Miyamoto Musashi: Showdown at Hannyazaka Heights
The remake of Yoshikawa's novel continues with the second installment in which Takezo, soon to be Miyamoto Musashi, emerges from the Himeji Castle after three years of intense contemplation and philosophical study and starting on his epic quest to complete his skill in the Way.
- Stars:Kinnosuke Nakamura, Wakaba Irie, Isao Kimura, Chieko Naniwa, Kusuo Abe, Rentarô Mikuni, Michiyo Kogure, Satomi Oka, Takamaru Sasaki, Shinjirô Ehara, Chôichirô Kawarasaki, Hiroshi Minami, Ryôsuke Kagawa, Ichitarô Kuni, Mitsuru Takeuchi,
- Director:Tomu Uchida,
- Writer:Naoyuki Suzuki (adaptation), Tomu Uchida (adaptation), Eiji Yoshikawa (novel)
The remake of Yoshikawa's novel continues with the second installment in which Takezo, soon to be Miyamoto Musashi, emerges from the Himeji Castle after three years of intense contemplation and philosophical study and starting on his epic quest to complete his skill in the Way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Miyamoto Musashi: Showdown at Hannyazaka Heights torrent reviews
(us) wrote: The art style wasn't the best of what you expect from DC animated films but if there is one word I will use to describe this film, it would be 'refreshing.' The movie was humorous, a bit raunchy, and a nice twist thrown in for good measure. It certainly isn't your typical superman movie, it was more mature which helped to make it stand out against the many other superman titles.
(nl) wrote: I wasn't sure what to expect but walked away feeling like I'd watched one of the best movies I'd seen in quite some time.
(gb) wrote: It was touching. Tearful. Totally a chick flick. Definately go!
(br) wrote: Gang Related featured James Belushi and Tupac Shakur (in his final performance) as a crooked cop duo set on covering up their tracks. The performances in this film were decent, no moving chemistry anywhere but the acting wasn't crummy. The plot itself was ok, but the twists and turns weren't designed that well and the plot felt like it was dragging on after a while. Overall a standard watch but nothing special.
(gb) wrote: Very inventive and clever premise, with great acting and a funny script
(kr) wrote: 90 min car chase that bores to death
(it) wrote: A true disappointment. I enjoyed the first one so much, and this one does not compare at all. A few laughs, and the big celebrity cameos are fun, but it just tries too hard, with way too many one liners and cheesy cliches, and the special effects were not charmingly bad like in the first film, but were poorly done in CGI, which just looked bad. It was also super long and confusing, too many main characters due suddenly. Watched on Netflix at home, February 21, 2016.
(br) wrote: Megamind is sort of like a combination between The Incredibles and Superman. It packs enough of a punch to set itself apart with the intriguing premise, good life lessons, and incredibly great voice cast. It's definitely not on par with Disney or Pixar, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
(ag) wrote: A really bland character that isn't interesting enough to base a movie around. Pacino at seems to be trying, but much like with his performance in The Humbling, it's too low key and sleep inducing. Strange to criticize Pacino for keeping the energy too low and minimalist. The script is probably what fails the most here. There's just unfortunately nothing interesting happening on screen. A small misfire from David Gordon Green.