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Gary M (ru) wrote: Like Ocean's 11. Gangnam style.
Hasan Q (it) wrote: "The Man with no Enemies is No Man to All!" - Largo
JY S (nl) wrote: Congratulations are in order to Go Ohara because Geisha vs Ninjas is a fighting success.75 minutes is all it takes for a geisha assassin to slice her way through adversary after adversary to avenge her father. Seriously, that's all there is to it. The story is thin, linear, and it constantly goes back and forth between fighting and walking. Actually, there is a little back story in between some of the fights, as well as some fade outs to help advance the story.The title is a bit deceiving because the opponents aren't all ninjas, but that shouldn't discourage because the variety of enemies is a welcome sight. The high abundance of action and choreography is great, while the sword play is fast and furious. There is even some wire-work involved.Minami Tsukui is believable with her stances and moves. As the film progresses she looks less like a geisha and more like a sexy female assassin. Then it starts raining and she is all wet and muddy. Nice. 99% of the rest of the cast are there to get in Minami's way.After everything that takes place in Geisha vs Ninjas, the ending seems a little drawn out, but that is one of the few disappointments of this low-budget movie. Enjoy.
kimi b (ca) wrote: Heartwrenching. Absolutely twisted my guts...so good i forgot i was reading subtitles.
Matthew H (us) wrote: December 9, 2005 After watching "Derailroaded," I knew I'd spent time with someone profoundly unique. If it's true the world only needs one of everyone, Larry "Wild Man" Fischer is the reason why. Such a statement isn't meant to sound derogatory. But those who recall Larry during his tumultuous life can attest to how much of a handful he can be. Heck, even I can verify it, and all I've done is watch the documentary.[/color] [color=wheat]If the filmmakers - Josh Rubin and Jeremy Lubin - like delving into the extreme and bizarre, Larry's their man, a paranoid-schizophrenic who experiences waves of manic depression and hallucinations, manifesting people who are out to get him. At one point, he suspects Steven Spielberg. Poor Larry walks back and forth in his aunt's house, living and sleeping in filth. He cares for his aunt's dog and only recently returned from elusive traveling. Nowadays, Larry seems harmless, but at 16 he was institutionalized for nearly stabbing his mother with a knife. When released, he wandered around Los Angeles where the streets became his personal concert venue, singing uninhibitedly and from the heart. He earned the nickname "Wild Man" and developed a cult following in the outsider music genre, which, we're told, involves singers with no professional training and rocking on whim. Larry must have done something right, though, since he cut his first album with Frank Zappa. Maybe you've heard his famous Rhino Records theme or passionate "Merry-Go-Round" song. It's not exactly pleasing to the ears, but it is catchy. Rubin and Lubin's documentary reveals an incorrigible and insatiable man. Hitherto "Derailroaded," I'd never heard of him, but the film is a testament to how one person can lead an amazing life through unconventional means. How many people can say they've appeared on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in"? Or was the subject of his own comic book? And made it on the Top 50 charts in England and sang a duet with Rosemary Clooney? Interviews from Larry's family, Frank and Gail Zappa, Weird Al Yankovic (who swears he's not trying to kill Larry), and Dr. Demento provide compelling history on a man who lives by never losing his pep. I'm glad I got a chance to meet Larry. While I'll probably never know him personally, his story contains the kind of nuance and poignancy that only real life can provide. But what is real life, after all, to someone like Larry? Only at the very end of the movie did I see how he went "off the track." Everything else was an adventure. For him, because he lived it. For us, because we got to see and hear about it.
Kadie V (gb) wrote: A good movie about effed up people. Makes you glad that you aren't in foster care, and if you are, I'm sorry. But HAY it's a good movie and I watch it a lot.
James B (ru) wrote: Fantastic movie.....
maricela t (nl) wrote: i would love to see it. scary movies are my favorite
Denise A (it) wrote: A must see MOVIE! So funny!
Anthony V (it) wrote: Someone gave this to me for free. I still want my money back.
Scott G (au) wrote: One of the worst video game made into a film. It just sucks big time. The film didn't kill Jolie's career like I thought it did, but it did hurt it for a while. The dumbest thing in the film is when she punched the shark. How Roger Ebert like this is beyond me.