Sister Street Fighter: Hanging by a Thread
This time Koryu heads to Yokohama in search of a woman named Birei, kidnapped by diamond smugglers who move their hot rocks by surgically implanting them into the nubile buttocks of Chinese prostitutes (!). Koryu's older sister, Bykakuran (Tamayo Mitsukawa), working as a jewelry designer, is secretly if unhappily involved with the gangsters.
- Stars:Etsuko Shihomi, Tamayo Mitsukawa, Michiyo Bandô, Hisayo Tanaka, Hideo Murota, Kôji Fujiyama, Kôji Hio, Masashi Ishibashi, Kazuyuki Saito, Daikyo Rin, Riki Harada, Kanya Tsukasa, Osamu Kaneda, Rikiya Yasuoka, Shunsuke Kariya,
- Director:Kazuhiko Yamaguchi,
- Writer:Masahiro Kakefuda, Noribumi Suzuki
This time Koryu heads to Yokohama in search of a woman named Birei, kidnapped by diamond smugglers who move their hot rocks by surgically implanting them into the nubile buttocks of Chinese prostitutes (!). Koryu's older sister, Bykakuran (Tamayo Mitsukawa), working as a jewelry designer, is secretly if unhappily involved with the gangsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sister Street Fighter: Hanging by a Thread torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A nice, non-scary Texas Chainsaw Massacre knockoff with a "touching" backstory about a desperate mother that gets lost in reasonless slaughter.
(de) wrote: An art movie about the 16th century's arts. It was based on the book of the same name which details the landscaper Pieter Bruegel's painting 'The Procession to Calvary'. A movie specially made for classical painting lovers.The movie had very less talkings and everything should be learnt by watching the pictures which depicts painting like series of frames. So there's nothing much to talk about the movie. One of the best ever production designs. Frankly, I was less enjoyed due to lack of knowledge about Bruegel, but glad I saw it and come to know few things about 1500s culture through his paintings.After all, I was not stranger to 'The Procession to Calvary' only by a few weeks before watching this movie. Recently I saw a movie called 'Museum Hours' and it helped a bit to understand this movie. In that movie a guide, an expert briefs in a scene about this painting and the reason behind it.It was a very unique movie, which still won't exactly portray as it had happened. A glimpse about the idea of it might have been like that. More like an imaginary world created behind the magnificent art work. Not suitable for all, especially those who watch movies for entertainment should stay away from it.
(ca) wrote: one of the worst movies ever
(ru) wrote: Bland and prototypical daytime TV quality fair made even worse that necessary by a spectacularly flat and unemotional performance from Sobieski.
(us) wrote: Some Kind of Wonderful (1987) -- [7.0] -- Eric Stolz, Mary Stuart Masterson, and Lea Thompson star in this Howard Deutch-directed film from writer/producer/'80's teen titan' John Hughes. Until some dreaded moment in the early 90s ("Baby's Day Out"?), you could always count on John Hughes to deliver the goods and "Some Kind of Wonderful" is no exception. Hughes almost single-handedly steered teen films away from raunchy sexcapades to sincere, emotionally based stories that neither pandered nor preached to their young adult audiences. And as a bonus, his films are like little time capsules from the 80s, lacquered in wardrobe and music selections that are sure to satisfy 30 or 40 somethings who find themselves lost on nostalgia lane. Masterson has the juiciest part here, a tomboy drummer too afraid to tell her best buddy (Stoltz) that she loves him. You gotta give Thompson credit for riding a fine line with her role -- the snobby girl you don't hate. Craig Sheffer wears the villain badge well, and Elias Koteas is memorable as a bully who makes good.
(ru) wrote: the exciting sequal to black stallion
(fr) wrote: Excellent (anti) war movie about three men who are made the scapegoats for the regiment failing to do a mission impossible.Everything about this movie was good. Great story, great acting, everything. I'm going against all the others giving it five stars though because while I think it was a great movie I'm not so sure it deserves it. The ending while good left a little something to be desired and seemed a little "forced" at the very end.
(br) wrote: innocent lives treated hushly
(br) wrote: Despite its nice foggy 40's London cinematography and unusual element of prostitution, this is a pretty standard weepie film that is easily forgotten.
(it) wrote: Enjoyable but predictable. Great performances from its leads even if they do look ten years older than they are supposed to be.