Multiple murders, red herrings and sadomasochistic sex are the order of the day in this ground-breaking mystery from Edogawa Rampo, Japan's foremost writer of suspense novels. The year is 1930 and the chance meeting of a novelist and one of his fans opens the door to a series of mysterious events culminating in the death of a wealthy industrialist who may have been leading a double life. Aoi Teruhiko and Kayama Yoshiko star along with 2 of Japan's most famous and highly respected actors, Otomo Ryutaro and Wakayama Tomisaburo. In a departure from the samurai genre in which he made his name this is director Kato Tai's masterpiece. A true work of cinema art comes to life in this deadly tale of love and betrayal! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edogawa Rampo no injû
An author of mystery stories gets ensnared in a real murder case. An industrial tycoon and husband of his biggest fan lies dead and one of his colleagues, a successful but antisocial writer...
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Lisa M (fr) wrote: I love watching low budget movies, they rely on great acting and even better scripts. There are no great explosions or heart pounding moments in this movie. However it has a real story to tell, one of which I followed closely and still found the ending to knock me off my seat. Touching, sad, disturbing. I wish more people had the chance to see it.
Brian B (gb) wrote: Decent enough movie.
Steven J (es) wrote: Although one plot point is kinda rushed and the ending a tad clich it doesn't prevent Wristcutters from being a fun twist on it's genre. It's filled with nice touches, charm and character. A warm and funny film with a great premise.
Robert D (br) wrote: god awful. larry the cable guy sucks balls.
Doron S (ru) wrote: alba can't act if her life depended on it
Ernest A (br) wrote: Philip Seymour Hoffman is a perfect drag queen here, De Niro's acting is touching. I wonder why most critics find the plot bad. Not bad at all.
Julie R (fr) wrote: J'ai pas tripp sur ce film.
Natalie H (gb) wrote: never a movie about teen pregnancy could be so good.
Dave J (jp) wrote: Friday, January 21, 2011 (1984) Against All Odds ROMANTIC THRILLER Rewritten and redone from the original film noir film "Out of the Past"! Somewhat of a loopy storyline about ex-football player Beau Bridges looking for other means of cash after getting himself cut from the team, and decides to accept a job from a sleazy football gambler James Woods to find girlfriend (Rachel Ward) hiding out in some other foreign country! While there, the Beau Bridges character falls in love with her and that is when the story really gets interesting with it's twists and revealations! Great acting all Not a 'film noir' even though the idea came from one if one were to look at the credits. And the acting is solid by Beau Bridges, James Woods and Richard Widmark with it's flashy cars and appealing direction by Taylor Hackford but the overall film is all style without much substance! Also, there's something to be said when the music video "Against All Odds (Take a look at me now)" with Phil Collins made more sense and is more effective than it would be to see this! 2.5 out of 4
Private U (de) wrote: 1st Kusturica's feature film - a nice illustration of living in Sarajevo in 60s (think?)
Chris (gb) wrote: This reminded me of Jules and Jim because there's a woman who keeps fucking around with two men. This isn't nearly as bad though since it's pretty funny and I actually liked the cast.
Kevin R (ru) wrote: Fairy tales are real.The Little Family are in the market to adopt an orphan and give their current adopted son George a sibling. They decide to adopt a walking, talking mouse named Stuart. Stuart will need to bond with his new brother, George, who is reluctant to accept a mouse as a brother. Meanwhile, the family cat has his own plans for Stuart."Talk to the butt."Rob Minkoff, director of The Lion King, Stuart Little 2, The Haunted Mansion, The Forbidden Kingdom, Flypaper, and Mr. Peabody & Sherman, delivers Stuart Little. The storyline for this picture is fun for children and reminded me of the Smurfs pictures. The animation in this was very well done and blended with the reality well. The cast delivered good enough performances and includes Michael J. Fox (as the voice of Stuart), Geena Davis, Jonathan Lipnicki, Nathan Lane (voice), Hugh Laurie, David Alan Grier, and Jennifer Tilly (voice). "That's not a mouse. That's my brother."We came across this on HBOGO and thought it would be a fun movie to watch as a family. This was okay and entertaining. It kept my daughter's attention pretty much all the way through. It was far from a classic, or worth purchasing, but it is worth a viewing."I feel four inches tall."Grade: C-
David W (ru) wrote: Ho Ho Ho..........Nope!