Zigeunerweisen s a 1980 independent Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki and based on Hyakken Uchida's novel, Disk of Sarasate. It takes its title from a gramophone recording of Pablo de Sarasate's violin composition, Zigeunerweisen, which features prominently in the story. The film makes the first part of Suzuki's Taishō Roman Trilogy, followed by Kagero-za (1981) and Yumeji (1991), surrealistic psychological dramas and ghost stories linked by style, themes and the Taishō period (1912-1926) setting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A surreal period film following an university professor and his eerie nomad friend as they go through loose romantic triangles and face death in peculiar ways.
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Jake R (gb) wrote: Nothing happens. It's two hours of potato porn and not a single damn thing happens.
lvaro S (ag) wrote: No apta para todo pblico. Una pelcula deliciosa en lo opresivo. En lo personal me encantan las pelculas donde el escenario es un personaje y en esta es el malo de la pelcula.
Alexander Z (us) wrote: One of the biggest hits of 2003, with admissions almost rivaling 2002's box office chart topper "Marrying the Mafia", "My Tutor Friend" is a romantic comedy about the sparks that fly (from both passion and friction) when a geeky college girl is hired to help a spoiled rich kid get his grades up. And though it may run a little on the long side, the well-rounded blend of broad comedy, romance, slickly shot martial arts sequences, and two great lead performances make "My Tutor Friend" a worthwhile effort.
Alex D (kr) wrote: Part biopic, part martial arts movie, but overall, really good - plus it has that song that's in all the trailers.
Corbin R (jp) wrote: Exceeds its predecessor in every way showcasing true creativity in horror. I recommend skip the first--since we get the highlights--and go for this and this alone in the franchise.
John A (nl) wrote: Director Sam Firstenberg returns with actor Michael Dudikoff for more b-movie action. On a remote Caribbean island, Army Ranger Joe Armstrong investigates the disappearance of several marines, which leads him to The Lion, a super-criminal who has kidnapped a local scientist & mass-produced an army of mutant ninja warriors. The plot seems more ridiculous this time, but the action slows down slightly more until the last 20-30 minuets just like all the bigger budgeted action films were doing at the time. This means the plot is more detailed and it has a nice steady pace. Sadly the script & performances haven't improved.
Ger M (mx) wrote: All these Zatoichi movies contain the same formula, but maybe that's why I enjoy them all
Barry T (gb) wrote: Not Sure If Evan Rachel Wood is a rom com actress but she is ok in this slight inoffensive film with Justin Long. There is a splatter of cameos from Rockwell to Vaughgn. Miller to Phillps but it never ever rings true. He has a dream job and she is a kooky Barrymore wannabe.
Jonathan G (kr) wrote: Takes the Fun out of the sires and defeats the purpose of what I loved about the other sires replaces it with genetic horror overall you can't have leprechaun with out Warwick Davis terrible directing horrible acting a lot that feels like it toke them 2 minutes to write it just reason for this film to exist it doesn't try to change the sires in anyway it actually doesn't even resemble the plot from First movie it try's to be less silly but falls to realize the first had actually good horror movie plot overall don't watch it waste of time and you feel stupid for bothering