In different parts of Tokyo, four young and seemingly healthy people suddenly die of heart failure at exactly the same moment. Reporter Kazuyuki Asakawa decides to investigate the deaths, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ringu: Jiko ka! Henshi ka! 4-tsu no inochi wo ubau shôjo no onnen
In different parts of Tokyo, four young and seemingly healthy people suddenly die of heart failure at exactly the same moment. Reporter Kazuyuki Asakawa decides to investigate the deaths, ...
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Michael D (ru) wrote: exquisite film and a fascinating idea. but then again, anything will do for me when i watch krystyna janda...
Eric H (kr) wrote: Columbus Day just goes to show that you don't need big budgets and multi million dollar stars to make a great movie.
Dean M (us) wrote: Good hard-hitting adventure with Dolph Lundgren as I believe this is the rip-roaring action of Saraha meets Tomb Raider.
Alvin Ian B (jp) wrote: I think it is pure genius.Creatively delicious treat.Some heartwarming moments.A animation that cannot be remade in other medium, esp. live action.A classic that deserve a slot in any movie buff collection.Another 5 star rating from my heart.
Shamina B (gb) wrote: amazing filmmakes me cry each time I watch it!!!!
Greg W (nl) wrote: a women's pic WWII movie made during WWII all star cast is atribute to red cross nurses.
Chris W (kr) wrote: This is the sequel to the award winning classic In the Heat of the Night and, though it is well meaning, this is a far step down from the place where its predecessor stands.Taking on a cool, protoblaxploitation feel, the film follows veteran homicide detective Virgil Tibbs as he takes on the cae of a murdered prostitute in San Francico, with the primary suspect being his friend political activist Reverend Logan Sharpe. Tibbs finds his loyalties divided, and danger all around, but there are some other things thrown in, such as cursory passes at social commentary and the effect of Tibbs' work ethic on his wife and kids. Despite all of this being decently played, none of it is fresh, exciting, or relevatory. It's a well worn story that is saved by decent perforamnces from Poitier (returning as Tibbs) and Martin Landau as Sharpe. Oh yeah, and Quincy Jones returns to do the music, and the score is solid, though not the most memorable thing ever.All in all, this is slightly better than okay, but it's nothing too special. I enjoyed it though, and appreciate the fact that this is something of a mild precursor to blaxploitation, but, that aside, there's nothoing really remarkable going on here, which is unfortunate given the power of the film this is a follow up to.
Paul D (br) wrote: All the interest value from the exotic dancing must have been squeezed into the first film, as this sequel is one long bore.