In the second film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, Ogami Itto battles a group of female ninja in the employ of the Yagyu clan and must assassinate a traitor who plans to sell his clan's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart at the River Styx
In the second film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, Ogami Itto battles a group of female ninja in the employ of the Yagyu clan and must assassinate a traitor who plans to sell his clan's secrets to the Shogunate.
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Cody T (es) wrote: bad. just bad movie. not funny.
Joel M (br) wrote: 1/10: Amateurish with almost non-existent plot. Wonder how productions such as this get made - even direct to DVD/video.
Kaonashi (it) wrote: The film is a documentary on Ingmar Bergman, and you actually get to go and visit him at his home on Faro. It is the last film that Ingmar did a interview for I believe, because he died not too long after this documentary was made. A great film that gives an interesting look into what influenced and made him into one of our most treasured filmmakers. Luckily it played at the theater here near the University for two days.. otherwise I never would have been able to see it. It could be out on DVD soon, or used as a supplement on a release of a Bergman Box Set in the near future. Either way.. if a fan of Bergman.. a must see.
Paul D (ca) wrote: Meg does her best as a boxing promoter, but she is mis-cast, it's hard to get past her nicey nice image in the gritty unseen world of the fight game.
Lynn N (gb) wrote: it's AP, and CL together..... what more could I ask for... only part made me cry was Conner dying.... i love both charactors
Ashley H (ag) wrote: An admirable attempt to make meaningful film about people struggling with real life or death problems, and based on [i]The Sign of the Beaver[/i], well-regarded children's novel. Scene in which the mother (Annette O'Toole) realizes that her child, whom she is cradling in her arms, has just died, is heartwrenching. However, film suffers from being santized for modern TV audiences. Nobody was that clean in colonial times. With few exceptions, actors fail to convince that they are playing real people instead of performing for the camera in meaningful period piece.
Allan C (fr) wrote: I only watched this one because it had Mickey Rourke in it and this falls into the bad-Mickey-Rourke-movie column. It was pretty much a lame Tarantino wannabe.
Ryan C (ag) wrote: pretty good some great scenes and a great plot
Scott H (nl) wrote: The whole film itself is not a particular favorite of mine, being dark and bleak from start to end, but Timothy Hutton delivers one of the finest performances by an actor I have ever seen and is backed by a strong cast.
Brody M (mx) wrote: REALLY weird but good.Worth watching at least once
Julian Simon G (nl) wrote: A tragedy and rescue drama, with Ennio Morricone sounds. Posed an inner debate for me at an early age: Give up when there is no hope at all, lay down and wait peacefully for the end?
emulator29 (mx) wrote: The subject/script is just great not to say more ...but the filming was deceptive !
I am A (ag) wrote: this movie is so bizarro, yes the acting is terrible but the twist ending sticks with me because its so WTF??
Don S (it) wrote: I don't know what was worse - Brad Davis' acting or the screeching musical score. Billy is a dick, plain and simple. He evoked no sympathy whatsoever. But the Turkish James Gandolfini was cool!
Gary K (br) wrote: Here's all you need to know about this movie: junior college cheerleaders work as go-go dancers for tuition and moonlight as ninjas. The plot is thin because it's a B-movie with D-list stars; but, like "Amazon Women on the Moon" and any one of the "L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies" titles from Andy Sidaris, the mix of camp and action keeps this one watchable.