Ichi seeks out on a pilgrimage to 81 temples, exploring spirituality to atone for his bloody past. On the way, Ichi stumbles into a village that's being bullied by a violent Yakuza boss and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman's Pilgrimage
Zatoichi's trek through 88 temples to atone for his violent past is interrupted as he stumbles into a village terrorized by a violent yakuza boss.
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Jamie C (us) wrote: Inspiring move of an inspiring girl who wasn't ashamed to let others know she loved God no matter what others said!!! Absolutely love this movie!! I joined the challenge and hope to be an inspiring Christian woman like this girl!! This is a MUST see film!!! I will definitely be adding this to my home theater.
Syed A (jp) wrote: Of all the Superman Direct to Dvd animations, this is the so typical, cliched and boring. Watch only if you're a die hard fan of Superman.
P H (us) wrote: Worth a watch if nothing on tv.
Pedro C (ru) wrote: For most of the time it felt like a mix of Korean cinema subtlety and Japanese cinema light humor (some doramaness as well?), but then I saw it all very clearly for what it is. I think 3/4 of the audience was really moved. I'd never guess! "I can't wait for you for 1 year and 1 month, I can't wait for you until you turn 25, but I have waited for you all my life"
joshua b (fr) wrote: Fans of too-soon canceled TV shows often pine for more, whether it be through an unlikely uncancellation (Family Guy), a jump to another network (Southland), or a feature film project (Firefly). So for fans of Showtime's black comedy, Dead Like Me, the prospect of a straight to DVD film version could only be a good thing. Until it wasn't. Life After Death more or less bastardises the show's beloved characters. The writing in this movie is sloppy, without the clever dry wit or character nuance that made the show so good. Then there is the physical character changes. Laura Harris played Daisy with a layered vulnerability. Here, replacement actress Sarah Wynter plays her as someone who has never seen the show. And the absence Mandy Patinkin as Rube, who was really the backbone of the group, could not be more sorely felt in this soulless continuation. There are some nice moments between the lead protagonist, George (Ellen Muth), and her now teenaged sister, Reggie (Britt McKillip) that genuinely feel like a resolution of some of the shows more poignant ponderings on death. But those moments fail to make engaging a film that is mostly focused on a bizarre plot involving Henry Ian Cusick as the crew's new boss. If this soulless sequel was all that we were going to get from this great show, Dead Like Me should have stayed in the ground.
Sean C (mx) wrote: Seeing as this was written by Ken Marino who starred in and co-wrote some of David Wain's stuff like "Wet Hot American Summer," and that it uses a good cast, especially Paul Rudd, I expected this to be a little better. There were some funny moments and some compelling moments, but I felt like it could have been deeper and riskier.
Wiki S (br) wrote: a good sequel to the last episode
Jason G (mx) wrote: I absolutely LOVE this movie from beginning to end. This movie made me do TONS of research on the life men portrayed in the movie. Based on the actual video and print interviews that I've seen with Peralta, Alva, Adams and Engblom especially, all of the actors that portrayed these men did phenomenal jobs. Heath Ledge NAILS Engblom's VERY unique vocal style, cadence, style of dress and mannerisms. I love movies that are based on real life situations/experiences/people, especially if they are done accurately and well, such as this film. Grade A for me.
Erik H (es) wrote: Deep in the Woods in fast low tone voice
Brian F (us) wrote: Stella Skarsgard is quite good. And, um, uh... It's better than Exorcist II. That concludes the good things I have to say about this movie.
Amber S (de) wrote: The build up is just as it ought to be, slow and sultry. Love the soundtrack. I'd have to say this is still one of my favorite films.
Vincent S (de) wrote: A 90s masterpiece! Looking back at it 20 years later, this is the strongest foreshadowing a movie has ever been! In the 90s, this was a great film, now this movie stands the test of time becoming a masterpiece now! I have never seen a movie nail a subject 20 years before it's time! Powerful, unsettling, a movie that will make you think long and hard years after you see it! Julianne Moore's performance might be the best of the 90s just like Gena Rowland's performance in 'A Woman Under the Influence' was the best performance of the 70s! Why have Not seen this movie yet!? Now I am happy I saw it 20 years later! It is more powerful now! See this! It will scare you more than any a Boogeyman or Jason or Freddy!
Paul D (br) wrote: It relies more on the star power than the actual plot, which although holds up as an interesting enlightenment drama, is not strong enough for the talent to shine.
Simon G (nl) wrote: Echoing the conspiracy theories that the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing was faked in order to win the space race, Capricorn One switches the moon for Mars and injects the typical 70s paranoia in this sci-fi conspiracy thriller. Worth watching for Elliot Gould's performance alone.
Terri H (it) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Robert B (ca) wrote: This film is pure criminal genius. What if Batman was an evil thief living in some mysterious authoritarian driven society? He'd be Diabolik! Pure 60's male fantasy flick that unfortunately cops out at the end with Diabolik getting his due karma for his "evil" deeds! Or does he?
Augustine H (de) wrote: Jacques Tati is brilliant, as the French Chaplin, in combating the cold technology and the hypocritical bourgeoisie.
Luc L (au) wrote: A film about standing up for something but in an exaggerated manner.