Into the Sun

Into the Sun

After the assassination of Tokyo's Governor by Yakuza members, the CIA bureau chief (William Atherton) for Tokyo puts out a call to an agent (Steven Seagal) that had been raised in Japan and trained by ex-Yakuza. Using his former ties, he quickly determines that a war is brewing between old-guard Yakuza members and a young, crazed leader (Takao Osawa) with ties to the Chinese Tong.

When a government official is killed, an American operative with experience in the Yakuza culture is brought into investigate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Into the Sun torrent reviews

Ernest C (mx) wrote: The financial situation of the world post this documentary underscores the need for both a hard look at the causes of how the debt crisis came about, but also the sobering pain that might have to occur in trying to wrest it back under control. What might have been a dry subject was made surprisingly engaging and easy to follow.

Tim K (es) wrote: "In the future, there will be no opinions"... Well, who can say, but for now, there is. My opinion is that Jacque Fresco is a crackpot with a lot of potentially brilliant ideas, if they were more than half thought out.A lot of it seems either incomplete, poorly conceived or pure common sense. Perhaps the relevancy of his ideals is that they existed prior to being common sense, but that point wasn't stressed in the film.As a documentary... average. Would have done a lot better if there was more exploration of the notions it seeds, rather than just a hit and miss diatribe by the subject. And what's with the people he's talking to? Looks like a bunch pulled from a night school for the elderly.It was nice to see Larry King with hair though.

Jingbo W (br) wrote: What impossible relationship! Better leave it an encounter or it'll even lose the charm.

Michael C (jp) wrote: not bad...shit blows up, guns going off....

Ryan M (nl) wrote: Closure to one of the best shows of all time. I missed the tanner family though

Joe T (br) wrote: A worthy sequel. Solid mostly, though its a little confusing which distracts from the fighting.

Shark M (de) wrote: WHAT I LIKED? Rourke is pretty good and the movie is watchable. WHAT I DIDN'T? The storyline isn't great and the delivery isn't either. I also didn't really like the ending. WOULD I RECOMMEND IT? Although it's watchable, I wouldn't recommend Bullet.

Andrew R (ag) wrote: Some really creepy stories, with the Borris Karloff bits being the standout. The film is one of the best anthology horror films to ever be made, and seeing Borris Karloff speak italian is like having a kid in a candy shop. ITS JUST SO COOL!

bill s (ca) wrote: Stuntman comedy that's more a show of ego than anything else.

Campbell P (us) wrote: This looks completely stupid!

Brett E (kr) wrote: A 'TOWN' YOU SHOULD VISIT.:: A movie review by Brett Epstein :::: Ben Affleck has found his new calling - he is a fantastic director. The atmosphere, the mood, the pacing - it's all there.:: He's matured so much as an actor. He presents a fully developed character we can care about. It's an interesting performance that gets better as the film goes along. He deserves major recognition.:: Astounding supporting turns from Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner - especially Renner. Here, he is so different than his Oscar-nominated portrayal from 'The Hurt Locker,' proving he's versatile. It is a harrowing, horrifying performance that truly gets under your skin.:: The same cannot be said for miscast Rebecca Hall. Hall is too quirky, too low-key for this role. She barely registers as a character, let alone someone Affleck would fall in love with. Her line readings are stiff and awkward. I loved her in 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' but unfortunately this doesn't show her talent.:: From start to finish, you are enveloped into the world of this movie. It's fast-paced, it's fun and most importantly it's EXCITING. You sit there and you're excited and you're invested. With some of the bullshit that's been released lately, this is quite a feat.If you haven't seen it yet, get there and enjoy.