Who will Makino Tsukushi choose - F4 Leader Doumyouji Tsukasa or F4 member Hanazawa Rui? F4 stands for Flower 4, four close rich friends, the power clique that rules Eitoku University. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Who will Makino Tsukushi choose - F4 Leader Doumyouji Tsukasa or F4 member Hanazawa Rui? F4 stands for Flower 4, four close rich friends, the power clique that rules Eitoku University.
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Joshua L (kr) wrote: It only runs 75 min. and they still had the balls to leave a "To Be Continued" at the very end. That must of been the excuse for running out of budget money.
prkprk p (es) wrote: Does not deserve the title of Day of the Dead. This film has nothing to do with Romero's classic film. The acting is horrible, the zombies are too standard, and the film doesn't try anything that hasn't already been tried before. Watch the original films, and skip this one.
Jilla M (ru) wrote: One of the strangest movies I've seen. It kept me interested, but by the end I was still confused and had a million questions. Not sure even the film-maker knows the answers, seems like it's open to interpretation.
claire f (es) wrote: i loved this as a kid and i still love it to this day
Blair K (mx) wrote: absolutely love this movie. river is wonderful in it and the plot itself is interesting and you feel for the characters and shows the consequences of parents actions and how it affects their kids. the whole family are on a journey not only literally but within themselves and thus feel like they are running on empty on different levels.
Marky L (fr) wrote: Difficult to rate these days
rob o (ru) wrote: Very funny, and underrated. If you like funny cop movies, this is an original.
dfw f (jp) wrote: I have seen a few of Fassbinder's more political movies. I had heard Ebert had been sponsoring a Fassbinder movie festival in Chicago for several years. I decided to look into more of Fassbinder??s movies. He is one of the most important representatives of the New German Cinema. He made over 40 films most independently. In these films, Fassbinder explored how rooted prejudices about race, sex, sexual orientation, politics, class are inherent in society, while also tackling his trademark subject of the everyday fascism of family life and friendship. In this movie Franz "Fox" is a working-class guy, at loose ends when his lover is arrested and the police shutter their carnival booth. In need of cash for his weekly lottery purchase, Fox lets himself be picked up by an elegant older man named Max. At Max's, he meets two younger gay men who have expensive tastes and images to uphold. The next day, Fox wins mil marks in the lottery-Max's friends suddenly become Fox's friends, especially Eugen, the heir to a bookbinding firm that's short of cash. Eugen's polish beguiles Fox, and the fleecing begins. The point of the movie's title is, that Fox has no friends. Fefore Hollywood made its 1st steps in the direction of a new frankness about homosexuality, Fassbinder was miles ahead. He was so comfortable with gay characters that he felt no hesitation in portraying some of them as selfish, brutal and grasping -- as evil, indeed, as heterosexuals in other movies. This movie is about characters defined by their sexuality. The film takes the sexuality as a given, and defines them by their values and morals. And in the slow descent for Fox, Fassbinder indicts their materialism and narcissism. This was a shocking film for 1975. Fassbinder focuses his film mainly on the class barriers. The film gives examination of how people manipulate people for personal gain and the destruction that produces is a recurring problem and one that this film certainly explores. Brilliant film 4 stars
Private U (us) wrote: Its a nice movie that asks alot of questions.It has some very beatifull but at the same time very disturbing shots.Its not for the faint of hart.The downside to the film is the overly pretensious and obvious (miss)use of symbolism.
Matthew S (kr) wrote: Everyone is just a little crazy in front and behind the cameras for Franois Truffaut's "Day for Night." The most surprising element of this classic film is that it never fully commits to "satire" or to "realism" -- this is humorous ode to the filmmaking and those who have laid the groundwork and for those who continue to struggle against all odd to make movies. The question of whether or not Truffaut's "fictional" film is going to be good or very bad is beside the point. "Day for Night" possess a sort of magic that can only be found in movies. Great film!
Ryan D (kr) wrote: I saw this at the first showing in Rockford. Its a true straight ahead slasher of the type we don't see enough of these days. The film is all heart and a real blast with a beer soaked crowd that's into that sort of flick. Lots of gore. For horror fans that enjoy the low budget charms and gross outs of Herschell Gordon Lewis fare such as Blood Feast, 2000 Maniacs, etc. this will go over well and the killer is not just a place holder but a lovable butcher. Takes the slasher sub genre and throttles it. Can't wait for more.