Loved Gun is a story about a hitman named Hayamada (Masatoshi Nagase) who carries a distinctive red gun. As the film progresses we discover the reason for his work, and how he came to be alone. His aim right now is to reach a desitination, but he’s late. Along the way, having injured himself in a vehicular accident, he runs into Miyuki (Aoi Miyazaki), who as also become alone due to tragic events within her family. As Hamayada collapses from his injuries Miyuki takes him to a hospital.
Loved Gun is a story about a hitman named Hayamada (Masatoshi Nagase) who carries a distinctive red gun. As the film progresses we discover the reason for his work, and how he came to be alone. His aim right now is to reach a desitination, but he’s late. Along the way, having injured himself in a vehicular accident, he runs into Miyuki (Aoi Miyazaki), who as also become alone due to tragic events within her family. As Hamayada collapses from his injuries Miyuki takes him to a hospital. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Loved Gun torrent reviews
(au) wrote: The best horror movie of this decade, being both disturbing and touching.
(ca) wrote: You'd think Roland Emmerich would be better at blowing up the world by now, he's done it like 3 different times.
(nl) wrote: If you've never been introduced to Emily Blunt before this film is a good starter. She manages to make an otherwise snoozefest with geriatric versions of Susan Sarandon and Sam Neill into a close facsimilie of a classic Hitchcock mindfuck (excuse my French). Is Blunt the villian? Is she the victim? Is Susan Sarandon the villain? Is she the victim? You'll be asking yourself this question until the very end when you realize how dark this film really is. A vastly underrated and interesting film worth a few viewings just to take in Blunt's performance. She's going to be huge one day soon.
(mx) wrote: Good lord help whoever liked this film
(mx) wrote: great movie, see also "I heart huckabees" and "imaginarium of dr. parnassus"
(de) wrote: not as good as the PBS story which is more accurate about Lewis' life
(de) wrote: An intelligent film, with a convincing Petar Bozovic as Nikola Tesla.
(ru) wrote: Starring Topol and Norma Crane. In director Norman Jewison's words, "It's the story of a man and his God, and his problems with his five daughters." Jewison took a successful gamble by casting the role of Tevye with the Israeli actor Topol rather than use Zero Mostel, who originated the part of Broadway. Topol's understated performance is in direct contrast to Mostel, whose over-the-top antics worked best on stage. The beautiful cinematography has an earthy quality which emphasizes the importance of the land in which the story is set -- that would be early 20th-century Ukraine, by the way.
(ru) wrote: Alastair Sim is captivating in his debut film role as Inspector Cockrill in this very clever English crime mystery. The cinematography is ingenious too particularly in the early scenes where marvelous use is made of shade and light to intensify the creepy mood and atmosphere.
(gb) wrote: Another triumphant performance for Davis and one of the five Best Actress nominations she got in a row, a feat still unsurpassed. Like several of her other classic films, the plot easily lends itself to soap opera melodrama, but the able direction and pitch-perfect acting are what makes it transcend this to cinematic masterpiece. Also, first time I remember seeing a film with Ronald Reagan. That was just a random remark really. Although Geraldine Fitzgerald is completely lost in the emotionally overwhelming performance by Bette Davis, she deserves praise for her portrayal as Davis' best friend, something of a thankless role in this case, doomed to be outshone, and yet she manages to bring something unforgettable to the part, holding her own and even giving the star a bit of serious competition in some scenes.
(br) wrote: One of the worst movies I have watched.Ended up skipping most of it. Nothing really happens. Don't waste your time.
(br) wrote: Jim can be so damn obnoxious sometimes...