Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai

Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai

An tale of revenge, honor and disgrace, centering on a poverty-stricken samurai who discovers the fate of his ronin son-in-law, setting in motion a tense showdown of vengeance against the house of a feudal lord.

An tale of revenge, honor and disgrace, centering on a poverty-stricken samurai who discovers the fate of his ronin son-in-law, setting in motion a tense showdown of vengeance against the house of a feudal lord. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai torrent reviews

Tait W (au) wrote: A slow, boring, and just overall bad movie. There is hardly a story to it whatsoever and just consists mostly of Tim Heidecker walking around saying really unfunny, immature jokes. I understand that he is supposed to be a hipster, but he doesn't come off as that at all. He comes off as an annoying, unfunny drunk who has nothing better to do then tell really unfunny jokes. It has little plot development and really bored me throughout the entire thing.

Barry T (mx) wrote: This was a slow burner and well made and well acted. The lead has now been snapped up by Micheal Bay for Transformers 4 Wonderful film making

Brandon W (jp) wrote: Captain Phillips is directed by Paul Greengrass, and it stars Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi in a biographical survival thriller film about a bunch of Somali pirates going over to Captain Phillips's ship take over and hold for ransom, and takes Captain Phillips (Tom Hanks) as hostage in a lifeboat with the pirates. I've seen Paul Greengrass's work on films like United 93 and the Bourne sequels that has Matt Damon involved in it, and I remember enjoying them. So I was looking forward to this film, and I really enjoyed it a lot. Tom Hanks gave a wonderful performance to this, and he's a great choice for the main character as he looks a bit like him and that he's always a talent to be with. The actors who played the pirates were fantastic too as it's their first acting role, and the fact that they have to be intimidating against Tom Hanks and succeed, is really something. It does take its time with the hijack, which is good as you don't whether that'll be the time for it or not as their were some moments where the pirates attempted to hijack the ship. The movie gets really tense whether it be the attempted hijacking, or being in a lifeboat with a gun to Phillips's head. The writing by Billy Ray is really good at showing both sides of what they have to go through to be in the situation, and enough characterization of the main character and the leader of the pirate that you want the main character to get out of the situation and understand what leader is going through which you probably feel a bit pity for them. The last minutes of the film really shines in terms of Tom Hank's career that you've seen one of his best moments, while also giving a fantastic emotionless performance from Danielle Albert that has a reason why she acted like that if you've seen the film. The only issue that I have with it, is that the middle can be a bit boring at times, but that's me trying to find problems with it as I really enjoyed Captain Phillips for the way it's shotted in a bit of a documentary style, great acting, and is really smart that is one of Paul Greengrass's greats.

Jocelyn G (kr) wrote: A sweet low-key memorial of Russell, and an interesting look at the avant-garde scene he was involved with. It's funny, he lived only two blocks from me when I was younger and out and about, & seems to have worked with several people I know now, but not then. Strange sensation of watching the life of a long lost friend I never met.

Martin B (fr) wrote: An extraordinary documentary that's well worth seeing. It's as moving and emotional as it is entertaining, not to be missed!

Brandon B (ru) wrote: Kevin Smiths best film!!!

Art M (gb) wrote: In the beginning, you notice the movie is all over the place and you think, "maybe there's a reason for this chaos". Then, by the end of the movie the chaos doesn't come together; we aren't notified of why the movie is here, there, and everywhere. Then again, I guess it's even more-so a reflection of New York.

Jeffery T (ca) wrote: This one is a poor man??s Armageddon(1998) except instead of an oil driller they get some guy that blows up buildings (our hero) and with the entire planet hanging in the balance apparently all that could be spared is one shuttle with 2 pilots and a our hero, who read a brochure or something and becomes an expert in lunar geology and astrophysics. There wasn't enough budget in this thing to make the astronauts actually float. The 'actors' try and make up for the ridiculous plot, bad effects and horrible script by massively over acting.

Michael F (ca) wrote: I actually enjoyed this cheesy tale. This reminded me of the classic book, Animal Farm, by George Orwell. But there's also a unique feel to the storyline and comedy, immature as it is. Very entertaining for all ages. Now, male cows are steers and don't have udders, right? I think I need to visit the farm again.

The AntiDude (de) wrote: NEVER EVEN HEARD OF IT!

w m l (mx) wrote: Tedious, unpleasant, incoherent and pretentious. Great musical score though by Sonic Youth.

Charlotte H (jp) wrote: 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride' delves deep into the social constraints of the 19th century, and is overly concerned with death, yet still has the ability to connect with children - this is a family movie in a class of its own!That said, I would not recommend this to very young children, as some scenes may prove frightening; nonetheless 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride' gives a positive outlook on the afterlife, presenting it as a much more upbeat and optimistic version of 'the land of the living'. As well as this, some of the key moments of the plot are sung, and others are easily missed, so this film requires a little concentration in order to understand the story.Nonetheless, those over the age of nine should find this an enjoyable story, but this is far from just a children's movie; 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride' should entertain both children and adults. The story is somewhat touching, and highly original; this is not only a visual treat but a heartfelt and whimsical piece of art. This is like nothing you've never seen before! Story aside, the visual execution of the stop-motion animation makes it a classic alone. Hours of dedication can be felt in every scene, and the rarity of such films makes it even more special.Everything you would expect from a Tim Burton film, and more!

Aayush D (es) wrote: aah what an unusual, wonderful movie.

Tom C (br) wrote: Maybe the greatest and best comedy movie ever made -- if u don't laugh your socks off from this movie then you must have some massive problem in your life.

Beth S (jp) wrote: incredibly boring...

Jonathan S (us) wrote: It's pretty bad, but you should watch it anyway. Awesome underwater monster.

Thomas M (br) wrote: Boring as hell, not doing Liz Taylor any justice. Not surprising, considering she only took the role because of a contract she had with MGM

rachel m (au) wrote: want to see it if it has gene kelley!!!

Andrew B (gb) wrote: Probably the first Kubrick movie I've seen that could have been directed by someone else. It's not a bad movie by any stretch of the imagination, but it's lacks his signature style once you get past the boot camp segment. I think this is why a lot people say that the boot camp portion is better than the larger portion of the movie that actually takes place in Vietnam.Spoilers: It's not.There is a difference between being anti-military and anti-war, neither opinions are clearly right or wrong and that (among some other themes, masculinity being the other most obvious one) is what this movie is about. In boot camp we all want to be Joker. He's the intellectual, sarcastic one who understands "the duality of man" after all. But when you get on the ground Animal Mother starts to make a whole lot more sense.Overall I think it could have been a bit better if it had sunk into a more definitive style and the voice over could have been removed without losing almost anything of importance. But even if it is a weaker Kubrick film, it is still very much worth watching.

Karen B (nl) wrote: Interesting twist of boy meets girl except they both have cancer. Author of book was so mean. Why? Very sad ending.