Being a failure as a teacher and a familyman, Shinichi tries to escape everyday live by dressing up as "Zebraman", the superhero. Although the TV series whas canceled after only 6 episodes, this cannot stop him from acting out his escape fantasy in a self made zebra-suit. He get's more then he could ever wish for, when his black-and-white dressed alter-ego seems to be the only thing to stand between absolute (green) evil and a happy ending.
- Stars:Shô Aikawa, Kyôka Suzuki, Atsurô Watabe, Yui Ichikawa, Kôen Kondô, Naoki Yasukôchi, Makiko Watanabe, Keisuke Mishima, Yu Tokui, Yôji Tanaka, Arata Furuta, Kumiko Asô, Akira Emoto, Yoshihiko Hakamada, Ryô Iwamatsu,
- Director:Takashi Miike,
- Writer:Kankurô Kudô (screenplay)
A down-and-out school teacher receives the calling to become the real life personification of an old television superhero, Zebraman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zebraman torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Important lesson in forgiveness!
(de) wrote: Man, what a WEIRD movie! Definitely not for everyone. Pretty shotty filming, but overall a decent "story" as it's probably happened on numerous occasions in real life, unfortunately.
(gb) wrote: yeah im still SHOCK of whats goin on with the story??? so fuckin confusing!! at least the sceneries are creepy (C+)
(ru) wrote: I like John Carpenter. Sure, this isn't his best work, but it is a watchable psychological horror film, with a few twists and scares here and there. It isn't going to blow you away...and it will probably not even make many lists for "Best of" (even if that list is the best of Carpenter), but I wasn't as disappointed with this as I had with some of his fellow aging filmmakers. It didn't do anything that a thriller/horror film set in a mental ward hadn't already done too many times before, but I kind of liked it. It may be worse than I'm giving it credit for, but so many directors from Carpenter's day have made such god-awful films lately that I was just pleased I wasn't as frustrated as I've been with them, and that it didn't over-rely on CGI or something irritating like that.
(fr) wrote: Been a while since I saw Adrian Paul in action. Here he stars in a modest budget scifi film, which works like a TV pilot, and ends on a possible-tv-series-next tone. The title and the cast all points to a b-movie, but it's slightly better than what you'd expect.
(ru) wrote: I was surprised that I actually liked it but it was freakin' hilarious!
(nl) wrote: This is a hidden gem xxxxxxx
(gb) wrote: Never before have I seen a film that is so hilarious but natural which then switches so unexpectedly to a dark and sinister tone. Meadows has such a knack for walking the tightrope between realism and farce, following in the footsteps of the great Mike Leigh. Morrell, the outlandish and seemingly improbable buffoon played brilliantly by Paddy Considine. He seems almost too ridiculous, too comical to be real and yet I don't quite understand the alchemy at work between Considine and Meadows but together they make this character frighteningly real.
(kr) wrote: A surreal waste of time. However, I liked the description of the Liverpool hotel and the appalling customer service that is still ubiquitous in Britain.
(gb) wrote: Is there any sexual content in this movie or not? That will influence whether or not I watch it or not.
(nl) wrote: so cheesy and great at the same time..great 80s movie
(nl) wrote: A cult film ! Where is the sequel now ?
(au) wrote: Jules Dassin crafted one of cinema's finest heist films in "Rififi". With "Topkapi" he certainly created a terrific caper flick that has proved to be incredibly influential to many filmmakers since. Melina Mercouri stars as a woman eager to steal a knife with emeralds worth a fortune - and is one rather horny cougar! Schell is the suave guy who has the know-how to pull it off. Robert Morley is the inventor for the group. And most impressive is Peter Ustinov, in an Academy Award winning turn, as the schmo - the unlikeable guy being used by the group to get their plan accomplished. The police - who are not so dumb - are on their tales. Exciting, well filmed and well acted, "Topkapi" is no doubt a must watch from the 1960s.
(us) wrote: even when the main character is really annoying,this movie is just decent enough to entertain you...one of those based on a true story films that could've worked as a fictional story also,doesn't really matter,because there's no facts or information about the actual case.
(kr) wrote: How this series made it so far,.I don't know. Should have stuck with 1, possibly 2 and just ended it