One day, a visitor leaves Hideki a memo of his unborn daughter's name "Chisa". Two years later, Hideki's house is attacked by a sinister presence. To protect his family, Hideki asks for help to perform a ritual to break an unknown spell.
The life seems perfect for Hideki who lives with his beautiful wife in his new suburban flat. One day, he is called by a colleague that a visitor comes to see him at his office. When he reaches the reception, Hideki is baffled to learn that the visitor is already gone leaving a memo of his unborn daughter's name "Chisa". Two years later, the colleague dies mysteriously and Hideki's house is attacked by a sinister presence. To protect his family, Hideki asks for help from a journalist Nozaki and a prestigious exorcist who performs a ritual to break an unknown spell. But they come to learn what they are dealing with is beyond their imagination.
Satoshi Tsumabuki (Paco and the Magical Picture Book, The World of Kanako), Takako Matsu (Confessions) and Nana Komatsu (The World of Kanako) had worked with director Tetsuya Nakashima in his previous films. While Haru Kuroki and Junichi Okada never works with him before. See more »
Not one single negative review yet so I have the honor to be the first one to write it. It takes a lot for me to write something negative, I'm really not hard to please when it's about movies but here I have difficulties to find something good to write about Kuru (It Comes). I'll just give it three stars for the bloody parts, they were actually not that bad, and also the cinematography which wasn't bad either. But as for the essential, the story, it's just a big mess. It starts intriguing but quickly it goes nowhere. It's just the result of lousy script writing, lazy editing (the movie is way too long with a lot of unnecessary scenes), and the almost normal 'overacting' you get with Asian movies. In the middle of the movie I lost the plot completely, didn't know what the story was about, couldn't follow anymore, and that's just because of the bad script because I was still wide awake and it still had my full attention. I wouldn't say all Asians are bad actors, certainly not, but it's just a fact that there are a lot of 'actors' that just exaggerate every emotion they supposed to have, with the result it looks bad. Overacting is a problem in Asian movies, I really don't get why they still didn't do something about that by now. Anyway, Kuru was a long movie, one hour too long, with a story that I wouldn't get even if I watched it several times, which I won't do by the way (I'm not that masochistic). To me it was a waste of time, still waiting for a Japanese movie that will blow me away, back to Korean movies if i want some good Asian movies.
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