Vampire Hunter D

Vampire Hunter D

In a far-future time ruled by the supernatural, a young girl requests the help of a vampire hunter to kill the vampire who has bitten her and thus prevent her from becoming a vampire herself.

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Robert v (es) wrote: So bad it is absolutely not worth reviewing. Not the director, nor the writers, nor the actors should ever be allowed to work again. No stars.

Leonard D (ca) wrote: Tina Fey is hot, but that's about it!

Supriya I (es) wrote: awesome movie love mahesh!

Nate C (es) wrote: Really good. Very well put together. Drew a lot of parallels to my own life. Really enjoyed it.

Demonic N (fr) wrote: OOOOH SOunds good :P

Dave H (mx) wrote: Not as funny as I hoped considering the talent involved. Perhaps the satire of stage ego is sharper than the satire of Nazism (both easy targets, but espec the latter!), this film (while wonderfully droll) has a foreboding/threatening vibe that belies the slapstick farcical elements. That's not a bad thing, you know? Actually the film this MOST brought to mind was Inglourious Basterds!!! Both enjoyable and interesting, and definitely worth another look one day.

Walter M (nl) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Odd Obsession," Kenji Kenmochi(Ganjiro Nakamura) is worried about not being able to please his younger wife, Ikuko(Machiko Kyo), sexually anymore, now that he is getting older. One possible solution he has is to use Dr. Kimura(Tatsuya Nakadai) as a focus for his jealousy. Complicating matters is that Dr. Kimura is treating Kenji, while trying to keep it secret from his wife, so as not to worry her. Complicating matters even further, is that Kimura is hoping to marry Toshiko(Junko Kano), his grown daughter...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Directed by Kon Ichikawa, "Odd Obsession" is a perversely satisfying morality tale. As with any movie of this subgenre, there is a line that is crossed, in this case it involves desire. While it is not wrong for Kenji to want to satisfy his wife, he also has to remember that growing old is a natural part of life and it is best to do so gracefully. Remember that this movie was made long before the invention of Viagra but practically foresees one of the more popular uses of the internet.[/font]

Perrine B (it) wrote: Touched by death. Changed by life.George est un medium efficace qui a dcid de ne plus faire de consultations malgr un grand succs, pour tenter de vivre une vie normale. Marie est une journaliste franaise qui ne parvient pas se dtacher de son exprience o elle a frl la mort aprs un tsunami. Le jeune Marcus tente de trouver un moyen pour communiquer avec son frre jumeau dcd dans un accident. Trois destins en lien avec l'au-del...Clint Eastwood tente un autre registre et nous parle de la vie aprs la mort via 3 personnages impacts de manire diffrente par cette dernire. Chaque histoire est bien traite et intressante, on compatit pour chacun. C'est plutt la runion de ces 3 histoires ( la toute fin du film !) qui ne m'a pas vraiment convaincue. Rsultat global moyen.

Peter P (it) wrote: I really enjoyed watching this, DC Animation is just so much better than Marvels. Never read the story it was based on but I want to now, my only problem, not enough Batman or Flash, but when they were on screen they were great.

Nico B (us) wrote: A pretty well realised movie on this dark ages that were the Crusades & all the absurdities they engaged. Even if sometimes Bloom seems little expressive, the rest of the cast is well on place (special mention to Norton & Green amazing as always & Massoud greatly interpreting Saladin), the images are nice and even if it doesn't feel as epic as a LOTRO 3 or Gladiator, its message of peace & tolerance makes it a cool movie to watch (but not the best nor the most must-see of R.Scott).

Mark B (ca) wrote: well since hauntings have taken place in almost every setting possible why not have one at a spa .. oh the 80s and the aerobic trend..not bad a few twist and turns but doesnt have the charm of killer workout