The Exorcist in the 21st Century is supposed to open our eyes to the world of exorcisms and demonic possessions. It took seven months, but I can say in complete honesty that Ia€™ve found a front runner for worst film of the year. I wonder if this is because individuals like yourself have spent the majority of your life watching hollywood-esq over the top horrors so nothing in life effects you any-more unless its packed full of gore, bright lights and multimillion dollar special effects? Rashomon, Akira, Tokyo Story, Ikiru, Ugetsu, Late Spring, Seven Samurai, Harakiri, Twenty-Four Eyes and Yojimbo.
Beyond Outrage plays exactly like an additional two hours of Takeshi Kitano’s 2010 film Outrage.
One of the most visually stunning films on this list is Still the Water, a tale of two youths growing up and falling in love on a tiny island off the mainland of Japan. Naomi Kawase paints this film in metaphorical imagery, about two youths who struggle and fall in love while going through sophisticated life events.
Akiyo, Satoko, Toko and Chihiro strive to find happiness within their lives while attempting to deal with their insecurities in this midst of a hectic city. As the film gets deeper, we see both pairs of women became close friends, both Akiyo and Satoko and Toko and Chihiro, and their desires of getting married or finding love become less important. Japan’s cult director comes out with something strange and quirky about a man obsessed with bondage who gets more than what he bargained for.
The basic premise of this movie is it follows a man who signs a contract with an S&M company called Bondage.
This film is dark and gets deeper when it starts involving his young son in his insane contract. Three days before their high school festival, Kei, Kyoko and Nozumi are forced to recruit a new lead vocalist for their band.
This film revolves around Mitsuya Majime, who is socially clumsy and lives a solitary life. The unorthodox Mitsuya eventually figures out that he has found a new bond with his co-workers and also gets to know more about his crush, Kaguya. Yuya Ishii takes us on a journey to pay homage to an old fashioned type of book, the dictionary. Then we also have the cinema of Sion Sono: Love exposure, Strange circus and suicide club amongst others.
The entry for Sawako Decides appears to have a description for another film by Yuya Ishii: The Great Passage. Recent films such as The To Do List and Pixar’s all-conquering Inside Out took us down two very different pathways of adolescence, away from the onrush of the dystopian YA sequels Insurgent and Scorch Trials. The first two films play on a tremendous self-knowledge of their genre, and the conventions expected of it by a certain audience, is a great strength. So, in no particular order, here are just ten of the best coming of age movies to have been released in the 21st Century.
Scrubs star Zach Braff both wrote and directed Garden State, and what an impressive debut it would prove to be for the actor. Telling the story of Andrew (Braff) returning to his home town for his mother’s funeral, he starts to ponder whether or not he needs the cocktail of an antidepressants prescribed to him by his father for most of his life and starts to revaluate his relationships, meeting a new girl in the process and starting his life afresh. Unless of course, watching an old man put his hand on some random guya€™s head before he collapses to the ground in mild convulsions happens to entertain you. The picture is nice and clean, and during a few of the strangely out of place scenes in which our exorcists wander about in random countries (looking for demonic forces perhaps?), there are nice aesthetics to take in. Sorry that it disappoints you and does not live up to your fantasy world of zombies, witches and wizzards.
We do not sell or trade email addresses in any way, and they are not used for advertising purposes. The list can go on and on forever, but today we will be focusing on the modern Japanese films that derive from the year 2000 and onwards. When the Yakuza family grows larger from the control of the corporate ventures, a tension splits the new and traditional Yakuza values.
When codes of honor are challenged by a new set of rules, both Yakuza groups and the forces of authority get involved. Meanwhile, the girl, Kyoko, lives with her dad and mom, the latter of which is fighting a serious illness.

Kawase somehow manages to ask his audience, “Is there a way one can live and die in a good manner?” His answer through this metaphorical film is yes. Akiyo attempts to commit suicide because the man she loves isn’t interested in her, and Satoko is bothered by her creepy boss.
This film shows how isolation can be a big issue among city people, and important relationships can be tough and confusing.
