Tetsuo II: Body Hammer

Tetsuo II: Body Hammer

Tetsuo II: Body Hammer is a 1992 Japanese science fiction/horror film directed by Shinya Tsukamoto. It is a bigger-budget reworking of the same director's 1989 movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man, utilizing similar themes and ideas to the earlier film (a Japanese salaryman, played by cult actor Tomorowo Taguchi, finds his body transforming into a weapon through sheer rage after his son is kidnapped by a gang of violent thugs.) It was not as well received as its predecessor but it did win the Critic's Award at the 3rd Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival in February 1992.

Sequel to "Tetsuo" this time has the Iron Man transforming into cyberkinetic gun when a gang of vicious skinheads kidnap his son. When the skinheads capture him, they begin to experiment on... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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George P (jp) wrote: Well, the guy DID have a pretty cool helmet.

Andrew H (it) wrote: It suffers a bit from bad dialogue and acting (they're kids, come on), but for the most part it's very funny and entertaining, and the montages set to music are incredible.

Hannah J (gb) wrote: Every time it's on tv, I can't look away. ??

Thrall T (nl) wrote: Movie Review: Get SmartDo you like the movies like James bond and with more humor to them, well then Get Smart might just be the movie for you. Starring Steve Carell (Maxwell Smart) Anne Hathaway (Agent 99) Alan Arkin(The Chief) and Dwayne Johnson as (Agent 23), this comedy of the agency CONTROL VS the Agency KAOS in order to save the world from nuclear threats. Agents 86 and 99 must Locate these devices and stop KAOS. This movies is full of the cute humor that Steve Carell provides in every movie like Dinner for Schmucks or The 40 Year Old Virgin. The one thing the movie lacks that everything else makes up for is the lack of more backstory on characters like Agent 23 or why these agencies exist in the first place. Otherwise this movie will always have a special place in heart of the Steve Carell movies.

Tyler S (nl) wrote: One of the better biopics I have ever seen fueled by an electric bravo performance from Foxx. I didn't know much about the man before I saw this film. It made me look up and research his life. Anytime a movie can inspire you like that it is a classic.The run time was long but my interest was never garnered. The flashbacks to his childhood fit the movie perfectly and helped explain the man he became and the obstacles he overcame as being a blind man.Supporting roles were fantastic also and I just can't say enough about the performance by Jamie Foxx. It was one of the better of the decade. The history part is also pretty good also. It's just a good flowing film anchored by an all time great performance.

Ross M (jp) wrote: Possibly the movie with the least things 'happening' in it i've ever seen. The long shots of little-to-no action near the near the end didnt exactly help my faltering concentration. :(

Mieko I (jp) wrote: Very interesting to see how you could fall into madness when you can't get what you want.

Martin D (ru) wrote: I honestly can't believe i haven't seen this yet.

Fallon B (es) wrote: A cheeky, self-aware, funny, and warmhearted movie about Hollywood's conversion to the talkies.