Ninja Resurrection takes place in the Tokugawa era, at a time when Christians in Japan were being persecuted. The leader of the Shimabara Rebellion, Amakusa Shirō, hoped to resist the government forces attacking Christians like him but is assassinated. Soon after, Amakusa's restless spirit returns to avenge his fallen comrades and is up to Yagyū Jūbei Mitsuyoshi to put a stop to the demonic onslaught.
- Stars:Tesshô Genda, Ryôtarô Okiayu, Arisa Andô, Takeshi Aono, Kinryû Arimoto, Tom Bartling, Martin Burke, Charles Campbell, Travis Dean, Gary Dehan, James Elliott, Amy L. Gamber, Larry Goode, Gray G. Haddock, Matt Helm,
Set in the time of the Tokugawa regime, where the Shogun has outlawed the Japanese Christians, since they fear that their religion will incite rebellion and chaos. However, they believe in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: It was real bad! I can't believe Kimberley Davies would even bring herself down to this. Come on Aussie actress, pick a better film!
(mx) wrote: Light on the zombie, post-apocalyptic, love story. I thought it was an interesting concept. I didn't like the ending but enjoyed it over all.
(nl) wrote: I remember watching this when I was a kid. The older sister's really annoying, and it would have been better without the old lady narrating every 10 minutes.
(ca) wrote: John Landis is the yin and yang of the directing world. He created such awesome classics as The Blues Brothers, Animal House and An American Werewolf London before he was obviously anally probed by aliens on the cusp of the 80s/90s. After this time, he raped our minds with the likes of Beverley Hills Cop 3 (there was a "3"?), the sacrilegious Blues Brothers 2000 and, wait for it, Michael Jackson's HIStory, on film.Anyway, back to Schlock.I remember watching this for the first time when I was about 7 and even then it cracked me up. It's the story of an unconvincing apeman falling in love with a blind girl. It reeks of 70s kitsch and is ridiculously comedic. Best watched with a few litres of cask wine (though this simply amplifies the humour - it's not a necessity).
(mx) wrote: Supposedly classic of B-movies. B for boredom I'd say - you have to be a huge fan of Pam Grier's bosom to enjoy the whole thing till the end.
(ag) wrote: I thought at the beginning that this isn't a role for Knightley. It gets better toward the end, but the whole plot is disappointing and frankly disturbing.
(au) wrote: In some ways you could say that this film's reach exceeds its grasp, but it's also an interesting character study on people, in this case two women, who seek attention to the point they would either pretend their son and husband were dead, in the case of Melanie, and, in the case of Esther, have your girlfriend knock you out with a brick and kill your unborn child. This isn't the type of characters that you see in movies every day and, for that, I must give the movie props. This is certainly a taboo subject that I think some would be scared to shine a spotlight on. It's an issue that most people would rather pretend doesn't exist, but it is very real. This is something very real, people seeking attention to the point that they'd be willing to purposely harm someone they love, whether it be their child, family member, significant other, in order to get attention from people. That's sick and disturbing and it's surprising that no one, to my knowledge, has made a movie about this subject. But I don't think this movie is perfect, the narrative certainly isn't great, it goes all over the place with too many characters too focus on, and too little time, the acting isn't particularly great, and I don't think the film does a great job at creating a truly compelling story about these people. There's so much more that could've been done with these characters than what was actually done. Getting into their psyche, explore what makes these people think these thoughts. Explore the reasoning behind their actions. These are all things this movie doesn't do. You could say that Melanie wanted to achieve fame at the expense of her family's life, but that's about it. World's Greatest Dad, one of Robin Williams', RIP, more underrated performances, explored this theme better. Someone using a personal tragedy to improve their position in life. Ultimately, and this is something mentioned in a review here, that the answers the film offers aren't as interesting as the questions it poses. I agree with that completely, but I still found, at the very least, this film to be good enough to warrant a Netflix watch. It's not flawless, it's overlong with too many characters and no real narrative focus, but it's still a good movie, in my opinion, I wouldn't blame anyone who ended up hating this movie, it requires a lot of patience. But I believe Zack Parker is a filmmaker to keep an eye out for, as he can only get better. At least you'd hope.
(ag) wrote: Based on a series of Young Adult sci-fi novels, I was hoping for more from this movie. The story takes too long to develop. The characters are mostly cyphers used as fodder to move the story along. I couldn't find a connection with any of them. There are some neat ideas involved which make me understand why the novels are popular, but possibly they didn't translate to film well in this treatment. Merely watchable and nothing more.