Many people believe when a person dies, his soul returns on the 7th night. After Shun was brutally murdered, his spirit returned to possess his 13 year old sister to exact his revenge. On the 7th night, blood will flow and just desserts will be served. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Samuel D (de) wrote: meme principe que les 2 autre
Jovan J (mx) wrote: The usual Futurama hilarity.
Carlos M (ru) wrote: Estupendo drama que retrata el conflicto palestino-israel desde la ptica de la disyuntiva individual. Soberbias actuaciones y un ritmo pausado que tensa perfectamente la tragedia por la que habrn de optar -o no-los personajes.
Amanda D (ca) wrote: Yes! Yes! Yes! Looks very very very good! ... and stars James Franco which is a !
Evelyn L (mx) wrote: Jeong-hwa Eom is sexy and appealing. She did a good job in this film. How to choose between a steady marraige and a true love? What do you do if your beloved has simply too much resistance to marriage?
Paula K (es) wrote: The best documentary I have seen on the Lost Boys of Sudan.
Moe R (gb) wrote: Now THIS was overrated, because it was very slow and boring.
Kristopher E (es) wrote: James Mason Both took the lead and produced this film . It's exceptional story telling with good direction from Nicholas Ray .
Jesse T (br) wrote: I think im in the minority of people who enjoyed this film. With a dramatic, slow burn and solid preformances by its three leads, its a emotional, thoughtful film that truly had me all invested.
Tyler R (it) wrote: It's pretty hard to enjoy a film when every character in it is cynical and unlikeable. Such is the case with The To Do List. It tries to mimic the success of American Pie, all the way down to the 1990s setting, but instead of being a coming of age tale that was supported by jokes and gags, this film is nothing more than a bunch of gross out gags that are lightly tethered by some story. In the film, the high school graduate nerd decides to create a list of sexual activities to familiarize herself with, all in the hopes of sleeping with an older guy. Even the basic plot is cynical. All of the characters are one dimensional and nothing more. And none of them are likeable, because they all do horrible things. And speaking of horrible things, the gross out gags take things to a whole other level and become really uncomfortable midway through. The film plods along and basically comes to a halt near the end as it runs out of gags to throw at the audience. And by the time the film ends, the viewer is left with a dirty feeling.
David L (mx) wrote: ******Some Spoilers Here************ Bronson plays Crowe, a Los Angeles cop heading for retirement who has developed a consuming passion to nail a local pimp, Duke, whos speciality is teenage prostitution. Crowe begins at full throttle, torturing a businessman found engaging in sado-masochistic sex with a minor, it is implied by turning a large and forbidding dildo on him. Not surprisingly, Crowe worries when he gets home that he is becoming as bad as the scum he hunts, yet at home he seems more worried by the fact that his teenage daughter is now indulging in heavy-petting with boys her own age (Crowe's wife has a more liberal, tolerant attitude). In the meantime, the film is following the story of a Japanese businessman, Hiroshi, who is being schooled in Western ways (he must learn that some things are, in the West, "kinjite ? forbidden subjects") whilst at the same time getting unhealthily interested in teenage girls. Early in the film, Hiroshi sees a nymphet being touched up on the underground, and with this incident he becomes sexually obsessed. Hiroshi is then posted, with his wife and two young daughters, to Los Angeles. By coincidence, not only does he drunkenly molest Crowe's daughter on the bus one night, sending Crowe into a racist frenzy, but also when Hiroshi's own daughter is kidnapped, raped, addicted to drugs and pimped by Duke, Crowe is the investigating officer. What follows is a somewhat genre-typical hunt for the girl, ending in the massacre of Duke's crew and the arrest of Duke (and also the suicide of the girl) but it never comes out that Hiroshi was the man who molested Crowe's daughter. The plot is as lurid, nasty and discomforting as could be imagined. What is remarkable is the way the script refuses the audience its usual comforting vigilante thrills. Crowe tortures, harasses, murders and generally turns the tables on the scum of the night, but he is clearly shown to be not that different from them himself. He is a racist and a chauvinist, and he comes very close to admitting that his protectiveness towards his daughter is not fatherly but something far more jealous and possibly sexual and unhealthy. His propensity for anally violating his enemies should give any viewer pause for thought, and the end makes it clear that Crowe's form of "justice" has a sexual-sadistic governance ? he ensures that Duke is locked in a cell with a rapist and will be used as a sexual slave throughout his incarceration. This finale is the film's most shocking and eye-popping moment, especially given the way in which the American prison system in general uses prisoner rape as a method of punishment and control in US jails. This film seems to be nailing US justice as a mask of hypocrisy, which gets sadistic pleasure from meting out severe retribution in a country where formal hypocrisy covers the truth that the men who institute justice have, beneath their skins, the same desires as the pimps, paedophiles and perverts. Kinjite ? Forbidden Subjects tells the story of three remarkably similar men ? Crowe, Hiroshi and Duke ? all of whom enact their part as alpha male individuals, aggrandizing themselves and demeaning women and children as chattels, subordinates and secondary citizens. This is not a film to make any liberal viewers happy ? human life is seem as Darwinian and inherently corrupt ? but it also radically challenges masculine self-perception, making it something more than the reactionary shoot-'em-up we might expect from the genre and this star. It just goes to show that radical cinematic visions crop up in the least expected places, most often in the films "respectable" critics would dismiss as kinjite ? forbidden subjects?