A television producer with a penchant for drinking and gambling is sent to Las Vegas to convince his troubled niece to enter rehab.
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Jim F (au) wrote: Quite depressing viewing from start to finish. I thought the western world was fucked up when it comes to children, but here we have the Japanese market for models where girls as young as 13 are the ones percieved as to be desirable in the modelling world. Modern life has some serious questions to answer.
Yash B (br) wrote: It's as good as direct to DVD sequels typically are, which is pretty average overall.
Dasha R (gb) wrote: Intense. I can watch it again and again.
Letcia Saoki L (es) wrote: Korean horror? Sure, bring it.
MrFrank G (br) wrote: One day in the future, much of the data in this film will be exhibit A in showing future generations that the American government is full of a bunch of moronic control freaks. Historically America's crazy multi trillion dollar drug war will be just one of the many factors that stack up to the fact that we have been led by idiots for years upon years. Sad really. Yes, historically, America will not be looked at as great, but rather just foolish and power hungary. Sad indeed.
Barney F (it) wrote: I honestly just watched it for Jane March if you know what I mean. That made it worth it.
Matt H (br) wrote: Mr. Feeny singing! I feel like such a nerd for enjoying this so much, combing music with with my love of history. William Daniels (Feeny) is very good, though it's oft-putting listening to him sing. I;m not huge on the actual music, I enjoyed it more for its non music elements, though it definitely goes on way too long.
Samuel R (fr) wrote: oh god how terribly funny....racist; yes....scary; no....
Nishad P (it) wrote: it was quite a shock to see this movie when i was expecting the namesake of the same..average movie reminiscent of the rambo and others..