The Bad Sleep Well

The Bad Sleep Well

A young executive hunts down his father’s killer. Continuing his legendary collaboration with actor Toshiro Mifune, Kurosawa combines elements of Hamlet and American film noir to chilling effect in exposing the corrupt boardrooms of postwar corporate Japan.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:135 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:epic,   murder,   blackmail,  

Illegitimate son Kôichi Nishi climbs to a high position within a Japanese corporation and marries the crippled daughter of company vice president Iwabuchi, only in order to seek justice for his father's suicide. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Bad Sleep Well torrent reviews

Shannon S (de) wrote: ***possible spoilers***With a decent cast and a promising premise, this movie had every chance of being good, creepy fun. However it's almost like it was written by 4 different writers who were each told to write every 4th page with just a basic outline to go on. It made sense overall I guess, but there were dozens of plot holes, some unnatural dialogue, and an ending that was wholly dissatisfying, even for those who do not mind the main character not winning or getting the girl

Jesse M (kr) wrote: Are You Here seems to try to be different and succeeds story-wise, though as a film it's clunky. It's stunning in its honesty and grasp on reality (and the realities of psychological pain); I was personally invested somewhere near the 25 minute mark and in tears over how much this hit home nearly all the rest of the way through. My favourite moments are the razor in the bathroom and the electric horse. If I were objective, I'd probably have given only 3 starts to this big story which seems to have had its arms and legs cut off in order to be squeezed into a feature film and because I feel a little hollow without the deeper sense of emotional vindication I was expecting at the end, but instead it was also so beautiful and touching in its hollowness that I had to give it four.

Bretty J (fr) wrote: Lovely story. Good aussie production & characters.

Stefan S (es) wrote: Oh God. Crap Crap Crap Crap Crap And Crap. Don't even watch it to see some death scenes... Cause they're also crap.

Laurie S (fr) wrote: a fantastic moving. i can't say that i enjoyed it because the storyling isn't exactly cheery but it was such a brilliant film. very well made.

Mike N (ag) wrote: it started off decent but it kinda lost my interest as the story went on..

Ro I (kr) wrote: Bad Jennifer Jason Leigh!! What that women was going to her husband, with the bus driver, so pitiful. Kudos to the bus driver, for not giving in.

Stanley C (jp) wrote: Although more suitable to be a television movie than as a theatrical release due to the format of the film because of its' production format recycled as from ALL THAT, the film provides dynamic, lovable characters that are the best we can get from the plot that is not professionally entertaining but still watchable.

Cody C (de) wrote: Not great but definitely not bad. Enjoyable and stuff

James C (it) wrote: Cool 80's vibe feeling that masks a very basic story

Colleen T (nl) wrote: Cute movie .. Robert Redford tap dancing alone is worth a viewing.

Chris M (jp) wrote: My side still hurts I was laughing so hard. If you go into this movie expecting the worse, you will NOT be disappointed.

Jeff D (ag) wrote: Richard Harris dominates the screen. Great British cinema.

Ed B (jp) wrote: Wow did this film blow me away! I guess that happens sometimes with sequels, because you have lower expectations. Now obviously, as a dramatic piece and an excellent story about life and death, 'Gojira' is the best of the series. However, if you take it in the strict sense of a monster movie, then this film comes out ahead. That's not to say that you won't also enjoy the drama and the few hints of comedy, I did because overall it's just an excellent film. This is the kind of Godzilla I know and love, playing the villain. The monster battles look somewhat like Sumo matches, but the film is so action packed and full of destruction that you won't mind that bit of goofiness. Without question this is more of a dark film though and there was a lot less dialogue than I expected. At least in the Japanese version, which are typically the only versions I will watch. If you want to really capture a performance of great emotion (fear, relief, happiness) then you need to be watching films in their original language. 'Godzilla Raids Again' is a monster movie masterpiece and also works as a disaster film. If you have any interest in Godzilla, Kaiju or monster movies you need to add this film to your collection!

Carlton R (nl) wrote: Dull romp with little luster, not funny, and not interesting enough to be a drama

Simon T (ag) wrote: This movie is so much better than 'The Phantom Menace' and 'Attack of the Clones', but not as good as 'A New Hope', 'The Empire Strikes back' and 'Return of The Jedi'.

Jason S (ru) wrote: I bet this was cool for it's time but today it's pretty silly and dumb

P o (ru) wrote: Very predictable and boring.