The Parasite Doctor Suzune: Genesis

The Parasite Doctor Suzune: Genesis

The city is infested with mysterious parasites that bore into their human hosts to increase their host's power and sexual desires. A beautiful girl, Suzune Arizono is a vet with a specialty in parasites, and who fights daily to end the plague. Before long, she learns that an evil organization, the Kito Zaibatsu, is behind the explosive growth of this ferocious parasite. She also learns that her long-missing father, Dr. Arizono, is also involved. In order to crush the Kito Zaibatsu's ambition and to see her father again, Suzune takes on the fight without regard to the danger involved.

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Scottie T (it) wrote: Soul Surfer is the biggest piece of shit to ever hit theatres. The Dialogue was fuckin hilariously bad, the acting was more bullshit than 9/11, only feminist's would like this gargantuous cock of a movie! the only cocksuck of a reason i watched this movie is my stupid dyke english teacher sat us down to watch this story of redemtion, that is so fucking cheesy and rediculous my friends and i found ourselfs laughing at how shitty this movie is. Don't watch this stupid fucking movie.

William W (kr) wrote: For some reason I always though Dawkins was a huge prick, I learn now that the names of the projects that I've seen him attached to are the only dicky things.Knee-jerk inducing title aside, this is a very good documentary.

KARLA E (de) wrote: It was so much fun watching this. My only regret is that I waited so long to do so. I would like to say that it has exaggerations for comedic purposes, but I actually know people like this. If you ever get a chance to see this in a public setting, note the ones that are oohing awwing over the leads: wardrobe, accessories, etc.

Greg D (de) wrote: One ear and out the other. 'Suburban Girl' is a slow paced rom-com which goes nowhere.

Thiago M (nl) wrote: With a lot of screenplay failures, Birth is a very confused and poorly explained film that has put Kidman's career down.

Shannon S (br) wrote: i don't know...this movie. it should have stayed a play. i can see where this would have made a good play. the conversation was really set up as play dialogue and seemed forced and fake in an intimate movie. what would have been a great plot twist in a play fell flat and seemed unbelievable and fake in a movie. really, you sat there with the person you are cheating with during all of dinner? and you're really willing to have such intimate talks with strangers? that being said, i liked the comparisons to religious people with schizophrenics. and this movie had like 800 famous people in it. i liked jack black as the schizo. i don't know though, this is something i think i would have enjoyed on the stage, but was bored watching on film.

Aj S (kr) wrote: The great casting makes this 48 hour crime thriller a terrific watch. Clearly this movie is under the influence of a Quentin Tarantino-esq sort of storyline, and that's alright, the movie didn't come off as completely original, but I really like how all the characters are interwoven together. At first you wonder how all these random characters will come together, they do, they find there way. The movie also had great elements of black comedy, including the scenes with James Spader, what a creepy funny villian he played. One thing that really bothered me was Jeff Daniels character, where we are last left with him it comes off as sort of a cliffhanger on his part and there's never an explanation of what will happen next, but that's my only beef. I liked this movie, it was a fun watch, probably would watch it again sometime.

Josh Y (de) wrote: I love baseball, but almost fell asleep watching this baseball movie.

Nicky N (jp) wrote: Not Bad.Great Cast.B-

Andy C (es) wrote: A rather strange and confused horror film with very little horror. I'd point out that it's insulting to Hittites and the Amish community but I doubt any of them will be watching this movie on their big t.v. screens.

Mike T (ag) wrote: When it comes to certain actors, I admit that I have a soft spot. Marlon Brando is one of those actors. I wouldn't say this is a terrible movie by any means, but it's a strange misfire that is as incoherent at times as it is compelling. The directorial vision and the aims of the screenplay are blurry, but it ends up being a fairly satisfying experience anyways. Brando ferociously meshes performance and reality in a sadly underrated piece of acting. This film is worth watching for him alone.

Adrian B (jp) wrote: The continuation of the strange film saga finds Ivan up to even odder, more sinister activities. Again fight sequences are prominent and same with the strange translated dialogue, but to add to that there are several bizarre dance sequences. In addition, the black and white sequences turn into colour sequences in the later part of the saga, which seem to be immersed in exuberance throughout this portion. As I understand, the film went into production problems when director Sergei Eisenstein died and it was not fully complete, so they had to re-film and add some stuff, resulting in a delay of fourteen years. Very odd, but again, it has to be recognized for its existence and must be viewed by all.

Walter M (fr) wrote: In "The Docks of New York," Bill Roberts(George Bancroft) is a stoker on board of a steamboat that is about to dock for a night in New York. As such, he has plans but is warned not to be late for the boat's departure in the morning. Those same plans hit a snag when Bill dives into the harbor to rescue Mae(Betty Compson) who just tried to kill herself. As she recovers her wits, they get to know each other. Just after he shows off his tattoos, she pops the question. "The Docks of New York" is an engrossing and lively film about people in the lowest rungs of life who are not so much given a reprieve, but just the barest glimmer of hope. At the start, Mae has given up on any possibilties for her future while Bill takes advantage of whatever fun he can find for himself, when he is not at his grueling job, to enjoy himself and forget everything else. All of which is set in a close knit community of people who look out for each other when they have nothing else.

Jonas S (ag) wrote: Typical to Kim Ki-duk, getting straight into the middle of a painful issue. This time a village with the social scars left since the Korean war. It's still ongoing and it hurts alot.