After Zatoichi learns of his sensei's murder he uncovers a horrible conspiracy involving the local government and crime family.
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dan u (br) wrote: This movie started good, but then, it got quite boring and pretty unrealistic!!But I have to say I really liked the character of Lama Norbu! Thats someone I would like to meet in my real life!
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Isadore H (ag) wrote: Where the Wild Things Are is a beautifully told story featuring a troubled boy who runs away from his family and stumbles across odd and strangely charming creatures. I read the source material only once as a child and I honestly didn't remember much from it, but the film did an excellent job of being heartfelt and not too corny at the same time. I absolutely loved the visuals in this one, they were all unique and very well done. The acting was superb, espically from the boy, Max. I think audiences might have had a hard time accepting this one as easily as the critics did because the film takes itself much more seriously than any film based off a children's book really should, but I found it to be both fascinating and uncompromisingly blunt in its overall message. Filled with heartwarming moments, and a simple, yet strong story at its core, Where the Wild Things Are is a film I am glad I saw.