Relics: Einstein's Brain

Relics: Einstein's Brain

Documentary about Kenji Sugimoto, professor in Math and Science history at Kinki university in Japan. He has spent the last 30 years publishing works about Einstein and his personality. To complete his works he travels to America to find Einstein's brain.

Documentary about Kenji Sugimoto, professor in Math and Science history at Kinki university in Japan. He has spent the last 30 years publishing works about Einstein and his personality. To complete his works he travels to America to find Einstein's brain. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JD C (it) wrote: Great performances, cold eerie atmosphere, and chilling story. This movie is pretty creepy, and although slowly paced, it's still spooky.

Samra M (ag) wrote: What a juvenile, crappy movie ... !!! Please avoid ....at all costs !!!

SarahJessica T (de) wrote: It's good for what it is but I wasn't impressed. Story seemed to drag on quite a bit.

Edgar C (ag) wrote: Japanese horror is one of the best horror sources because of several reasons. First, psychologically, it plays with audiovisual cognitive dissonance, that is, give the audience a seemingly defenseless stimuli and create an environment of ease, for then betraying their feelings with the exact opposite of the film spectrum. This has an advantage: Japanese cinema has never cared about the international censorship, so the commercial standards to which audiences have gotten used to are challenged once more. Cold Fish is cognitive dissonance from beginning to end, not only the entire film (the first introductory 21 minutes until finally the film's title is displayed, against the 100 following minutes, until the orgiastically insane madness shown in the last 30), but also the sum of its parts (the film title shown with an aggressive red font and with a tranquil family background, the middle 100 minutes count with bizarre violent and sexual Japanese trademarks, etc.). Thirdly, nothing is more horrifying than real life. People complain about how slow it takes for the film to get started because of the drama contained throughout, yet rate it highly. The high rating is due to their subconscious enjoyment of the film given that the last chapter acquired a stronger force when a whole situation was created during the first two hours.Cold Fish is celluloid of contrasts "based on true events", which certainly did not stop Sono for applying his gory trademarks and the dark humor which makes you want to laugh and then go to Church and ask for repentance given the fact that you laughed.Do not miss this ride; it ranks as a strong 2010 delivery better than almost all films nominated for an Oscar that year.85/100

Lesley N (jp) wrote: 12 year old boy makes home and living for elder sister in New York. Realistic drama which some will find fascinating and moving, but I found boring. I would have loved it as a documentary.

Brad A (mx) wrote: I agree with Danifesto G's review 100%. I was going to stop the movie from the beginning, but it was one of those movies that were so stupid, I had to watch it to the end.

Bob S (it) wrote: just as great as the first 2

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!

Chris D (au) wrote: it's well-made, i guess, it's just really not my style.

Andrew C (ca) wrote: This was not really a Hellraiser movie, it's not that this movie was bad it's just that it wasn't what you wanted to see when you want to watch a Hellraiser movie. I've actually seen this exact same premise done in several other ghost and dementia movies, and it was easy to solve the who done it before the half way mark.