Trick: The Movie
Disaster befalls a village's inhabitants every 300 years. A popular self-styled magician named Naoko (Yukie Nakama) is summoned as a deity to rid the people of their anxiety. But there are many would-be deities there, each posing as a god. When a series of bizarre incidents occur, Naoko is cornered with a genius physicist (Hiroshi Abe) and Detective Yabe (Katsuhisa Namase). Do deities actually exist, or are they charlatans?
- Stars:Hiroshi Abe, Kazuyuki Aijima, Bengaru, Eri Fuse, Masatô Ibu, Renji Ishibashi, Mayo Kawasaki, Kazuki Maehara, Hiroki Miyake, Seminosuke Murasugi, Yukie Nakama, Katsuhisa Namase, Riko Narumi, Toshie Negishi, Yôko Nogiwa,
- Director:Yukihiko Tsutsumi,
- Writer:Mitsuharu Makita
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(es) wrote: can anyone tell me where i can watch this online?
(nl) wrote: I could only watch the first 20 minutes, the acting is just plain painful, a pity as this could have been a great movie
(gb) wrote: "Yesterday we were born, today we live." Get past the opening with the scrawny, semi-naked, plastic-lipped lead & its ok. With an inkblot creature, a brunette James Marsters & the always sexy Tony Todd (candyman... Candyman... CANDYMAN!!! lolz)
(br) wrote: Everybody has his/ her dark side.
(it) wrote: OMG I think I'm in love with Susan Sarandon
(ag) wrote: Every American should watch this movie once. It should be required viewing in high school history classes.
(es) wrote: No female characters were included in the "what happened to them next" segment at the end of the film. Lucas, I hope you've evolved since then!
(au) wrote: How do you follow the massive hit of Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid?Well if your director George Roy Hill you go all tricky and adapt Kurt Vonneguts time jumping novel.Having not read the book i was drawn to the interweaving plotlines and the jumping from one time to the next.Pauline Kael often called Roy Hill a workmanlike director ,but i have to say there is nothing workmanlike going on here.His visual eye is top grade as Michael Sacks gives and outstanding performance as Billy Pilgrim an everyman with a gift which delights and frustrates him in equal measure.The film is also bolstered by fine perfomances from Ron Liebman as Pilgrim crazed enemy and Sharon Gans as Billys annoying wife.The film is packed with memeorable moments from the horrible attack on Dresden to a very funny scene involving the destruction of a Cadillac.so my fianl word would be although the jumpy narrative takes some getting used to,Roy Hill has created a cracking early 70s timepiece.
(au) wrote: Blazing Saddles remains by far one of the funniest satire films of all time.
(mx) wrote: i think i have seen this just can't remember it