Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time
InuYasha is a half-demon who was trapped in the Legendary Tree and was set free by Kagome, a girl who traveled 500 years through time. This time, both of them will have to face Menomaru, a Chinese demon whose father, known as Hyoga, came 300 years ago to invade Japan, but was stopped by InuYasha's Father. InuYasha and Kagome, along with Sango, Miroku, Shippou, Kaede and Myoga, will try to stop Menomaru in his becoming the most powerful demon ever.
- Stars:Kappei Yamaguchi, Satsuki Yukino, Kôji Tsujitani, Houko Kuwashima, Kumiko Watanabe, Ken'ichi Ogata, Noriko Hidaka, Hisako Kyôda, Toshihiko Nakajima, Katsumi Suzuki, Akiko Nakagawa, Asako Dodo, Ken Narita, Yûichi Nagashima, Mamiko Noto,
- Director:Toshiya Shinohara,
- Writer:Rumiko Takahashi (comic book), Katsuyuki Sumizawa (screenplay)
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Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A great concept, some poor execution, but all and all a great horror film.
(mx) wrote: I loved all the Tinker Bells except this one! It shows almost no Pixie Hollow
(us) wrote: One line summary: Poor story and non-engaging characters, but plenty of gore.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At Apai Dharma Hospital, Nurse Tawan thinks Dr Taa might marry her, but he proves to be interested in her sister, Nurse Nook. The jealously arising plus other irritations causes Tawan to threaten the other nurses and Dr Taa with exposure of their lucrative body selling. Criminals seldom have much sense of humour; the others kill Tawan. The prepare Tawan's body for delivery to the usual body seller, but no one comes to collect. Odd. So, how did we get there, and what were the consequences of one more murder? Nurse Aeh asks how long has it been since they killed Tawan? This was the seventh day. Aeh adds that the acts from the dead spirits happen on the seventh day. She countdown to midnight ensues. Aeh thinks Nook is the target, since she took Taa away from Tawan. Another nurse thinks it's Aeh, since Aeh had her own baggage. The nurses have a lot of free time, money, cosmetics, and high calorie junk food on their hands. As the clock ticks down to midnight, the various nurses encounter the ghost. Nook gets a positive on her pregnancy test. She emerges from the toilet to see the lesbian twins (Orn and Am) with their forearms somehow stuck to a low table. Nook edges past to get away from this scene. Aeh runs past her; Nook tries to follow. The ghost pursues the nurses relentlessly, and seems always to have the upper hand. Does anyone come out of this OK? Do we care?------Scores------- Cinematography: 4/10 Yikes, saw it on Netflix, streamed in standard, and looks more like VHS. The aspect ratio I observed was 1.33 which looks bad to start with. Sound: 10/10 A bit florid at times, but much more effective than the visuals, the acting, or the screenplay. Acting: 5/10 Varies, but most of it is mediocre, some of it downright wooden. Screenplay: 2/10 The fracturing of the timelines of the nurses is rather severe, and none of the timelines is all that interesting. Why not? This is because I never saw any reason to care about any of the characters to begin with. They are all black market organ thieves, after all. Following each one to their own particular grisly death was more ho-hum than anything else.--------PS--------At Apai Dharma Hospital there are no recovering patients, no emergency patients, no lab tests, no admissions personnel, no custodians. Just the protagonists and the walls. Seems to be more of a context-free play filmed as a movie in an abandoned hospital.Two stars of five. The two stars are for the last three minutes before the credits, where the doctor's role in all this foulness is revealed, and for the wonderful score during the credits.
(fr) wrote: Could have been good but misses the mark. There is no character development at all, so much so that you don't even bat an eyelid when JDM's character dies. Anthony Hopkins does a decent enough job as expected, he's too good not to act the hell out of it, but the other characters are pretty much superfluous and not overly likeable. The arrival of Colin Farrell however livens things up no end. Him and Hopkins have some great scenes together and its just a shame he doesn't turn up until the last twenty minutes!!
(nl) wrote: A tale about italian immigrants on a journey to America. Slow-paced but intesting.
(kr) wrote: None of the characters in Lords of Dogtown are really likable which makes connecting with the film hard to do yet the performances by all involved (especially Hirsche) are so good you are able to look past the delinquent and criminal behaviors of the protagonists and develop a bond with them making Lords of Dogtown a great film about the beginnings of modern day skateboarding.
(fr) wrote: BAD DIRECTED, HORRIBLE ACTING. A MOVIE JUST TO SHOCK, IT DOESNT WORK FOR ME
(es) wrote: Very goood movie, I recomand.
(mx) wrote: Another Hammer Horror version of the lesbian vampire fantasies of Sheridan LeFanu's novel Camilla, Lust for a Vampire delivers on all the points that it should: Nudity, Blood, British Hair Style. The film defintely drags a bit and could have been much improved with the addition of Christopher Lee instead of the wannabe count in the background of the story. Fun, but if you want a better crack at this same material check out Hammer's Twins of Evil. VF.
(us) wrote: It is not the sort of film a lot of moviegoers find satisfying. But in its highly mannered way, it goes against the flashy camera tricks and fashionable gimmicks of 1960s directors. Thus it becomes a moody, quiet, highly personal expression.
(de) wrote: The one that started it all...
(mx) wrote: Set in hard working-class settlement, the workers are forced to work inhuman hours every day, increasing the chance of unexpected injuries. After a man gets his arm crippled, the workers tries to cut the day short by an hour without much luck, only punishment. What they need is a union or even better: a organizer. Arriving like a refugetive Marcelo Mastroianni, somewhat accidentally burst into this as their organizer. The movie itself captures the feeling of poor Italy of the 20th century and gives us insight in the mind of the working man. The voice of the common people. Mastroianni performing with high class as usual.
(us) wrote: timo Documentrio! nota 10 pra National Geographic!