The sixth chapter of Jingi Naki Tatakai series With the endless power struggle. The extraordinary combination of Kinji Fukasaku and Bunta Sugawara, along with new ideas and a strong touch of realism, created the sixth movie of the series that describes 'The War of Hiroshima Gangsters' which had lasted almost 30 years after World War II. It can be called the Japanese secret post WWII history. It focuses on the ugly, violent inside struggle of the Yamamori Group of 1959 in Kure City, Hiroshima. Director Kinji Fukasaku, the master of portraying violence and humanity, said "Having making the five previous movies, I found those characters very interesting. So I took a deeper look into them this time." He made this shocking movie with high enthusiasm and revealed the core of gangster's struggle which has never been touched before.
The sixth chapter of Jingi Naki Tatakai series With the endless power struggle. The extraordinary combination of Kinji Fukasaku and Bunta Sugawara, along with new ideas and a strong touch of realism, created the sixth movie of the series that describes 'The War of Hiroshima Gangsters' which had lasted almost 30 years after World War II. It can be called the Japanese secret post WWII history. It focuses on the ugly, violent inside struggle of the Yamamori Group of 1959 in Kure City, Hiroshima. Director Kinji Fukasaku, the master of portraying violence and humanity, said "Having making the five previous movies, I found those characters very interesting. So I took a deeper look into them this time." He made this shocking movie with high enthusiasm and revealed the core of gangster's struggle which has never been touched before. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nick C (gb) wrote: De Palma is one of the most extraordinary and riveting documentary films I've ever seen this year, and it is also one of the year's best films.
Victoria O (nl) wrote: Gawd, please save us from terribly self-consciously super serious indie movies that mimic boring French movies that shouldn't have seen the light of day in the 60s. Dull dull dull and the female lead has an accent so thick you'll never understand her stream of consciousness blather, much less care for her character. Don't go there. James Cromwell must've been on a bender when he signed up for this predictable snore.
Daniel M (de) wrote: It becomes so cheesy and ridiculous, that it is impossible to root for the cute little dogs as you will know exactly what will it happen since this annoying only-for-kids formula foresees everything.
Mandeep S (fr) wrote: It has black humour and it is different. Inspite of later half being dragged quite a bit, it still managed to entertain.
Mariam K (nl) wrote: This movie should have been a fun and lighthearted movie in it's own right, but it trips on the fact that is has essentially no real plot and makes so many racist,homophobic,misogynistic and bizarre references that it's just too uncomfortable to be entertaining. This is one of the most awkward and offensive films I've ever seen. Just when you think it couldn't get any worse... it does. I'm all for crude humor when it works, but this was sloppy and crossed a disturbing line.At the end of this movie my friend and I were silent with our mouths open which turned in to nervous and uncomfortable laughter as we tried to somehow come to terms with what we had just seen.
Kassandra (de) wrote: I used to love MK and A movies and I remember that this one sucked! It was the worst one
Sowmya A (ag) wrote: I know where this raunchy soap opera drama finds it's inspiration from, 1974's 'Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore'! By it's poster and name, Nurse Betty seems to be the most boring movie for anyone to care about in the least but when we begin to watch it, we discover that it's actually fun all along. For most of the time we do believe in the naivety of the blonde concerned in the movie. We suddenly begin to reinstate our belief in all the jokes concerning the level mental ability and sanity of the blondes. What we don't believe in is how this cherubic Renee Zellweger could be called thin when we have to concentrate really hard to find her waistline to be within the thin-limit. The story, like a roller coaster, goes on wildly but in the end we all put everything together to find this to be a heartfelt story of a traumatized young woman. I really loved the funny duo Morgan Freeman and Chris Rock in their father-son gangsta roles where they kept on fighting amongst themselves after goofing up their missions one after the other.
