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PostSubject: Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis   Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis Icon_minitimeThu Nov 05, 2009 2:47 pm

(WARNING THIS IS A HORROR FILM)

The story begins with a narrative concerning Tokyo in 1908. However, the grave of Taira no Masakado is shown, emphasizing that his curse still persists. Eventually two figures appear in Tokyo at the exact same time. One is Yasumasa Hirai, an Onmyoji of the Tsuchimikado Family who has come to give advice to Eiichi Shibusawa as to how to make Tokyo blessed and successful. The other figure is Yasunori Kato, an evil Onmyoji who wishes to destroy Tokyo completely to appease his ancestors. Kato plans to do this by awakening the angry spirit of Taira no Masakado, a vengeful warlord. To do this, he kidnaps a young girl (Yukari Tatsumiya), who is blessed with some "unusual spiritual power", to use as a medium for Masakado's spirit. Hirai discovers this and attempts to stop the evil fiend and save Yukari through his own magic. Unfortunately, the two Onmyoji at first seem too equally matched and their battles keep ending is stalemates. Finally Hirai takes the fight to his temple, where he and his followers protect Yukari with the purification ceremony. However, despite the collaboration of all these individuals against the dark Onmyoji, Kato still manages to outwit Hirai through his own powerful magics. With Hirai defeated, Kato escapes with Yukari.

what appears to be Kato injecting some demonic seed into Yukari's body via black magic. Kato attempts to employ Yukari's body as a median to awaken Masakado's spirit. However, Masakado rejects the offer, and Kato is once again put at a loss. However, as he views into Yukari's body, he realizes that his magic has been successful, and he has impregnated her with what he believes to be his child. He leaves, planning to return when the child is of suitable age. Hirai's followers find Yukari and deliver her back to her brother's home. Yukari's brother, Yoichiro Tatsumiya, is left with such mixed emotions for Yukari, that he unfortunately expresses his love for her through a blatant act of incest. In the meantime, Hirai sacrifices himself to perform one final act of divination which foretells the year of Tokyo's destruction--the year of the boar. Ten years later, Yukari's daughter, Yukiko Tatsumiya, is now a young girl. Kato decides to strike and kidnaps the girl in her own home. However, his job isn't as easy as last time, as a myriad of defenders are ready for his coming. Kato must contend with many challenges which weaken him considerably before he approach Masakado's grave and invokes the tyrant's spirit through the body of Yukiko. Masakado reacts violently by neutralizing Kato--however the spiritual energy released from this encounter has also awakened the Underground Dragon, whose violent undulations result in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, wherein most of Tokyo is decimated and many innocent lives are lost.

While rebuilding Tokyo, plans are made to erect a subway system which will modernize the city. Eiichi Shibusawa employs the talents of Torahiko Terada, a physicist and scientist in the field of Earthquake Studies, to help oversee construction and plot out the project. But with the reconstruction of Tokyo comes Kato's revival. Infiltrating the construction sites for the subway tunnel, Kato employs shikigami and spiritual apparitions to hold the workers at bay while he focuses on a more important task: the second awakening of the Underground Dragon. Shibusawa calls in a Feng Shui expert (Shigemaru Kuroda), who pinpoints the source of these disturbances to foreign magic that is undermining the balance of the earth. Since the construction workers are too frightened to continue their work, Terada decides that different action must be taken. He enlists the help of Makoto Nishimura to use his robot, Gakutensoku, to clear out the disturbances which have put a stop to the project. Terada reasons that since Gakutensoku is inhuman, he can't be tricked by psychic apparitions that would terrify normal men. Meanwhile, a beautiful young shrine maiden by the name of Keiko Mekata, who has been summoned by Masakado's spirit for reasons unknown. She catches the eye of Yoichiro Tatsumiya, and marries into the Tatsumiya. As a member of the Tatsumiya household, Keiko can provide spiritual protection for the family from the inside. Kato, still unable to rouse the Underground Dragon through his own magics, decides to kidnap Yukiko and use her as a sacrifice. After a battle at the Tatsumiya household, Keiko pursues Kato underground. While contending with Keiko, Kato is distracted and doesn't notice the efforts of Gakutensoku, who arrives at the "heart" of the Underground Dragon and self-destructs. This throws the spiritual energy veins into disarray, releasing Yukiko and foiling Kato's plan. Finally, Keiko uses Masakado's power to banish him to the underworld.

After the dragon under the city had been relieved so to speak Kato found another tool for his destruction. The dark Onmyoji employs all his powers to shift the path of the moon so that the force of its gravity will destroy Tokyo. Wounded by Keiko, he has retreated to a small wooden temple on the outskirts of Tokyo. Keiko receives spiritual aid Kuroda and Masakado and sets off to destroy Kato once and for all. Instead of fighting him however, she sacrifices herself by transforming into the bodhisattva Kwannon and embracing him, which eliminates the anger of the dead souls and appeasing the curse. The movie ends with a quote by Koda Rohan, who hopes Tokyo will find peace for the time being.

I HATE THIS FILM ITS SO SICKANING AND SCARY
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PostSubject: Re: Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis   Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis Icon_minitimeTue Nov 10, 2009 11:07 am

i have not seen the movie
but it does seem to push the limits
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PostSubject: Re: Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis   Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis Icon_minitimeTue Nov 10, 2009 2:21 pm

I agree this film is a waste of time and money
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