An emotionally distraught young man goes on a violent killing spree after his tuberculosis keeps him from serving in World War II and is frowned upon by his fellow villagers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ushimitsu no mura
An emotionally distraught young man goes on a violent killing spree after his tuberculosis keeps him from serving in World War II and is frowned upon by his fellow villagers.
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Sherlock H (ag) wrote: The movie ticket is the charity here
Rob T (au) wrote: Tyler Perry, and these movies are great.
Al H (es) wrote: An excellent documentary about the worst movie in the cinema history. Two thumbs up!
Nikolai D (ca) wrote: A tight, slick, postmodern drama on the complex love relationships of four adults, who are all consumed by the obscure flame of desire. Great acting, smart script, but not much in terms of psychological depth. Humans do have, after all, other motives than their anxieties and sexual impulses.
Eric H (mx) wrote: Vince Vaughn was terrific,playing a character you wanted to reach out and strangle, causing you to sometimes forget that he was supposed to be that irritating.Jon Favreau needed few lines; his expressions told you everything you needed to know. In a world of sequels and tired old plots this was a refreshing and entertaining film.
Martin T (gb) wrote: Packed wall-to-wall with elaborate props, costumes, set dressings, and locations. But it takes more than production design to make a movie. The story of Ludwig isn't dull, but this telling of it isn't very interesting... certainly not for 4 hours. There's a lot of unimportant chaff here, and I wish I'd watched one of the edited versions instead. Helmet Berger is passable but uninspiring, running the standard routine for "descent into madness". But I have to place the blame on Visconti.
Greg N (es) wrote: Alain Delon beats an eel to death on some rocks then sexes up a hot topless lady. How is that not cool and/or hilarious?
Sergio J (jp) wrote: good parody on the rap game and how some rappers just front
Brad S (br) wrote: I put off watching this for 15yrs, but decided to finally try it as I love Barry Sonnefeld's "Get Shorty" and enjoyed the "Men in Black" series...but this film just misses on all levels. Talented cast including Smith, Kline, Hayek and Branagh are all wasted, none of the jokes are funny, and it's just plain ridiculous. I suspect the main culprit here is the script, nothing could save it. Skip this one!