Nemuri Kyoshiro engetsu sappo

Nemuri Kyoshiro engetsu sappo

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
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Maddie B (kr) wrote: An intriguing look into the corruption of the Central African Republic. Very quick and Witty. You leave unnerved and entertained, like getting a lap-dance from a toothless stripper.

Tony R (nl) wrote: This movie was so ridiculously bad. You can't edit in 3 different cheap "tunnel" backgrounds over and over, no matter how many camera filters you have. Add in an atrocious script and you've got a movie that I really wish I could click 0 stars for.

Michael M (ru) wrote: This is from the same director who did Looper and who's doing Star Wars E8 so I figured it was worth a look. Pretty solid stuff and an interesting concept. The dialogue is crisp and a young JGL is stellar.

Hossein N (jp) wrote: Nov 2010 - A nice romantic movie. The beginning, where we see the appearance of the old man and the development of the love, is the best part of the movie. Later on the movie falls into the trap of sentimentality especially with respect to the old man's memories. It would be much better if he would remain his quite distant schizophrenic self.

Paula R (br) wrote: Funny! (because of Andy Jones) People like Greg Malone and Mary Walsh should've had bigger roles in this. Nice to see a familiar place~ but no need for any "Hollywood" names, in my opinion. :P Worth watching for the scenery alone!

Ilja S (ag) wrote: Oh, sweet nostalgia, one of my all time favs as a kid. Today, I know it is not a great movie, but it is fun to watch, an entertainment for the whole family and a very rewatchable movie.

Alex r (us) wrote: Robert Rodriguez's film debut is a good little action film that was made on a 7,000$ and showcases some pretty creative filmmaking skills. The plot is fairly simple, the acting is mediocre to decent, but you have to admire what you see on-screen. Rodriguez has flair in making something entertaining, and he delivers something truly good here with a low budget action flick about a musician who travels to a rundown crime ridden town. A notorious hit man also carries a guitar case, but he carries weapons, not a guitar. The craft and the effort that went into El Mariachi is superb, and I am surprised that were able to pull something like this with a shoestring budget. Fans of low budget films will surely enjoy this film, and it is among the most stunning debut features that I have seen. Robert Rodriguez is a great filmmaker, and we get a sense of what he would later accomplish in his career with this film. Acting wise, there's never anything great, and it is hard to tell what the characters say because the film is in Spanish with no subtitles. However the visuals are quite good and that's where the strength of the film lies. The film is definitely amateur in nature, but you have got to give Rodriguez the credit he deserves by making something truly original with such a meagre budget and subpar effects, which are quite good surprisingly. El Mariachi is a fun and entertaining low budget picture that proves that creativity can overcome constraints of working with dire methods. Robert Rodriguez has crafted something special here, and this is a film that is a must see and highly engaging picture that will certainly give action fans something different to watch.

Jason T (es) wrote: Be forewarned, my review is based off the Mystery Science Theater 3000 version. This version of Hobgoblins will have you in tears for the entire hour and a half. Every five minutes you will find yourself asking "is this really happening...is this actually a movie?" However if you watch the regular version, which I sadly did, you will be bored to tears. Without the MST crew this movie in almost unwatchable.

Scott P (ca) wrote: Succeeds on all levels! If you can find it, watch it!

Christian S (de) wrote: Bad, but at least there's some Goldblum.

Jan Marc M (us) wrote: Disturbing and notorious, The Tin Drum introduces a three-year-old who opted to stay in infancy because of disenchantment with maturity. A controversial Cannes Film Festival Golden Palm recipient that covers the social, the political, and the historical in World War II, Germany and Poland. Strictly for mature audiences only.

James L (ru) wrote: Refreshing PG comedy from Disney , with a very outrageous fast paced plot which will keep the youngsters fully attentive. There are a few mature elements of comedy, but overall this film is one the whole family can enjoy !