In the year 1637 in Shimabara of Tokugawa-era Japan, oppressed peasant Christians revolt against the shogunate with the aid of a charismatic Christian rebel leader Shiro Amakusa. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shiro Amakusa, the Christian Rebel
In the year 1637 in Shimabara of Tokugawa-era Japan, oppressed peasant Christians revolt against the shogunate with the aid of a charismatic Christian rebel leader Shiro Amakusa.
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Christopher G (ag) wrote: Visual pretty film. Sex scenes were pretty realistic, so enjoy that. Fun cat and mouse style twists that have you rooting for each of the characters at different points.
Ingmar A (ru) wrote: An interesting observation on class differences, and moral codes.
Li G (es) wrote: Very funny, in a gross, mad way. Quirky, very British and very black comedy!!
Samantha R (fr) wrote: Poor acting and bad animation.
Angelito M (es) wrote: A mixture of facts n frictions, conflicts, between all religions, pagan killed by Christian, and Christian killed by Jewish... At the end of the day power of authority is their main target..... sounds like religion itself is covered by the human evil minds...... Some good things found in this movie good looking actors n actress. Beautiful costumes and setting....
Orlok W (au) wrote: Wrong Turn meets Misery--Competent Horror Fare!!
Susan S (de) wrote: Brilliant interpretation of a classic. Eddie Izzard's finest role to date - eccleston's not bad either. Great cast. Cool music. Lots of skullduggery! A must see!
Johan L (fr) wrote: It`s a good film, the little boy plays his part well, and Willis as always, fine.And, i really do recomment this one.
Michael W (au) wrote: Another distinctive 70s Canadian film with typical tragic end has small-town Saskatchewan hockey star imagining himself as the town's gunfighting 'marshal'. Always a favourite of mine from repeated viewings on Bravo channel, presumably due to Can-Con requirements. One would think the Marshal's sense of entitlement and adolescent behaviour would have worn out its appeal years earlier amongst the townsfolk. A bit unique and certainly Canadian. Filmed in Delisle Saskatchewan where Bohemian beer appears to be the town favourite and produced by sports owner John Bassett.
Scott W (de) wrote: awsome movie (and very twisted turn of events)
Magical W (ca) wrote: This movie is a worse version of the first with some horribly annoying side characters. Jennifer Lawrence's performance has no subtelty in this movie. She's certainly not a bad actor, she did a good job in Silver Linings Playbook, but it seems she can only act in extremes here. She's either screaming or crying, and when she tries to go in between, it comes off as bland and uninspired. The action, while competent, doesn't have any tension. The point of the Quarter Quell was the bring back stronger opponents. It would stand to reason that other tributes would appear scarier and more experienced, but they go down as easily as Rue in the first movie. Rather disappointing overall, though I'm not sure what I expected.
Scott M (es) wrote: Jason Bourne only wishes he could be Frank Martin. Much better than that boring movie brand. I love this movie. Yes Stratham cannot act. But he kicks ass.