A drama steeped in Portugal's Fado music culture.
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Mark P (au) wrote: didn't match the live experience
Matt R (ca) wrote: B Movie horror... with Stephen Rea on B Movie duties. Very, and I mean VERY average Werewolf action/horror romp...
Rick B (mx) wrote: Well at least I watched the whole movie...
D M (br) wrote: A pretty twisted comedic horror-action film set in futuristic Japan which follows a quasi-military police force as they battle powerful mutant criminals set against a back story of a woman avenging her father's murder. Being Japanese, its got some nutso ideas which are lost on me (weapons form from wounds on the mutants, the "key" that used to make people into mutants, etc). The story also has too many twists. The interstitial commercials were amazing, and can stand alone! Japanese horror fans must not miss this (if you enjoy this, also check out "Battlefield Baseball" and "Happiness of the Katakuris").
Marla S (fr) wrote: visto per lei, la sempre meravigliosa Helen Mirren
Tim T (nl) wrote: These guys are crazy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
David S (gb) wrote: just kind of alright.
Brandon B (ag) wrote: Sex, Drugs, and a comedy duo!
Helen A (kr) wrote: There's elements to Plenty which let it down....I always wish Sting and Tracey Ullman weren't in it, for example. I mainly love it for the underlying theme of illusions of past and future and how sad reality can be.
James M (mx) wrote: Well ahead of it's time in respect of it's technological concepts and visual effects. Suffers only from being dated.