Kumokiri Nizaemon, a former samurai warrior, has abandoned his class to become the leader of a gang of thieves. He leads his outlaws in an attempt to rob the castle of his former clan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kumokiri Nizaemon, a former samurai warrior, has abandoned his class to become the leader of a gang of thieves. He leads his outlaws in an attempt to rob the castle of his former clan.
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claire h (de) wrote: Neither a drama, travelogue or documentary. Soporifically slow. Main actors likeable and interesting but the movie didn't give them a chance. Art school stuff. Learned about Breugel but could have googled that
Peter M (es) wrote: One of my childhoods most favorite movies!
Lee M (nl) wrote: The case has been made into two previous movies - Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" (1948) and Richard Fleisher's "Compulsion" (1959), but both to one degree or another played down the topic of homosexuality. This new version by writer-director Tom Kalin plays it up, sometimes in ways that are fairly disturbing, as when he seems to linger on the ways the dominant Loeb was able to control the more submissive Leopold by using sex as a weapon.
Alex S (mx) wrote: Good sci-fi thriller, better than I expected.
Joseph S (ag) wrote: SSSSS(you dont say it you hiss it!), is one of the best of the worst movies Ive ever seen, but then again I did find it at 3am, where it lured me in with its siren call to scrap my bellow across the bottom of the barrel of 70's junk horror.A young man comes to work for a scientist experimenting with snakes, and becomes the subject of an experiment to turn humans into snakes (never mind why) and not half-human-half-snake men, just regular normal sized snakes. Its not as if the film didnt have the budget for half-human-half-snake men, becaus during a prolonged transformation sequence we watch one of the guys slowly become more and more snake like, reminiscent of a low budget "The Fly", but the end result...just snakes...The evil scientist also kills his enemies and his daughter's would be suitors by hiding poiusonois snakes in thier rooms, or pouring them on their heads or using them as daggers (or maybe I just dreamed that part). Its trully one of the worst movies I've ever seen, and one hypnotic in its awful execution on ever level. The climax of the of the film is a fight between a snake and a mongose. Although one or two of the performances are decent, I'm suprised that anyone would re-use this most clever and obscure of movie titles, but Jennifer Lynch (or her distrubotors since wikipedia actually calls the film "Nagin: The Snake Woman".) decided to give it a dust off. You have to sssseee it for yourself...Im sorry I had to say it once...
Amy B (kr) wrote: Family friendly but like 99% of movies it does have a few negative moments. It opens with Graham in a bar. As I recall, it's not crucial to the movie so you could fast forward the first 5 minutes or so. Also, there is a part in the middle of the movie where he makes a drink at his home. The rest of the story is cute and pretty unique using a real otter and all. Nothing scary, but there is a sad part.
Jair V (ag) wrote: hahaha sucks! Hercules is a big jerk!
Matthew Francis L (gb) wrote: Gulp! Having heard absolutely nothing about this movie (or the book it's based upon), I approached it expecting nothing more than another 'fantasy' story. I was NOT expecting to have my heart ripped out. I am such a wuss.
Nate T (au) wrote: Classic! Followed by 3 theatrical sequels and a TV series reboot. On Blu-ray.
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Really corny but enjoyable.