Kenshin and Kaoru are married. Kenshin leaves Kaoru with their son, Kenji, to lead a revolution in China. But both of them suffer from a seemingly incurable disease. 15 years later, Kenshin... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Samurai X: Reflection
Kenshin and Kaoru are married. Kenshin leaves Kaoru with their son, Kenji, to lead a revolution in China. But both of them suffer from a seemingly incurable disease. 15 years later, Kenshin...
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Gordon S (mx) wrote: I gave this movie 3.5 instead of a full 4 stars because essentially it felt like what other reviewers have said: A look inside the Hollywood/entertainment Back-slapping Boys Club (and you can only take so much of that). It's not that Shep Gordon is undeserving of a movie about his life (after all, his life has been larger than life and incredibly influential in most areas), but I'm still not 100% sure he's deserving the title of a "supermensch." I kept watching and trying to understand how Gordon was such a fantastic human being, worthy of such elevated praises, but I still couldn't see it.
saquib h (de) wrote: Reminded me of so much of Quentin Tarantino! :)
jarrad b (us) wrote: Typical western with the tried and true story of a gunshooter ready to clean up the town from the corrupt local politicians. The acting was poor from some of the minor characters but it made a watchable movie from a very small budget.
Russ B (ag) wrote: 3/20/2016: Pretty disappointing. The premise was pretty interesting, but execution fell flat.
Kathy H (mx) wrote: LOVE IT!!!!!!!! (R)
Joshua H (ru) wrote: Caveh Zahedi wrote, directed, and starred in this autobiographical documentary comedy that despite it's serious content is perversely engaging and laugh out loud funny. This is a movie about sex, in a real world sense. It's messy, and so goes this movie, but in the end it delivers.VERDICT: This movie is brutally honest and open about sex to the point that can make some prudes feel uncomfortable. If you like movies about SEX, then watch this movie.
Rich D (us) wrote: The camera work although imaginative was a little novice at points . The plot if you could fathom it, was underdeveloped and disconnected . At the risk of coming off as misogynistic , - without any knowledge of the creators, it was painfully simple to know their motivation and gender. Typical for this day and age, another rediculous attempt to imasculate history.
Paul D (es) wrote: A suspenseful slasher horror with real flair in the direction, unlike the soulless pulp we see in this genre today.
James H (ag) wrote: On the Waterfront is a classic drama that finds the perfect blend of seriousness and lightheartedness. Marlon Brando is terrific as Terry and Eva Marie Saint is great as well. The characters were all interesting in their own ways. The score was good, the overall message of the story of morals and integrity wasn't too corny and there are some classic lines. Iconic.
Nicholas S (br) wrote: Great movie, good clean family fun with an overall educational theme!
Rodney W (nl) wrote: Dumb, and I theorize its outrageous sexism was unintentional (as ironic as that is). Funny, but very dumbly so.
The Movie W (au) wrote: One of the earliest gangster flicks of the talkie era, "Little Caesar" is a much bleaker film than the likes of "Scarface" and the various Jimmy Cagney genre entries. Unlike those films, no attempt is made to portray Robinson's hoodlum as any kind of charismatic figure. We get introduced to the title character as he slays a garage clerk in cold blood immediately before feasting on a late supper in a nearby diner. It's a shocking opening, mainly because you don't see any specific details, just the flash of a discharged weapon seen through the garage's kiosk window. Caesar considers knocking off small-town garages as beneath him and sets off to Chicago, the gangster's mecca, with his friend (Fairbanks Jr) in tow. There he gets a job as an enforcer for a mob led by Stanley Fields. It's not long before Caesar is rising through the ranks and, after killing the Police Commissioner, takes control of the gang from Fields. Meanwhile Fairbanks has struck up a romance with actress Glenda Farrell and wants to leave the criminal life. This does not please Robinson. The movie is filled with acts of cruelty and despair, leading you to really despise Robinson's character, no doubt the intention of the film-makers. The problem with this approach is that it distances the viewer from the story, you're never really given a character to get behind. The closest the film has to a hero is Fairbanks, but his character disappears from proceedings for a lengthy period. Had his attempts to escape a life of crime been the primary focus it would have made for a more involving film. Some have noted a homosexual sub-text to the film, specifically because Robinson, for all his ill-gotten wealth and power, never indulges in any female company. I see the character not as homosexual but asexual; he has no time for women because he simply has no time for humanity. He's driven purely by a desire for infamy and sees others as mere pawns in his quest. Considering how great he is in this role, it's strange that Robinson avoided being typecast in the same manner as Cagney. Not till 1948's "Key Largo" would he play this sort of menacing character. For me, Robinson was at his best playing patsies in films like "Scarlet Street" and "The Woman in the Window" but he's oddly remembered more for his relatively few tough guy roles. "Little Caesar" has a reputation I don't feel it deserves but it's worth a watch for fans of Robinson. Over the next few years Warner Brothers would expound on it's themes to make far superior gangster pics.
Christoph L (kr) wrote: Wie schon beim ersten Teil irgendwann nach einer halben Stunde eingeschlafen. Ein Stern fr's Setting.
Allaiyah W (br) wrote: Has a nice Tolkein, D&D, Elder Scrolls, Dungeon Siege 2 feel of it; refreshing after the onslaught of rancid urban fantasy movies & TV series trying to be gritty adult Disneey crossover fanfic.