Graveyard of Honor

Graveyard of Honor

A look at the life of renegade yakuza, Rikio Ishikawa, particularly the years from 1946 to 1950 when his violent antics get him in trouble with his own clan, Kawada, and then with the clan of his protector, Kozaburo Imai. In these years, he can rely on Chieko, a young Tokyo courtesan who gives him shelter. He's banished to Osaka, where he picks up a drug habit. Through it all, he keeps his friends and enemies off balance with unpredictable behavior - and he seems indestructible.

A self-destructive man becomes a powerful member of the Japanese mafia but quickly loses his self control. Based on the true story of Rikio Ishikawa. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Graveyard of Honor torrent reviews

Nick P (es) wrote: I was really excited for this film because of the potential I've seen in the Soska twins. They've earned a fan, and they continue to do so after this film. They took a very campy, poorly rated film, and they made it look especially good...but unfortunately, it's story and direction felt on repeat. If you're looking for great gory deaths, than you'll enjoy the film, but if you're looking for something to add to the original See No Evil, you might not. I feel like the relationship between the Soskas and Isabelle shows quite clearly in this film, because it looks they were having too much fun shooting it.

Calvin A (de) wrote: i hated this movie , a disgusting movie that uses 2 genres i can't stand (exorcism and found fotage movies) seriously this needs to stop

Lynn C (it) wrote: Sad...looks like Jennifer's Oscar days are over.

Jess L (kr) wrote: An interesting biography film of sorts, the performances were solid, the story engaging and interesting and there were some beautifully filmed scenes, particularly the night swimming one.

Dino A (jp) wrote: Great movie....Mr Fuji nailed this one

christopher y (es) wrote: i love the action in this movie, its one of the best war movies ever made

Andrew C D (au) wrote: Orson Welles once said that "If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story." Rocky is among the ten greatest films of all time, and it ended on a high note in every way possible, bringing every plot string to a conclusion or setting it on the upward trajectory that it lets us hope will set the tone for Rocky's life. This sets an obvious problem for sequels, and Rocky II found out a messy formula to circumvent it. The next four Rocky movies can vary on the theme, but they all revolve around the use of "Diabolus ex Machina," or unlikely plot developments that serve to tear down the story and characters from the high of the previous film so they can be beat up a bit. After that they can be build right back up again for a final training montage and fist fight in time to end the film.One of the strengths of the original Rocky film comes, surprisingly, from the low budget and rushed nature of the production, which very often forced the producers when confronted by a problem to find a solution that served the narrative, rather than throwing money at it. That's where bursts of genius like the empty ice skating rink scene come from, and what the 7 million dollar budget of Rocky II rendered obsolete.After all that, however, it concludes in a brilliantly choreographed and photographed final battle that redeems the wi


Dedmeet C (ru) wrote: A great movie that I believe to be generally underrated due to the darkness and unforgiving realism of the story - matching the movies title. But how would you define a happy ending anyway? I think there is quite a bit of hope and light aswell in this story. In any way - this is a very well made thriller/mystery/drama with a great cast. Mel Gibson puts in a solid performance as usual in a role that suits him well. This movie has little to offer in way of laughs and light-spirited entertainment, but packs plenty of suspence and drama.