Kyoya's father was a great warrior, killed at the hands of the diabolical psychic, Rebi Ra, who has now opened a portal to hell in the city of Shinjuku. It falls to Kyoya to finish what his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hell City Shinjuku, US
A young warrior must finish what his father started by battling his way through a city of demons and defeat a diabolical psychic who has opened a portal to hell.
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Charlissa C (de) wrote: this movie was pretty lame...probly would have only given it one star, but...it gets a bonus star for the full frontal male nudity ;)
KJ P (de) wrote: This film does everything that you wish a film would do. It takes the dark past of a murderer, turns him into a likeable character and makes you feel for him more than any other character. Andrew Garfield is astonishing in this film, in which sparked his career as an actor. In his first starring role, his performance feels very real and true. By the end of the film, you will have been captivated by every scene that there will be no possible way to dislike this movie. Not only do I love every second of "Boy A," but I it kept my thinking after the movie ended and I cannot wrap my mind around the brilliant conclusion, if you can even call it that. This film, in my eyes, is a masterpiece!
Nicholas W (br) wrote: This is the weakest bond movie from recent years, but thankfully is also the shortest so there is only a small amount of time you have to suffer through it.
Stephen V (us) wrote: A great documentary about Haiti's first democratic government, and imperialisms overthrow of it.
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Giving us one of Al Pacino's best performances, Serpico brims with the frustration and anger of its protagonist, ripping open NYPD corruption like a bag of chips. Most of the characters in the movie don't matter; they are meshed together into one big, sleazy, corrupt, blob. This was Lumet's intention, as only Serpico, his friend Blair, and his colleague Green are given individual attention. No matter what he does, Serpico seems to find more corruption, and he increasingly becomes angrier until he finally snaps. The pivotal scene after getting back from the mayor's office is the best and most important part of the movie by far, where Pacino really shows his true colors as an actor, and Serpico shows his true anger. A classic like this will remain timeless, especially with all the symbolism and raw emotion it possesses.
Peter E (es) wrote: A comic book-horror cross between Spiderman and The Fly. Could have been fun, but ended up as a bland and forgettable tv-movie.
Ryan R (jp) wrote: the plot is silly but it resonates more than it has any right to.
Joshua L (gb) wrote: The Story is simple but good with a twist that I didn't see coming at all. The actors also brought this rawness to their roles that I thought was excellent but the way the movie was handled overall was kind of a let down.
Bobby N (nl) wrote: What could one expect from this film. It's stupid and dumb just like the original. In saving that I enjoy the memories of the old film coming back to me. Jim Carey is Jim Carey love him or hate him. I love him.
Thomas T (jp) wrote: Love the Looney Tunes. Enjoyed Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
Jolle L (de) wrote: Haven't seen the serie yet. Might change my review of the movie.