Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Villainy

Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Villainy

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Nemuri Kyoshiro discovers a conspiracy centering around a band of disgruntled samurai wanting to avenge the death of their sensei, a political reformer that pushed for better provisions for the lower classes until he was assassinated by Shogunate agents. Their plot, to set fire to the oil refineries of two rich merchants and unleash a raging inferno that will hopefully burn down the Edo Castle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Isadore H (es) wrote: Maybe a little worse than the first one, but the crew made great use of the location that the victims of Jigsaw are trapped in. The acting is just a middling as the first, but the villain is shown with a lot more dialogue and he nails it pretty well. Overall, less interesting than the first, but it still does a good job of being a solid 'gruesome horror' flick without falling into torture porn category

Art L (es) wrote: Hilarious! Yet it does make me think I'm glad Allison and I didn't do the boring same old same old. Ours will be, in the words of Moulin Rouge, "Spectacular! Spectacular!"

Graham M (mx) wrote: Not as good as the first, but still a lot of humour and great fight scenes

Edward C (gb) wrote: Sweet Home Alabama(2002)Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Josh Lucas, Patrick Dempsey, Candice Bergen, Matthew McConaughey, Dakota Fanning, Mary Kay Place, Ethan Embry, Fred Ward, Melanie Lynskey, Rhona Mitra, Jean Smart, Sean Bridgers, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Courtney Gains, Nathan Lee Graham, Sarah Baker, Kevin Sussman, Thomas Curtis, and Mark MatkevichWritten By: C. Jay CoxDirected By: Andy TennantReviewSOMETIMES WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR IS RIGHT WHERE YOU LEFT IT.You know I usually don't watch romantic comedies unless it's February. But I've lost my Pro membership so I personally don't care what I watch. Not to mention this one was just on FXX and it's got Reese Witherspoon, a big celebrity crush of mine.New York fashion designer Melanie Carmichael suddenly finds herself engaged to the city's most eligible bachelor. But Melanie's past holds many secrets, including Jake, the redneck husband she married in high school, who refuses to divorce her. Bound and determined to end their contentious relationship once and for all, Melanie sneaks back home to Alabama to confront her past.The film is a unique and charming romantic comedy, it had a few funny moments but for the very it had I was either laughing my butt off or had a good chuckle. It did achieve it's humor side so the characters could be fully developed with the silly actions they did and the development they had through the picture.The story feels like I've seen this before in other romantic comedies but the difference between this film is that it has likable characters, good humor and is memorable. That is the best thing a romantic comedy can be is memorable.The performances from the main stars are really some of the best I've seen in a movie like this but that's mostly because of the script. Reese Witherspoon just nailed that accent. I really do wonder if she's s country gal because she had that accent in Hot Pursuit. Josh Lucas wasn't half bad either. Patrick Dempsy gives the best performance in a romantic comedy that he's been in.Andy Tennant a director who I've only seen three films from has made bad and good films. I personally didn't like Hitch or Ever After but I did enjoy Bounty Hunter and I personally think this is his best film.It all comes together with a tight script and beautiful acting with genuine funny moments but falls short on pacing. I really liked this movie and thought it was a great romantic comedy and I'm giving good old Sweet Home Alabama a four out of five.

Lori W (br) wrote: Cute movies for the kids...

Marnie Z (ag) wrote: I realize this is a dialogue movie but I kept wishing they'd all just stfu...particularly Will Smith... :p

Gimly M (fr) wrote: It's honestly not as silly as I remember it being. There's nothing that stands out as particularly great about Kindergarten Cop. But overall it's very watchable and even manages to wield a certain 80's-type charm you just don't find any more.

Matt (ca) wrote: I remember listening to this book on audio tape during a family trip when I was younger. I don't remeber everything just that it scared the crap out of me. The movie on the other hand was decent it did not scare the crap out of me but, I enjoyed it and it did have it's scary moments.

Bryon M (br) wrote: All sorts of epic failure. Everything about this is absolute suck. It is entertaining as its so bad its good.

monsieur r (us) wrote: Not so camoflaged spoof of Goldfinger (all the bikini's are gold). Lots of running around, chasing and mad cap merriment as Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) does comedy like no other. These films and so many beach party ones like it were not ever intended to be serious cinema. They targeted the huge teen market that just wanted to see their teen idols. Odd that Vincent Price, as old as he was, would get the nod to be the lead character Dr. Goldfoot, but there was always a teen idle like Avalon or Fabian to be the good guy. Duane Hickman also stars as a millionaire sought after by Dr. Goldfoot. Hickman in real life had his own TV show called Dobie Gillis, out of which came an even more poplular sitcom called Gilligans Island with Gilligan getting his start on the Dobie Gillis show. Anyway, the lame plot hardly makes a difference as its all about Dr. Goldfoot making bikini clad beauties marrying wealthy men. Watch this for the hot girls, Vincent Price is priceless. Frankie Avalon is the agent after Price. Fans of these teen pictures flocked to see their screen idols no matter what happened in the film. Cast Frankie Avalon Fred Clark Dwayne Hickman Susan Hart Vincent Price as Dr. Goldfoot Crew Director: Norman Taurog Producer: Samuel Z. Arkoff Producer: James H. Nicholson Producer: Anthony Carras Screenplay: Robert Kaufman Guest Star: Annette Funicello Screenplay: Elwood Ullman

Diego F (ag) wrote: Boudu un vagabondo che decide di suicidarsi buttandosi nelle acque del fiume Senna: viene per salvato da un libraio che lo conduce anche a casa sua offrendogli conforto, combattendo anche contro l'iniziale resistenza della moglie e della serva di casa, a causa del comportamento rozzo e ben poco borghese del nuovo arrivato. Boudu per, non avr particolare riguardo per l'uomo a cui deve la vita, e non si far scappare l'occasione di far valere le sue doti di seduttore con le due donne di casa.