Toshiro Mifune swaggers and snarls to brilliant comic effect in Kurosawa's tightly paced, beautifully composed "Sanjuro." In this companion piece and sequel to "Yojimbo," jaded samurai Sanjuro helps an idealistic group of young warriors weed out their clan's evil influences, and in the process turns their image of a proper samurai on its ear.

In this movie, crafty jaded samurai Sanjuro helps a young man and his fellow clansmen weed out their clan's evil influences, and in the process turns their image of a proper samurai on its ear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mr D (us) wrote: I despise woman like her. Not as bad as critics made it out to be. It was well made with some wonderful acting. You wouldn't regret watching it. But be prepared for the less war action sequences.

Charles J (kr) wrote: May I never be in that position.

Noname (mx) wrote: A fantasy/adventure movie for the whole family. The underground city "Ember" starts to have problem when their generator begins to failure.. a decent flick based of a book. Bill Murray and Tim Robbins have some roles but quite weak performances. The kids did a better job actually. Anyway this is just an average movie in its genre and i can think of many other movies to look after before this. But overall watchable.

Jose M (ag) wrote: excelente pelicula, se la recomiendo a cualquiera, super comica

Ashley B (es) wrote: Funny, and quirky. It was a very goood movie.

Michelle C (ag) wrote: This movie had such potential... Unfortunately, Diane Keaton overacted every single scene, even the ones where she had laryngitis which were some of my favorite scenes without her talking. I also didn't care for Mandy Moore's character, and didn't always follow why she felt so criticized by just her mother when it was her two sisters even more.

Jason J (ca) wrote: Jumping on the Ringu bandwagon, Phone is a great scary Korean film with a nice little twist at the end. The little girl in this movie has this look of evil on her face that freaks the hell out of me. Worth checking out.

Moya W (ru) wrote: For people who actually have the warped sense of humour that is needed to enjoy a movie like this, then maybe it might be found entertaining. But for me this was only really a gross embarrassment and it only makes me feel bad for the actors who would want to be a part of a movie like this.

Janika Maria B (de) wrote: I can tell that this movie must not have done too well in theaters.....

Robert B (gb) wrote: From Hell (The Hughes Brothers, 2001)[originally posted 5Nov2001]Wondertwins Albert and Allen Hughes re-emerge (finally!) after five years to bring us their third Hollywood cinematic effort, From Hell. (In the interim, they filmed and released independently a feature-length documentary called American Pimp, recently reviewed here.) Based on Alan (Watchmen) Moore's graphic novel, the tale focuses on Fred Abberline (Johnny Depp), a Scotland Yard inspector who, unfortunately for him, lands the case of Jack the Ripper. (Note: the main IMDB page for the movie contains a MAJOR spoiler, so avoid it if you're planning on seeing the movie.) Abberline is a precognitive, and aids his visions with liberal use of opium and its derivative laudanum, often landing in subterranean opium dens, usually to be hauled out by staunch sidekick Peter Godley (Robbie Coltrane of Cracker fame). As they delve deeper into the investigation, they find that maybe bureaucracy isn't all that's holding them up; Abberline finds himself watched by Scotland Yard's Special Branch, headed by the sinister Ben Kidney (veteran character actor Terence Harvey).The movie is put together beautifully; not a scene is ill-shot or out of place, and the violence inherent in a retelling of the Ripper story is kept to an as-tasteful-as-possible minimum. The sweeping cinematography is on a par with Alex Proyas' similarly claustrophobic Dark City (1998), and the film's atmosphere is quite successful at drawing the viewer in.Where From Hell fails its two Hughes-helmed predecessors is in the characterization. No character here gets the same pervasive treatment as did O-Dogg in Menace II Society, for example; many minor characters seem cardboard cutouts, and even Abberline and obligatory love interest (and historical Ripper victim) Mary Kelly (Heather Graham, finally coming up with a role with as much potential as the one she had in Drugstore Cowboy) don't really get the depth of character they deserve. The characters are all too readily predictable, and the snarkier part of my mind wants to lay that fault at the doorstep of Alan Moore; after all, the Hughes Brothers have a long-established track record of bringing characters to life.Which brings us to the other predictable element of the move: the plot. Even those unfamiliar with various Ripper hypotheses should be able to figure out who the Ripper is by halfway through the film, and the twist ending should be obvious even before the scene starts; despite this, Albert and Allen do have one last twist of the knife left for the penultimate scene. While the film doesn't resolve as satisfactorily as did Menace or Dead Presidents, Hollywood hasn't completely taken over the wunderkinder yet.It's certainly not the tour de force Menace II Society was, but From Hell is a surprisingly literate thriller in a year that's given us the usual Hollywood helping of mindless dreck; another pearl in the string that already holds Memento and The Others. Too bad it has to be cast among such swine as See Spot Run, Jurassic Park III, The Princess Diaries, etc. etc. ad nauseam. *** 1/2

WS W (it) wrote: (Wrong poster here. Anywaz.)I don't like any character of this one.

Becca W (gb) wrote: My favorite adaptation of the French novel Dangerous Liasons. Firth and Benning are wonderful.

Jennifer K (us) wrote: Love it!! Down to earth film!

Private U (jp) wrote: The cutest sci-fi movie ever. The star-shaped alien costumes.. If I had one, I'd never take it off. Not even to pee.

Jarryd R (kr) wrote: kool as i might wanna see lol of course i wanna see it

D M (kr) wrote: This may be the most stereotypical 80s cop action film (think Beverly Hills Cop, Lethal Weapon, 48 Hours). All the tropes are present here: a cop with relationship problems and a temper has a boss who wants to rein him in despite being close to breaking a case. Coach plays the stereotypical sleazeball bad guy. The Black copper takes down an evil White capitalist in the over-the-top style popular in films of the genre and time. Vanity was hot. Apollo Creed as a BAMF was cool to see, and I'd love to take acting lessons from him. I wish he would have ran for governor.

Aael G (mx) wrote: Why did they have to kill of johnny