Zatoichi Goes to the Fire Festival

Zatoichi Goes to the Fire Festival

Cowritten by star Shintaro Katsu, this adventure pits Zatoichi against one of his most diabolical foes: a blind yakuza boss whose reign of terror and exploitation has made him nearly mythic...

Cowritten by star Shintaro Katsu, this adventure pits Zatoichi against one of his most diabolical foes: a blind yakuza boss whose reign of terror and exploitation has made him nearly mythic... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Zatoichi Goes to the Fire Festival torrent reviews

Ehsan S (es) wrote: The movie could not mirror what really happened in the book. Restricting itself to the time of 120 minutes, the director forces himself to describe the story flustered and is unable to lighten the dark sensitive corners of the complicated relation between the characters. On the other hand, the movie has a great soundtrack, thanks to Johnny Greenwood and nice shots and cuts taking place in scenery locations.

Elena S (gb) wrote: it's funny sometimes. Especially when 2 rusty met each other and about the music box also. But its story plot is boring and disgusting. The ending is really makes me sick.

Matthew G (it) wrote: Tremendously underrated, IMHO.The only decent DC movie Zack Snyder has done.

Grant K (au) wrote: The comic duo of Wilson and Chan return for a sequel that is just as fun as the first film.

Emilia G (it) wrote: hey...its got river in it.

Poncho E (fr) wrote: Postcards of this world... Both modern and old. The great, the not so great, the bad and the ironic. Must watch.

Loren R (ag) wrote: Die erste grosse Abnutzung der Planet der Affen Reihe! Vor allem wenn es um die Zeitverschiebungs Theorie geht, scheiden sich die Geister. Auch gibt es eine grosse Anspielung der Fremdartigkeit. Eine andere Art, die sogar sprechen kann und sie sind sogar Intelligent! Hrt sich ziemlich nach Fremdenhass und Auslnderfeindlichkeit an! Auch die Effekte rutschen dabei voll ins Trashige ab. Man sitzt nur da und denkt dabei, dass die Geschichte einmal vorbei ist. Der ganze Film htte man besser und nachdenklicher machen knnen!

Jared H (es) wrote: A grand explication of a grand story. A wonderful and well-chosen cast, excellent if necessarily brief "human story" moments, convincing battle scenes and a great sweep of narrative. The special section near the end "of the decisive Big Day" with its themed music by William Walton, gives a stomach-churning experience of air battle at its most disorienting. Highly recommended.

Aj V (us) wrote: I liked this movie, it was funny, the story is good and the movie doesn't look as bad as plan 9 does, instead it's more like a low budget horror movie. I really liked it.

Marc R (us) wrote: Part U.S.-Mexico propaganda, part true-crime story this noir film explores the illegal smuggling of Mexican workers to the US during the "bracero" period. The cinematography is excellent, but the film's propaganda portions are a bit much in an otherwise solid film.

Robert C (nl) wrote: If you go into this looking for H.P. Lovecraft inspired film, you may be disapointed. If you go into this looking for a fun/cheesy sci-fi/horror film, you are in for a treat! Sure the story is predictable and the special effects a bit cheesy, but there are some really great sets/locations, creepy/cheesy atmosphere and Boris Karloff! There are also a few "atmospheric" shots (mostly landscapes) in the begining of the film that are actually quite amazing!

Brad H (us) wrote: Once a daringly-grand show piece Zulu has lost a lot of its punch over the years, reducing its impact against the modern movie goer who is used to huge sets and grand movie budgets. Despite this its still a good piece of Golden Age Brit cinema that's worth a look for anyone with good taste in cinema.