Intentions of Murder

Intentions of Murder

Sadako, cursed by generations before her and neglected by her common-law husband, falls prey to a brutal home intruder. But rather than become a victim, she forges a path to her own awakening.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1964
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   adultery,   train,  

Sadako was raised as a maid in the household of her husband, who continues to treat her as a serf. While the husband is away... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Intentions of Murder torrent reviews

Marilena G (br) wrote: Boring and badly made. Stay away.

Gray E (gb) wrote: So good and so touching. Lips and Rob come across as such lovely chaps that if the climax of the movie doesn't touch you in even juts a little way, you must be dead inside. The best thing about this movie is that you don't need to even like their music or the genre it comes from to want these men to make good on their dreams. See this movie and have your metal heart warmed!

Susan T (gb) wrote: Own it... and very much enjoyed it

Julien E (us) wrote: Je ne l'ai pas vu au complet, il y a un moment que j'ai pas trop suivit, mais de ce que j'ai vu, c'tait assez ordinaire..

Antonio M (jp) wrote: L like the movie for monster comes alive, but all everything main have got no steven spielberg is making the kids animation.

Ahmad J (gb) wrote: Great movie with incredible fight scenes. I personally preferred the first one, but for a sequel this was amazing!

Todd S (ru) wrote: Eight Men Out is the real life story of the 1919 Chicago White Sox's team that threw the world series for a big pay day. In the early 20th century, baseball players were barely payed enough money to live on, so when organized crime stepped in and offered a big pay day for throwing the 1919 World Series, half the team said yes. The film Eight Men Out is based on the book by Eliot Asinof, the first to officially tell the story of what happened. Until this book, people knew the outcome, but not the particulars. While the book goes into great detail, the movie does not. The film gives us the basics in a very simplistic form, in order to make it more dramatic, and that's the one part of this film I didn't really care for. The things I really wanted to know more about never seemed to materialize and a lot of what we saw in return was the Hollywood exaggeration effect. Don't get me wrong though, the film was very entertaining as it showed a lot of the action on the field and touched on some aspects of the scandal. The acting was stellar and it was really fun to see Charlie Sheen and John Cusack right as they were first starting out. As for the ending, well that was expected, but I still really enjoyed the sports action, back stories, and even the over the top dramatics surrounding the story. It may not be very in depth or even historically accurate, but seeing it again all these years later, I can now appreciate and understand why it is considered one of the top ten sports films of all time.

James L (br) wrote: I liked this movie a lot. I seen it when i was ten when it first came out back in 1981 and I've seen it on cable movie channels several times after. I even have it on VHS and DVD and watched it with my kids and they liked it too. Seems everyone here just likes to bash movies because it seems "cool". This is not the best movie ever. I just like it and it is worth watching if you were a real fan of Andy Kaufman.

Nandi C (gb) wrote: An American living in Sweden gets called by the Brits to be an agent but by acting like a Nazi sympathizer. Well, although he does the deed, he loses friends and family behind it. But he DOES gain German allies who help in his plan. Good action flick.

Michael S (us) wrote: Enticing film from the Italian Masters.

Jon P (ag) wrote: Hailed by many as one of the finest Japanese films to strike the silver screen, Kenji Mizoguchi's mysterious period melodrama is essential world cinema.Set against a backdrop of a 16th century civil war, the film follows an avaricious pot-maker and a capricious dreamer who chase fame and fortune in favour of family. The movie offers all the lore and allure of a long lost fairytale, but its murky sense of foreboding has us always aware we're witnessing a fable unfold before our very eyes.Moralising Mizoguchi explores materialism, love, life and the notion that dreams realised = nightmares, and Ugetsu Monogatari shall forever mark the souls of those fortunate enough to see it.

Johnny L (gb) wrote: A regretful watch. Entirely forgettable.

Donnell B (gb) wrote: My all time favorite hood movie sad to say that this type of stuff happen everyday..