This live-action film adaptation of Shohei Manabe's Smuggler manga is not to be missed! Ryosuke Kinuta is a failed actor with big time debts. His loan shark scores him a gig smuggling dead ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In this wacky and shocking comedy, a failed actor is forced to work smuggling dead bodies and contraband in a world full of underground bankers and crazed fashionista yakuza killers.
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Jacob G (kr) wrote: Two words: phallic symbols
David R (br) wrote: Terror japons con buenos sustos y una historia creble que slo al final pierde fuelle y algo de credibilidad.
Oliver K (de) wrote: It is hilarious. Only Suzuki could do this. Goes far beyond anime crazyness to reach it's own level of sheer chaos. As a typical late Suzuki film there are no rules but the ones he makes up for his own amusement! But every now and again there are moments of genius, light shed on one of the greatest imaginations in existence today.
Ben B (de) wrote: Although the concept is interesting, the music is fitting, and Gibson and Phoenix give good performances, Signs suffers from a dull, trudging pace and a very lackluster final act.
Curtis L (es) wrote: it's not a bad, low budget movie, but it's not a great one either. some bits stretch it a little too far.
Ian W (mx) wrote: A rare case where the sequel is on par with the original. With the sad passing of Raul Julia (RIP) it is shame no more movies were made with the main actors of the original cast.
Joshua B (jp) wrote: One of my favorite movies from my childhood. The mixture of adventure, magic and danger with a splash of comedy leaves the viewer with a fulfilled moment of giddiness.
Joey P (nl) wrote: This isn't one of Hitchcock's absolute best films, but it's close, and the carousel set piece climax is classic Hitch. Robert Walker is the soul of this movie, turning in a ;memorable performance in his last role before his tragic death. It might not be quite up there with Vertigo and Rear Window, but it's still very, very good.
Matt H (ca) wrote: Havent seen the others so wasnt expecting much and that is pretty much what I got.