Harry W (ru) wrote: With Sean Connery being a legendary actor and Catherine Zeta-Jones said to be at some of her most vivacious, Entrapment sounded like an intriguing thriller.Entrapment is a film with a severly poor plot. Intended to be a caper film, it had the potential and the budget to be a big scale heist feature but instead descended into a dull and repetitive movie. Most of the film is spent doing nothing but depicting repetitive training sequences, brief heist moments and a heavy focus on the melodramatic nature of Virginia "Gin" Baker and Robert "Mac" MacDougal's relationship. When a caper film puts the majority of its focus onto a passionless romance while the rest of the film collapses around it, it turns out to be a large failure. And if people haven't learned that from countless other films in history, then perhaps Entrapment is the breaking point. The entire film is an overblown and dull affair which has uninteresting characters and a dull script.Entrapment should want to be a heist film, but in actual fact it ends up so focused on the banter between the main characters that it loses sight of its potential. The concept of a romantic affair between a young woman posing as a thief and an old man with thievery as an expertise is not that appealing on the surface, and since the film is so overblown it tries to ignore the fact that there is genuinely no chemistry between them. It doesn't surprise me considering that there is a general lack of effort put in by anyone involved in the film. Either way, the film is a wasteful one which offers the presence of legendary actor Sean Connery and attractive actress Catherine-Zeta Jones without any sort of originality, wit or substance whatsoever. I mean, I expected Entrapment to be a film which focused on style over substance, but I did not expect it to end up being so much of a waste. At least, Entrapment could have contained a decent amount of strong heist scenes. Alas, there is so much focus on the meaningless nature of the characters in the film that the potential for it to turn into dumb fun cannot even happen. It goes for a large scale but focuses way too much on the most arbitrary elements of the story all because it drags in a romantic subplot which it cannot find anything to do with. The screenplay in Entrapment is truly a stupid one because it fills the film with generic and melodramatic dialogue without any sense of life. Since Entrapment is such a familiar film, viewers would hope for some fun in the gimmicks. Entrapment is legitimately so poorly plotted, scripted and directed that I really wonder if anyone was actually trying. The gimmicks do not wear thin, they actually never come up in the film for a second which is surprisingly dull. It tries to set itself apart from countless other films by shoving in a surplus of ridiculous plot twists which do nothing but make the film even more ridiculous, farfetched and unlikable than it already is. Entrapment starts out poor, gets bad quickly and then descends even lower without any mercy, and not even the presence of a likable cast can save Entrapment from being the truly dreadful and boring spectacle that it is.Catherine Zeta-Jones is just terrible in Entrapment. It seems like the main intention of Catherine Zeta-Jones' character Virginia "Gin" Baker is to convince Robert "Mac" MacDougal that she is a thief. This makes the film more artificial because she cannot even convince viewers that she is there for anything more than strictly how she looks because her performance is absent of any sense of charisma whatsoever. One of the most popular criticisms of Entrapment is the amout of focus put onto Catherine Zeta-Jones' butt, and although it is hardly as explicit as you might think, the few seconds of the film where the camera focuses on her posterior outshine the other 113 minutes she is on screen. Her performance is a dreadful one which is absolutely bereft of any spirit or anything worthy of praise. Catherine Zeta-Jones reveals that she is not ready to be tackling any sort of leading role in a big budget film because she is the one who has to hold the film up on her back the majority of the time in Entrapment which she just cannot do, even when Sean Connery is around to help her out.Sean Connery fails viewers in Entrapment. In a role slightly similar to the one he played in Michael Bay's 1996 action film The Rock, Sean Connery plays the old man whose still got the ability to steal and escape. The difference is that considering Entrapment sacrifices cheap fun for overblown melodrama, it does not end up coming within miles of his role in The Rock. Sean Connery deserves a better film than Entrapment and seems to be one of those films he just did for the paycheck. I hope it payed nicely because his performance in Entrapment is so bereft of charisma or spirit that it fails to make any sense of positive impact whatsoever. He remains monotonous the entire time, delivering every single word in the same basic tone of voice without a hint of emotional involvement whatsoever. He is spiritless and bereft of any sort of charm whatsoever, not even with the slightest hint of joy that comes from legitimately any of the other performances in his career. Entrapment may feature a career-worst performance for Sean Connery which has none of his distinctive charms for even a second. The only cast member who brings any sense of charm to the film is Ving Rhames in his minor supporting role. It is so small that it lays down little to no effect on the film, but fans of his can rejoice at the fact that his small role in Entrapment is the one performance which is the slightest bit good, unlike everything else in the film.So due to lifeless acting, a repetitive and overblown plot and not even a hint of originality, fun or sensibility, Entrapment is a film which traps its viewers into wasting two hours of their life.
