Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell

Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell

In the sixth and final film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, the final conflict between Ogami Itto and the Yagyu clan is carried out.

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Ine E (nl) wrote: Great true story movie. Went in a group of 5, ages from 14 to 70.We all enjoyed it. Excellent.

Heather M (ru) wrote: Carlyle was very good in this movie, but it wasn't an original or memorable story.

Andy C (ru) wrote: A quickie revenge tale pits a pouty weirdo bent on avenging a death of a loved one against a third rate rock band who's concert mishap a la Rhode Island killed him. Cheap.

TTT C (it) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down An average little slasher flick.

Jason M (kr) wrote: I feel bad for Adam Sandler in this movie so I'll give it twice as many stars as it gave me laughs.

Jorge C (us) wrote: Humor-negro-frances!

Private U (de) wrote: Absolutely loved this movie. Great comedy with a twisted serial killer. A must see for the actors and the comedic dark twist.

Michael G (kr) wrote: The Quatermass Xperiment doesn't quite live up to all the hype as the granddaddy of Hammer Horror. Some parts were legitimately creepy (the cockpit film was disturbing in a last 2 minutes of Blair Witch Project kind of way) and the last 15 minutes were magnificently photographed -- like Third Man magnificently photographed (especially the nighttime zoo scene.) Thse praises aside, all you're really looking at is a lot of running around, some great-looking corpses and a brief but final shot of a really cool-looking creature. It's definitely worth a watch, but not necessarily worth all the trouble of getting a hard-to-acquire copy.

Masorad (kr) wrote: Rather pedestrian convolutions for a Sturges reel. The bulk of the film is flashback which amusingly illustrates the foolhardiness of making a purse from a sow's ear. And, couldn't help feeling that this was the Tamiroff performance that struck J.D. Salinger enough to cite in "Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut."

Lauren B (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this movie, as someone who enjoys writing, I liked that it's about writers. It had a good cast and the actors/actresses did a nice joy with their roles. I like the story, it has some very heartfelt moments and feels real.