Takafumi Katayama spends his life at a meaningless office job while at night he takes cares of his young son. The contract specifically states that their dominatrixes will make appearances at any moment at any given time to beat him at the places he is spotted.
Director Hitoshi Matsumoto unleashes imaginative plot twists, absurd and wildly over-the-top events, and intense sexual comedy into one of the strangest movies ever to be made. In desperation, they choose a Korean exchange student name Son, though her understanding and knowledge of Japanese music is a bit rocky.
All the girls give themselves the goal to play the Japanese pop song “Linda, Linda, Linda.” The style of this film is very calm and casual, which also makes it realistic.
He becomes a chief editor due to his concentration on his work and struggles to be a salesman even though he has a graduate degree in linguistics.
Eventually he succeeds by helping compile the most successful and acclaimed dictionary and wins the woman he loves. He also points out that a slow-paced romantic commitment would be a great step for a couple and invokes us to remember that sometimes we need to be aware of our selves and of our surroundings.
Part of the tension between the characters is that Daigo is really looked down on for taking a job working with the dead.
Each generation has to overcome the previous, and now that it is fifteen years since American Pie got it’s first filling there have been a number of choice teen comedy films to examine the eternal turbulence when coming of age. Garden State arguably had a massive impact on the coming of age genre by proving that they don’t always have to be about teens. SimpsonCritics Say We'll Get 'The Best Superhero Action Scene Ever' In 'Captain America: Civil War'Elise JostDumbledore Is Back?!
With the benefit of rose-tinted nostalgia goggles it might be said that romance never used to be as difficult as it is today, but that’s probably not true. Ita€™s such a miserably drab movie that within fifteen minutes, youa€™ll wish to the high heavens you could substitute it with a Uwe Boll film. I think if you are looking for something similar to Paranormal Activity, REC, Evil Dead or even The Exorcicst, then you will be in for a nasty shock. But instead of making it really obvious and spoon feed you like all American films which takes for granted that the audience are complete idiots, this Norwegian director continuously gives you small hints just like that, so that you can think for yourself and make up your own mind. This list is not disregarding other movies, but giving breathing room for movies that we had never bumped into before. Please note that all animated features are excluded from this list as we will make a separate list for Japanese anime fans. Katoako is a self-satisfied manipulator and a corrupt police officer who uses this opportunity to bring down the whole organization by releasing Kitano from prison so he can kill off everyone that betrays him. As he starts to see how he can help families create a bridge from death back to life, he grows in his sense of self and confidence. By compiling and averaging the user ratings from Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes they were able to figure out what horror movies the audiences think are the best.The list will certainly annoy many but I like that they added every type of horror film to the mix. Since Daphne had herself turned into a tree to avoid Apollo’s unwanted advances, the game of love has been quick to fall into – and impossible to master.Such is the case in Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s feature directorial debut Don Jon, in which Gordon-Levitt plays a porn addict who meets the one girl who he just might adore even more than the contents of his hard drive. In fact, about the only interesting part of the picture comes when a brief discussion of William Friedkina€™s, The Exorcist arises. Ia€™m still on the fence, uncertain of what is and what isna€™t real, but Ia€™m not one to berate religion, and I try to keep an open mind. Ita€™s doubtful that a devote Catholic, Christiana€¦ whatever a€“ would find this film insightful. We then have Toko, who is angry when she finds out her ex is going to be married to another woman, and Chihiro is suffering solitude even when she is around people. The arrival of the landlord’s granddaughter, Kaguya Hayashi, made Mitsuya’s world stop and focus on her and her obsession with cooking.
His final coming to terms with the death of two who are close to him allows him to come to terms with his own life.

Barbara (Scarlett Johansson) is a romantic who loves going to the theater and watching sugary-sweet love stories, so she isn’t very pleased when she finds out that Jon would rather spend his nights with the cool glow of his laptop screen than in the warm embrace of a real woman.Don Jon isn’t the only romantic movie with a few complications to come out in recent years. This is such a stinker, it likely makes Bolla€™s worst effort (tough picking that out) appear to be a cinematic masterpiece fit for a plethora of awards. No one with a functioning brain could possibly enjoy this cure for insomnia, or honestly declare it fascinating.
