Anatomia Extinction

Anatomia Extinction

Independent film from 1995 that "Tokyo Gore Police" is based on. Nishimura's debut film.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:54 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   mouse,   rat,  

Independent film from 1995 that "Tokyo Gore Police" is based on. Nishimura's debut film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shaun B (br) wrote: Entertaining mockumentary.

David D (fr) wrote: Very good anime. Japanese but set in Nineteenth Century England, during the great London Exposition. An excellent example of steampunk fiction in an anime format. Quite entertaining.

Amanda R (jp) wrote: The only reason this movie even gets a ten is for being awesomely bad. Definately a reason to laugh.

Craig C (gb) wrote: Technical prowess can't make up for a preposterous script. Wildly over hyped.

Gaynor O (jp) wrote: only for , jon bon jovi bieng innit....

The M (kr) wrote: Richard Pryor is the bomb, y'all..

Matthew G (it) wrote: A friend once told me the celebrity I most resembled was Marie Dressler. I took it, ruefully, as a compliment. Dressler's acting style was heavily influenced by the traditions of vaudeville and silent film melodrama and may seem quaint 80 years later, but I defy anyone to say she didn't earn her Oscar with the last close-up of this film, in which she wordlessly communicates a complex sequence of emotions that form a kind of epilogue to the movie.Also interesting to me: The relationship between Min and Bill, which seems both romantic and innocent, as if they were childhood sweethearts who grew old without ever developing their romance. I love the knock-down drag-out they have towards the middle of the film. I'd like to learn more about Marjorie Rambeau, too.

Larence P (nl) wrote: Gandhi would be proud

Matt A (au) wrote: Slower than I had anticipated and way more gruesome, but ultimately effective.

Frdric H (us) wrote: a good action movie but somewhat predictable

Jessica D (us) wrote: Great film. Benicio is amazing.