An retired yakuza is caught in the middle of a growing conflict between two rival clans.
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Francisco S (nl) wrote: Well acted, some twists and turns, interesting, but worst than first
David M (mx) wrote: Dark, psychological, enigmatic well made horror movie with an ending that leaves many questions.
Steve S (gb) wrote: to be honest, i just rented this for billy zane, but nothing special from him either
Nick A (ca) wrote: The movie is dark, ghetto and drugrelated, and it sure tells you that the world isn't all rays of sunshine. I expected nothing, and got a lot more than I came for. DMX as a narrator, that works. That's credible. I also didn't have problems with the acting, apart from the bodyguard characters.
Josh M (jp) wrote: This a go-to movie , that I can watch once a year, but always seem as Fresh as the first time I watched it, it just seems like it will never get old.
Carol H (nl) wrote: This isn't a bad film, but I wouldn't call it great. The musical numbers are good, don't get me wrong. But the acting is average and the script is so-so. I'd like to see the stage version of "Newsies"; it sounds better than the movie.
Nandi C (es) wrote: Ally Sheedy plays this rich girl gone bad, who somehow gets changed into a poor one and has to find a job to support herself. Intersting flick.
Grant S (it) wrote: Veteran British espionage agent Alec Leamas is ready to quit the espionage game and take on a desk job, to"come in out of the cold". He is given one last mission, and it's an incredibly dangerous and complex one. By posing as a disillusioned former British agent he is to be recruited by the East German secret police, in the hope of planting seeds of doubt as to the loyalty of its head. The stakes are high and the risks great.Great cold war spy drama, based on the John le Carre novel. Slow-burning and very complex plot. The tension builds well and it becomes a great cerebral exercise. Not much action but that is not a bad thing - it's all about the subterfuge, and what subterfuge it is.Certainly not a pro-West propaganda exercise either - both sides come away looking rather treacherous and villainous. Solid performance by Richard Burton in the lead role. Pretty much the kind of role that suits him perfectly, i.e. that of an intense, drunk cynic. Good support from Claire Bloom.