Meatball Machine

Meatball Machine

Capable of making bio-mechanical weapons out of human flesh, alien parasites grotesquely invade the Earth, turning their hosts into maniacal killers who seek and destroy each other to the bloody death! And yes, it s also a human love story, even though the budding romantics are infested with slimy, tumor-like globules.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alien,   cannon,   surrealism,  

Full-throttle splatter-ific Japanese cyberpunk science fiction/horror at its most aggressive, this mind-blower about alien parasites that turn their human hosts into slave "Necroborgs" will leave you dizzy and drained - in a good way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steven G (au) wrote: This is actually a smart movie.

Alessandro B (es) wrote: ... and the music of Paul Oakenfold!

Jackson S (it) wrote: Its all right It does flip off the audience though.

BRiana C (us) wrote: American Beauty takes a whole new look at the American Dream. While I can agree that Kevin Spacey did an amazing job in his role as Lester Burnham, I think this film is grossly overrated. It makes its social and moral commentary much to overt for my enjoyment. I also could not wrap my mind around the character Lester's arch. He goes from an average guy with a boring monotonous life to an anti-hero willing to engage in sexual activity with his daughter's best friend as well as blackmail his wife. It's not that this character arch was unbelievable, but more that it was unsatisfying. To me it was an attempt on the writer's part to make the film as edgy and biting as possible, while sacrificing the story line in the process.Another point of discontent was the rose thread, which symbolized lust and passion. I felt it was too overt for the viewers. There is no element of this film that is difficult or trying to grasp; it is all very in your face, leaving nothing for the viewer to ponder as they leave the theater or walk away from the screen. I did appreciate the methods used in the film that contributed to the cinematography as a whole. The use of the mundane sounding elevator tunes throughout the movie conveyed the boring nature of the average American life beautifully and was a marvelous thread that stayed consistent up until Lester was shot. The sameness conveyed early in the film by the sets matching the characters' outfits was also a choice I appreciated that further exemplified the theme of monotony. Although some elements of the film did contribute to some enjoyable moments, overall I believe it was not as great a movie as others believe it to be due to overreaching on the writer's part to give it immense shock value, although it did convey an important social message in the end.

Alejandro V (us) wrote: Divertida comedia, muchos personajes agradables, situaciones graciosas y adecuadas actuaciones, destacan Courtney Love y Martha Plimpton

Tara M (us) wrote: Hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeffrey C (mx) wrote: I am not esepcially impressed by this Edward Yang, as you can guess from the storyline from the mood and tone the picture delibrately produce.

Timm S (ca) wrote: who Knew Nicholas Was So Damn Hairy!!? Comic Timing, Not Bein' His Best Suit, He'd Probably Had Fared Better In One Of The Elvis Get-Ups.. Which Kinda Happens Near The End, But Still, Mediocre Laughs Here..Not Much Else.

Eric R (ca) wrote: A pretty fun Jerry Lewis film about a young man whom just got out of a horrible relationship. He ends up stumbling across a mansion full of woman and becomes they Handy man. Its vintage Jerry Lewis. There are some great gags, and the production design of this film is really quite marvelous. If you are a fan a Jerry its definetly required viewing, though in my opinion, not one of his best.

jasmine c (us) wrote: This Stuff Funny N Will Be Happy To See It .... : )