Zero Mostel plays an inspector on the trail of criminals who have captured a robot called Chatze(sp?) played by Felix Silas. The inspector has delusions that he is a great Samurai warrior and the movie flashes back and forth between present day and ancient times.
- Stars:Zero Mostel, Keiko Kishi, Gawn Grainger, Bradford Dillman, Jules Munshin, Frankie Sakai, Sorrell Booke, Zaldy Zshornack, Felix Silla, Phil Leeds, Kichi Taki, Tetsu Nakamura, Chikako Natsumi, Larry Ohashi, Masanobu Wada,
- Director:Alex March,
- Writer:Terence Clyne (screenplay), Terence Clyne (story), Ian McLellan Hunter
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Mastermind torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A very by the numbers SyFy movie, still worth a watch but don't expect anything spectacular as you will be disappointed but if you got time to kill and nothing to watch then give it a go.
(nl) wrote: When Donnie Yen move half a muscle of a finger, worlds crumble. Unfortunately, this time, there are a lot of moments half comedy, half romance, deverting an otherwise straight road of carnage. Perhaps it is a shame, but, to be fair, the fun-scum bent of Yen charactere is not bad executed and the alchemy with his female co-actress is good, so, pardon him for not beating everything in sight.
(ru) wrote: One of the best docs I've seen in a long time. Watch it and realise how shit boxing is today in comparison!
(es) wrote: Could have been much better.
(us) wrote: obviously a kind of humour and isn't geared towards me but funny is funny.
(ru) wrote: I love these French movies. An extremely beautiful story, beautifully shot that should leave a lingering fondness and a lump in the throat long after the credits roll. The beauty is in the simplicity and power of the story between a naive Arab boy and a mischievous and wild Lila exploring the timeless themes of longing for something unknown and unachievable, losing something that seemed was never there, to the ultimate realisation of having attained true love which transcends social boundaries. Vahina is mesmerising as Lila. The script is almost poetic in its crudeness but French movies
(nl) wrote: Very well made and executed German spy film, but not set during WWII, or even the 60s or 70s Cold War era - it's set in 1984 & 1985, just before the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War. The East German ('GDR') Stasi, through Wiesler (Mhe) and Grubitz (Tukur) are out to get anyone who tries to undermine the GDR and set out to see if Dreyman (Koch), a writer, and Sieland (Gedeck), an actor, are up to anything, since they're artists, so must be! What follows is an interesting view into the lives of these characters, particularly Wiesler, as he listens to everything the two lovers say and becomes enamored with them. Not a lot of action, but plenty of drama and tension and the film never stops moving. Great ending and quite enjoyable.
(jp) wrote: After Sean Young ruined her Hollywood career (whiining prima-donna) she ended up doing made-for-TV stories and junk like this.
(jp) wrote: Tony the zombie was more frightening when he was human, walking around town with his nipples showing through his shirt.1 star for watching shielded by MST3K!
(us) wrote: Light fun. Not really "that" investing though.
(us) wrote: As far as spy movies tend to go, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind takes the edge by maintaining a comedic baseline on the dark side of audience with sudden scenes of pure dread and thrill. Pulling a film such as this has being attempted before with no real success. It is truly not a feat that should be attempted without an extremely skilled and experienced director, yet Clooney succeeded none the less. In my experience, action-spy movies tend to be the only ones to succeed, and unfortunately seeing how this movie did in the box office, the statement stands. Overall, the film managed to make the audience care about its central character, leave a bit of thrill for the spy, a little spite for the unfaithful husband, a lot of soullessness for the host of your usual game show, and the remaining shred of humanity on a writer. As far as biopic films go, it is along Jarhead and Ray for me.
(kr) wrote: "Boy. What a week. I met you on Monday, fell in love with you on Tuesday, Wednesday I was unfaithful, Thursday we killed a guy together. How about that for a crazy week, Sue Ann?"
(jp) wrote: Not the best from both Damon and Kinnear , but still very endearing.