Before the Vigil
Matsuoi (Hiroshi Abe) and his wife Tsuya moved to Oshima City because of her unpredictable character. Even though Tsuya continues to have affairs, Matsuoi loves her and is a devoted husband. Tsuya is then diagnosed with a cancer and later goes into a coma. Matsuoi then thinks of his wife's lovers. Matsui goes to those men and informs them of Tatsuya's condition. The other women in the lives of those men are shocked and begin to re-examine their views of their men.
- Stars:Hiroshi Abe, Jun Fubuki, Yûichi Haba, Gorô Kishitani, Kyôko Koizumi, Shiori Kutsuna, Yôko Maki, Kento Nagayama, Maho Nonami, Keiko Oginome, Eiji Okuda, Tomoko Tabata, Ikkei Watanabe, Shinobu Ôtake,
- Director:Isao Yukisada,
- Writer:Areno Inoue (based on the novel by), Chihiro Itô (screenplay)
Matsuoi (Hiroshi Abe) and his wife Tsuya moved to Oshima City because of her unpredictable character. Even though Tsuya continues to have affairs, Matsuoi loves her and is a devoted husband. Tsuya is then diagnosed with a cancer and later goes into a coma. Matsuoi then thinks of his wife's lovers. Matsui goes to those men and informs them of Tatsuya's condition. The other women in the lives of those men are shocked and begin to re-examine their views of their men. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Before the Vigil torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: The film is seen as the main venue of the first part, like Brazil, but now mostly reflected spectacular rainforests.The film is raised in regard to the protection of the rain forest.In spite of the spectacular and colorful scenery of the plot does not rise the level of the first movie.An example could be that the in-law and father in law difficult initial ratio is so exhausted.Many of the sympathetic animal characters are a plus, but not the main character, namely stuttering accustomed to urban life parrot.
(us) wrote: Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa is a non-canon continuation of the smash-hit 2003 Anime Series Fulmetal Alchemist.As the first Anime series diverged from the plot of the Manga at about the mid-point, a fuller and more solid ending was needed for the story, which came in the way of this movie.When you're reviewing Anime movies, there's varied things you should take into consideration, I'm not going to list them off here, only to say that for almost everything was improved on the series. I still love Vic and Aaron working off each other as the Brothers Elric, the rest of the cast again do their best jobs, but as I'll explain below, some barely had anything to do in this movie.The only downside to this movie-and it's a small one-is the plot, I know that saying the plot being a little underwhelming isn't a hard thing to say these days, but when you put the brilliant story crafted from an already brilliant story-and in all honesty, when compared to the 2009/Manga plot, a lot of people prefer the 2003 Anime story-against Nazi's invading Amestris to find the true home of the Ayran Race, it seems like a cop-out. I'm not saying the story is bad, no, it's good, it's just miles less than the plot of the 2003 series.If you're new to FMA(and honestly, if you are, you're missing out-BIG TIME, go see either series right NOW!) then I'd seriously consider saying give this a miss until you've seen the original series, same goes if you've only seen the 2009 series, won't make a lick of sense to you from that perspective, but if you've just seen the original Anime series, want to learn what happens after episode 51, watch this and be prepared to have a fun hour and half.
(de) wrote: I watched it in open air movie show by Scarborough Film Festival. Amazing Experience.
(jp) wrote: very real life story about a couple getting married one for the green card,the other for a flat.gerard depardieu and andie mcdowell are perfect for their roles and put in really cool performances.great screenplay and real editing work.love depardieu and his awkward ways
(kr) wrote: karen silkwood's interesting story
(mx) wrote: hopkin's great. mckellan unwatchable
(us) wrote: Dull, not half as good as "Zulu"
(mx) wrote: You've gotta love the lunk, another fight show with a big heart, one-man show as Stallone wrote, directed, acted, and sang the theme song in his first followup to Rocky. This time the story's based around three Italian brothers and their attempts to make money out of the youngest's wrestling ability. With Terry Funk (champion westler, see Beyond The Mat for more details) and Tom Waits in his film debut as the piano-playing Mumbles...so no typecasting there then. Surprisingly enjoyable, especially If you like 70's films in general, Rocky in particular or wrestling in the rain.
(us) wrote: The premise: A man buys a winning lottery ticket but dies shortly before the number is revealed. His son and wife discover the ticket was buried with him so they exhume the body. What follows is a rather grisly curse which, in turn, results in a series of cruel acts. The premise and makeup are worth it but the supporting cast and the dialogue are very much in line with Bela Lugosi movies.
(ag) wrote: Classic film love it and grew up with it..... how old am I? love it when the little lad says ' your not jesus, your just a fella'!!!!:)
(ca) wrote: good soundtrack and nice acting.not the best film-noir i have seen but still a good one.
(mx) wrote: Loved it. Watched it twice which is rare for me.
(au) wrote: hrmmm, what to say about death spa? well there were boobs 5 minutes and 20 seconds into the movie (i timed how long THAT would take) a bit of eye poking and other gore scenes..but overall not that great...it may work as a midnight movie if nothing else is on and you love 80's cheese!