Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade
A member of an elite paramilitary counter-terrorism unit becomes traumatized after witnessing the suicide bombing of a young girl and is forced to undergo retraining. However, unbeknownst to him, he becomes a key player in a dispute between rival police divisions, as he finds himself increasingly involved with the sister of the girl he saw die.
- Stars:Yoshikazu Fujiki, Sumi Mutoh, Hiroyuki Kinosha, Yukio Hiroda, Yukihiro Yoshida, Eri Sendai, Kenji Nakagawa, Tamio Ôki, Doug Abrahams, Michael Dobson, Paul Dobson, Brian Drummond, Ron Halder, Ryuichi Horibe, David Kaye,
- Director:Hiroyuki Okiura,
- Writer:Mamoru Oshii (creator), Mamoru Oshii, Robert Chomiak (English adaptation)
A traumatized member of an elite para-military police force falls for the sister of a female terrorist courier who died in front of him on duty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade torrent reviews
(br) wrote: The film is shot brilliantly but lacks logic. But still an average masala bollywood movie.
(es) wrote: Like the first film, good mythology, rubbish execution and pacing.
(au) wrote: Watched with Lauren as she was preparing to use it for her class. Hadn't seen so many of the photos before. Classic Morris providing insight into the twisted brains of those he profiles.
(mx) wrote: Dawkins is the Michael Moore of religion, with all the good and bad that implies.
(us) wrote: Awesome, Loved it! One of my Favorites!
(ag) wrote: its got 2 be goood film
(es) wrote: the kind of movie the industry makes for itself, about itself. therefore, boring.
(es) wrote: My Haneke's favourite
(kr) wrote: Anyone who doesn't like this movie hasn't been in love.
(mx) wrote: Steamboat Bill, Jr. starts off fairly slow with only a small handful of funny moments during the first two thirds of the film. But it's the ending sequence of pure slapstick ingenuity that certainly makes this film worth watching. Buster Keaton proves that he's one of the most athletic, most daring, and most lovable physical comedians of all time. A good part of the film drags a bit even if the story is somewhat amusing. And some of the jokes feel outdated and more bothersome than funny, but Buster is always a joy, even if he doesn't have the necessary elements to back him up.
(it) wrote: Sick people do not buy property A real estate agent has been assigned the daunting task of selling property on an isolated island. She regularly takes potential buyers on a boat tour of the island in hopes of making a sale. On her latest trip, she discovers that some nuclear sludge has infected the island causing the Ants to become enormous. The real estate agent will fight for survival on the deserted island. ?Most people are dishonest.? Bert I. Gordon, director of Burned at the Stake, The Big Bet, How to Succeed with Sex, Village of the Giants, The Spider, and the Magic Sword, delivers Empire of the Ants. The storyline for this picture is awful. The ants themselves were entertaining, in a comical sense, and the acting was mediocre. The cast contained two beauties, Joan Collins (Dynasty) and Pamela Susan Shoop, and a couple lesser known actors, Robert Lansing (The Equalizer) and John David Carson (Creature from Black Lake). ?Don?t tell me your problems, Harris, and I won?t tell you mine.? While this film was surprisingly entertaining and I couldn?t wait to see how it unfolded, I must say that as the film progressed, it became more and more frustrating. I could easily look past the campy special effects and appreciate the story and plot, but the end of the film transitioned from a giant monster movie to a muscle car/mind eraser picture. I?m not sure why the film went in that direction, but it transitioned the film from a must see to a ?might as well miss.? ?It causes an obligatory response. Did you hear that? Obligatory.? Grade: D+