The Kiyosu Conference

The Kiyosu Conference

After the forced suicide of Nobunaga Oda at the Incident at Honnō-ji, powerful figures Katsuie Shibata (Koji Yakusho), Hideyoshi Toyotomi (Yo Oizumi), Nagahide Niwa (Fumiyo Kohinata) and Tsuneoki Ikeda (Koichi Sato) meet to decide on a successor. The conference would become Japan's first group made political decision. The meeting was known as the Kiyosu Kaigi. --AsianWiki

After the forced suicide of Nobunaga Oda at the Incident at Honno-ji, powerful figures Katsuie Shibata, Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Nagahide Niwa and Tsuneoki Ikeda meet to decide on a successor. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Kiyosu Conference torrent reviews

Greg W (us) wrote: sorry saw the superior tom hanks version 'capt phillips' to this 1

Jason D (nl) wrote: Actually, I'm rather saddened by the fact that this movie has only a 28% approval rating, and will never play Vegas. As most of my family, friends, and associates know, I'm very much against Obama and how he has destroyed the 'hope' he promised 'Black Americans', and has divided the American Races even more. People who really know me, also know that I most definitely am NOT a 'Racist' simply because I'm against this man's Political Ideology (many Blacks are also against him for the same reason!). And in fact, I was raised appreciating Jazz & Motown music, from Ella Fitzgerald to Michael Jackson! I even went to the 'Blaxploitation Films' of the 70's, like 'Superfly' (and often I was the only white kid in the theatre - but I loved it, and loved embracing their culture). Today, of course, I have black friends in and outside the Entertainment Industry in which I was raised.And so, with my recent Political Postings against a certain Barack Hussein Obama, who has utterly destroyed the respect for the office of President of the United States, and set back racial equality & acceptance of one another hundreds of years... I say this:How DARE anyone call ME a Racist, simply because the Liberal/Progressive/Communists who are bent on destroying our country from within, say I am, because I oppose Dictatorship REGARDLESS of color... If anyone is a Racist, it's Obama himself, which will come to light fully someday, I'm certain.But I digress, and it appears that not many people care about this movie after all... I, for one, would actually like to see it. It just may be a poignant film designed to address REAL hope and change. Not just for Black Americans, but for all Americans!

Anthony T (us) wrote: Good heist movies are hard to come by this day and age. This is one of the better I have seen in a long time, and I do recommend it.

Tyler A (nl) wrote: kinda funny bit twisted, and a bit of a twist at end. but does she burn herself in the end u decide

Claudette M (gb) wrote: A graphic and extremely intriguing expos (C) on body modification from extreme piercing to plastics to tats. I'm learning lots! I can't stop watching!

Paul D (ag) wrote: No matter how many times I see this movie, I always have fun with it. As a long time fan of the video game series, I really appreciate how much it tried to be faithful to it. Sure they changed a few things, and it doesn't take itself seriously at all. Apparently most audiences did, because they bash this movie like crazy. Oh well, as far as video game movies go, this is one of my favorites. Too many haters.

Rea K (it) wrote: shallow ... just an ineffective manifest about relationship. even the erotism in the film didn't work out.

Private U (br) wrote: I...have...James Woods.

Patrick K (jp) wrote: Best exploding head scene of the 80's.

Bryan P (ca) wrote: Crawlspace sees the military head underground in the Australian desert to help in with scientists who have come under attack. Soon they discover the woman underground they discover is not all that she seems and one by one the squad gets smaller

Brendan S (au) wrote: Great concert footage with minimal interruption. If you're looking for a traditional documentary about the organization of the festival and a history of the acts, don't bother. This is just an unadulterated capturing of the audience and the bands, and Pennebaker does a great job with both. From the iconic burning of Hendrix's guitar and The Who's destructive onstage persona, to an awe-struck Mama Cass watching Janis Joplin belt out a souful tune, this movie has it all.

TitusandAmanda A (br) wrote: Soooo good. This is another adaptation of The Shop around the Corner. Go see it.

Nikhil M (fr) wrote: The script has some holes but in total, it still is likeable.

Andre C (gb) wrote: gotta love the ending window fall ... special effect goodness

Allan P (ru) wrote: This movie is a nice bit of fun with great special effects however, for a movie that is supposedly set inside the human body, you see very little of it. 95% of the movie focuses on crazy subplots involving a cowboy, a campy James Bond style villain whose base is the corner of a car park and Martin Short being Martin Short, which is mildly entertaining and charming but mostly feels like filler. The awesome scenes of inside the body is what really appeals, it's just a shame it only amounts to a couple of minutes of total screen time. The actors all have great chemistry and work well together but the awe and excitement of what could have been a more Fantastic Voyage like epic journey through uncharted and dangerous territory is replaced with all too familiar zaniness for it's own sake. But the little of the good stuff we do get is worth it so check it out, if you don't have Fantastic Voyage on hand.