A police investigator cracks down on yakuza business, but once he realizes the police are in negotiations with certain factions, he sides with his own syndicate of choice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A police investigator cracks down on yakuza business, but once he realizes the police are in negotiations with certain factions, he sides with his own syndicate of choice.
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Leo K (ca) wrote: Civil rights movies always stir feelings within me, and occasionally make me shed a tear. It's amazing the amount of struggle humans have with themselves. Whoever is right, ultimately, needs to sacrifice a LOT before things could potentially change. Whether it's for skin colour, religion, gender, sexual preference, or even animal rights (the next step). A+ movie.
Ralph R (nl) wrote: "Ira Hayes.... Ira Hayes.... Call him drunken Hayes, He won't answer anymore. Not the whiskey drunken Indian or the man who went to war."
Michael S (nl) wrote: Watched this on late-night cable, and somehow I managed to watch the whole thing even though it sucked! Ok, ok I'll admit it was because of the boobage... but still it was a waste of time.
Dan G (ru) wrote: It was worth 2 stars only because someone took the time to make it. But do yourself a favor? Don't take the time to watch it. You're not missing anything.
Ryan M (au) wrote: For every eye getting sliced in half, every re-enactment of the last supper, every dinner party being interrupted by the military and for every Pope getting thrown out of a window, it's easy to forget what a humanist Bunuel was. It may be far removed from the surrealism of the other films he made while on exile in Mexico, but "Nazarin" is possibly his best film.Father Nazario (the excellent Bunuel regular Francisco Rabal) attempts to live his life as close to the principles of religion as possible. After being cast out of society for giving refuge to a prostitute and an outcast, he trades in his priestly clothes for peasant rags and begins a faux-pilgrimage through land, attempting to help anyone who wants the help of God, but society consistently refuses the help of God and Father Nazario, causing him to question his own beliefs up until the ambiguous ending where it's unknown whether he has forsaken his religious beliefs or not.For a man who famously claimed "I thank God I'm an atheist", Bunuel doesn't openly disregard Religion in "Nazarin", he believes that society is too corrupt to openly accept God & Father Nazario into their lives in this story of one man's struggle to keep his faith when all around him have forsaken their God. It's a terrific character study which never forces the issue, a damning social commentary and a wonderful examination of faith.
Andrey B (kr) wrote: Classic movie of a man reflecting on his past life as he visits places where he had grown up and people from his past in his dreams.
Faris S (ag) wrote: I physically can't watch this film. I try watch it but when he's humping a teddy, that's when you know it's just silly and stupid, not funny.
Dorian G (kr) wrote: Incredibly exciting, which is weird considering it's mostly just theoretical physicists talking about a single experiment. Eye opening and amazing, the discovery made and the future research that will result make this a great film for all humans, not just those with an interest in science. Watched on Netflix at home, June 10, 2015.
Christopher B (nl) wrote: One of Nicolas Cage's better film! A well-made dramedy with enough quirk, heart and humor; along with some beautiful "Cage moments". While certain parts of the plot are predicable, there are some surprises that counter the familiar, especially one big twist near the end. Highly recommended!
Well A (fr) wrote: 'Guilty pleasure' sem culpa, lembro que me diverti demais com esse filme no cinema. Nem o antiptico do Martin Lawrence conseguiu estragar.