K.Y.E.: Kill Your Enemy

K.Y.E.: Kill Your Enemy

This dark comedy takes as its premise a reality game show in which the competition is to murder the other contestants and record in on camera. Similar in intent to reality TV spoof SERIES 7: THE CONTENDERS, this mockumentary-style movie profiles three characters who are given a series of rules to follow as they attempt to murder their enemies and catch the act on camera.

This dark comedy takes as its premise a reality game show in which the competition is to murder the other contestants and record in on camera. Similar in intent to reality TV spoof SERIES 7: THE CONTENDERS, this mockumentary-style movie profiles three characters who are given a series of rules to follow as they attempt to murder their enemies and catch the act on camera. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Doug J (kr) wrote: *Nothing scares the army more than nonviolent opposition.* This fascinating and tragic documentary tracks the Israeli confiscation of farm land from a small Palestinian village in the early 2000s. It provides a modern example of the complaint of Ezekiel, *The people of the land have used oppressions, committed robbery, and mistreated the poor and needy; and they wrongfully oppress the stranger.* - Ez. 22:29. The village, Budrus, offers nonviolent resistance, especially the Palestinian women, and the situation takes a fascinating turn when Israeli citizens join with the Palestinians to resist the Israeli government incursions. *I saw in reality Israelis defending me from the soldiers of the Occupation. It was strange to see a Jew standing side by side with me,* says one of the Palestinian participants. The Budrus situation was a mere slice of the ongoing injustice, and Americans should make an effort to see this award-winning film.

Doha Film I (br) wrote: The film "Kids Return" follows two delinquent teenage high school dropouts, who enjoy harassing schoolmates and teachers. Their nonchalant lifestyle leads them to two different paths, seemingly successful.Masaru (Ken Kaneko) and the gentler associate Shinji (Masanobu Ando) are accompanied by a recurrent musical score every time they're engaged in an activity, hinting that life can be beautiful and hopeful with possibilities. They're absorbed in their fantastical world enjoying a series of adventures- fun for them, however damaging to their peers. They're typical bullies who burn their professor's car for the slightest reason and horrify their classmates in order to take their money, which they spend in their usual hangout. These repulsing actions predict a dark future as per the school staff but yet are somehow envied by other teenagers.Some of their victims decide to revenge and hire a boxer to teach the pair a lesson; Masaru ironically gets knocked down aggressively. As failure is not an option, he decides to train and get even while dragging his shy friend along the way.In the gym the trainers notice Shinji's natural talent in boxing, contrary to what everybody expected due to his more stoic nature. But after a failure in an impulsive challenge, Masaru decides to quit for a more dangerous endeavor encouraging his friend to stay and pursue a chance that will change his life.While Shinji focuses on his training to become a ring champ, his best friend joins a local Yakuza gang (Japanese gangsters) in the hope he'll become a leader one day; their paths diverge to an uncertain course.The kids are not totally responsible of their choices, but rather drawn into a series of decisions that are led by pure coincidence. Meeting the Yakuza boss in a restaurant left them with a shallow interpretation of the 'cool' rich man, strong and respected by his surroundings. Truth is, once Masaru gets involved with them, there's no turning back.While Shinji has been devoting all his time in the gym with the admiration of his boxing mates, jealousy of the older generation threatens his success. One of the old champs convinces him to enjoy life outside the training ring with an unhealthy lifestyle, and Shinji's natural inclination to follow changes the course of a promising career.Kitano shows a deep understanding of a troubled youth, introducing humorous angles in their portrayal. At the same time, he raises realistic questions on the consequences of roaming without a purpose, without guidance. Being nihilistic in his approach doesn't deny his affection to these young men with great potential for success while bridging to the inevitable adulthood - leaving the audience thoughtful..

Skye M (kr) wrote: The best movie about an amputee becoming a cyborg rave DJ I've ever seen!

Louisa G (ag) wrote: i relly want to see it

Dominic S (nl) wrote: An interesting concept for a comedic film by Woody Allen. I don't think I ever saw another film like this.An oldstyle comedic mockumentary on a fictional figure.What's better is the type of person this film is about: a human chameleon named Leonard Zelig, someone who can literally transform to match the people he is around to fit in. If he is around black people, his hair and skin will change. If he is around doctors, he will pose as one. When around anyone, he will fit in with them.It came from when Zelig was younger and was asked if he's read Moby Dick. He was embarrassed to say no. He was humiliated and never wanted to feel like that again. So from then on, he's made sure he could always fit in with the crowd and not negatively stand out and potentially be humiliated.With this story concept, Allen add hilarious lines all throughout the film.This film is added to my list of favorite Woody Allen films.Zelig, I give you a 100%.

Charlie H (br) wrote: This film has not aged well. It's almost unbelievably cheesy, and the special effects are laughable

Zachary M (jp) wrote: With only a few changes from the original script, we get Alien 3. Well at least that what it feels like. If you've seen the original there's really no need to see this one. But it does go on to be a perfect example of never judge a director by his first outing. Cause if you did, we'd never have gotten gems like Seven, The Social Network, and Gone Girl. Everyone deserves a second chance people.

Lee O (us) wrote: Zoe Saldana makes a pretty good bad ass as she kills her way through stylish set pieces. Mindless but enjoyable.

Lee R (de) wrote: Why is everyone in this movie a piss poor shot?

Devon O (jp) wrote: A movie glorifying what would be a war crime in the modern era.