Jigokuhen

Jigokuhen

A rebellious Korean artist tests the limits of his sadistic patron, an omnipotent feudal Japanese lord. Yoshihide demands a commission to paint screens of the Hell which he sees the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Jillian L (mx) wrote: So, I took a break from Oscar nominees to watch this with some friends the other night, and it was totally worth it. Is this a parody movie? Absolutely. Is this smart as hell? Definitely. I don't love parody movies, because I think they're pointless. This is just way too smart not to ignore. It pokes fun of literally every single romantic comedy trope in existence. The incredible ensemble cast with Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd leading the charge is hilarious. There were two jokes that went a little too far/were a little too out there for me. But overall, any lover (or hater) of rom-coms will get a definite kick out of this.

Al S (br) wrote: teriable totally awful in everyway imaginable

Freeman M (mx) wrote: Michael Shannon is the reason to see it. Outside of that? Eh.

Valentina L (ca) wrote: Jennifer Lopez rules this movie. The only problem is that El Cantante is more about Puchi than Hector. But its really fine.

xXx Nats x (fr) wrote: A brilliant film about one of the best musician of the 70's. A Must See !!!!

Nicholas L (gb) wrote: The most disguisting/perverse film ever. That scene of Anthony Wong sucking out that woman's eye was sooooo real, and make me sick. Things are exagerated and rediculous even. Do not watch it if u have a heart attack or somethin' Bloody hell

Rob S (ca) wrote: I think this movie's gotten a bad rap. Yeah, it's idealistic and focuses on a naive character. It's about a girl losing her virginity! Does she have to be raped and disillusioned for a movie to earn artsy cred? If anyone paid attention to the subplots and supporting characters, her happy ending was definitely the exception to the rule. The cynicism and irony of Bertolucci's earlier movies is still here, its simply refined to the point of being very difficult to detect. Had I not known what to expect, I would have found several scenes poorly scripted or unintentionally artificial, but in fact, the almost-choreographed party scene and the rushed dinner gathering toward the end are subtler forms of the commentary we find in Last Tango in Paris or Il Conformista.

Private U (ag) wrote: A brilliant film about life and love that knows no boundaries and no end.

Najd G (au) wrote: Forgettable music and a mediocre story (even for a kid's movie) make for a whole lot of meh.

Greg P (fr) wrote: American Ninja 4 had one thing going for it over the third installment in the series, it brought back Michael Dudikoff. Unfortunately, this movie didn't have what the first, and even the second, had. The fighting is ok but some of the deaths are just way too funny and sad. Also, I can't believe how many times, Joe (Dudikoff) goes without a mask while infiltrating the enemy camp and no one does anything. One time he even goes right up to one of the bad ninjas, stands next to him, and the bad guy nods at him like he's his buddy. This is a good one for watching with a friend or two and enjoying a few laughs.

Matheus C (fr) wrote: It's "The Exterminating Angel" with a jungle setting, with characters being pray to their surrounds and revealing their real personalities to the audience an to each other. The colour cinematography is quite striking, especially when you have a very blonde and very dangerous Simone Signoret in red lisptick.

Anna L (gb) wrote: Good work from Hurt and Julia.

Aurora M (us) wrote: you have got to be kidding me .... I fee bad for Actors that took on this movie ... what were THEY thinking?