Three Resurrected Drunkards
Three students spend their holidays at the seaside where they are mistaken for Koreans, a minority which is looked down on in Japan. The action develops into a crime story.
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Andy L (de) wrote: 65 points. Romance drama but no kiss scence ar...haha
Thomas A (fr) wrote: "Moss" is perhaps among the best sinister Korean thriller of all time. While in the first 30 mins or so one may be tempted to think of it as the Korean take of the film noir genre, "Moss" really isn't a noir. The sheer length of 2 hours and 35 mins in total (as opposed to most thrillers that often try to condense it to less than 2 hours) enables it to explore all the themes of secrecy, betrayal, and hypocrisy that runs deep within all of the characters. And the ending comes with a twist, which is sort of an irony somehow.
Carlos M (ru) wrote: As much as I hate "Big Man Japan", I hate this film even more. The film practically has 2 seperate plots, with the 1st leading to the 2nd. It's effects are cheesy and crappy, it's actors are terrible in films, and while I don't know a thing about Fever Dreams Production, I know a thing or 2 about films, and this is no film. THIS...IS...S**T!
Eliabeth R (br) wrote: Interesante pelcula basada en hechos reales donde tratan el conflicto israel-palestino, impresionante el ver que somos totalmente ignorantes al respecto as como mudos e indiferentes ante el terrorismo y los abusos que suceden en otro continente, recomendable
James H (ca) wrote: Very low budget but it does a good job with what they had to work with. Reasonably convincing, it has a great pace and it never bored me. The acting is only fair though. The plot has enough twists to keep you guessing.
Andrew P (ca) wrote: nice amount of action and drama the story was bland seen it done so many times but fight scenes are something to be amazed about it has visceral look and feel
Seth F (gb) wrote: I see your Schwartz is as big as mine... Now let's see how well you Handle it...
Niklas S (us) wrote: I can see the charm that sourounds this movie but I don't know if I'm totally sold on it. I love the vigilante genre and you would think that this would be the ultimate one considering the title. I think we should dub "Man on Fire" as the king of this genre.
michael b (ca) wrote: dripping with cheesey goodness
Bill M (au) wrote: 1st Criterion Samurai disappointment as the in between fights and music just were unbearable.
Joey K (de) wrote: Absolutely brilliant from start to finish. Elevator to the Gallows takes a familiar narrative and revitalizes it with plot twists and an excess of noir style. Not to mention an unforgettable score by the legendary Miles Davis. Malle's direction and Dacae's cinematography infuse ETTG's Parisian setting with suspense and suspicion. As in any good noir, we're rooting for characters who are duplicitous murderers. And we want them to get away with it. I absolutely loved this film. It's elaborately crafted and efficiently told, while maintaining the freshness of the French New Wave. Elevator to the Gallows stands the test of time and ranks among the best of film noir.
Sebastian C (fr) wrote: Lo nico bueno es la cancin en los cr (C)ditos
Derrick M (ca) wrote: A few good ideas and a good enough film
Diane J (au) wrote: Solid debut film for writer/director/producer. In limited release, so look for it and spread the word!