The popular villain/antihero from the classic "Kikaider" TV series stars in his own movie, as a dark defender in a post-apocalyptic future.
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Tamatai N (br) wrote: A fascinating, shocking and unbiased look into zoophilia revolving around a bizzare death that led to a media circus. The film lays out both sides of the story on the table and lets the viewer make up their own minds. And while this unbiased standpoint certainly challanges ones views on the subject, the film proves itself to be an interesting look into the absolute depths of the human (and animal) psyche. Worth watching for the amazing cinematography alone.
Armando P (kr) wrote: Not bad but movies about snuff could be way better if they weren't so stereotypical.
Sherif N (es) wrote: 4.5 Stars.Reminds me so much of "Crimes and Misdemeanors", now I feel like I wanna see the latter again.
Jey A (de) wrote: Oooh I wonder if it's about gambling...
David J (mx) wrote: While there are some technical flaws and the accuracy is in question, "Erin Brockovich" is a sweet, funny, and inspiring real-life legal drama featuring one of Julia Roberts' best and most notable performances yet.
Trev B (it) wrote: Would probably watch this for Monica Potter. Fiennes is very annoying though.
Samantha P (br) wrote: A pointed look into the undiscovered Hollywood. The seedy underbelly of 'those' magazines.
Senor C (nl) wrote: I knew there was a reason why I skipped over Prison all these years because it's pretty fucking lame and even having 'Tiny' Lister in it couldn't save it. The ghost is electricity for most of the movie and shows up in person @ the end for like 2 seconds...maybe Shocker is better
Kevin T (gb) wrote: I love it ...great action packed movie
Steve W (it) wrote: With moody atmosphere, tense music, and fluid animation, Blood the Last Vampire is a bloody and entertaining horror OVA. The voice acting isn't very strong but it manages to create a dark and suspenseful tale at a brisk 48 minutes. It may be long enough for a full movie, but its breakneck pace and animation makes for a quick horror thrill ride.
Sandy K (it) wrote: Based on the true story of journalist Maziar Bahari's imprisonment in Iran after covering the 2009 election and being falsely accused (absurdly so) of being a spy. Written and directed by Jon Stewart, it is an entirely serious drama - a real departure for the satirical wit for which Stewart is best known (although there is at least one wise-crack reference to New Jersey). Bahari's imagined dialogues with his deceased father (and sister) while he is in prison give context to his experience. He is never portrayed as a hero, but rather as an ordinary man frighteningly caught in a snare; but who had the good fortune to have connections that helped lead to his release. Indeed, the heroes in this film are the every-day Iranians who spoke truth to power, and experienced prison and torture for refusing to accept the state's rigged election - and the film serves as a reminder that many of them still are imprisoned.