Zatoichi and the Chest of Gold
Zatoichi is mistaken for a thief. To clear his name he must find and defeat the real villain.
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Cody M (mx) wrote: Metallica's live show is incredible, accompanied by an interesting and thrilling narrative.
Jacksob M (br) wrote: i hated hated hated this movie
Alexander B (au) wrote: 2012, is a long film that has a poorly written script and has way too much stuff happening at the same time that it becomes a film not worth watching. But, it does have some thrilling scenes that sort of help this terrible film...
Canem C (au) wrote: a unique story about ww2, touching and sad, still hopeful and beautifully told, wonderfully acted. costumes and settings are really good too.
Tim W (au) wrote: Crap-O-Rama I'm so proud I stock it.Fuad Ramses III descendant of a serial killer returns to the scene of the crime and sets up a catering buiness. He is soon under the power of acient Egyptian God, So of cause he must kill and serve up local women as finger food. Favorite line has to be "Oh God, I mean Oh Ishtar"Watch this if you can enjoy nudity and plenty of gore!
A L (ca) wrote: What starts out as something of a parody of generic kid's films, James and the Giant Peach grows into a wildly creative, shoddily plotted, yet all around average animated flick.
Sue B (mx) wrote: Great scenery, stupid Hollywood plot. No need to have an American in this film, sorry.
Lucas M (us) wrote: Raunchy, absurd, and wooden dialogue make this a certified B-Movie that will humor up any day.
Gloria B (fr) wrote: Our annual Thanksgiving movie. Grwat for the whole family.
Andrew P (kr) wrote: Not as much of a classic as Savage Steve's "Better Off Dead," but a well acted and enjoyable film nonetheless.
Kevin R (ag) wrote: Needed to be just a little funnier/risque to be great. An average romantic comedy which is greatly helped by Veronica Lake in my opinion.
Adrian B (jp) wrote: Pretty good action comedy starring an impressive Duane Johnson and Christopher Walken
John T (gb) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Rollerball goes wrong in almost every single area. The plot (what there is of one) is bad (or baffling might be a better word). The acting is bad. Chris Klein is not a leading man and his performance was tepid at best. LL Cool J seems vaguely lost in his role as Jonathan's sidekick. Rebecca Romijn-Stamos flits through half of the film with a bad Eastern European accent and a helmet over her head. Jean Reno came off as nothing more than a caricature of corrupt Central Asian warlord. The editing is a textbook case of how not to edit a movie. It was an incoherent collection of random and rapid fire shots, sometimes repeated in slow motion for needless emphasis, that amount to a number of muddled and disjointed action scenes. In the original, we understood how the game worked on a circular track. In the remake, there's a track that crosses at points like a figure eight, but because we're never shown an entire "play" in this game, we never understand the inner workings, so it's like watching a sports highlight film for a sport we've never seen before. At no point during the film are we ever shown a score for a game. There were three games played in the film, but we were never told what the score is not through the incredibly annoying announcer or through graphics. If the score doesn't matter, the characters have nothing invested in the outcome of the game and the audience is not liable to care. Moreover, this film failed to duplicate one of the best aspects of the original: hearing the sounds made by the athletes, fans and motorcycles during competition. Instead we are subjected to blaring rock music that distracted from the thrill of competition. The only good thing about the soundtrack is that it drowns out the inane dialogue. The original Rollerball had the struggle of wills between Jonathan E and Mr. Bartholomew as its underlying theme, but this film has no such subtext; leaving only a ridiculous plotline plainly obvious to the viewer. This raises the question: why remake this? If you're going to remake a movie, there should be some kind of compelling reason to remake it such as a new take on the original story or improved special effects based on today's technology to take the concept further. There is nothing about this movie that I can recommend to anyone.