Jin ling shi san chai

Jin ling shi san chai

A Westerner finds refuge with a group of women in a church during Japan's rape of Nanking in 1937. Posing as a priest, he attempts to lead the women to safety.

In 1937 China, during the second Sino-Japanese war, a mortician, John (Christian Bale) arrives at a Catholic church in Nanjing to prepare a priest for burial. Upon arrival he finds himself the lone adult among a group of convent girl students and prostitutes from a nearby brothel. When he finds himself in the unwanted position of protector of both groups from the horrors of the invading Japanese army, he discovers the meaning of sacrifice and honor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Greg D (ca) wrote: Buried behind the filth is some really intelligent meandering conversations that carry a lot of weight.

Chandan H (ag) wrote: No matter wat any1 says this movie is absolutely hilarious.....

Sharjeel H (es) wrote: Very stylish and beautifully shot, but that's all the positives I can muster. Boring and choppy with no depth to the characters and very irritating dialogue, that tries to be profound, but just succeeds in being clichd.

Tom D (au) wrote: This entry in the film series is not as good as the first 2 films. There are some fun scenes but the villain is not very exciting. Some of the action scenes are not as good as the ones in the previous 2 films.

Jeremy S (ag) wrote: Lou Diamond PHillips OWNS the Sci Fi channel movies or something he does them all I guess. A ok watch the CGI just gets worse and worse with these things

Brian W (br) wrote: This one seemed interesting and I wanted to see it for the cast. It was good, but it defintely could have been better. The common thread between not only the women waiting for babies , bit the others in the movie, and the boy and "Philadelphia" man, was desperation, as I saw it anyway. All wanted something that was always slightly out of reach. Good but not great. Good to see if you're so inclined.

Ylber M (de) wrote: A great movie from the best movie decade the 90s.I love Anthony Hopkins when he plays this kind of characters, he is the king of this category. the movie was amazing, great story and well done.

Ashley H (de) wrote: Nuts is an excellent film. It is about a high-class call girl who is accused of murder fights for the right to stand trial rather than be declared mentally incompetent. Barbra Streisand and Richard Dreyfuss give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. Martin Ritt did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Nuts is a must see.

Benjamin W (ru) wrote: Obnoxious, goofy, weird and at times extremely gross, this may have had a point to make, but I certainly didn't get it . . .

Jamie K (de) wrote: While deeply flawed, and having some patch work to make it seem credible for Heston's departure from the franchise. Beneath the Planet of the Apes is extremely bizarre in an entertaining way. With strong performances by most ape characters.

Calum B (it) wrote: This title " intended as a spoof on the troubled MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (1962) " emerges as the odd one out in the "Carry On" series: not only do we only find just three regular performers here (Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey and Jim Dale), but there's little typical material; taken on its merits, however, it isn't bad at all and not quite the dud described on the series' official website! Incidentally, the irregular actors are the ones who score best " particularly Bernard Cribbins as an unlikely but likable hero (his character is named Poop-Decker!) and Donald Houston, intense as the villain of the piece; on the feminine side, there's the surprise casting of Juliet Mills (as a floozie who passes off as a midshipman " she sets out in search of her lost love, who turns out to be a pirate leader!). As I said, the "Carry On" stalwarts rather play second-fiddle here (especially Dale, who only gets an inconsequential bit early on), though Williams and Hawtrey manage to assert themselves during the film's latter half (when Houston and cohort Percy Herbert instigate a mutiny and our heroes are cast off at sea).While there are obviously a number of laughs scattered throughout, the general tone is atypically serious: Williams " playing the cowardly skipper of the "Venus", he's given the unsurprisingly ironic name of Captain Fearless " even loses a leg and, consequently, gets twice the "desk job" he so craved for. Also in the cast is Cecil Parker as the long-suffering Admiral who sets the nave, bumbling Cribbins off on a naval career and reappears at the end to decorate him and his companions (Houston has blackmailed Spanish Governor Patrick Cargill into yielding his entire fleet and is taking it victoriously back to England, when it's unwittingly destroyed by Cribbins & Co. " the ship's loaded cannons go off during a deck-fire, with the deed being taken for a successful attempt on their part to repel the oncoming Spanish invasion!).

Joe H (us) wrote: Ok once it gets going but the who is who seems so twisted that you actually get lost and don't care about the plot anymore.

Sarah G (de) wrote: I think I need to watch it again... the first time really freaked me out and I may have fallen asleep.