wrote: Nota: 9.1/10 - 4.5/5

Alexander H (de) wrote: Take 90 minutes of your busy day and watch this - extremely powerful stuff.

Skyler B (de) wrote: This movie has a lot of heart. Its gross and low-brow, but its got a great message and some funny moments. A treat.

Matthew L (au) wrote: Fern Gully is a terrible and boring film that has no flow or inspiration to make effort.

Joseph G (de) wrote: Just Watched this classic again. Brilliant

Michael W (nl) wrote: Newly assigned young priest wins over the establishment and the congregation of a debt-ridden church with charm and ease. Bing Crosby carries the lead with an understated but definite presence. Too long for such a simple story, possibly a couple musical numbers could have been shaved. Winner of seven Academy Awards.

Hannah D (fr) wrote: I've seen quite a few films starring Fred Astaire now, and his dancing never fails to entertain me! This time there was a South-American flavour which made it a bit different! The plot wasn't too bad, either, but the music and the dancing was what made it worth watching.

Jamie C (es) wrote: Jim Carrey was made for films like this, His over the top acting was brilliant and some shocking, Hysterical scenes will have you screaming in laughter.