Kitaro and the Millennium Curse
Young women disappear one after another in drizzling rain. They all hear the “cursed song” of the Cage Song before they vanish into thin air. Kitaro and his friends investigate these mysterious cases when they meet Kaede Hiramoto, a high school girl who finds herself involved in this mystery. With the help from the librarian of Yokai Library, they find out that the curse was caused by an evil Yokai that was released from 1,000 years of sealing. To save Kaede, they are to gather the 5 ancient musical instruments and perform the ritual to seal the evil Yokai again, which has to be done within 48 hours!
- Stars:Eiji Wentz, Kii Kitano, Rena Tanaka, Yô Ôizumi, Isamu Tanonaka, Kanpei Hazama, Shinobu Terajima, Ji-seob So, Shirô Sano, Takashi Sasano, Masato Hagiwara, Shigeru Muroi, Ken Ogata, Yûho Yamashita, Hiroto Araki,
- Director:Katsuhide Motoki,
- Writer:Mitsuhiko Sawamura, Shigeru Mizuki (characters)
Set in the same world populated by Yokai, demon spirits with supernatural powers - Wentz Eiji of WaT reprises his role as half-human, half-yokai hero Kitaro, who takes it upon himself to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Grotesque is a spectacular mess. The filmmakers really didn't know. In the end we have what can be classed as 3 separate movies, and all three are awful. The first 3rd has the family being slaughtered by punks looking to score big money by robbing the family.The middle act has a twisted and ugly man chasing down the punks and killing them, and the aftermath with the survivors and the police.The conclusion sees all of this as a bad movie in a theatre and showing us what the 'real' monsters are.Not one of these acts would have made its own good movie, the summation was even worse.
(br) wrote: I enjoyed half of the short stories, the other half of them not so much.
(fr) wrote: NOT FAIR THAT I AM DEAF AS I NEED CAPTAIN CLOSED!
(nl) wrote: Its incredible....Very powerfull movie.. it makes you think... and it will prolly make you cry
(br) wrote: I have enjoyed this movie. It was funny and interesting. I like how it explained the fear of pedophilia and the double standard of males in society. The only problem I had was the ending, it could have been written better.
(ru) wrote: Makes Hotel Rwanda look like a bad Weekend at Burnies.
(fr) wrote: Not terrible for a predictable Aussie rom-com! Rhys Ifans & Miranda Otto are good, although I'm not sure why the lead actor isn't an Australian, but rather a Welsh guy... Pretty preposterous concept - which has since been tested by the 'balloon boy' - but it's basically about him finding his calling in small town NSW. Stock-standard from then on, pretty much.
(mx) wrote: Why even put a movie up if you have no information on it....can't tell if a movie's interesting enough to watch without the information....morons!
(jp) wrote: I WANT TO SEE THIS MOVIE SOOOOOOO BADLY!!!!!!!
(ag) wrote: A prime example of a film so bad, it's brilliant. Ken Russell does another film of a composer, but giving it the same bonkers, modern attitude he'd used in Tommy (1975). Roger Daltrey plays Franz Liszt as if he were a 70's rock star, and it focuses on a supposed rivalry between him and Richard Wagner (Paul Nicholas), how he tried to win the affections of Princess Carolyn of Russia (Sara Kestelman), and even encounters The Pope, (Ringo Starr, in cowboy boots as well!! :O) Probabily the most bonkers film ever made, it's the biggest load of twaddle ever made, BUT I LOVE IT!! :D It's visually beautiful, but it shows Russell at his very best with the mad imagery and sex & nudity, (get the tissues out Gentlemen!! :D) But, it has some moments in it which beggar belief!! :O Plus, it has a score by Rick Wakeman of Yes, and Daltrey is a good actor as well!! ;) :D
(us) wrote: A forgotten classic. Absolutely fantastic and gut bustingly hilarious. I think stoners in particular would enjoy this film under the influence. It's like nothing I've ever seen and feels way ahead of its time. It's also Groucho Marx's last film.
(au) wrote: Die evil rocks, die!
(ag) wrote: Whilst this is the probably one of the bloodiest films ever made, which will have many reaching for the nearest bucket, it also leaves you with no illusions about the brutality of medieval warfare. The relentless battle scenes and graphic depiction of men being hacked to pieces is perhaps over emphasised at the expense of any meaningful plot, but it is possibly a more accurate depiction of the true horror of hand to hand combat than seen in more sanitised films. The grey back drop also draws you into the grim world and misery of King John's reign. Absorbing in a voyeuristic sense, but really should be an 18 certificate and not 15.