JAPANESE MOVIE YAMADA BLOODSUCKER

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It’s meant to be an experience and to put a goofy grin on your face. It is essentially a series of sketches, some broken up and scattered throughout. There are little dramas of teen angst and performance played out, as apt as any John Hughes movie. However, the cinema references are more easily grasped; the work of several film directors sprung to mind as I watched this. Barney, all had their head infused with each other and then Adam Sandler hit them with a silly stick in till the being could not breath. In the meantime, it really isn’t necessary to understand what’s going on to appreciate this movie. In fact, I think that’s the point. The film is divided into an A side and a B side, with a three minute intermission and later a ten second intermission dividing them like a mix tape you might play in your own sea weed car.

I can’t compare it to other films because I think you really can’t compare it to anything this is also likely why its loved by other IMDb reviewers. I am convinced that people that rave about FFFC are doing so because they have no idea of what they saw, because it was nothing but mild pertinent statements here and there mixed with stupidity and blended until you puke on your own shoes. I can’t think of any more eclectic film in cinematic history. How to describe this film? This film also has no real genre- but it contains what seems to be some slight hints of comedy. Personally I have spoken with two people who admitted to me that FFFC was terrible when they left the theater, but overwhelming rave by art-house elitist made them watch the movie again and then come back to me with a

I recognized a lot of stylistic content from Japanese TV and cartoons, but I had the feeling the movie would have had much more depth for me if I’d grown up Japanese. There is yamzda truly mad stuff going on, but there doesn’t appear to be any deeper meaning or message to any of it Alien balls floating in white space?

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Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! I can’t compare it to other films because I think you really can’t compare it to anything this is also likely why its loved by other IMDb reviewers. After all what is strange to one, may become dull as dishwater to another. Blkodsucker on that are diverse performances, many of dance that japanesee do that get as abstract as the rest I will describe.

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I was very glad i saw this yamaxa Sign in to vote. The bloodsucked follow no conventional narrative form and end in unexpected ways. Almost sick, with all the latex creatures, semen like liquid coming from various places on alien like creatures. Very bizarre set pieces with little or no connection that was apparent to this viewer. Exiting the cinema my brother and i heard a girl disputing the worth of the film to her friend stating ‘but what is the point of it all’.

Then there’s the equally dull if less annoying “Unpopular With Women Brothers” also known as Guitar Brother, where a man with long hair sings to a fat little white boy of yamasa 10 referred to as his brother and asks him what moive thinks to which he’s usually insulted.

ChungMo 8 November If you feel the same, watch this on every first blloodsucker, talk about it afterward and it could prove to be a useful tool for screening out would-be suitors. The soundtrack CD also features well-suited weirdness. If you’ve read the other reviews here and elsewhereyou get the idea.

There are those that claim this is what makes FFFC a great movie, that it is so unconventional at every turn that its pure genius. Me, I enjoyed this film enormously, and I’d love to own the soundtrack. I can honestly say it was the best cinematic experience I have ever had.

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FFFC features the exact opposite in every way, boring scenery 20 minutes staring at a bland beach at night? I already know this comment will get the thumbs down and will be written off as being “above my head” or that there are specific Japanese cultural references that I couldn’t possibly understand, but considering that even Japanese viewers gave it 1 and 2 stars on amazon. We spend quite a bit of time inside character’s daydreams, and we make first contact with some very odd little aliens.

But I can easily see how someone can refine and master these techniques to do so.

Directed by Katsuhito Ishii, Hajime Ishimine, and Shinichiro Miki the film is obviously a labor of love if not other more mind altering states by a group whose been friends bloodsycker since college, and they are clearly unconcerned with whether a wider audience will be interested in their in-jokes as if Mole Brothers has been around for yearsperhaps blissfully so. And the analysis will probably be fascinating.

Well, to paraphase talking heads, sometimes its nice to stop making sense. That’s exactly what happened, I had an experience. Asian Movies gotta watch. I, for one, was delighted to hear Asano sing the Captain Harlock theme song.

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I can’t think of any more eclectic film in cinematic history. Laughed and grinned through the whole thing. As it alternates between humour, horror, romance, pathos, existentialism and stand up routine it brings to mind the work of auteurs David Cronenberg and Matthew Barney and the British comic greats the goodies, the mighty boosh and perhaps even little Britain all melded in a postmodern pastiche.

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It’s meant to be an experience and to put a goofy grin on your moie. Give me a break. Two of the directors were on hand and all I could do was praise them.

I am convinced that people that rave about FFFC are doing so because they have no idea of what they saw, because it was nothing but mild pertinent statements here and there mixed with stupidity and blended until you puke on your own shoes. The stories are kind of connected but you are enjoying the show more then movue to figure out where it all hangs in the balance of japznese film.

For non-English speakers, “can’t see the forest for the trees” is an aphorism meaning you don’t always realize you are in a forest because there are so many individual trees to look at.

This is undoubtedly an avante-garde film, I don’t know if calling it “arthouse’ is appropriate because it’s so silly and funny not like the kind of austere beard-strokers that one usually calls “arthouse”. This was a delightful family story which I surprising loved, even though I am the kind of mivie that will never turn down the cheesy Hollywood summer block buster.

For the sheer weirdness factor alone, this is essential viewing.

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Some of the episodes are deadpan and some just awkward, a few last only a matter of seconds while others seem like repeat characters you would find on SNL; there are the mole brothers a band of idiotic vaudeville style hosts who hurl insults at each other and are all but incomprehensible. Most people would not like this acid-trip of a film. It is just an experiment, so we shouldn’t expect it to change lives. But personally, I thought it was brilliant! It’s a surrealist fantasy of a bizarre reality with grotesque body parts, freaky sex and