Yagyû bugeichô

Yagyû bugeichô

In the Tokugawa Era, the clan of Lord Yagyu has hidden away three scrolls containing clan secrets which, if revealed, would cause revolution and disaster for the clan. The information is ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:109 minutes
  • Release:1957
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Yagyû bugeichô torrent reviews

Corrie F (gb) wrote: I have genuine feelings for Hannah Hart

lucy w (ca) wrote: Despite some unlikely plot elements - the inutility of police officers, for example, that despite all the subtle clues can't find the real "criminal" -, this film is a tense, dark and very uncomfortable thriller, thanks to, particularly, Luis Tosar's chilling and haunting performance. His cold and inhumane psychopath, incapable of feeling happiness, is the one of the major highlights in this horror movie; intensified by Balaguer's objective and suspenseful direction. The ending is all the more unpleasant, leaving a sour taste in the mouth. Recommended.

Sandy B (es) wrote: wouldn't recommend eating while watching it but not bad if you like horror movies. on Netflix instant

FiV (kr) wrote: Soooo creeepy. Soooo addictive. Must be the first time ever I actually enjoyed a doll film, but I completely agree with everyone else - this was so excruciatingly perfectionist, it'd be hard to not appreciate it. However, this is definitely a niche film and unless you know what you're getting into, you might be completely turned off.

Rayan R (nl) wrote: visually stunning but plot could've been much better.

preema p (nl) wrote: this movie is great and amazingly funny to

Libby B (es) wrote: I love just about anything with John Cusack in it. He is too cute.

Ben B (gb) wrote: Poor acting, and while it's a somewhat interesting plot, it's not very well pulled off.

Alex G (br) wrote: A wonderfully original and entertaining look into what a live-action Hanna Barbera (Flinstones with dinosaurs instead of humans) movie would be if it presented with a PLEASANTVILLE story-line. There is nothing like this movie--and I mean that in the best way possible. It is a gem of a kid's movie packed with bizarre adult themes and an uncontrollable imagination.

Erin O (ca) wrote: '50s melodrama. If you're in the right mood, you might enjoy it.

Andres G (jp) wrote: A movie to forget with predictable plot and quite under the average performances from Cusack and Akerman.

John C (nl) wrote: With a very complex story and plenty of surrealistic imagery, it seems to me that this is one of the first if not THE first of the very strange films from the 80's that was meant for kids.

Bradley J (mx) wrote: David Fincher crafts another well-made serial killer thriller, but instead of the typical thrills associated with these films, we get a very talkative but engrossing mystery. Of course, the film is based on a true story. A case when the killer was never truly caught. This means that the ending is rather anti-climactic as it should probably be. The film doesn't make for the most satisfying film, unlike Fincher's other serial killer Seven. The cast is fantastic,except for a rather unfortunate lack of female characters, with Chloe Sevigny sleep walking through a poorly written part. Zodiac isn't Fincher's best film but it is mature, and solid filmmaking. Rating: 72

Marvin D (gb) wrote: a treat to the eyes. M.Hulot bumbles his way over an industrialized community in this wonderful comedy.

Robin M (ru) wrote: One of the best wartime made movies

Brandon W (ca) wrote: Even when Quentin Tarantino is an executive producer of Hostel, I still was skeptic on seeing it after watching Cabin Fever, but it's better then I thought was going to be, but it's not a masterpiece or anything. The writing is better, and the acting is a bit better too. The effects look even better than Cabin Fever, since it's by the same people. The characters are nothing special as usual in Eli Roth films, but in this film, they're not as mean spirited as the characters in Cabin Fever. The plot is nonexistence in this, and is more of an excuse to get to the torture porn scenes. It's a little funnier, and it gets more entertaining when it gets to the last 20 minutes of the film. So while Hostel is better than Cabin Fever, it's a very flawed movie that seems like he's just going to make horror films that are only style over substance.