When making a documentary (or any picture for that matter), you must ultimately entertain, I cana€™t reiterate that enough. In general nice list eventhough i would have picked another Miike instead of 13 Samurai because i really don’t like it that much.
Since love has been around for so long and written about so many times, it’s necessary for filmmakers to come up with new and subversive ways of framing the simple emotion of wanting to throw yourself at someone and stay with them forever. In fact, this documentary is so unbelievably dry, and so mind numbingly boring (sorry, this isna€™t thought provoking material in the slightest) that I might go so far as to say it is the worst picture Ia€™ve ever seen.
I guess The French Connection, Bug and Killer Joe dona€™t exist in this assholea€™s entertainment bubble. You must grab the attention of the viewer, and you must hold it for the duration of the picture. Join us on a journey through weird romance as we take a look at some of the Best Unconventional Love Stories of the 21st Century.Most of the movies on this list at least have a romance that you can root for, but Womb earns a place mainly for scoring massive points on the “unconventional” front. It is a€“ without doubt a€“ the worst documentary Ia€™ve seen in my life, by a country milea€¦ or two. But still, I appreciate the article and look forward to checking out the films I haven’t seen yet.
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005) - Average Score - (81)I love the Revenge trilogy and was excited to see that audiences like it as well. This one definitely isn’t for the faint of heart, and the synopsis alone is a little difficult to stomach.Rebecca (Eva Green) and Thomas (Matt Smith) are two childhood sweethearts who only get to spend a scant few weeks together before Rebecca moves away to Japan with her family. The only thing The Exorcist in the 21st Century opens up is a door in the mind that beckons, come join usa€¦ in a lengthy coma. It helps that the script, which was originally titled F**k Buddies, was on the Hollywood blacklist of the best screenplays around before finally being put into development.This is the kind of movie that really does feel like a product of its time, just as When Harry Met Sally, which in many ways is a precursor to No Strings Attached, was very distinctively a late eighties movie. Honestly, youa€™re going to need an industrial size package of 5 Hour Energy drinks to endure this steaming pile of feces. Whereas When Harry Met Sally asked if men and women could just be friends without sexual attraction getting in the way, No Strings Attached examines whether or not friends can just have sex without stronger feelings getting in the way.As with When Harry Met Sally, the answer to that question is apparently “no,” though there are probably friends with benefits out there who could disagree. It wouldn’t be a romance movie without any romance, though, so perhaps its inevitable that No Strings Attached manages to find love in the middle of a hook-up. Besides, how can you resist a guy who makes a mix CD for your period?From the title onwards, this offbeat indie comedy has a bittersweet edge to it.
Zombieland (2009) - Average Score - (82)It may feature a lot of comedy but it also features tons of blood and zombie mayhem. Wristcutters: A Love Story takes place in an afterlife for people who have committed suicide, where everything is exactly the same, only slightly worse. The colors are muted, everything is either worn down or completely broken, and the residents are physically incapable of smiling.This is where Zia (Patrick Fugit) finds himself when he cuts his wrists in a slum of depression after getting dumped by his girlfriend, Desiree (Leslie Bibb). He’s just settling into the afterlife with his new best friend Eugene (Shea Whigham) when he finds out that his ex-girlfriend killed herself shortly after he did, and embarks on a road trip to find her.Along the way he meets a cult leader played by Will Arnett, a commune patriarch played by Tom Waits and – most significantly – he meets Mikal (Shannyn Sossamon), who killed herself by accident and is trying to get a reprieve from the people in charge. What We Do in the Shadows (2014) - Average Score - (82.3)I think it is awesome that What We Do in the Shadows is becoming a cult classic. The Gift (2015) - Average Score - (85.3)What I liked about this movie was how surprisingly good it was.
Let the Right One In (2008) - Average Score - (86)Vampires movies don't get any better than this.

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