Ryakushô renzoku shasatsuma

Ryakushô renzoku shasatsuma

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AKA Serial Killer documents the social upheaval and political oppression that roiled Japan in the 1960s, profiling a nineteen-year-old serial killer Norio Nagayama. An indictment of media sensationalism, the film humanizes the young man by situating his crimes in the larger context of his environment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Riley B (fr) wrote: One of the greatest anime films in history

Phil H (de) wrote: 'Fe-fi-fo-fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman'Yet another famous children's fairytale gets the big screen treatment but can you make a entire film out of a rather short and rather simple fable? The other question is which fable is this film supposedly based upon? Jack and the Beanstalk? or Jack the Giant Killer? Both are very different yet this film merges the two or so it seems. At the same time the films animated intro felt very much like a rip of the 'Hellboy 2' intro, whilst the entire plot about this magical crown felt like a rip off 'Lord of the Rings'.This whole idea felt very much like a one trick pony to me, that trick simply being the excuse to show huge CGI giants eating people and going on a rampage, and that's it. The rest of the film felt so utterly pointless it was almost laughable. Half the film seems to be based on the beanstalk fairytale with the second half based around the giant killer fable but at the same time neither are remotely accurate to the original sources. So why not just make a completely independent giant fantasy?Everything about this just felt like a misfire to me. The casting was poor, Nicholas Hoult is just a very average actor with a very odd haircut (what is going on with that parting?! had the same stupid cut for 'Warm Bodies'). Eleanor Tomlinson as the Princess was so very bland, not particularly attractive and not particularly useful in any way, whilst Ewan McGregor seemed to be doing his weak ass Jedi thing all over again. Only decent performance came from the ever reliable Tucci. Overall the characters weren't really developed much and there was a distinct lack of a really bad baddie.On top of that the effects weren't even that good! the giants looked exactly like what they were, big CGI giants. It looks like they're trying to make them appear realistic but not entirely, but they look awful. Especially the two headed giant leader with that shitty Gollum-like head, what the hell! giant fail there folks (see what I did there heh). Plus why are most of the giants Irish? am I missing something there? and why aren't there any female giants? how does this race keep going? am I being too picky?Even the beanstalk looked pretty naff frankly. The only thing that looked good was the CGI landscapes and the giant island in the sky, but as usual way too much reliance on CGI. There seemed to be many giant waterfalls going over the edge of the giant island, where exactly does all that water go??Bottom line this just feels like a jump on that fairytale action flick bandwagon we have seen recently. All the usual big CGI battles, stunts, camera angles etc...the same recycled crud we've seen over and over again. Predictable as usual in that boring modern Hollywood cookie cutter fashion. The plot is thinner than a catwalk model after she's just stepped out of the toilet and to make matters worse the CGI effects are pretty terrible. So you can't even call this a sharp looking updated piece of crap, its just crap.Oh and the final twist at the end is useless. I mean really, is that suppose to be clever? gee...errr...genius. And while I'm at it, the films title is 'Jack the Giant Slayer', many giants get killed here but I believe Jack only kills one, so he doesn't slay much then.

Ben T (de) wrote: A well made drama/biopic that has a good cast and tells a good story. It's an inspirational movie and, in a way, a very good sports film. It's a must-see for horse fans and fans of spots films.

Hannah A (ag) wrote: It was a really nice movie with Lucas in it. I watch every movie he's in just to see him. Wow. I sound stalkereque.

Vikram T (mx) wrote: this movie is overrated, bad starcast... saif thinks he can act and Vishal Bhardwaj think he can direct films outside the "bollywood" genre.. LMFAO!

Grant H (br) wrote: Not bad. First is better.

Joe L (nl) wrote: I salute the United States Marines!!

Paul K (mx) wrote: Great flick examining one man's relationship with Shakespeare and the cultural disconnect with his work here in the States. Pacino is often a bit "Pacino-ish" in his seeming portrayal of himself, but this proves to be a great introduction to one of the most compelling characters in literature.

DJ (nl) wrote: This is what classic party movies are about.

Dave R (mx) wrote: better than most of this genre - that being the blaxploitation genre films of the early to mid 70s. the characters were fairly well developed and the story fairly believable. corrupt cops, the mob, junkies, pushers, sharks and vultures - it's got it all!

LA L (ca) wrote: Cute, light fluff that's easy to like and enjoy.

Jenn B (ca) wrote: Good chick flick. Totally unrealistic but gives hope to hopeless romantics.

bill s (kr) wrote: Talk about your bloated thriller......someone stick a pin in it please.