Their Game, No Rules, No Prisoners Forty-two students, three days, one deserted Island: welcome to Battle Royale. Someone's yelling from a mountain top half a mile away, and everyone can hear them? There are violent bloody deaths, with the occasional dark humor throughout to contrast against that. Generasi tua baca : pemerintah yang ketakutan melihat aksi kaum muda membuat satu undang-undang yang bernama Millenium Educational Reform Act. Oleh Dunia21 Synopsis Forty-two students, three days, one deserted Island: welcome to Battle Royale. But what I got what something more than a sequel, I got a masterpiece. The students are sent off to kill each other in a no-holds-barred game to the death, until one survives -- or they all die. The program then ends on a voided status, listing the fates of Shuya and the surviving students as unknown.
The students are sent via boats onto the dangerous island base of the Wild Seven. I've never seen Hunger Games, so I won't compare Battle Royale to that. Kecuali menyuruh pesertanya membunuh satu sama lain hingga hanya ada satu orang tersisa dalam waktu tiga hari. More importantly, many are whose parents or family died in bombings by the Wild Seven. This new cut restores over 20 minutes of character development, features improved special effects, and expands on the story's thematic elements. While most of the survivors agree, Takuma and in particular Shiori remain unconvinced.
Tensi semakin tegang saat nama mereka dipanggil. On , survivors of the base including the surviving students, except Shiori retreat to the mainland via a mine shaft while the war between the Wild Seven and the military occurs. A group of ninth-grade students from a Japanese high school have been forced by legislation to compete in a Battle Royale. Some decide to play the game like the psychotic Kiriyama or the sexual Mitsuko, while others are trying to find a way to get off the Island without violence. It ends pretty much how you think it will, the people you think will win do, and the fights you think will happen do.
It started off strong and while overall it was a decent movie I wouldn't recommend spending 2 hours on watching it. There's no rational explanation this piece of crud deserves anything over a four out of ten. I get it'd get boring but if you're going to have them reload at all give some other people a chance. However, as the numbers dwindle is there any way for Shuya and his classmates to survive? I don't know who voted this so high, but I'm guessing they are fanboys of everything produced in Japan. It is a to the 2000 film , which in turn was based upon a controversial by. About ten tie-in books related to the movie have been released in Japan.
The central concept forcing troublesome teens to fight each other to the death, seemingly as a form of population control is pretty crazy. One of them, , is played by herself during the film. Selanjutnya mereka akan ditempatkan di sebuah pulau terpencil di mana mereka harus…. Is it a good story? The students are sent off to kill each other in a no-holds-barred game to the death, until one survives -- or they all die. Battle Royale is a movie that takes a high concept idea and doesn't hold back.
In the most of the violence scenes I have had to laugh a lot. Forty-two students, three days, one deserted Island: welcome to Battle Royale. His son , who wrote the screenplay for both films, completed the film and dedicated it to his father. When I did start to feel bad for a character and genuinely felt bad for them, the scene is ruined by the worst death acting I've seen. Sementara setiap waktu jumlah teman mereka semakin berkurang karena semakin banyak siswa yang mati.
The pacing was a little slow and some parts were just weird but funny weird, I may actually have to buy this movie to add to my collection but it's one of those movies you don't really watch multiple times. It's an okay movie otherwise. Some decide to play the game like the psychotic Kiriyama or the sexual Mitsuko, while others like the heroes of the movie--Shuya, Noriko, and Kawada--are trying to find a way to get off the Island without violence. The characters in this film I cared for just as much as I did for the first Battle Royale. So last night I settled on this. The students are sent off to kill each other in a no-holds-barred game to the death, until one survives -- or they all die.
It's predictable but most movies are. Spoils Also the only time someone reloads is the 'bad' guy and it's after you've wondered for the 5th time if he'll run out of bullets. A group of ninth-grade students from a Japanese high school have been forced by legislation to compete in a Battle Royale. Overall, I couldn't take it too seriously. If two people are standing they will have to eliminate each other or both automatically die. I was interested in watching it because I've been playing Playerunknown's Battlegrounds and it reminded me to finally find it and watch it. Hunger Games is a definite cheap rip off of this.