Last Life in the Universe
An obsessive-compulsive Japanese librarian living in Bangkok spends most of his days contemplating suicide in his lifeless apartment. His life changes when he witnesses the death of Nid, seconds before he was about to jump off a bridge. This brings him in contact with Nid's elder sister Noi - these two lost and lonely souls help each other find the meaning to their meaningless existences.
- Stars:Tadanobu Asano, Sinitta Boonyasak, Laila Boonyasak, Yutaka Matsushige, Riki Takeuchi, Takashi Miike, Yôji Tanaka, Sakichi Satô, Thiti Rhumorn, Junko Nakazawa, Akiko Anraku, Nortioshi Urano, Phimchanok Nala Dube, Ampon Rattanawong, Jakrarin Sanitti,
- Director:Pen-Ek Ratanaruang,
- Writer:Pen-Ek Ratanaruang, Prabda Yoon
A suicidal, obsessively compulsive Japanese librarian is forced to lie low in Thailand with a pot-smoking woman coping with the recent loss of her sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Last Life in the Universe torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This looks like Ocean's 11 or The Italian Job but in Korean style.
(ag) wrote: If you have dream, go for it.
(jp) wrote: I like the Movies so much
(ca) wrote: very good coming of age tale set in contemporary day rome. caterina moves from the country and is exposed to alternative vs. preppy (like mean girls) and the politics of communism vs. fascism. this movie ends hopefully, for there is a place for the majority of society that does not fall under the 'privieged.' caterina finds her place and fulfills a dream.
(us) wrote: if your looking for a chick flick to watch with the ol' lady this one is barable
(de) wrote: A man looking all over New York to find this girl Natalie played by Halle Berry. Who wouldn't go looking all over New York to find her.
(us) wrote: Not as good as the third. But quite a witty sequel!
(jp) wrote: Somewhat creepy if not flat-out terrifying with performers who are sort of likeable despite the laughably bad acting.
(ru) wrote: This movie really just goes on and on and I'm afraid was unable of fully holding my attention. It seems like every kind of scene from every kind of war prisoner movie was tossed in here and after awhile it only feels punishing to the viewer no matter how well it is shot or how ahead of it's time it was in terms of content.
(br) wrote: a strange and funny little film from russ the tithouse meyer
(jp) wrote: I see 21 Grams a slightly lighter version of Amores Perros. And I really love all the fantastic bits in 21 Grams, such as superb acting from all actors, the script, the editing, etc. 21 Grams has this theme that is depressing and heavy but it also tells you something about life, the agony of it. I really like it and before seeing this movie, I have never appreciated Sean Penn. 21 Grams is the one that changes my opinion about Penn.Not to mention that Benecio del Toro is the most amazing.
(gb) wrote: Finally watched Inglorious Basterds on Amazon Prime. This is Tarantino at his most irreverent. Even the horrific scenes have laugh-out-loud moments. As far as story-lines go, much of it seems a bit far-fetched, and Brad Pitt's Tennessee accent was comical. But it's Tarantino, so it gets an A-minus.
(de) wrote: Scott's best "Legend? What's that?" swords-and-more-swords, repentant film.
(nl) wrote: Two caveats about this film: it must be watched in widescreen format, preferably in near-HD quality, and, this is crucial, one must hear this film in its 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound. Anything less is, well, let me put it this way: the first time I saw this film was on Encore, a rainy day, playing hooky from school, watching this on a standard TV and in pan & scan. No good. These correspond to the two saving features of this epic: its sublime cinematography and an absolutely transcendent score by Horner. I don't think this music can be praised highly enough. Horner crafts a score of Wagnerian proportions with Ring-like leitmotifs -- Siegfriedian heroism, lilting romance, and fire music matched only by John Williams. Glorious. The narrative itself has enough mythic alchemy to keep even the most astute students of Campbell and Jung awake, should the sonorous and visual narratives not be enough. Very pleasurable, highly recommended, especially to those of the sci-fi fantasy persuasion.
(nl) wrote: Average screen play made better by the right cast & crew. Jean-Claude comes close to real acting in several scenes - and who doesn't want to see Mia Sara in anything?
(de) wrote: Doris Day and Rock Hudson are always fun to watch.