Shin Jingi no Hakaba

Shin Jingi no Hakaba

A barkeeper saves a Yakuza boss' life and thus makes his way up in the organization. However his fear of nothing soon causes problems.

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Mike P (au) wrote: What we have here is a lame, unambitious attempt to create the atmosphere John Carpenter masterfully created with his 1982 remake of THE THING. This piece of hob wash doesn't even hold well to the slightly underrated premake of THE THING from a few years back. I say premake b/c its a prequel that masquerades as a sequel, but that another story. Blood Glacier is poorly dubbed instantly isolating me as an audience. The concept is fairly rich and at points early in the film made me think I was in for a treat. Unfortunately that novelty wears off before the half way point. The creature effects were substandard and hokey at best trying to take elements from ALIEN and various other creature features that don't hold any water. Unintentional laughs dominate this flick more so than any other facet. The opening monologue alone is totally forgotten and pointless. There is little tension if any involved in this movie. The creature effects are so bad that they actually feel outdated for the 1970s. Seriously this movie was an uninventive mess that left me salivating for Carpenter's THE THING. Hell even the premake....

Dillinger P (au) wrote: An interesting take on the documentary format, strong subject matter and good pacing make this a powerful film. However its stopped short by some cheesy artistic choices that take the viewer straight out of the experience.

Annabel N (gb) wrote: very cheesy. i was skipping the movie to the end. =p but i like the song: i'm walking on sunshine...

Eliabeth H (ru) wrote: Real life horror served in an irritating structure.

David S (fr) wrote: A great ensemble and witty/Sexy Beast-like dialogue make this an interesting watch but you can't help feeling that the whole thing would work better as a theatre production rather than a film. Still the cast are obviously enjoying playing with the script and characters and if the ending is a bit of a let down it can be forgiven for that. Not up to the standard of 'Sexy Beast' but worth checking out if you like films like that or plays like 'Mojo'.

Amanda H (gb) wrote: This is bleak, depressing and quite often unrealistic, but the characters are well developed and the drama is quite intense, so it's worth watching. I can't say I'd casually recommend this to just anyone as a form of light entertainment, but for what it is, it's a well-made film.

Sean G (br) wrote: Mike Epps, the worst stand up I've ever seen.

Annelies S (jp) wrote: The first movie I saw directed by Theo van Gogh, the man who was assassinated in a street on broad daylight almost five years ago.This was an interesting film and van Gogh doesn't disguise the language used. A lot of philosophy, brooding about life, useless conversations and a great plot end, one that I liked very much.Definitely worth a watch.

ChadPoop G (de) wrote: some cool sifi ideas, but fell to hold my attention near the end!!!

Shawn W (ca) wrote: Frank Davis has now devoted his life to helping to save other mutated newborns from infanticide. A very solid sequel. I thought the mutant baby sounds were excellent.

Ilja S (gb) wrote: You'll maybe enjoy it when you turn off your brain, and stuff so much popcorn into your face you won't care about the narration, because it is awful. The movie has some good ideas, and starts out pretty okay, but it only gtes worse from there. The only thing that work is clearly the only thing Emmerich cared about in this movie, the visuals.

Russ B (au) wrote: 6/26/2015: Love this movie! I crack up every time!

Tania A (ca) wrote: "A guy named Steve Rubell had a dream: To throw the best damned party the world had ever seen and to make it last forever. He built a world where fantasy was put up as reality and where an 80-year-old disco queen could dance till dawn. Where models mingled with mechanics, plumbers danced with princes. It was a place where all labels were left behind. A place where there were no rules." Not bad, not bad at all. It's hard not to enjoy a film that's constantly beaming cool seventies music into your brain. Nice work of Mike Meyers! Austin Pauwers is far away from this creepy, coke sniffing club manager. Sex, drugs and disco! Also credit to Ryan Phillippe as a naief young boy who wants to be rich and amous