Rising Sun (1993) 1080p YIFY Movie

Rising Sun (1993) 1080p

Rising Sun is a movie starring Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes, and Harvey Keitel. When an escort girl is found dead in the offices of a Japanese company in Los Angeles, detectives Web Smith and John Connor act as liaison between the...

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  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.47G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: Japanese
  • Run Time: 125
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 3

The Synopsis for Rising Sun (1993) 1080p

At the offices of a Japanese corporation, during a party, a woman, who's evidently a professional mistress, is found dead, apparently after some rough sex. A police detective, Web Smith is called in to investigate but before getting there, he gets a call from someone who instructs him to pick up John Connor, a former police Captain and expert on Japanese affairs. When they arrive there Web thinks that everything is obvious but Connor tells him that there's a lot more going on.

The Director and Players for Rising Sun (1993) 1080p

[Director]Philip Kaufman
[Role:]Harvey Keitel
[Role:]Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
[Role:]Sean Connery
[Role:]Wesley Snipes

The Reviews for Rising Sun (1993) 1080p

Underrated, forgotten mystery thriller from Michael Crichton's novel one of the best of Snipes and ConneryReviewed byivo-cobra8Vote: 7/10

Rising Sun is a forgotten decent underrated mystery thriller based on Michael Crichton's novel and that a good one. It is definitely the best of Sean Connery and the best one of Wesley Snipes. I know a lot of people are asking me the questions how come I like this movie but I totally dislike Passenger 57 but I like this one. For starters Passenger 57 is so cheese peace a s***t of a film who only grab cash and copy on a bad way Die Hard 1 and 2. This movie I like a lot and it is Wesley Snipes best performance a long side Sean Connery. Those two actors did an excellent job. The only problem with the film I have it is way too long and has less action, they could have done a little better the choreography but the rest was good.

Based on Michael Crichton's provocative bestseller "this smart engrossing and electrically charged" thriller is as entertaining as it is thought provoking. A special liaison officer (Snipes) is called in to investigate the murder of a call girl in the boardroom of a Japanese corporation. Accompanied by a detective (Connery) with unusual knowledge of the Japanese Culture the two men must unreval the mystery behind the murder by entering an underground "shadow world" of futuristic technology ancient ways and confusing loyalties.

Also the cast includes Harvey Keitel, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Kevin Anderson, Mako, Tia Carrere, Ray Wise and Stan Shaw. Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa plays mostly the bad guys in the movies in this movie he plays the good guy who is a framed for a murder of his estranged girlfriend he didn't commit. Mako plays Yoshida-san, the President of the Nakamoto Corporation. I really miss the actor he does such a good job playing the good guys like he was in The Perfect Weapon with Jeff Speakman.

Sean Connery does an excellent job who plays A Scottish-born cultural liaison to the Japanese and a former Police Captain who is know with Japanese Culture and he worked there for years he knows Yoshida-san. This movie has so much Japanese Culture to tell with Sean Connery in it. Sean is so similar in the Japan that he played the character James Bond 007 in Japanese Culture in the movie You Only Live Twice (1967). Wesley Snipes does a better job playing Lt. Webster "Web" Smith LAPD police detective who also knows martial arts. In real life Wesley is real black belt in karate a martial artists.

The movie is no were near classic cinema. But it does hold up pretty well some 24 years later. Connery is always perfect in every role he plays, and Wesley Snipes (at the beginning of his popularity) proves his acting chops going up against Connery and respectfully Harvey Kietel. The movie is played of as a old fashioned type film noir but doesn't quite make it. For it's time it was an interesting mind thriller. Today it's a basic who-done-it.

To me this movie is one of my favorite Wesley Snipes films and that a good one, a lot Connery and Snipes complement each other as a "buddy" cop duo with Connery being mostly responsible for making this story interesting. The still-suave ex-James Bond plays the cool veteran and it's fun to watch him operate. The movie3 is so mystery it self who killed that call girl in the boardroom I always forget who was the killer and mostly why so good this movie to me is.

This movie to me get's a B 7/10 but today no one talks about this film. Like it doesn't exist on YouTube no one mentions it so for me it is a forgotten but well great flick from Michael Crichton who also wrote a lot of good novels who are based on the good films: Jurassic Park, Disclosure, Congo, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, The 13th Warrior and Timeline.

R.I.P. Michael Crichton who died in November 4, 2008 and Mako who died in July 21 2006 you two are really missed. I miss this kind off movies, they don't make'em like are this one today. I miss these movies I hate 2017 movies are not that good like are this one today.

Rising Sun is a 1993 American crime film written and directed by Philip Kaufman, starring Sean Connery (who was also an executive producer), Wesley Snipes, Harvey Keitel, and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa. Michael Crichton and Michael Backes wrote the screenplay, based on Crichton's novel of the same name.

7/10 Grade: B Studio: 20th Century Fox Starring: Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes, Harvey Keitel, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Kevin Anderson, Mako, Tia Carrere, Ray Wise, Stan Shaw Director: Philip Kaufman Producer: Peter Kaufman Writter: Michael Crichton, Philip Kaufman, Michael Backes Based on Rising Sun by Michael Crichton Rated: R Running Time: 2 Hrs. 09 Mins. Budget: $35.000.000 Box Office: $107,198,790

A surprisingly efficient thrillerReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 7/10

What could have been a tired entry in the buddy-buddy cop thriller genre turns into something else at the hands of expert director and craftsman Philip Kaufman (INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS). Sure, it's no masterpiece, but this adaptation of a Michael Crichton novel makes for compelling viewing, a fun entry in the East-meets-West sub-genre of the films detailing the conflict that arises when two different cultures are forced to come together.

The plot is essentially that of a murder mystery, but with Crichton as source material there's the expected preoccupation with technology (a piece of CCTV footage plays a pivotal role here, throwing up questions as to privacy and manipulation, with the film feeling way ahead of its time some twenty years later). The presence of Wesley Snipes as the lead begs the question "miscasting?" but I found him on top form here and a damn sight better than he was in the same year's DEMOLITION MAN. Connery bags the best role and steals all of his scenes, while Harvey Keitel gives a volatile performance and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa is a pleasure when he's given the chance to act (and not typecast as the villain, either). Altogether the culture clash plot kept me watching to the end and I wasn't disappointed.

Reviewed byRichard SchickelVote: /10

It would be nice to see Connery doing something intrinsically interesting instead of trying to make something inherently dull entertaining. And it would be good to see Snipes cut loose more than he is able to here.

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