Sleepy Eyes of Death: Hell Is a Woman

Sleepy Eyes of Death: Hell Is a Woman

Two devious retainers are competing to take control of a fief when the current Lord dies, but involving Kyoshiro in the conflict against his will is the textbook example of a bad idea - ...

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Sid K (it) wrote: A movie on how kids add complexity to marriage. Definitely a refreshing there compared to cheap Hollywood remakes or masala type movies. A theme most couples can relate to

Molly R (de) wrote: One of the best rom coms I've seen in years. Humor is sophisticated and subtle, and the thing has got heart, lot's of it.

chris j (fr) wrote: friendship between two different peole

Manda C (es) wrote: Poorly acted and with bad special effects, Dororo still has it moments of fun although it does tend to drag on. It seems like the film just didn't have enough time to focus on the 48 demons, instead choosing to focus on the characters. This is a great shame considering how awesomely creative some of the demons actually are.

Yanalte H (nl) wrote: El libro es excelente, pero denso, la peli tiene la cantidad exacta de ingredientes para engancharte a la trama

Darwin K (it) wrote: good female.coming of age story.

Del T (jp) wrote: Bright, lively, comedic fun. Musical and comedy filmmaking legend, Stanley Donen, retired after directing this overlooked gem. Police Academy came out at the same time, and ended up stealing most of the comedy dollars in Spring 1984, but of the two, this is the one I still remember most, and revisit. Still funny as ever. Buddies Michael Caine and Joseph Bologna's take their families on vacation in Rio. Things turn complicated as Bologna's stunningly gorgeous 17 year old daughter, Michelle Johnson, who is madly in love with 43 year old Caine, makes her move. He tries his best to resist her charms, but one drunken night on the beach, he gives in to temptation. Caine can't bear to face his friend, and hilarity escalates as Bologna is determined to find and kill the guy who took advantage of his daughter, and Caine desperately tries to hide his guilt, all the while trying to fight off further advances from Michelle, but knows he's doomed. A pre implant, Demi Moore, plays Caine's daughter, and provides some sobering advice to her dad, and he makes the valid point that she is more mature than he is. Abundant female nudity ( it is Rio after all ), laugh out loud sexual hijinks, creatively embarrassing situations, beautiful location shooting, all anchored by one of Caine's funniest performances. And I loved the narrative device of the characters breaking the third wall, giving their own running commentary, directly to the audience. Commentary that turns bittersweet towards the end, but it's the right approach by Donen. He ends his film career on a high note.

Iain R (au) wrote: Peter Fonda is excellent in this tale of an emotionally closed beekeeper with profound family trouble. The story itself feels a bit forced and even cliche, with what is an unnecessary subplot of two hoods using Ulee to get at stolen money. If the story had focused on the drama he faced and avoided the thriller aspects, it would have been a fantastic film.