Rising Sun

Rising Sun

When a prostitute is found dead in a Los Angeles skyscraper occupied by a large Japanese corporation, detectives John Conner and Web Smith are called in to investigate. Although Conner has previous experience working in Japan, cultural differences make their progress difficult until a security disc showing the murder turns up. Close scrutiny proves the disc has been doctored, and the detectives realize they're dealing with a cover-up as well.

At the offices of a Japanese corporation, during a party, a woman, who's evidently a professional mistress, is found dead, apparently after some rough sex . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anmol R (ru) wrote: Hilarious...binni dhillon and gippy did a great job..:-)

Khatchadour B (gb) wrote: Ok, c'est une merde de plus dans le cercle du cin (C)ma franais: Rouve n'est pas drle, Darmon est d (C)pass (C), Godrche passe pour la belle hotesse....euh bien, non. Les acteurs et figurants sont aussi "Low Cost" que le film.Vous avez essay (C) de faire le remake de "Y a t-il un pilote dans l'avion?"

Kevin M W (us) wrote: With liberal doses of Psycho and Silence Of The Lamb borrowed, here are few surprises, and so its up to the cast to carry the load which they rise to in workmanlike fashion. The dog of the title is superfluous.

Matthew H (fr) wrote: Trying to get back into her "Everybody Loves Raymond" days, Doris Roberts comes to the big screen again to play the same kind of nagging character, but her poise can't save this movie. The plot is weak and muddled, with bad acting from everyone except Roberts, and scenes that just go from shot to shot with no style or creativity.

J X (es) wrote: Hace que te preguntes cosas muy interesantes sobre el mundo moderno.. muy recomendable

Jesus H (ca) wrote: aqui trabaja bill goldberg el luchador

Matthew B (fr) wrote: Michael Bay strikes again - with this mess of a film.

Lenny R (it) wrote: Pretty gorram shiny, if you ask me.

Allan C (de) wrote: I was never a fan of the original TV series, so I wan't all that invested in this staying true to the original, but this movie remake is a pretty dull affair. The film touts a strong cast that includes Gary Oldman, William Hurt, Mimi Rogers, Heather Graham, Lacey Chabert, Edward Fox and Joey Tribbiani as a tough guy, sci-fi action hero, but the script leaves them with pretty much no real characterizations and with a pretty involving story. All the stars had signed on for two more Lost in Space films, but after this one failed to do well, plans for sequels were rightfully scrapped. The film has decent specialefects and is competently directed by the usually reliable Stephen Hopkins, but I think most of the blame lies with the script by Akiva Goldsman, who's track records ranges from of memorable films like "The Client" and "A Beautiful Mind" to dreck like "Batman & Robin." I will give this film credit for doing bullet-time a year before "The Matrix" did it, although "The Matrix" did it better both from a technical and artistic standpoint. the best part of the film was Dick Tufeld reprising his role as the voice of the robot and saying "Danger, Will Robinson!"