Sushi Girl

Sushi Girl

Fish has spent six years in jail. Six years alone. Six years keeping his mouth shut about the robbery, about the other men involved. The night he is released, the four men he protected with silence celebrate his freedom with a congratulatory dinner. The meal is a lavish array of sushi, served off the naked body of a beautiful young woman. The sushi girl seems catatonic, trained to ignore everything in the room, even if things become dangerous. Sure enough, the four unwieldy thieves can't help but open old wounds in an attempt to find their missing loot.

Sushi Girl is an American crime film that follows Fish who is brought to an abandoned restaurant by his old associate, Duke, to celebrate his newfound freedom. However, there's unfinished business that Duke is determined to solve. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rob M (ag) wrote: Brutal and fantastic movie.

Jason S (es) wrote: Self indulgent and boring. Waste of a great cast and premise.

Adam D (fr) wrote: Who can not want to watch a movie called Evil Bong?

Jamie L (es) wrote: This movie was really cool. It was sad at the beginning, and then you root for her the whole rest of the movie to kick his ass!

John B (it) wrote: Intriguing. I have come to expect more from the top Italian films but this was interesting.

Andrew B (br) wrote: I still cannot believe this film was ever made!!! I love the way they've put 'The Movie' so as your not confused with the dozens of other 'Soccer Dog' products that are clogging up our supermarket shelves and the air waves!!!

Matty S (de) wrote: Sick, twisted and wrong -- this is a classic bit of Cult Art Film that I will always love. Hal Hartley creates an unforgettable film.

Naomi G (es) wrote: This movie, which would later be turned into the tv show BJ and the bear, was the breakthrough movie for Mr. Eastwood. Completely overshadowed by the godfather, the french connection, and Death Wish, and the audience alienated by the alienated Dirty Harry, hollywood producers, desperate to turn Mr. Eastwood into a ubiquitous commercial product that the world could not dispense with, like plastic garbage bags, made this film for Mr. Eastwood. The scheme of getting Mr. Eastwood's lone killer character from the spaghetti westerns into a seemingly contemporary, though distinctly alternate universe, reality, did not work. What idea they had - maybe to tow the dirty harry movies with their blockbusters, whatever it was - failed to account for the fact that they could promote only one or two movies at once and that their promotional efforts resulted in the audience absorbing even less.The dirty harry movies that followed every which way but loose were the worst of the series, but the best at the box office. Elements from every which way but loose, like being slightly less antisocial, helped the commercial success of the later dirty harry movies, apparently.It's about Mr. eastwood's orangutan, like BJ's "chimp." Mr evigan reminds characters in his show, but especially the audience, that "he's a chimp,not a monkey" every episode, sometimes multiple times in each episode. Do you understand now?

RAMAHEFA F (it) wrote: limage al'aire bonne

Fong K (jp) wrote: Murder, she most elaborately wrote? This Agatha Christie's adaptation is crowded with suspects, clues and the best thespians of their generation. The coda of the mystery will leave your head spinning and have you scrambling for the rewind button!

Machelle (it) wrote: I would have given 5 stars if they had of killed Tara Reid in the first 15 mins. but they didn't. She is the worse crier...ugh. Other than her ruining it... decent little film. It was a good idea... It was worth $1 at the redbox...

Ted W (br) wrote: The first Carry On in color, but I found it a bit less amusing than the previous Spying entry. Lots of great double entendres but that was about it. Dale has a much larger role as the heroic English slave Horsa, but Williams is still the center of it all as Caesar.

Witt R (fr) wrote: Not entirely sure why this movie was so harshly criticized. Operating as neither a sequel or prequel, Rise of an Empire operates as a parallel vehicle that tells a story existing at the same time as the Battle of Thermopylae. While Leonids and the 300 Spartans were protecting the Hot Gates, Themistokles and the Greek navy meets Xerxes forces on the water. Approached as a naval warfare epic in the style of Zack Snyder's original "300", "300: Rise of an Empire" is told from the perspective of Queen Gorgo and completes the story as told through the lens of Frank Miller's retelling of how Greece stood against Xerxes forces.Noam Murro does a great job of homaging Zack Snyder's directorial style from the first film and then cleverly using changes in color and environment to show how this story differs and expands the world we've entered. Yes, this movie does continue the graphic "ultra-violence" introduced in the first movie, but that is part of the charm of these films. It takes the core pieces of history/myth and elevates it in the style of the graphic novels they are based on. To me, the epic combat does not overpower the movie or drown out the story or character development, but instead supports it. These films were never meant to stand side-by-side with the likes of Gladiator or Braveheart in being classic film epics, but I think that the graphic novel aesthetic is what makes this franchise so captivating and fun to watch.If you're a fan of the style Zack Snyder established in the first film, then you will love this one as it delivers on all the same levels. If you were not a fan of the first film, then this may be one you'll want to skip.

bob b (ag) wrote: Why use a tomahawk when you can just shoot them????!?!???