Deep Thrust

Deep Thrust

Tien arrives in town looking to exact revenge on Ling for abandoning her pregnant sister and thus driving said sister to commit suicide. Although Tien agrees to help Ling take down the ...

Tien arrives in town looking to exact revenge on Ling for abandoning her pregnant sister and thus driving said sister to commit suicide. Although Tien agrees to help Ling take down the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jamile S (nl) wrote: Robert still got his A game!!

Jim F (jp) wrote: Dunno what to say about this apart from the Interesting early 80's soundtrack. Also it kind of romanticizes the days when it was ok to smoke in pubs, on trains etc. . . . . and it wern't that long ago. Modern life seems kind of sterile after watching this.

Rodney F (fr) wrote: Great Flick! Any Who fan would love. Any music fan could get into it as the film spends some time on what was going on in the music scene during the time the band got started. Pretty amazing that all this great music (stones, beatles, hendrix) that we still listen to some 40 yrs later, came from this era.

Tyrus L (ag) wrote: a couple awesome fight scenes... but the story was kinda boring and it was difficult following who was who...

Cathy C (de) wrote: DreamWorks comic film is just total madness! Review by Logan Cornn.

Marc G (jp) wrote: what did they expect?

Jon B (es) wrote: too short and not enough action or explanation.

Michael L (fr) wrote: A nice effort and Newman is typically excellent, although the film is a little tedious at times.

Raul V (kr) wrote: Santos caracoles asesinos, batman!! jajaja

TheMumblelover (mx) wrote: Too much narration and not enough spoken dialogue for the animals to get the power of this satire across and this make's it a disappointing film.

Tomas T (ag) wrote: Harakiri tells a tale of masterless samurai Hanshiro Tsugumo who sets out to end his unfortunate life honorably by performing the infamous ritual suicide Harakiri. The name and genre set certain expectations, but against traditional samurai film themes, Harakiri has something else in store for the viewer. Instead of violence and action the film focuses on drama surrounding an aging samurai Hanshiro Tsugumo and his family's misfortune. From seemingly straightforward initial setting Harakiri's story starts building complexity after Hanshiro Tsugumo arrives at the Lyi clan's gates requesting permission to perform Harakiri at their estate. Setting in the 17th century Japan when the country was going through fundamental changes and also an uncommonly long period of peace brought by the powerful Togukawa shogunate, the Samurai warrior class found itself slowly dwindling. With permanent peace, the samurai class was left without means to provide for their families which made some desperate individuals to disgrace themselves by resorting to begging. Thus upon his arrival to Lyi Clan's estate, Hanshiro Tsugumo is greeted with a warning tale of one such samurai (Motome Chijiwa) who before him had requested permission to perform Harakiri at Lyi clan's compound in hopes of impressing the Clan of his valor and receiving employment. Lyi clan however called out the ronin's "bluff" and forced him to go through with the gruesome suicide ritual with his fake bamboo swords! Unbudged by Lyi clan's warning tale, Hanshiro Tsugumo insists in performing the ritual suicide. Unsuspecting the Lyi clan grant Hanshiro Tsugumo's wish and play straight into his scheme for revenge. Harakiri is surprising, involving and perfectly constructed samurai drama which has very little room for improvement. The tangible atmosphere of ancient Japan with its samurais and their overwhelming sense of honor provide a perfect setting for the tragic tale. During the running time the story grows from its simple beginning into something much greater. Much of the films resolve depends on the Director Masaki Kobayashi and the lead actor Tatsuya Nakadai, who both outdo themselves and make the film into a truely unforgettable experience.

Harrison R (es) wrote: I used to babysit a retarded kid who made me watch this with him. I feel like he is the only possible audience for this trash.

Joshua D (us) wrote: not worth watching if you're not a die hard fan

Alejandro R (us) wrote: Great film all around with an alternating dynamic interplay between sullen thoughtful scenes and more visceral action scenes---all of which engaging in their different expressions of darker moods. I watched it years, but it was very much worth rewatching.

Pia K (ag) wrote: Sympaattinen elokuva ravintolamaailmasta ja erilaisten kulttuurien yhteentrmyksest. ^_^ (Suom. Herkullinen elm)

Jake A (mx) wrote: Even though it has some good ideas, decent action along with a likable cast this film is deeply flawed and thinks it is far cleverer than it actually is. The film starts as it means to end which instantly drains the film of any tension or potential threat, the script is dumb for the most part and it is cliche ridden. Had potential but that is squandered by falling back on typical conventions.