Rikiya Shoda is an engineer working for the Atomic Agency in Japan. One day, his wife Nanako returns home with a lost teenager called Ayu. A man, pretending to be the father, comes to get her back; Ayu keeps telling him that Rikiya and Nanako are her parents. Through this disruption, Rikiya suddenly starts remembering his youth as a revolutionary.
Rikiya Shoda is an engineer working for the Atomic Agency in Japan. One day, his wife Nanako returns home with a lost teenager called Ayu. A man, pretending to be the father, comes to get her back; Ayu keeps telling him that Rikiya and Nanako are her parents. Through this disruption, Rikiya suddenly starts remembering his youth as a revolutionary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heroic Purgatory torrent reviews
(us) wrote: It's incredible that something as simple as video games can bring so many people from so many parts of the world together.
(gb) wrote: I enjoyed this depiction of the justice system gone wrong and a fight to fix it .The resolution at the end seemed a little too swift and easy, but otherwise a good picture.
(fr) wrote: Not everything goes smoothly in life
(mx) wrote: The movie ad says it's a "gay satire" but it would only satisfy homophobic conservatives because the main character (Chris) is so narcissistic, egocentric, and selfish. The movie has a fatal flaw. Chris played blandly by John-Michael Lander is buffed and coiffed in a "manufactured" way but is he likable enough to talk to and is he that good in bed to go off on a second date with? Without these detaiils, the audience is left to fill in the blanks and in my perspective, he's simply eye candy, nothing more. There's more gay stereotypes in his BFFs in a relationship, Dave and Larry (Jay Corcoran and Paul Outlaw respectively). Get ready for more stereotyping in Stewart (David Vincent who provides the best acting here) and the lonely pscho John (Jeff Miller). The only scenes that I liked were the satire of the therapist Dr. Diva played by a look-alike Lee Grant (too bad Grant wasn't hired since she would have eaten up the scenery). Not a likable protaganist and not a likable movie but give it a llittle credit for trying. I was interested in this movie since it's based on a stage play and because of all the angst, it is better suited to the stage than film which is unforgiving in stereotypes.
(es) wrote: too dramatic and over the top.
(gb) wrote: I always loved this movie. It sucks, but I love it.
(fr) wrote: WOW, what a romantically story. The beginning is weak, but the ending is strong! Perhaps... the feature-length is a little bit too long!
(kr) wrote: Very over the top acting, but good in my standards because i haven't seen Chow's better movies.
(gb) wrote: One of the most shocking movies I've ever seen. And believe me, I've seen lots of strange movies...Anyway, Singapore Sling is very obscene and deranging, but it's also dyingly beautiful in a very brutal way...
(de) wrote: while extremely cheesy in some parts, this is actually a really good original b-movie. i now can see where army of darkness got the concept for ash's splitting into two people. also worth noting is the completely hilarious parts where larry has a tantrum and blows off everyone and when he gets drunk. all in all, this is definitely worth seeking out.
(ca) wrote: While it is a well made film, the contents are nonsensical. In first 20 minutes had serious The Room flashbacks.
(ag) wrote: Action packed and Great Kingsman: The Secret Service is one of Matthew Vaughn's best film yet. The movie is very entertaining, very enjoyable, very fun, and very good. Colin Firt and Taron Egerton are amazing in this film. I give it a 92%
(kr) wrote: All around good movie. No familiar actors but well done performances. Worth viewing.
(ru) wrote: A cinema classic, with wonderful scenery and visuals, featuring a terrific performance from Harrison Ford, Raiders of the Lost Ark has been and always will be one of the best movies ever made.
(mx) wrote: Great film it should be scored higher