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Sengoku yarô torrent reviews
Patrick S (mx) wrote: Oddly upbeat and very refreshing. Story is told in three segments that are unique to one another while still telling continues story. It's quirky, charming, and overall different. Second segment is by far my favorite. This is a strong seven, so I will bump it up to an eight as I nearly lost it. Eight strange transmissions out of ten.
Michael O (mx) wrote: Very sad, brilliantly acted film about the loss of a child and finding the power to move on. Brilliantly acted by Nicole Kidman & Aaron Eckhart, and a nice supporting part from the always wonderful Dianne Wiest. The problem with the movie is that nothing, aside from the brilliant acting, sets it apart from a TV movie-of-the-week. It's good, but ultimately & unfortunately forgettable...
ImGreenOne (kr) wrote: Good movie... A must see for you action lovers out there...
cli o (mx) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Bethany S (au) wrote: it's so much fun and it touches you on the inside
danny d (us) wrote: very good story. the fighting is great and the lead character does a great job. the diologue is great and the story moves quickly leaving you interested through the entire film. a movie where the end leaves you satisfied.
Tommy D (au) wrote: Martha Marcy May Marlene is undoubtedly full of great acting performances, such as Elizabeth Olsen's.But at the end of it, I couldn't feel satisfied with the movie and what it was trying to say.
Michael R (fr) wrote: While it doesn't have the emotional weight that more accomplished films set in this period have, it sill manages to be entertaining. With moments of genuine tension peppered throughout the narrative, you find yourself almost forgetting you already know how this story ends.
Jack Q (gb) wrote: Watching and Listening to Metallica in an Imax 3D cinema was as almost as good as their headline slot at Sonisphere but not quite the same, good setlist, trying to add a storyline to match it was difficult but just was very bizzare yet enjoyable.
Johnathon W (gb) wrote: Enjoyable B-movie that, while butchering the Japanese classic, still survives thanks to much of Honda's original work & fairly solid edits. Raymond Burr gives a solid though stiff performance as the American reporter inserted into the story and the edits actual fit (at least on first viewing). While the film somehow manages to be 16 minutes shorter even with the additional footage, much of the Godzilla action is still left intact. The result is a classic B-movie, though not the true brilliance of the Japanese original.