Kyôfu

Kyôfu

Dr. Hattori and her husband watch footage of brain surgery experiments with Manchurian, Russian and Japanese guinea pigs that had been found in the basement of a wrecked hospital. Out of ...

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Barbara M (es) wrote: Jamie Chung is beautiful but such an awful actress that I couldn't even finish the movie

Tatiana V (it) wrote: What a wonderful movie!

Daniel P (br) wrote: A sadly uneven movie that falls apart with its schlocky third act, and completely undoes (1) a relatable story about an exemplar of the generation of children told they were wonderful for their entire lives (only to discover upon leaving college that they're only as wonderful as their peers), (2) a charming (if cliche) romantic plot, and (3) borderline hilarious supporting character work by Michael Keaton, as the heroine's dad. The way the character gets out of her bind is entirely based on a series of coincidences, and it's all-too convenient to seem meaningful or even plausible. A friend said to me that she felt when watching this that in the end, the main character should have failed. I completely agree; had she failed, but retained some sliver of success or learning from the journey, the film could have been a winner. As it is, though, it seems to be yet another surprising, promising slice-of-life chewed to pieces by the Hollywood pap machine.

Angela (au) wrote: Thisn is seriously one of the worst films ever. It's like bad porn without sex the acting and story line are just complete arse. I doubt these actors ever worked again. I challenge anyone to sit through more than 10 mins of this crap although I wouldn't recommend wasting your money or valuable minutes!

Caroline D (fr) wrote: This movie was just meh. I didn't hate it but also thought it could have been better.

Gav S (kr) wrote: soooooo darkly funny, even Danny Dyer's cockney one dimensional 'acting' couldn't fuck it up. LOVED IT!!

Tsukasa A (mx) wrote: It's not bad but would be better if they focus on subtleties of life.

Cee C (nl) wrote: another great work of walter salles !!

Nolanbrams R (mx) wrote: A weirdly written -- but greatly amusing fairy tale that shines with humor fit for both kids & adults. The plot is very focused on what it means to be human. Romance, friendships - to be alone, to feel ugly and basic human emotions. It's one movie of its kind -- so odd but the writing is exemplary! We follow these well visualized characters on their paths through the tale and it is an entertaining & happy ride! Sure some out there might think it's a "too immature film" -- and the animation is in comparison with today's standards very vague. But it's one heck of a film!Personal rating: 75/100Critical rating: 87/100

Rebecca L (gb) wrote: Just thought I'd never seen anything less interesting...

Stefan L (ru) wrote: Useless... Bad acting and even worse dialouge

Sharon F (es) wrote: I love this movie. What a great view of America during the war.

Steve S (ag) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Martin T (ca) wrote: The best of Fritz Lang's American output, a psychologically dense tale of lust, rage, jealousy, domestic abuse, sexual violence... and murder. Two of my favorites, Broderick Crawford and Gloria Grahame, expertly weave a relationship fraught with misery. Grahame is especially wonderfully, bringing a rich emotional complexity to a character that could easily be played as a one-note manipulator. Glenn Ford is fine as well, playing a somewhat damaged veteran caught in the middle. The film packs a number of surprises and subverts some noir conventions (and perhaps even the production code). Add on a mostly good score and some stark photography, and you've got a thoughtful, bleak portrait of frustration and desperation.