Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison
After his capture for attempted assassination of the Raikage, leader of Kumogakure, as well as killing Jōnin from Kirigakure and Iwagakure, Naruto is imprisoned in Hōzukijou: A criminal containment facility known as the Blood Prison. Mui, the castle master, uses the ultimate imprisonment technique to steal power from the prisoners, which is when Naruto notices his life has been targeted. Thus begins the battle to uncover the truth behind the mysterious murders and prove Naruto's innocence.
- Stars:Junko Takeuchi, Chie Nakamura, Rikiya Koyama, Kazuhiko Inoue, Masaki Terasoma, Mie Sonozaki, Yuichi Nakamura, Kengo Kawanishi, Kôsei Hirota, Masako Katsuki, Shotaro Morikubo, Kentarô Itô, Kosuke Toriumi, Kôichi Tôchika, Yukari Tamura,
- Director:Masahiko Murata,
- Writer:Akira Higashiyama (screenplay), Masashi Kishimoto (manga)
Naruto's battle to reclaim his honor begins! Naruto is convicted of a serious crime he didn't commit and is sent to the inescapable prison, Hozuki Castle. The warden, Mui, quickly seals ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A very interesting behind the scenes/day in the life look at a pillar in the sketch comedy community. James Franco really puts you into the shoes of the writers, producers, and performers from Saturday Night Live. For someone who has always dreamed of being a part of the legendary show, it was such a fascinating documentary.
(kr) wrote: Highly assured debut feature from Strickland, which uses the mysterious beauty of the Transylvanian Carpathian mountains as a backdrop to a tale of revenge and redemption. Despite a few modern details, the story feels timeless and morally complex and the cast, especially Peter in the title role are exceptional. Strickland's use of almost avant garde sound is vivid and brings a further dimension to the film, using both natural sound and music with a lot of attention to detail and creating an almost supernatural sense of unease.
(it) wrote: Wow. Where to begin with this one...This movie is so unpredictable, disturbing, graphic, and emotional. A testament of sorts to unrelenting love and compassion as well as the lack thereof, and the psychological effects of trauma. It also paints a portrait of the desparation and depravity that the need for answers breeds.If you can handle torture porn, which I don't feel this is, and you love your gory horror movies it is a must watch. A well done addition to the genre.
(gb) wrote: Umm... Pretty much love this one... I think its my new go to
(nl) wrote: Whassup ninjas! The Leprechaun heads Back 2 tha Hood in this sixth and final installment of the series. After a hairdresser named Emily finds a chest of gold coins at an abandoned construction site and shares them with her friends, the Leprechaun comes a calling. The characters are actually fairly interesting and are well-written, except for the Leprechaun; who seems entirely out of place and buffoonish. Still, there are some entertaining kill scenes, and the gore is pretty effective. While it has some problems, Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood is one of the better installments of the series.
(de) wrote: "I'm sorry. This film's a PG. I can't make the rope any longer."
(fr) wrote: incredibly slow pacing. disgusting, which was intended.
(mx) wrote: A very smart film, that requires you to pay attention to fully indulge in it's comedy goodness. Philip Seymour Hoffman wonderfully portrays the character of Gust Avrakotos, he's brutal and completely frank. Both a good film and cast.
(ca) wrote: Started off mediocre but soon short lived and lost interest at a rapid rate
(es) wrote: pretty ok. wasn't funny enough for sure
(ca) wrote: Honestly my only problem with the film is its length, drawing out scenes can work like in the opening ten minutes or so of this but other times it doesn't and only drags my enjoyment down. Still as Once goes on it gets better and better. I found this to be surprising given how much I disliked The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, considered by many to be the "best" of the western genre of which I just found boring. I had a much different experience here perhaps simply because of the characters. Frank, Cheyenne and Harmonica were terrific and it was a shame when I had to leave them.