The Indian descendent Sean comes to a forest with his friends Josh and Flipp trying to find the track to a mysterious cursed tree and a secret burial ground. His grandfather wrote a journal... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Indian descendent Sean comes to a forest with his friends Josh and Flipp trying to find the track to a mysterious cursed tree and a secret burial ground.
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Sandy R (es) wrote: A submissive, domesticated and sexually repressed housewife caters to the perfectionist needs of her arrogant husband. She is awakened and liberated sexually when she takes a job modelling in her spare time and begins to loose her grasp on reality and her own identity by thrusting herself into a world of depravity, prostitution and self destruction. Beautifully filmed in garish colour schemes, it's more an explosion in style than content with a few literary references thrown in for good measure. Unfortunately it's a muddled, overblown mess. I didn't really care for any of the characters. I found it's tedious, laboured and overly long scenes starting to grate on me as did the baroque and classical music which seemed to groan on continuously. Guilty of Romance has several interesting half-baked ideas and wildly confused messages behind it, rather than being a more concise and developed whole. However It does at times make for an interesting look at a Japanese culture predominantly associated with sexuality and patriarchy. The film would be a drag to watch were it not for the truly stellar acting of it's two female leads, Megumi Kagurazaka and Makoto Togashi who are both superb.
Aaron B (ca) wrote: Hahahah! Fantabulous! Oogieloves, I love you.
Kal L (ca) wrote: Love love love <3
Alfredo S (jp) wrote: At least the name of the movie is fitting
Warrior W (mx) wrote: Very interesting Side Stories of Kenshin, and the Legacy of him. Very well done. few slow sections but still ok.
Luke J T (mx) wrote: Worse and worse......why bother making these sequels when they hold nothing if value to the original source material. The second was bad but this held nothing of value.
Hans L (it) wrote: The Freudian stuff here is, well typically Freudian: human beings are defined by what they lack and what trouble them rather than what they are agents of and what empowers them. But David Seigel and Scott McGehee's neo-noir is simply the dogs bollocks. The plot is standard: amnesia and self doubt, an investigation, a revelation. But it centres on two identical brothers who are played by two different actors: one black, one white. To further compound things it is shot in oozing monochrome and resurrects the pressing concerns of the Expressionists in film. In film theory suture refers to how narrative cinema "stitches" the audience into character perspectives by using the shot-counter shot device.
Zoran S (gb) wrote: It's quite good at times but I just think it's not nearly as strong as other Mann/ Stewart films like The Naked Spur, The Man From Laramie, or Winchester '73
Shawn F (us) wrote: I did not love this movie nearly as much as I did "White Lightning". A lot of the magic that made that first movie so great is just not here. The dirty rural southern atmosphere, Ned Beatty, R.G. Armstrong, the awesome car and ,of course, the shine. This sequel also is not as serious as the original. They throw in some comic relief via Alice Ghostley and the Burt in this movie is more of the lighter fare Burt than the serious Burt in his earlier movies. The romantic relationship between Burt and Hutton also manages to really slow down and drag out the second half of the movie making the movie a bit overlong. All those things said, it is still enjoyable and worth a watch. Jerry Reed is great as the southern gangster Bama McCall. He also performs the title song. Hal Needham did the second unit direction on this film as he did in "White Lightning".
Sebastian G (ca) wrote: I Never Read The Graphic Novel But This Is Still Worth Seeing.