Love and Honour
A look at the relationship between a young blind samurai (Kimura) and his wife, who will make a sacrifice in order to defend her husband's honor.
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Stuart K (ru) wrote: Written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino, (Il Divo (2008) and The Great Beauty (2013)), this came about after Sorrentino met Sean Penn at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, where Il Divo premiered. Penn wanted to work with Sorrentino, and Sorrentino worked on something with Penn in mind, and the finished result is a very different kind of film, it's a good drama but it requires patience. Retired rock star Cheyenne (Penn) has been retired from music for 20 years, and lives with his wife Jane (Frances McDormand) in a large house on the outskirts of Dublin. When Cheyenne hears his father is dying he travels to New York to reconcile, only to arrive too late. He later learns his father was persecuted by the Nazi's in Auschwitz, mainly at the hands of SS Officer Alois Lange (Heinz Lieven). Cheyenne meets professional Nazi hunter Mordecai Midler (Judd Hirsch), who claims that Lange isn't worth going after, but Cheyenne heads off across America looking for Lange, finding Lange's family and anyone who knew him. This is the sort of film that would split people down the middle, and there is a lot to admire about it, and you haven't seen Penn like this before. But it's a little bit too serious, (well, regarding the subject matter, it had to be), but it might have ruined the film completely if it was a bit more tongue in cheek, but this'll do.
Louise W (ag) wrote: Dull. I quit halfway through.
WS W (mx) wrote: A Stephen Chow's directorial piece which apparently cater to the China market.
Dane A (ru) wrote: Funny story about 2 best friends becoming magicians, get separated because one friend sleeps with the other friend's wife and making the other friend accidentally decapitates his wife. Ooops...4 years later they want to make a comeback in the magic showbiz, in order to do that they must work together again.
Rick R (ca) wrote: "Vital" (2004)This is kind of a strange movie. It's not quite a horror/thriller type of movie although you see some autopsy scenes. It's very artsy-fartsy with slow paced imagery. It's more of a romance movie.Tabanobu Asano (The Last Samurai, Zatichi) plays Hiroshi, a young man who wakes up from a coma after a terrible car accident only to find that he suffers from amnesia. He discovers that he's a medical student and his girlfriend, Ryko (Nami Tsukamoto) had died in the car accident. What's even more incredible is that Ryko donated her body to science and Hiroshi is dissecting her in class.As the movie slowly progresses, so does Hiroshi's memory of Ryko. He obsessively guards her corps from the other students and meticulously draws every square centimeter of her internal organs and dreams about being with her. Another love-sick student, Ikumi (Kiki) follows Hiroshi around but he can only think of Ryko.It's a very interesting, strange, but slow-paced movie and worth a watch, but it's not what I would call a thriller.
Arnaud d (jp) wrote: Surprise: j'ai trouv a tout sauf ennuyeux. La premire partie est simple et belle, la deuxime fascinante et hypnotique. La belle mise en scne a un ct tarkovskien... Mise en condition idale pour accueillir le Boonmee.
Dyron W (br) wrote: It's the Heathers of the late 90s, though without the satirical bite.
Odeyemi M (ru) wrote: I love flixstes all day...
Kenny K (ag) wrote: As a fan of all of the deceives spoofed, this is the perfect comedy.
Niklas R (mx) wrote: This is rather bizarre still with its moments. The music is okey, the story is kind of awkward and overall it's a bit hard to keep an incentive to watch to the end, which I didn't.
Tony L (fr) wrote: Average to above average movie. Nothing new here but entertaining none the less. As far as heist films go "Entrapment" is certainly not a bust.