The Machine Girl

The Machine Girl

The life of a young, Japanese schoolgirl is destroyed when her family is killed by a Ninja-Yakuza family. Her hand cut off, she replaces it with various machines-of-death, and seeks revenge

Ami is a typical college girl. She's bright, friendly, popular and athletic, with nothing to set her apart from other girls her age other than the fact that she is an orphan, left to care ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Machine Girl torrent reviews

Gordon H (ca) wrote: Told using a nonlinear narrative through James Brown's stream of consciousness, including asynchronous events and frequent breaks in the fourth wall, 'Get on Up' is a biographical drama film about the life of the singer. The film stars an ensemble cast featuring Chadwick Boseman as Brown, Nelsan Ellis as Bobby Byrd, Dan Aykroyd as Ben Bart, Viola Davis as Susie Brown, Keith Robinson as Baby Roy, and Octavia Spencer as Aunt Honey.I loved Chadwick Boseman in '42,' the Jackie Robinson biographical drama film from a year ago, so I thought I would give this one a try. Bad idea. Boseman does a good job in the role, but the "nonlinear narrative" told through "Brown's stream of consciousness" is just odd. The film jumps back and forth through Brown's life and is just really out there. I didn't care for it---at all. 1 and a half stars.

Juan E (es) wrote: Interesting and repulsive.

Private U (it) wrote: hi-YA! HA! Ahhh-YA! Awwww...

Inta K (gb) wrote: strange movie, quite boring

Scott S (nl) wrote: Another great documentary by Ken Burns. I found this story fascinating.

Carla Rene M (mx) wrote: One of the most boring, weak films I've ever seen. Life was wasted watching this.

Owen D (de) wrote: Do I even have to mention that this is by far, one of the greatest slashers ever made?

Nate T (nl) wrote: Another variation on the often written about Sherlock Holmes Vs. Jack The Ripper story...This time H.G. Welles stands in for Holmes and time travel is involved. While it won't hold up to this day-and-age's accurately gory depictions of Jack The Ripper's killings, it is nothing short of arresting.

Cindy I (gb) wrote: I watched this movie about a week before my brother left for Navy basic training. He ended up serving on submarines. Nothing terrible happened to him, but I thought of this film every time the boat went out to sea.

Patrick F (jp) wrote: An unfunny mess - there are a couple of good bits, but even they are subpar Marx Bros. material. The rest is just dreadful.

Sarah T (nl) wrote: decent for John Cusack...touching.

Maria M (us) wrote: I'm happy to have seen this epic pirate adventure movie again on TV. It's been over a decade ago. It's still exciting to watch. If it was shown today, it will still be appealing. I don't remember every single detail (again, as always) except for Jack Sparrow's classic "savvy!" so it's fun to recall how everything Jack's adventures unfold from this movie to the next ones. This is also the same film when I started watching Keira Knightley's movies soon after (Atonement, King Arthur, Love Actually and so on).

Alexei G (de) wrote: This movie had no life whatsoever, and the entire concept behind the movie is a just plain stupid arrangement of ideas. Seriously, the film's story is only enjoyable if you're that willing to suspend your critical instincts or don't have any at all. But that's the least of our worries. Aside from its dumb story and its pretentious presentation, the rest of the movie is still entirely uninteresting to the point that it's not even funny. The initial introduction to the dragons is also poor, you never really see them a dragon properly in the beginning, and when I finally get a proper look at the dragon it feels like a let down. The special effects in this movie honestly feel artificial, as though the makers of the film didn't use enough of their $60 million budget. Lastly, the movie also has no real sense of flow, as transitions between events is oven choppy. All-in-all, the movie is nothing special, but honestly, unless you got your hopes too high you won't be too moved by this movie in any way.

Jasper C (br) wrote: I like the movie since I like them both a lot but i think he's too old for her