In Akira Kurosawa's gritty Stray Dog, a young police detective gets his pistol stolen on a crowded bus during the oppressive heat of a late 1940s Tokyo summer. The gun is later used in a robbery and murder making finding it even more important.
- Stars:Toshirô Mifune, Takashi Shimura, Keiko Awaji, Eiko Miyoshi, Noriko Sengoku, Noriko Honma, Reikichi Kawamura, Eijirô Tôno, Yasushi Nagata, Kappei Matsumoto, Isao Kimura, Minoru Chiaki, Teruko Kishi, Ichirô Sugai, Gen Shimizu,
- Director:Akira Kurosawa,
During a sweltering summer, a rookie homicide detective tries to track down his stolen Colt pistol. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stray Dog torrent reviews
(de) wrote: A must for anyone who grew up with Calvin and Hobbes. A great story.
(br) wrote: A fun and action-filled movie that tells the new origin story of Supergirl. This movie, once again, perfectly brings the comic art to life. I really liked the addition of Wonder Woman to the story and Kara's time in Paradise Island was really enjoyable. And, although it doesn't have the most complex or deep story, it definitely has some of the best fight scenes of the entire DC animated universe. So, its not even comparable to Under the Red Hood or Batman Year One in terms of plot but what it lacks in story, it definitely makes up for in action.
(it) wrote: Impresionante documento grafico sobre como el gran Leonard Cohen, en una actuacion de poco mas de una hora, logra calmar el estado alterado de la mayoria de los asistentes al III festival de la isla de Wight, en unos tiempos de gran tumulto politico y social. Impagable la tranquilidad casi Zen del gran Cohen. Un irrepetible concierto...
(br) wrote: So incredibley immoral. The guy that just executed half the characters is some how supposed to be the good guy?!!
(es) wrote: En skn vardaglig film, med skna skdespelare. Och vilken skn musik!
(kr) wrote: Though Al Pacino has done better crime dramas this is still a solid entry into the genre thanks to the solid cast, engrossing and tense plot, solid production, a good script and a decent score/soundtrack.
(gb) wrote: Beautiful piece of art from the Taviani Brothers.
(ru) wrote: The story of the Nazi death camp of Sobibor, which was the setting of a mass Jewish escape, aided by Russian soldiers. Their plan was to murder each individual SS members, thus turning themselves in the same kind of persons their prosecutors had been; it is this interesting premise and the concept of struggle of conscience that is the most interesting aspect of this TV movie, from a time when television production sought to seem shocking by dealing bluntly with dark moments in history.
(kr) wrote: amazing prequel, gives a full story behind everything in the first two movies with characters from both. intense, emotional, action, drama, beastliness. some of the fight scenes were shaky with quick cuts (about 5 viewings)
(ru) wrote: Without hesitance or regard for life, John Wick knows the surest way to process his grief is through vengeful, improv "gun-fu." And it's very exciting.
(ca) wrote: The Ones Below is the directorial debut of David Farr, and it stars Clmence Posy, David Morrissey, Stephen Campbell Moore, and Laura Bin in a British thriller about a husband and wife that's expecting a baby to come in, and so is the new neighbors too that they were starting to become friends with. When they invited them, they had a good time until afterwards when the neighbor's wife had an accident and lost the baby which they blamed the problem on them, and it gets more suspicious when it keeps going. I found out about this on Flixster when this has good reviews for this movie, and it looked interesting to me. So when I watched it on Netflix, it's more interesting than I thought was going to be. The acting is pretty great, and David Morrissey and Laura Bin did a great job of acting vaguely creepy that you're not quite sure about whether you trust them, or is just their tradition going on. The movie cleverly sets up what is going on that keeps you interested until you realize in the end. It's well-made, which is a surprise as it's from a first-time director that only does theater, but it looks like he has done this before. The writing is well-written, although it lead to a twist that I saw coming, until the end comes in and just come out of nowhere and surprised me more, even though I'm confused about if it's been done before of the situation that just happened. The characters are well developed, and was effectively creepy, although not creeping down your spine kind of creepy. The Ones Below is a great film that is a nice first feature from David Farr.