Angela V (ru) wrote: it had a really interesting grasp on the westernized world's displacement on the grand scale. it definitely stirred many thoughts in my mind. a good film to watch if you want to exercise your mind.
Todd D (gb) wrote: If you are looking for a movie that will make you smile without having to think then I suggest you watch this
Leonardo Malacay S (au) wrote: Algo muy diferente del seor Cronenberg pero muy bien hecho, buenos actores en buenas actuaciones.Nalgadas
Scott A (gb) wrote: A nice follow up. Somewhat darker and deeper but still suffers being for a younger audience.
Cassandra M (us) wrote: For me, this is the best film of all time. A superb cast of the UK's finest character actors and an A1 script.Peter Sellers was truly magnificent as the left wing union shop steward and Terry Thomas excelled in playing the two faced Personnel Manager. Among his classic comments are "The Management have behaved like absolute stinkers" when talking to the union and " They are a complete shower" when talking to Management about the unions. Another fine comment is when on being told that some bigwigs are visiting the factory, Terry Thomas replies "You better spruce the place up a bit, you know soap in the toilets, that sort of thing".I must have seen this film at least 20 times and I never grow tired of it. Great story, fine comedy and great acting. Never has a film handled the issue of industrial relations in such an amusing and pertinent manner.
Bill P (it) wrote: If you have ever waited in a restaurant or just want to watch a silly but decent flick, checking out Waiting....
Thomas G (de) wrote: With good performances from Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, as well as competent writing and direction from Nancy Meyers, The Intern is a perfect example of a 3 out of 4 star movie; it's a surprisingly entertaining but uncomplicated film. I can't object to most of the many criticisms levelled at it, but the movie's a genuinely pleasing and kind-hearted experience if you're willing to give yourself over to it.In following a 70-year-old retired man who can effectively resolve just about every problem Hathaway's character faces, it has justifiably been criticised for having an outdated, paternalistic bent. Part of the reason the film fails in this regard, I think, is because it tries to deal with both aging and gender roles and doesn't consider how a nice idea in one context (lonely old man reintegrates into society by helping those with less life experience) can be ill-conceived in another (perfect man repeatedly saves woman). Still, the film is so gentle and charming my critical impulses were mostly disarmed for the film's running time. The most troubling moment is Hathaway's character's (much-discussed) speech in which she proclaims the value of traditional masculinity and expresses sympathy for the supposed infantilization of contemporary men. What she fails to discuss is how this may be seen as a by-product of the privileges afforded men within a patriarchal system. The issue is not, perhaps, that men have been disadvantaged and can't grow up, it's that the benefits they receive by default mean they don't have to grow up. Regardless, it should be noted that this speech is given when the character is dangerously intoxicated and the De Niro character himself doesn't actually really fit within a traditional idea of masculinity. He's professional and chivalrous, sure, but he's also a self-described "pile of mush" and a self-proclaimed feminist. Perhaps this is wishful thinking, but the film does provide fodder for an interpretation in which Hathaway's speech is not read as accurate. Bonus points to Meyers for including enough sort-of allusions to Taxi Driver (De Niro practising phrases in the mirror, De Niro driving people around) that the film can almost be read as a kind of subversive anti-Taxi Driver in which the subject is not violence and alienation but kindness and simple human connection. Oh, and add me to the chorus of people pleased that the film is, for a Hollywood picture, relatively age-appropriate in its approach to romance (Rene Russo is still substantially younger than De Niro, but at least he's not dating someone half his age).
Call i (it) wrote: The movie is just dull, simply dull. Very boring. The actors possession wear nearly non-excistantso it was a hard movie to watch. The acting was under-acting and kind of dozing.
Mark N (de) wrote: Awful, wish I had left. That "weird for the sake of it" pointlessness that can only appeal to people who are high or retarded.