Patlabor 2: The Movie

Patlabor 2: The Movie

A Japanese police unit who use giant anthropomorphic robots (called Labors) is caught up in a political struggle between the civilian authorities and the military when a terrorist act is blamed on an Air Force jet. With the aid of a government agent, the team gets close to a terrorist leader to stop things from going out of control when after the military is impelled to impose martial law.

When a terrorist attack is blamed on the Air Force, Special Vehicle Unit 2 gets caught in the middle of a growing political conflict. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gianfranco M (nl) wrote: Film drammatico pi che action, il quarto film della saga una splendida riflessione sui limiti delle arti marziali incorniciata da una accurata ricostruzione della Hong Kong di quel periodo: "A cosa serve essere un Maestro se non puoi aiutare un amico?". Anthony Wong il migliore Gran Maestro della serie, mostrando al pubblico il volto umano di Ip Man dopo quello marziale. Crepuscolare.

Hemant Singh C (kr) wrote: Studio Ghibli's one more visual masterpiece (Y)

John M (nl) wrote: It may not be for everybody, but it's totally for me. So this is about a non-traditional serial killer, Stuntman Mike (Kurt Russell). Given his profession, he has a car that is considered to be death proof in that if it happened to be completely destroyed for the sake of a movie shoot, he would still be able to walk away, given how it is built. He gets his jollies by tracking down groups of women and killing them in horrific crashes, but it seems like he has met his match when he sizes up a new group. The adoration I have for Tarantino's filmography is no big secret. I've said it before and I'll say it again: I celebrate this man's entire library, so it is plain to see why many of his older movies have creeped their way onto this blog. Death Proof is his least well-received film, at least when you go by your standard aggregates like metacritic or rottentomatoes, but it has always had a special place in my heart because it was the first Tarantino I got to see in a theater with the release of the double feature Grindhouse. Now even though I admittedly adore this movie, I will go so far to say that the theatrical cut is tighter and more cohesive than the director's cut. Any added scenes are still strong, but for story flow, it makes sense for them to be left on the cutting room floor, especially when the double feature is already pushing past the three hour mark. Planet Terror is well and fine, but it's got nothing when compared to Death Proof and its catchy soundtrack. The dialogue shines brightly, and even when it's just these girls in a coffee shop, shooting the shit about old car movies, it's still something that I find to be fascinating, although I do realize that some may find it to be trite. But that's not the only thing to love about this. The sequence in the middle featuring the song "Hold Tight" by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich is outstanding and wicked, but the real star of this movie is the climactic car chase finale, and I'm just going to come out and say it: it's the best car chase ever put to film. You could make the argument that this is Tarantino at his most indulgent, and it would be difficult to make a case against it. I, personally, love all the craziness that is going on in the man's head, but I do realize that I am a biased party. Even though he borrows liberally from many an obscure film, there is nobody else out there that has the craftsmanship that can parallel Tarantino, which is why I support him as rabidly as I do. Death Proof is the better half of Grindhouse, a perfect slice of asphalt insanity and wears its coolness on the sleeves of its driving jacket.

Kurt S (gb) wrote: What a pointless pile of poop.

Suanne L (kr) wrote: Don't recomend watching this if u havin a bad day. Just gonna feel even more down.

Greg W (jp) wrote: just ok doesn't really come together

Charles P (it) wrote: The lazy action sequences, shot and edited too quickly, take up most of the movie and rid the film of the narrative coherence and pacing of the first two films.

Annmarie C (es) wrote: The characters names are just so funny. Dwyfuc - Exquisitely beautiful, irresistible to men, spoilt rotten and with the appetite of a horse! Smirgut - Magnificently strong, she towers over men and then beats them into unconsciousness with a large club! And finally, Worthaboutapig - the youngest, plainest, and undoubtedly dumbest of them all!

Corey B (kr) wrote: When you have Mark Hamill on the cover as if you are saying he is Guyver the audience expects you to deliver! Mark plays a small part in a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles like send up of a japanese classic. it has its nice points, true to the suit and its nature but nothing more. Still fun to watch

Melody B (ru) wrote: Even thought John gets on m nerves royally w/ his ego...I do love this movie. I have seen it hundreds of time--a classic!

Renae W (au) wrote: Love Ed Burns movies. Love family Christmas movies. Two for one.

Tim R (kr) wrote: A Roger Ebert satire classic