Red Peony Gambler: Gambler's Obligation
A local yakuza boss of a silk farming town shows kindness to the wandering gambler Oryu by letting her stay at his residence. When a rival yakuza gang, who wants to take over the town's businesses, murders him, Oryu is obliged to protect his children and business.
- Stars:Bin Amatsu, Junpei Arishima, Daisuke Awaji, Shôgo Egami, Tatsuo Endô, Sumiko Fuji, Shigeyoshi Fujioka, Reiichi Hatanaka, Akira Hirasawa, Yoshinobu Hirose, Masao Hori, Mieko Hoshino, Shinzo Hotta, Yoshihiro Igarashi, Ken'ichirô Imura,
- Director:Noribumi Suzuki,
- Writer:Tatsuo Nogami (screenplay), Noribumi Suzuki (screenplay)
A local yakuza boss of a silk farming town shows kindness to the wandering gambler Oryu by letting her stay at his residence. When a rival yakuza gang, who wants to take over the town's businesses, murders him, Oryu is obliged to protect his children and business. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Red Peony Gambler: Gambler's Obligation torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Really interesting for anyone who's into old school special effects.
(de) wrote: aah nipones con sables + ultraviolencia bien bien manga! aqui esta todo gore, triperio, sangre, ..vaya..hasta tentaculos! ;)pero como quiera, ni todo lo rojo que escurre de la pantalla la salva de ser un churro aventurero! hehe
(ag) wrote: This film is a failure. The first film barely passes, but this is just a joke.
(us) wrote: While it's nice to see Bambi and his father spend time together and see the gap filled between the death of Bambi's mother and his adulthood, this movie was a little boring. But not bad.
(ca) wrote: top flim, classic NZ
(kr) wrote: Wasn't that TV show?
(de) wrote: it was ok but I thought the first one honey I strunk the kids was a lot better than this one, it was ok Rick Moranis, Lloyd Bridges, Robert Oliveri, Joshua Shalikar and Marcia Strassman starred in it
(nl) wrote: Beautiful and heart breaking.
(ag) wrote: Prior to his foray into fiction with Jeffrey Friedman on "Howl," Rob Epstein's work consisted of documentaries. After working on the incisive look at homosexuality in cinema in "The Celluoid Closet" (also with Jeffrey Friedman), Epstein decided to focus on the iconic Harvey Milk for his next subject. The result is an exciting, Oscar-winning documentary. The focuses on the rise of Harvey Milk, his political and activist career, and the impact his death had on the LGBTQ community. Narrated by Harvey Fierstein (I love his gravelly voice), we see how Milk tried three times to win a seat on city council before the district system was brought in and "the Mayor of Castro Street" won a seat. His impact is felt immediately as he brought changes to the city of San Francisco and fought against the horrible Prop 6. Milk's story is also told, in part, by his colleagues, friends, and voters. Most compelling is the interviewee who viewed Milk as just another "fruit." However, over time his opinion of Milk changed as he saw the good Milk was doing for the community and for LGBT rights. It is stories like this one, and the many other perspectives given, that make this a truly captivating documentary. Engaging and lively, Epstein's documentary 'The Times of Harvey Milk' gives the audience a comprehensive view of Milk's life. The real impact Milk had on LGBT rights and on the state of California is put on full display in visual excellence.
(ca) wrote: A weird movie to take in. it's kind of fiction, kind of documentary, kind of a concert movie, all and none at the same time, with some cool Basquiat graffiti and drawings scattered around (no big paintings though, sorry, save for the one he carries around and tries to sell). It also makes me really want to check out *some* of the music (it's either really amazing or really ear-bleeding). Oh, and Debby Harry has a weird WTF cameo.
(br) wrote: Woody Allen once stated that Ingmar Bergman was "probably the greatest film artist, all things considered, since the invention of the motion picture camera." However, "paying tribute" to Bergman is one thing and "trying" to be Bergman is another. Allen was adamant on getting into Bergman's shoes that I think he lost sense of who he is while shooting this film. That doesn't take away from the aesthetic quality of the film, but I didn't really like how most of the characters were self-explanatory all the time, spoon-feeding us the reasons why they behave the way they do.
(fr) wrote: I enjoyed the movie a lot. It's a cute movie. Good story, very entertaining pace, and just a good lighthearted movie. But, it was a little too lighthearted for a war film.
(nl) wrote: People here are not able to follow this French action style
(kr) wrote: A tender film with great actors.
(ca) wrote: Shrek is love, Shrek is life
(ca) wrote: Meh, not really worth the time. Reviewing this in today's standards (as I am not a film student, but rather I enjoy good films very much).
(fr) wrote: I don't know what all these negative review are for...This was actually a well constructed and very intriguing thriller throughout.
(jp) wrote: This was good, although it did contain Roy Castle. Dead or not, he's fucking shite.