Welcome to the Quiet Room
28 year old freelance writer Sakura Asuka (Yuki Uchida) wakes up tied in a white room. The white room is a protected room located in an isolated ward of a psychiatric hospital. Sakura first became unconscious because of heavy alcohol use and a druge overdose. She’s confined in the single room because of her high risk of committing suicide. Sakura tried to talk to the nurses and doctors but they didn’t listen to her. Under the circumstances another patient Miki (Yu Aoi), who suffers from an eating disorder, leads her to understand the unknown world. But, Sakura is looking for the way to get back to the real world as soon as possible.
- Stars:Yuki Uchida, Kankurô Kudô, Yû Aoi, Ryô, Yûko Nakamura, Satoshi Tsumabuki, Shinobu Ôtake, Hideaki Anno, Namiko Hatori, Kami Hiraiwa, Mitsuru Hirata, Shima Ise, Katsuo Kawai, Masayuki Kawakatsu, Haruna Kondô,
- Director:Suzuki Matsuo,
- Writer:Suzuki Matsuo (novel), Suzuki Matsuo (screenplay)
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Welcome to the Quiet Room torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Another modern b-movie cheese fest, and while there are better and more memorable entries even within the very specific giant shark like creature rampage sub genre, it does contain some enjoyable low budget tourist eatings.
(ca) wrote: Filmmakers Disney and Reticker here tell a simple, human story that illuminates the schisms that ripped a nation apart - allowing Taylor to divide and conquer - while also pointing to a way forward... Given that their subjects sought to broker negotiations between the various factions, it's apt the filmmakers should plump for sober, composed talking heads as the most fruitful approach. You fear the story may well be bought up by anyone keen to give Queen Latifah another shot at the Oscar, but for the moment, the documentary does much to establish the heroism of those who effectively gave birth to a whole new country - women who might otherwise have been overshadowed by the more glamorous presence of Naomi Campbell at the Taylor war-crimes trial - while at the same time going some way to further underline that men who proclaim themselves masters of the universe will always, sooner or later, find their downfall in the fairer sex.
(it) wrote: Two Lovers is a performance-driven film with no week links in its casting. The film is artsy, but with a purpose. The most outstanding detail, however; is how so many of the characters act as real people in a way that immediately draws the viewer in.
(gb) wrote: Winner of the Critics Week Grand Circle Award at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, XXY features an extraordinary performance by In (C)s Efron who manages to build empathy for her character while making Alex a symbol of all adolescents' search for acceptance. Director Lucia Puenzo has said that after reading the short story by Bizzio that she "couldn't get it out of her head". A film of haunting beauty and compassion that says that every human being deserves to be loved for who they are regardless of gender, physical deformity, or sexual orientation, it will also be hard to get out of your head.
(mx) wrote: This gritty, somewhat slow moving film merits a look from those who like the principal actors. Linney's character is very frustrating, and I wish I knew more about the reasons behind her behaviour. Not for those who like their movies "wrapped" up into neat little boxes. Thumbs up, but not way up.
(us) wrote: One of his best movies in my opinion
(it) wrote: Fantastic....loved it as a kid ....adored it as a man today..great horror zombie flick. This movie started my zombie genre craze!
(nl) wrote: Very sad and spectacularly acted. It was a wonderful storyline that really captured me. This is something extraordinarily made and incredibly well thought and I can certainly recommend it. Started a bit weird and ended with terrific!
(kr) wrote: weird old movie, but still great.
(de) wrote: A bit of a black sheep in the cult musical genre, but so much god damn fun! On par with its much more famous older brother in terms of sheer inventiveness and campy joy.
(au) wrote: 60s fun with Elvis and Ann
(gb) wrote: The jokes are from an era that has so far been forgotten. And by good reason, The jests are like lead balloons. Several times I yawned at the trains and the lacklustre attempt to evoke warmth and community. The film was lost on me. Not one of my favourite Ealing comedies. Maybe I just don't like trains.
(gb) wrote: An eerie 1922 silent black and white film that has the first presence of Dracula. I am a huge modern special effects person, but this movie's eeriness seems to radiate from its flickering black and white image. At first I wasn't to sure if I could enjoy it being a silent film, but I watched it all the way through with interest. A must watch for any huge movie fan, even if your thing isn't Dracula.
(es) wrote: "I'm sorry, Elvis had a twin brother? What kind of Christian movie is this?"DVD Movie Review: The IdenticalDate Viewed: January 21 2015Directed By Dustin MarcellinoWritten By Howard KlausnerStarring: Blake Rayne, Ray Liotta, Brian Geraghty, Ashley Judd, Seth Green, Erin Cottrell, Joe Pantoliano, Chris Mulkey, Amanda Crew and Danny Woodburn.How on earth did "The Identical" get made?It is laughably bad. I heard critics say that this is the "Showgirls" of evangelical Christian movies but I don't think so, the "Left Behind" remake starring Nicolas Cage took the cake.Just how good actors like Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd and Seth Green agreed to this wacky mess is beyond me. Get ready to laugh your head off because you cannot believe what this movie is about. It is about two identical twin boys who get separated at birth during the Great Depression, the first twin became an iconic 50's rock and roll named Elvis Presley (actually his real name is Drexel Hemsley), the second twin was raised by a music-hating reverend named Wade (who is laughably played by Ray Liotta, giving the worst performance of his entire career).The other twin is Ryan Wade (Blake Rayne), he has passion for music just like his twin brother but his father wants him to stay out of the business. When they adopted him, Wade and his wife, Louise (Ashley Judd) think that he had been gifted and called by God to be a preacher. Ryan doesn't want to go on God's path so he launches his own music career just like his brother did with the help of his friend, Dino (Seth Green) and his wife, Jenny (Erin Cottrell). When Ryan finally discovers that Drexel Hemsley (also played by Rayne) was his twin brother, he truly questions everything he ever believed in God.There are a lot of crazy choices in "The Identical" for example, there's a subplot about "Jews for Jesus" and when we get to the 1960s, the Vietnam war and the civil rights movement are not mentioned at all. In a year full of terrible faith-based movies including "Son of God", "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas", "Persecuted", "God's Not Dead" and of course "Left Behind", "The Identical" is the craziest of them all. Blake Rayne's two performances as Ryan and Drexel are very stiff and his movie career doesn't look too bright, look for him to possibly star in "Sharknado 3". As for Liotta and Judd, they are capable of doing better movies than this. What were they thinking of? Sure, Elvis Presley made a lot of bad movies but those movies were a work of genius compared to "The Identical".I've seen a lot of dreadful movies in my time but I don't think "The Identical" was an epic folly compared to "The Oogieloves". Seriously everybody needs to see it, it is fascinatingly bad. This is my nasty review for "The Identical", Thank You Very Much.
(jp) wrote: Bizarre, unconventional, and altogether confusing, "The Uninvited" is a bit too difficult to follow to be legitimately frightening or effective.