A man is stabbed to death in Tokyo's Nihonbashi area. The victim staggers with the knife still in the wound for eight minutes before collapsing under the winged statues of two Kirin on the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wings of the Kirin
A man is stabbed to death in Tokyo's Nihonbashi area. The victim staggers with the knife still in the wound for eight minutes before collapsing under the winged statues of two Kirin on the ...
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Fabian J (nl) wrote: Under funded and overly complicated this rather obvious and obverse take on the exorcists theme offers little in the way of art and less in the way of entertainment. Somewhere in the running time there might be a story but it would seem the director and the cast are still trying to figure it out.
Pantha R (jp) wrote: Mildly amusing & predictable potboiler, with some hillarious dialogues.
Dave J (gb) wrote: Wednesday, January 8, 2013 (2012) The Samaritan THRILLER The situation is as follows, Samuel L. Jackson who is one of 11 executive producers, he stars as Foley who's just got out of prison after serving 25 years. He of course is not really a free man since he has to report for parole. At this point we initially don't know the real reason why he's in prison but as it turns out, it has something to do with shooting his partner who used to work as "Grifters" another slang for con-men. And apparently, as soon as he was let out, almost immediately he was confronted by the son of the partner Foley was forced to shoot and sent to prison for and his name is Ethan (Luke Kirby). At first, the audience assumes that Ethan has no malice towards Foley for shooting his father to death since both of them used to be involved into a shady business, but as it turns out Ethan very much want Foley to go back to the very business he was trying to avoid once getting out which is conning unsuspecting wealthy bad people. The movie dwells on Foley's complicated dilemma as Ethan continues to put more pressure Foley's blue-collar life, one of which is something coming from "Oldboy". Also, there's also some inspirations of 1990 movie called "The Grifters". This is just the low budget variation of "Oldboy" and "The Grifters". And I would've give this movie a pass except the ending totally sucked. 2 out of 4 stars
Rebecca P (gb) wrote: Simply fun. Loved it.
One A (mx) wrote: omg wot a weird movie! i found it so hard 2 understand!
Brad S (gb) wrote: I loved this film and I would be hard-pressed to explain exactly why. There really isn't much of a plot, and there are long periods of nothing much happening, yet I was captivated the entire time. Thus is the talent of master director Abbas Kiarostami. The film is essentially a visual poem which makes sense as the film's title and ongoing theme in the film is from a poem from an Iranian woman named Forough Farrokhzad. This film is a must watch for cinema lovers!
daniel m (ca) wrote: big crock in a lake eatting bear,cow, and people. betty white gets her elderly lady swag on as u root for the beast against the rest of the goofy cast.
Paul B (jp) wrote: As a kid, it wasn't the Vietnam war or the Green Beret that got my attention. It was an elephant.
Francisco S (ag) wrote: With a talented cast, however with a weak argument with no funny and no sense jokes and predictable and no original story, it's so possible that this movie interest somebody like it's possible the chicken's has teeth.
pete 1 (gb) wrote: classic 80s film,not much action but its still a good old fashioned cop thriller
Emileigh B (mx) wrote: Love this movie its one I can watch over and over.
Peter C (ca) wrote: good to know that something as crappy as 'daddy day care' comes from slightly cooler roots.
Charity P (it) wrote: This was a surprisingly impressive film. It was certainly helped by the subtlety of its concept and execution, but there are genuinely good actors here and a writer/director who obviously gave a damn about making a good movie (something even more evidenced in some of the deleted scenes). But certainly the subtlety helps; the film largely relies on the understanding that war IS horror and war IS evil and it affects all those involved, even the land itself. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that I wasn't completely happy with the film's resolution, and what few FX there were I felt would have been better had they been done with camera work or something similarly understated; it would have both fit the tone of the movie much better, and FX are one of those things that really shows when you have a low budget. But overall just a really good movie, the kind of gem you used to be thrilled to find on the shelves of your local video store back in the eighties
Magdalena W (fr) wrote: Genial... me la rei toda, Jerry Lewis en su maximo genio, mas que una comedia es una parodia a la mente humana.
Reginald V (mx) wrote: A fine example of American superiority in all things!
Cody D (de) wrote: I seen this as a parody of today's republicans making larger problems out of the ones we already face.