Fireangels: A Drifter's Fury

Fireangels: A Drifter's Fury

When a professional drifting race car driver Ryu Takashi, an American adopted by a Japanese mechanic moves to America. He is tricked by the devil and must deliver the fire of God.

In this film, when a professional drifting race car driver Ryu Takashi, an American adopted by a Japanese mechanic moves to America, he is tricked by the devil and must deliver the fire of God. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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F B (ag) wrote: What an absolute load of rubbish. Maybe if you are a drug user this might make sense but I was just left speechless at the monotonous drivel that took away 88 minutes of my life.

Shasha A (mx) wrote: such an inspirational movie.

David G (gb) wrote: Wrestler movies don't go with James Bond type credit songs or intros. Typical movie starring a wrestler, however there was one fight in particular that had some really bad fight directing; it had moves just like a wrestling match. I wanted to see a movie, not a wrestling match.

Cody L (nl) wrote: Good movie and great acting by the cast, even though the plot gets messy at time when it comes to the interaction between the 3 leads.

Memo N (gb) wrote: Isa sa mga pinakamagandang obramaestrong gawang Pilipino. Kwentong hango sa makatotohanang mga pangyayari ng buhay. Mga paghihirap, pagsisikap, hinagpis at tuwang dulot ng mga bagay na nagpapatuloy sa pagtakbo ng buhay.

Michael S (de) wrote: Sex and religion, the great twin themes of so much Latin American fiction, get a wholly original workout in this chillingly incisive account of a handsome doctor who sews lust in the hearts of a beautiful middle-aged hotel owner and her teenage daughter. A slow burner that ends on a note of quiet devastation, this is written and acted to perfection.

Chris S (us) wrote: i'm really at a loss of words for this one...

Bill K (de) wrote: Predictable & did not hold my interest

Laura C (it) wrote: Read the book, which was somewhat decent, but I cannot imagine this movie would be any good, even with Ed Harris.

Wes S (au) wrote: Gritty hard crime drama, it has some nice thrills but hardly interesting plot- but it still works. The ultimate problem with the film are the characters- none of them are terrible likable, making it hard to really care for any. The film still leaves a impact and leaves you thinking- but somewhat bitterly.

Mary C (es) wrote: I just loved this movie. It warmed my heart.

Bheema D (ru) wrote: As far as good things it does, it effectively furthers the mythos, and...umm...something. You know your apes movie isn't good when Roddy McDowell feels so underwhelming you look at the screen thinking it couldn't be McDowell. You also know your movie is bad when your predominant story that takes up give or take 2/3rds of the screentime feels like pointless filler crap. And just when you thought this was all going to line-up perfectly with the previous four films and close the cycle, NOPE. Unlike the 1st, 2nd and 4th film, which, while not being the last film in this series, added a definitive ending, this feels as if it's begging for a sequel. despite being the last movIe. And how ironic that it didn't get a sequel. Wanna know why? Audiences gravitate towards something that makes them feel satisfied, which will draw more audience members, which will invoke a sequel. But at least the 3rd film, though not good and with an open-ending, seemed to leave it's audiences satisfied. This one just doesn't. Acting all across the board is bad, the script is a total mess, and it just feels watered down and mainstream. And that's with Escape kept in mind. 40 years later, Hollywood should learn a few lessons from this movie. At least we got Argo out of it, I think kinda sorta not really.

Jeffrey P (br) wrote: Alan Arkin directs Jules Feiffer's off-Broadway play satirizing contemporary life in New York. Floundering, nihilistic photographer Alfred (Elliot Gould) becomes a relationship project for Patsy (Marcia Rood), who desperately tries to return feeling to Alfred's life. While the film has fine performances and clever writing (Feiffer also wrote the screenplay), the extensive monologues and erratic final quarter make this a tough one to watch. Donald Sutherland has a hilarious role as the 'preacher' of Alfred and Patsy's secular wedding.