Full Metal gokudô

Full Metal gokudô

An inexperienced gangster is killed alongside his strong, respected boss and awakens to find a mad scientist has given him a new body made partly of his boss and partly of indestructible bionics.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   murder,   fight,  

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Walter M (au) wrote: While perhaps prone to speculation, "The Invisible War" is still a chilling and heartbreaking documentary about the epidemic of sexual assault, committed against both men and women, in the military. This information, gathered from government sources, is alternated with the ads the military uses to attract young female recruits, like the Air Force one I watched yesterday at the multiplex. Ironically, the armed forces seem less interested in prosecution and therefore deterrence than in haphazard prevention protocols, thus making it easier for sexual predators to thrive, not unlike sexual abusers in the Catholic Church. Part of that has to do with the lackadaisical way that rape is prosecuted through the chain of command which Senator Gillibrand is fighting to change by moving it to judge advocates instead. What "The Invisible War" does extremely well is putting a human face on these cases, a good deal of them legacy recruits, as these brave women and one man talk not only about the heinous crime itself but the aftermath, as they have twice the occurrence of PTSD than combat veterans and contemplate suicide. That's not to mention having to jump through the hurdles of the bureaucratic Veterans Administration.

Greg W (it) wrote: another lost review TY flixter

Mandy D (es) wrote: Sin duda atrapante pero creo que la tendr que volver a ver porque hay cosas que no me quedaron claras /

Terry W (br) wrote: actually not a bad little movie

Aj V (ag) wrote: A mixture of horrible TV plot ideas makes for this interesting TV movie. When you understand it and don't get confused about who is who, it's actually fun to watch. At least until it gets strange again. It's almost an okay movie.

Jeff B (it) wrote: I liked the cameo by Mike Nelson as Megaweapon's voice on MST3K. Other than that, this film was utterly forgettable and silly. Oh, I forgot that Persis Khambatta looked strangely attractive, too.

Jason L (kr) wrote: As a Masterpiece Theater production, it's a bit slow and plodding but there are worthwhile segments throughout for the patient Vampire aficionado.

Duncan R (ru) wrote: It's one of Ishiro Honda's more entertaining post-Godzilla monster mashes (certainly better than the painfully dull Rodan), but it sort of feels like Honda's run out of anything to say. It's a charming little B-grade monster movie, and aside from the two fairies who would become a staple of any movie the titular bug is in, it's a pretty paint-by-numbers one at that. Mothra's big-screen debut doesn't hold a candle to any of her rumbles with the Big-G, nor does it have the impact of his surprisingly somber first flick.

Matt H (gb) wrote: Amazingly fun and cheesy. No need toFollow the story really. Watch itFor laughs or while drinking. It's a blast!

John S (br) wrote: The interesting narrative and warm heart of Beginners delivers a powerful and engaging story of romance and all it'd difficulties in an amusing way. Brilliant performances as well come from Plummer and MacGregor.