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Rain Fall (2009)

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A hit man looks to protect the daughter of one of his victims against CIA assassins.

Director: Max Mannix

Release Date: 2009-04-24
Status: Released
Run time: 111 min / 1:51
Budget: $7,000,000
Production Company : Rain Fall
Production Country: Japan
Release Date: 2009-04-24
Status: Released
Run time: 111 min / 1:51
Budget: $7,000,000

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Kippei Shiina
as John Rain
Gary Oldman
as Holtzer
Misa Shimizu
as Yuko
Dirk Hunter
as Thomas Perryman
Akira Emoto
as Tatsu Ishikura
Shigemitsu Ogi
as Osada
Toshiyuki Kitami
as Tanaka
Takeshi Wakamatsu
as Benny Watanabe
Takeo Nakahara
as Yasuhiro Kawamura
Akira Hamada
as Yamamoto
Ryôsei Tayama
as Matsumoto (as Ryosei Tayama)
ûko Miyamoto
as Naoko Kawamura
Takumi Bando
as Ken
Michael Hudson
as Jones
Kyoko Hasegawa
as Midori Kawamura


Directing Max Mannix Director
Writing Barry Eisler Writer

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  • A review by M. Downing Roberts of Rain Fall (Rein Foru Ame no Kibe, 2009, Max Mannix)

  • Megaton Rainfall‘s goal is to let you feel like a superhero. Originally created with VR in mind, the earliest build I played years back on an Oculus Rift featured what still makes up the core of the game: swooping around via the gift of flight, trying to blow up alien ships while not accidentally ...

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  • Rain Fall, Barry Eisler's debut novel, is a suspenseful thriller filled with double-crosses, duplicity and relentless action. Eisler's experience of living and working in Japan lends realism to his depiction of the compelling intricacies of Japanese society.

  • At its heart, Megaton Rainfall is a solid superhero score-chaser that understands the freedom of flight, and empowers the player with a myriad of interesting abilities. Random difficulty spikes and a painfully generic design do hold this game back from being the best that the genre has to offer, though.

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