Against the backdrop of the Edo treasury devaluing currency and driving many into poverty, Hanzo Itami enforces the law without regard to status. He shows inadequate respect to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Razor 2: The Snare
During the currency devaluation by the Edo treasury, officer Hanzo deals with a temple priestess who sells her pupils as prostitutes, and a notorious thief who plans to rob the mint.
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Ken S (nl) wrote: The director of the early days documentary on Pink Floyd returns to the topic of the band later in the career, after their major success with "The Dark Side of the Moon" as they attempted to make their follow-up their hit album, all while dealing with their newfound worldwide success, the beginnings of their arguments that eventually lead to their disbanding (sort of), all while paying tribute to their original leader who had to leave the group after a mental breakdown. It is a great story, but I think this filmmaker lacks the skills to produce these docs. He has great interviewees, great stories...and he presents them half told. It just feels like something is missing in his presentation.
Al H (us) wrote: Interesting life of one man and his band.
Tim G (fr) wrote: Robbie Levinson and Trey McCoy suddenly encounter intolerance and hostility at the hands of their new neighbor, Chris Boyd, the son of a fundamentalist preacher. One evening, Trey sets out on his nightly walk with their dog and never returns. Immediately, fingers are pointed and Chris and Robbie become the prime suspects. With no support from the authorities, Robbie receives help from some unlikely sources to execute a desperate and dangerous plan that uncovers secrets that will turn many lives upside-down and ultimately bring the perpetrator to justice, regardless of the consequences. This is what I call payback.
Nikole A (kr) wrote: the first time I saw this I was in shock at how lame the cgi was.....it just flat out sucked
F0xy H (it) wrote: I love the Lilo and Stitch movies. They are sooooOOOO sweet. Especially when they whip out the Elvis pics
Christopher L (jp) wrote: A lot of this is very funny, and the actors have great energy. There are lulls, to be sure, and a great deal of the political intrigue is murky at best, but I laughed a lot. Not a great film, but a hell of a lot better and far more entertaining than its reputation suggests.
Sarah L (ca) wrote: Not one of Streisand's best but still a good film.
Sanity Assassin (fr) wrote: hmm. seemed a bit cheesy to me. all about some cheating mrs playing men off against one another. it's all been done many many times before in many many movies. the same old storyline.... especially so in alot of black n' white flicks. there's a few of the others with the same plot that are alot better than this too!
Andy T (es) wrote: You couldn??t get a much better set up for an action film than this; Vegas magician/Mafiosa Buddy ??Aces?? Israel decides to sell out a major mob boss and hides out in a penthouse suite of a hotel. A bounty of $1million is put on his head so a collection of assassins, each with varying styles, head to the hotel with the aim of collecting the bounty, whilst two FBI agents have to try and get to Israel before the killers do. The assassins fill your quota of stereotypes, the sexy femme fatale, a master of disguise, a renowned torturer and a bunch of neo-Nazi psychopaths. All of which leads you to think you are in for a fun filled riot, with bullets flying and blood a-plenty. Sadly this is not the case. Smoking Aces has ideas above its station and tries to add too much depth to a concept which should be superficial and fun.Some scenes feel completely out of place, such as one subplot featuring an injured assassin crawling for help at a nearby house only to be greeted by an old lady and her grandson, both so weird that they are more suited to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre than a crime thriller. Though the plot is a bit of a disappointment note should be made of the acting talent which was superb, particularly newcomer, RnB singer, Alicia Keys, who may well have a strong acting career ahead of her. Comparisons have been made between Aces and Guy Ritchie??s films; I think this is a perfect allegory, when considered through his entire career. It starts off good humoured and enjoyable with great comedy gangster characters (a la Lock, Stock and Snatch), but soon shoves its head so far up it own pretentious arse it can smell its own tongue (Revolver). Sitting as it does, between these films, it is overall an ok film, never reaching the heights of Snatch, but not sinking to the devastating lows as Revolver.
Clarke D (es) wrote: This is an exquisite film of the highest caliber. Genevieve Bujold is outstanding as is James Comwell. If you're growing older, please check this film out. Rewarding.
John S (mx) wrote: Pretty good action/comedy film!