The final chapter of the Hibotan Bakuto series. Oryu the Red Peony visits an old dying Boss of an ally family and promised her that she would help guide the new Boss. Meanwhile a turf war breaks out. When the family is betrayed from within and the rival family becomes violent, Oryu takes things into her own hands… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hibotan bakuto: Jingi tooshimasu
Oryu the Red Peony visits an old dying Boss of an ally family and promises she would help guide the new Boss. Meanwhile a turf war breaks out. When the family is betrayed from within and ...
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Amy F (es) wrote: This movie is brilliant Southern-fried fun. Sort of like someone threw Straw Dogs, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Mad Max, and Smoky and the Bandit into one celluloid gumbo. Don't watch this looking for art. But do watch it if you like a souped-up plot, good looking guys with Southern accents, and Billy Bob Thornton at his sleazy best. This movie just begs to be shown at a drive-in.
Jared E (nl) wrote: Racially charged. Good flick
Insanely Cray (ca) wrote: good documentary on a bit of the 60's . . . i love the music like Janis!!
Drew H (mx) wrote: Brilliant film. Was disgusted after seeing it.
Kevin M W (fr) wrote: An FBI investigation of a murder mystery is made interesting by its unusual locale: a dusty and rundown Native American reservation in the Dakotas. Noirish qualities emerge when the murder, and the investigation, are shown to be cover-ups for something darker, but the "Indian" connection is what makes for entertainment here.
Peter F (ru) wrote: A film that has become both dated and an interesting curio for it's time. It's hardly original, but it does seem to comprehend middle-American life, and Peter Yates directs the film in a spirited sense that John Hughes possibly picked up a few years later. I've often been of the opinion that some of the best films about teen-life in the 70s came out after the decade (i.e. Dazed and Confused), but this is certainly one of the more authentic and enjoyable ones.
Westleigh Q (nl) wrote: Even after all these years, this movie is still better than half the blockbusters that are released.
John M (it) wrote: Excellent! What fun! It's an original movie, it's quirky and mad!All the cast are excellent, from Baldwin and Davis as the straight-laced Maitlands, to Jones and O'Hara as the annoying Deetzes, but the show belongs to Michael Keaton. His manic and hilarious title character is a revelation. He is absolutely brilliant.
Ryan B (jp) wrote: One of the greatest overlooked films of the 20th century.Empathy is not the word for what I felt for the main characters situation, there are times where I hoped he would die, because he was living so much suffering.This is not an action movie, or your common war movie, this is a deep, deep psychological horror about one mans journey into himself.Joe, the main character, is a quadruple amputee who also loses his eyes, mouth, eyes and ears, he also loses a portion of his brain, the cerebrum.The doctors think he is a vegetable, this so far from the truth, he is fully awake and his thoughts and the sensation of touch is all he is has.Sympathize with him, think to yourself, what would I do? How long could I bear it.There are times where you hope he gets what he wants more than anything in the world, death, even thought it goes completely against your human instincts and basic morality.It's one of the very scarce times I wished someone would die.The way it's shot is a stroke of genius by Dalton Trumbo too, reality is shot in black and white, Joe reliving his memories are shot completely in color, and the dream like state while under the influence of morphine are shot completely in saturated colors.Watch this film and prepare for everything you thought about war to completely change and you will consider the right to death very seriously.10/10.
Geraldine C (ag) wrote: I LOVE< LOVE< LOVE this move, I actualy love this movie!
Arturo P (mx) wrote: The worst movie ever should have been dropped. Oh this is not good