Kanzo Hattori, an apprentice ninja, leaves his hometown of Iga to go to Edo (Tokyo). There, for his final training, he must find himself a master, and protect his master with his life, whilst upholding the ninja code. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nin x Nin: Ninja Hattori-kun, the Movie
Kanzo Hattori, an apprentice ninja, leaves his hometown of Iga to go to Edo (Tokyo). There, for his final training, he must find himself a master, and protect his master with his life, whilst upholding the ninja code.
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David H (it) wrote: Not very good script. No real meaning. Michael Shannon brilliant as always. Jake. Your movies are special anymore.
Marc L (jp) wrote: An incredibly cute story, with very dark overtones.
stuart s (ru) wrote: This is a really bad movie. Even the cliched plot I could deal with. And the third rate effects - sure - whatevs. But the writing - holy mother of god - beyond terrible. Just, wow. The dialogue was dreadful. The plot was terrible - I can dig cliches, but the holes were like canyons. Just, wow. To be avoided. This thing burned 1.5 hours of my life I will never get back.
Jerome P (us) wrote: Lots of food & gmo docs out there. This one was personal, fair, well-founded and well-told. It was a good, educating watch.
Christopher B (ag) wrote: Very well done. Great concept.
Peter S (jp) wrote: Great British Crime thriller. Beats all the Hollywood formula for money films.
David G (gb) wrote: Meilleur que mes attentes, j'ai bien aim. Le concept avec les Nazis et le petit Prince ets ce qui en fait un film original.
Adrian Q (us) wrote: I would like to take this opportunity to fully endorse the surrealistic spectacle that is Karas: The Prophecy. It has been said that the story is almost completely incoherent and the characters and plot are impossible to identify. This is all true, though I personally feel that this weakness of the film actually manages somehow to transcend itself while delivering you into an abstract pageant of relentless, phantasmagorical scenarios. I am no neophyte to anime and I can tell you that the visual feast here alone is worth the price of admission. Technically this movie is so visually accomplished I would personally be unable to describe what it has achieved. Obviously different animation techniques have been blended to stunning effect. The settings and creatures are superbly envisioned and the battles are articulated with a high degree of finesse. In the vast sea of mediocre anime Karas immediately jumps to the fore and takes its rightful place beside the greatest all time anime in the tradition of Appleseed, Akira and Legend of the Overfiend. Yes, it could have made more sense though and that's why I docked it a point. But if it had made more sense, it would have been perfect and thusly would have been an affront to God and I for one will not stand for such blasphemy. The opening sequence is the coolest thing I've ever seen in any movie animated or not.
Joshua L (kr) wrote: actually pretty dope!
Jesse F (de) wrote: Thanks to the performances of Black, Alexander and Paltrow, Shallow Hal is a sweet and warm-hearted comedy.
Lee M (jp) wrote: There are a few and far between moments where To Walk With Lions does make its point, that protecting the wildlife of Africa is a complex and dangerous affair. But inconsistent direction and performances make this film far from inspiring.
Melissa T (ag) wrote: Completely charming and adorable. It's a cute plot with quaint and funny scenes. Great bits of stuff.
Maverick G (nl) wrote: Rush hour has its comedic moments and some exhilarating martial arts action but is overall a hollow film. It's another entertaining entry in the thousands of "buddy cop films"