The World Of Kanako (2014) : Movie Plot Ending Explained

The world of kanako explained

This is a Japanese film brought to you by Tetsuya Nakashima, the maker of the movie Confessions. The film is a non-linear story told about an estranged father searching for his missing daughter – Kanako. The more he searches, the more he discovers about her. It’s quite a twisted tale and is a good watch. … Read more

Murder By Numbers (2002) : Movie Plot Ending Explained

murder by numbers explained

Murder By Numbers is the story of a couple of juvenile murderers. I say that like it’s a very common thing, while the movie is not disturbing, the concept is. They want to prove that they are above the law when it comes to getting away with murder. They are also messed up kids who … Read more

Kokuhaku / Confessions (2010) : Movie Plot Ending Explained

confessions explained

Confessions (Kokuhaku),a Japanese film, is the story of Yuko Moriguchi, a teacher, a mother, who has lost her young daughter. Her daughter dies in an apparent swimming pool accident and drowns. Yuko knows that it was not an accident but a murder. She decides to take revenge. The film is set in the context of … Read more

Side Effects (2013) : Movie Plot Ending Explained

side effects explained

Side Effects stars Rooney Mara (The Girl from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Channing Tatum (of the Step Up fame), Jude Law and Catherine Zeta Jones. This one was a 2013 installment from the director who gave us The Ocean’s Trilogy. Here’s the plot and ending of the movie Side Effects explained; spoilers ahead. … Read more

Gone Girl (2014) : Movie Plot Holes Explained

GONE GIRL explained

The Oscar nominee for Best Actress is what Rosamund Pike (of the James Bond fame) earned for this role of hers. When I saw the movie, I was really impressed with the acting. But, when it came to the story line, there were gaping holes. The gaping holes were there in the novel and simply … Read more

Death Note Live Action Movies : Endings Explained

Death Note Movies Explained

I got to know about the Death Note movies sometime in 2009, a good three years after the first film came out. The only other Japanese film I had seen at that time was perhaps Ringu (the original version of The Ring) and Ju-on (the original version of The Grudge). This is an explanation of … Read more

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