A blind man seeks revenge against the psychopath who took away his sight and slaughtered his wife and daughter. Eight years after the massacre, the man has returned to the desert town, now a highly trained samurai swordsman ready to seek justice. But he doesn't know there awaits seven assassins hired by his sworn enemy who want the bounty on his head. Set in nowhere, no time, this bloody modern day fable is a new age hybrid action film with a classic samurai essence and a spaghetti western spirit. This is, "Sushi Western!"
Ryan M (us) wrote: Heard it showed how trashy the family was - I personally didn't see that. Thought they were eccentric but ok. Bit disappointed they didnt show the finished house (if it ever was finished...)
Cedric L (br) wrote: The music is the movie's saving grace.
Jeanphilippe C (us) wrote: Goemon keeps on delivering thrills every chapter.
Rita R (kr) wrote: Muy buena. Cine frances tenia que ser. Bastante recomendable.
Prithviraj P (de) wrote: gud story brilliant music/score but Vivek Oberoi's acting sucks as ever.
Private U (kr) wrote: Touchant, destabilisant, c'est le genre de film qu'on regarde une fois...puis une deuxieme, pour etre sur de ne rien avoir rate!
Danny M (jp) wrote: Great horror film! Really good and a strong story to it.
Thomas T (es) wrote: There are films that try to be hilarious and serious, and National Security really tried to accomplish this.
Shawn S (fr) wrote: The quirkiness that Wes Anderson would eventually become known for is not present here but this is still a solid effort displaying some early talents.
Caitlin L (us) wrote: Not as good as the original.
Aliye N (it) wrote: Wow!! Any movie with a white pimp named Ramrod who beats his women with a coat hanger is classic in my book!!! That's pretty muh all I have to say!!!
Kevin R (br) wrote: Welcome to the meat grinder.While the United States and Korean diplomats are working on negotiating an end to the Korean War, the troops for both countries remain at war on the ground. The American troops are given an impossible mission to take Pork Chop Hill for no other reason than moral victory. That doesn't feel like a good reason to the US troops who know the war could end any minute now; and even if they take the hill, once at top they can be easily surrounded and attacked. The troops reluctantly pursue the hill."They're behind us. Every Where. Millions of them..."Lewis Milestone, director of All Quiet on the Western Front, Mutiny on the Bounty (1962), Ocean's 11, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Les Miserables (1952), and A Walk in the Sun, delivers Pork Chop Hill. The storyline for this is very compelling and has some interesting characters and scenarios. The acting is solid and the cast includes Gregory Peck, Rip Torn, Robert Blake, Harry Guardino, George Peppard, and Bob Steele."When I get home I'm going to live in an elevator going up and down."I was excited to discover this was recently coming on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and had to DVR it. This was a very solid war movie. It isn't my favorite war genre film, but Peck is excellent in his role. This delivers a unique perspective of the Korean War that makes it a must see but isn't good enough to be a must own for your DVD collection."You're no good up here with one arm."Grade: B
Constance C (ag) wrote: THIS IS ONE OF MY LATE LATE NITE THROW BACKS...
Viktor N (fr) wrote: In some ways this was better then the first one.. nice moves and fighting coardination.