A young and idealistic woman, who has adopted the Salvation Army and whose father is an armament industrialist, will save more souls directing her father's business. A comedy with social commentary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young and idealistic woman, who has adopted the Salvation Army and whose father is an armament industrialist, will save more souls directing her father's business. A comedy with social commentary.
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Sean H (nl) wrote: Gilliam went full Gilliam. Pretty weird.
Rachel T (au) wrote: I actually really loved this movie, especially since I've seen Blood-C the series. Blood-C: The Last Dark had a lot more humor in it than the series and it was just really entertaining. Although, after the series, I expected waaaaaay more blood and gore in this movie. The lack of gore was made up for by beautiful animation, humor and great characters/voice actors. So. like I said, I really loved it. I was at the Alamo Draft House DFW for a showing of it last night and I really had a lot of fun (probably added to how much I enjoyed the movie). I hope FUNimation keeps doing showings like that. =D
Juan S (de) wrote: Looks kinda good.. This one could be the second movie :)
Jenny L (ca) wrote: LOVE ITT!!! action packed and kept me on my toes! Absolutly love it!
Jay B (it) wrote: A very gritty, unsettling, look at life in the hood. If you like gangster movies, this is gang violence to movie extremes.
Cory C (it) wrote: I'd deem this one underrated for sure. I expected nothing much at all in general, and predicted a goofy, brainless comedy and ended up being pleasantly surprised. The chemistry between Candy & O'Hara is fantastic.
Matthew H (nl) wrote: Great group of characters but not good directing
Ruhan R (it) wrote: If this film wasn't based on real events my rating would probably be 2 stars. When films are based on true stories it gives them a realistic quality that just brings them to life. Unfortunately, a real-life base isn't enough to make a movie great, it has to be executed right. Kevin Asch was working with an interesting story and a gifted cast, but this story wasn't presented in it's full potential. It might have been because Asch wanted to preserve the true story as best as possible, but the plot was rather mundane for a story based on international drug smuggling. It was interesting to see how the lower class Hasidic Jews were drawn into the drug game by the temptation of money, and how Sam's lifestyle estranged him from his Jewish heritage, but a grittier presentation would have helped deliver a more powerful message. Eisenberg and Bartha both performed exceptionally well, immersing themselves in their characters as best as they could. The cast did their job all right, but Asch's directing and Antonio Macia's lacking script just lacked luster.
Arlo L (ru) wrote: My complaints are mainly with the source material. Albert Finney, the reason I watched this movie, is great, but I couldn't get over the rest of movie. I especially didn't like the ending, which had somehow been out there for 80 years without me hearing it. The actual solving of the murder in quite good, but how the findings are used is what I have a problem with.
Simon H (de) wrote: A real curio, and something of a missed opportunity. Some great casting (Nesbit and Dickie are, as always, fantastic) and some poor (the teenagers are far too old for their arc's to be believable. I didn't realise until the final act they were supposed to be teenagers!), it seems that the DoP and script could have been better served by a director with more confidence or a stronger vision.