Farmer Abare Goemon is confronted by brigand-like samurai. He raises an army of farmers to fight them and does so brilliantly. When Lord Asakura sees the success Goemon has achieved, he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Farmer Abare Goemon is confronted by brigand-like samurai. He raises an army of farmers to fight them and does so brilliantly. When Lord Asakura sees the success Goemon has achieved, he ...
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L R (nl) wrote: A superb and haunting modern classic.
Julia P (ru) wrote: A refreshing mix of raunch and coming of age that somehow reminds me of Fast Times. Not to mention Hader's performance was wonderful as per usual.
Robert H (es) wrote: Takashi Miike has crafted yet another samurai gem, but one with a more dramatic bent. Everything about this movie is fantastic, from the sets and costumes, to the cinematography and acting. The only quibble I have is that takes a mite too long to get to the finale, but oh what a finale it was. The build-up of tension and the flashback structure are what ultimately make this movie so great. Not only that, but the themes explored are also worth paying attention to, making this somewhat of an "anti-samurai" movie. Definitely for fans of Japanese cinema, but really any self-respecting cinephile should see this.
Herschel J (ca) wrote: Columbiana touched on every cinematic level. This action packed movie about a little Columbian girl Cattleya played by Zoe Saldana, who avenged her parents death. In doing so death followed her as well. This was a bitter sweet story that proves love, and determination comes in many sizes and should never be under estimated. Zoe's performance was passionate and powerful. This action packed film will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Mark R (kr) wrote: Robert Downey and Jude law play an amazing Sherlock and Watson! They made this sequel just as awesome as the first
Josh T (au) wrote: Great movie that effectively shows both sides of the abortion debate. I don't think that the message it gave out was biased. It gets the information out in the open and lets the viewer decide for himself what he supports.
Larry C (us) wrote: This is a horrible sad depressing movie. There can be no winner in this awful movie. Why do people make creepy movies like this. Almost 90 % of movies are not worth watching and this is much worse than others.
Breey (ca) wrote: Seen half of it but well it was good
Robert H (fr) wrote: Somewhat cute and romantic.
Al P (br) wrote: I found it amusing and worth watching. It is a comedy, but also somewhat of a drama. I've already watched it 3 times and will probably watch it again sometime. If a man is secure in his identity he's not going to be upset because some people think he's gay.
Ryan C (jp) wrote: The message is clear, intense and important while Denzel and Hanks deliver fantastic performances while dealing with a very important social issue.
Luca C (ag) wrote: E' stato definito il film perfetto e probabilmente lo .
Matthew D (us) wrote: Great score and...that's about it.
James E (es) wrote: Don Knotts made this movie ... awesome... Herbie in love .. LOL.. lots of inspiration for Pixar's "Cars". Good to see Dean Jones back too!
Ken S (it) wrote: This "film" is technically the last Marx Brothers film, if you can call a film that features very few scenes in which they interact a Marx film. This started out life as a solo vehicle for Harpo, but it was decided the other two were needed to make this bankable at all. So Chico is shoehorned in, and Groucho has scenes that seem like an afterthought. I think at this point Groucho was already doing "You Bet Your Life" on NBC, and he probably had scheduling conflicts. Marilyn Monroe has an early film appearance here..which amounts to her walking in, delivering a line, and leaving. She gets high billing on video releases purely because of who she became. This has some good Harpo stuff, but not enough to save it, and not more than you can find in other, better Marx films.
RODNEY G (us) wrote: A GOOD STORY , WAS A LITTLE SLOW IN GETTING ME TO CARE ABOUT THE MAN