Death Kappa

Death Kappa

When military experiments go haywire and trigger an atomic bomb, the consequences are of epic proportions. A monster arrives in the midst of the nuclear fallout, and Japan's defenses are helpless against it. Mankind's only savior is an irradiated water goblin from Japanese folklore called the "Death Kappa". The two rival monsters must go head-to-head in the ultimate battle between good and evil!

The kappa, in Japanese folklore, are water goblins that are closely associated with a certain town in the country. Unfortunately, the area is also home to a militant splinter group of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ramses C (us) wrote: Interesante y emotivo documental, que va mas alla de las entrevistas con analisis y revelaciones (de parte de sus protagonistas) que lo hacen entretenido y conmovedor al mismo tiempo.Muy buena.

Steven L (ag) wrote: It wasn't very good, it could have been way better.

John R (ag) wrote: While the tragic death of the hippie chick annoyed me, I was impressed on the robot shark used in the film and the acting wasn't that bad. The robot shark is also the first free roaming robot ever made. Not bad for a shark film.

Courtney G (ru) wrote: It was just a little too weird for me. I only really appreciated when the one character said at the end that people don't change and they may think they do but they really don't. I like when movies put in insightful and philosophical lines like that.

Dann M (fr) wrote: "You hear a phone ring and it could be anybody. But a ringing phone has to be answered, doesn't it?" Extremely intense and suspenseful, Phone Booth is a gripping psychological thriller from director Joel Schumacher. When a publicist named Stu Shepard answers a random call while in a phone booth he's taken hostage by a sharpshooter who's intent on forcing him to come clean of the lies he tells. Colin Farrell and Kiefer Sutherland both give excellent performances that are really powerful; particularly Sutherland, who brings a real malevolence and sinister edge to his character. And Schumacher uses an interesting directing style with split screens and picture-in-picture that creates an immersive experience. Incredibly gritty and provocative, Phone Booth is an exciting film that's extraordinarily compelling.

Private U (us) wrote: now I find cheese to be a good thing. Some people may beg to differ. But their dooooomed!

Jamie C (ag) wrote: Good funny crime comedy, Better than the critics are saying, Nothing new but Jims humour keeps it fresh.

Eytan D (gb) wrote: What's missing from "Martin" is director Romero's signature social commentary. It is a poorly acted film in some spots. But the strength of "Martin" lies in the execution of its story. The question of whether or not the title character is an actual vampire is never fully answered, and that leaves the viewer with a thought-provoking, gory, and highly orginal vampire movie unlike any other. Is it George Romero's best film? Certainly not; "Night of the Living Dead" still holds that title. But is it one of his most interesting ones? It certainly is.

Luisa H (gb) wrote: quieren morirse de la risa mirenla

Private U (ca) wrote: nowhere near its potential after seeing Chicago. love Ginger Rogers, she's too funny, but i've heard every line before

Spencer B (ca) wrote: Its Tom Cruise. So you'll at least be entertained.

Ruth B (es) wrote: love this movie, the script is excellent.