Bunshinsaba

Bunshinsaba

A novel writer discovers that her husband is released from prison and is after her and her son soon she takes a hideout in an old house where mysterious events begin to happen.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
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Joanna B (br) wrote: There back! Without sounding profoundly cynical, when something that started as a desperate last hurrah for the Hollywood's geriatric arsekickers becomes a Box office smash and new franchise vehicle for near comatose ultra-macho stereotypes, all you can do is shrug your shoulders and enjoy the silly fun aboard the escapist rollercoaster of action.Reassembled under a single banner for yet another ballsy testosterone-fuelled adventure full of bulging biceps, bombastic bazookas and a stupendously high body count, Sylvester Stallone (66), Arnold Schwarzenegger (65), Bruce Willis (57), Dolph Lundgren (55), Jet Li (49), Randy Couture (49), Jason Statham (45) and Terry Crews (44) are joined by veterans Chuck Norris (72) and Jean-Claude Van Damme (52) and rookie Liam Hemsworth (22) in a wildly preposterous and cringe-corny offering, where its only recommendation is that it is marginally better to its 2010 predecessor. Commissioned three months before the first installments release, the Expendables success proved Stallone's idea worked but took itself just a little too seriously under his direction. Enthusiastically welcoming Con Air Director Simon West, Expendables 2 understands its place as a ham-fisted, tongue-in-cheek blast that pokes fun at its mature-aged tough-guy hunks that play almost caricatures of their infamous selves to capitalize on audience nostalgia. Don't worry about the plot, they sure didn't. As expected the storyline is completely incidental and irrelevant to high octane havoc, but it better be touched on all the same. After an exquisitely over the top opening sequence, where the fearless expendable pack of mercenaries and their catchphrase ornamented armored vehicles of mass destruction scream into a Nepalese village to dispatch legions of solders and rescue an unlikely allies, Ross (Stallone) and his crew are ready for some down time. The mandatory rest period is interrupted however when CIA agent Mr. Church (Bruce Willis) reminds Ross about an unpaid debt and the gang is conscripted to a seemingly simple extraction job and forced to accept the unwelcomed assistance of code-breaker Maggie (Nan Yu). When one of their colleagues is cruelly murdered by the villainous Jean Vilain (Jean Claude Van Dame), with the odds stacked against them the hired guns negligently enter hostile Russian territory in single minded revenge mode.Using brute force and zigzagging path of destruction through unfamiliar and raw land, the crew attempt to foil Vilain's plans of extracting five tons of weapons-grade plutonium from its concealed underground location and maintain the delicate balance of power in the world. With the help of a few lone friends, can they terminate Vilain? (ok, a stretching pun) Flexing their still surprisingly taut muscles, the Kings of the '80's action workhorses unite in a genuine show of camaraderie. Rattling off an never ending barrage of self-deprecating and pricelessly cheeky one-lines in a mlange of undecipherable accents; the mono-syllabic Muscles-from-Brussels, the resonant boom of the Austrian Oak, the snarl of The Siberian Bull and the graveled drawl of The Italian Stallion, It's a veritable field-day for quote lovers.Sidestepping the need for a spoiler alert, a collective of well-known quotes range from 'I can't get it up' to 'Track 'em, find 'em, kill 'em' and even 'If I don't get this back, you're terminated.' the fast and thick retorts are well timed. As Willis finally puts his foot down claiming "You've been back enough. I'll be back," Arnie's grinning reply "Yippee-ki-yay" is nothing less than perfect.The Verdict: Bones may creak, hair plugs may be viable, skin may look like boot leather and their grandchildren may be old enough to see their movies unaccompanied, but these guys still have it; but what it is may be questionable. All I can say, without a shadow of a doubt ''They'll be back" and next-time will Seagal relent and round out the male pattern badness. A guilty pleasure if there ever was one.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 07/09/2012

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Adam B (es) wrote: toback's mean streets. bizarrely under-the-radar movie. compelling character study of violent pianist. and so, so strange. keitel's raging bull.

Dr F P (mx) wrote: I know a lot of people are praising the animation here but personally i found the style grated on my eyes. Perhaps not the characters themselves, but i found the backgrounds terrible looking, it seemed grainy and dull, this is most probably on purpose but individually i found it difficult to appreciate. I'm not bashing the ACTUAL animation at all, i know it takes a lot of hard work to create one. Other than that i really enjoyed the story of the three different Batwomen, it definitely kept me guessing.