Red Peony Gambler: Here to Kill You
The seventh chapter of the stunning Hibotan Bakuto series. Many years have passed since Oryu the Red Peony began her soul-searching journey after her father was killed. In her travels, she meets villagers whose crops and livelihoods are being destroyed by pollution from a local factory. They seem to work out an agreement, but Oryu must help the poor villagers when the greedy factory owner and corrupt politicians betray them…
- Stars:Sumiko Fuji, Kôji Tsuruta, Katsutoshi Akiyama, Kanjûrô Arashi, Masaharu Arikawa, Mikiko Asamatsu, Tetsuo Ashida, Daisuke Awaji, Saburô Hashimoto, Akira Hirasawa, Yoshihiro Igarashi, Kenjirô Ishiyama, Kimiko Kamioka, Minken Karasawa, Seizaburô Kawazu,
- Director:Tai Katô,
- Writer:Tai Katô, Noribumi Suzuki
The seventh chapter of the stunning Hibotan Bakuto series. Many years have passed since Oryu the Red Peony began her soul-searching journey after her father was killed. In her travels, she meets villagers whose crops and livelihoods are being destroyed by pollution from a local factory. They seem to work out an agreement, but Oryu must help the poor villagers when the greedy factory owner and corrupt politicians betray them… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Red Peony Gambler: Here to Kill You torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Really bad, its actually funny.
(br) wrote: ajay has made a place in industry working in shetty films. As being an actor from early 1990's he has came more into fame working as lead actor in golmaal series and his latest singham. I would certainly appreciate the middle aged guy. As for the movie it was a good family entertainment since the director did all his hard work in keeping the plot. The work of prakash raj is to be appreciated as well since there are no more hard core villians of the film industry left and so raj is making his image as the "BAD GUY" of industry. Lastly the movie seemed to have been inspired from salman khans blockbuster "dabangg".
(nl) wrote: Probably has something to do with the fact that I love Bieber, but it looks interesting. I don't think I'm the only one who wants to see little Justin rocking out!
(au) wrote: So what is a "critic"? Someone who can't acomplish anything worthwhile on their own, so they try to build themselves up by trashing someone elses hard work
(gb) wrote: havent seen this one yet
(gb) wrote: I've always wondered if the affable and talented Brendan Fraser could pull off a deadly, cheating, low down, double crossing drug addict. Actually, that question never entered my mind until about 10 minutes into "Journey to the End of the Night." Regardless, the answer is NO. The film has a spicy plot, with a bunch of unruly characters all angling for possession of a suitcase full of cocaine or, later, a bag full of money. Worst of the lot is Fraser's character, Paul, who is even willing to knock off dear old dad if it means he gets to keep the cash to himself. Filmed on location in Sao Paulo, this is a dark and brooding film about the destructive power of greed. It's seedy, and laden with characters that are very easy to dislike. Scott Glenn is effective as the father, and the two Latinas in prominent supporting roles, Alice Braga and Catalina Saldino Moreno, are very good. Mos Def is enjoyable, and he develops a tangible chemistry with Braga during their short time on screen together. The film really leans on Fraser's ability to pull off his character. We need to truly despise Paul in order for us to have any emotional investment in how things turn out. But Fraser can't pull it off. He has his moments, but his key scenes late in the movie seem to be out of his reach. The result is an interesting movie, suspenseful at times, but with nothing to really care about in the end.
(kr) wrote: shitty kung fu movie
(kr) wrote: Overall this movie was highly interesting and very good. Although, some of the over-acting peaked at certain points in which it really shouldn't have. Such as the screaming, and bad dialogued yelling. I also found it a little to one-sided on the religious aspect. Overall, I thought the film was great though and recommend it to anyone, but not sure if it needed to be as long as it was.
(br) wrote: Amazing film about Holocaust survivor guilt with a truly fantastic lead performance.
(ru) wrote: Hemingway wrote this with only gary cooper in mind gr8 chemistry between cooper and bergman.
(kr) wrote: This is a movie with Deanna Durbin in it and I do remember seeing this. I saw one other film with her in it but I can't remember the title of it. Deanna Durbin had a wonderful singing voice and her movies showcased that. The only way to tell she was lip synching is for someone to tell you because she does it perfectly. The plots of these movies were a toss. The singing is what they're all about and the singing is excellent.
(gb) wrote: This movie is an obomination against mankind and should be deleted from film history. A Good Day to Die Hard destroys and iconic action hero and turns him into a mean dude with a bratty older kid.
(de) wrote: Amazing how none of the kids + teachers where killed And the 2 that deserved to didtrue story anall
(it) wrote: Best superhero film ever and no one can match highness of heath ledgers joker