Hokuriku dairi sensô

Hokuriku dairi sensô

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In the setting of the Hokuriku region, where the snow and cold winds rage, for the first time in true-life yakuza film history, director Kinji Fukasaku shows battles among yakuza who value land over tradition. Hiroki Matsukata stars as Noboru Kawada, a Hokuriku yakuza who will use any measure for survival, disregarding parents, brothers, and tradition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason H (jp) wrote: lol,a korean black comedy/action/drama. great movie, the main character as a mute hitman, genius. but yea all round a fairly good movie but the ending could have been a bit better

Yousif V (nl) wrote: The absurdity of the period and the celebrity status of the protagonist's masters are the film's greatest strength; however, the wondrous status that the film attempts to employ onto most supernatural happenings comes off as comical- losing most of its impact. - It is a hard film to relate to though, I don't believe there are many films that attempt to visualize the sense of smell the way this film does. Smell-O-Vision would have been a big plus.

Simeon T (nl) wrote: THIS is my favorite of Christopher Guest's movies, for personal reasons. This was, I think, the first of Guest's mockumentaries I'd seen, and I was knocked out by the naturalistic acting and astonishingly clever improvisation. When I first saw it I couldn't stop laughing. My scholastic musical career was fresh in my mind, and this movie gets community theater so perfectly (I don't another movie ever will in this way). When the choral line in the song "Nothing ever happens on Mars" began bouncing along the stage in oversized alien costumes I nearly lost it. Waiting for Guffman is unique in Christopher Guest's mockumentary catalog in that it has a main character. As off-off-off broadway director Corky St Clair, Christopher Guest is a comic tour de force, equally unflappable and incompetent. Guest's riotous Corky is the center of the film, his unshakeable belief in his masterpiece driving the action, and yet to me, it is Eugene Levy's painfully awkward dentist who stole the movie. It is Levy at the zenith of his particular comic brilliance. Like Corky, he has some seriously incorrect ideas about his own talent. Genial and halting in his manner and with a very familiar taste for bad jokes, he is a type of guy recognizable to most (how many of these guys are doctors of some sort?). If not for Corky's arrival, he might have continued tormenting his patients with bad jokes his whole life, but he is transformed by the theatrical experience, coming to see himself as possessing the soul of a Borcht Belt entertainer. His singing is a thing of comedic beauty, as confounding description as Fred Willard's exhibition of banal remarks in "Best in Show". This movie is a lasting comedic tribute to well-intentioned ineptitude. Sort of like "Spinal Tap", but more consistently funny overall (even if no one thing in it can quite get to the level of Stonehenge).

Shannon C (kr) wrote: Awesome visuals and nice idea behind the movie - one of these virtual reality computer game addicted future stories. Unfortunately the story could have been a little better but highly recommended just for the atmosphere and visuals

Cole M (it) wrote: An intense look at the life of a fascinating individual. Certainly one of Stone's best films.

John B (fr) wrote: One that likely is happy sitting in the vault. The relationship between Min and Bill is interesting if not overly compelling. Apparently this was quite the film to see in 1930 but I would argue that that is more of a case of having little competition.

Kevin R (it) wrote: We all got big ones down there.Stodge City is taken over by a ruthless and heartless outlaw named Rumpo Kid. He anoints himself sheriff and has his own unique way of managing the law. A US Marshall is sent to deal with Rumpo Kid's unorthodox ways. The daughter of the man Rumpo Kid killed to become sheriff. Things are about to get interesting."My intimate friends call me ding dong."Gerald Thomas, director of The Second Victory, Carry on Columbus, Roommates, Beware of the Children, Chain of Events, and Circus Friends, delivers Carry on Cowboys. The storyline for this picture is very fun and parody funny in a Mel Brooks way. The acting is solid and the cast includes Sidney James, Jim Dale, Bernard Bresslaw, and Percy Herbert."Cowgirl? If I called you that I'd only be half right."I came across this recently on Netflix and thought it would be an interesting film to add to the wish list. It was fun and a well done western parody and the action and script is solid. I recommend seeing this movie if you're a fan of the western genre."I'm your little ding dong."Grade: B-

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