A Story of Yonosuke

A Story of Yonosuke

The year is 1987 and Japan is just reaching the peak of its economic success. Eighteen-year old Yonosuke Yokomichi arrives in Tokyo from Nagasaki. Ordinary in every way possible, he lives in a suburb far from the excitement of the big city and commutes to a university in the center of Tokyo.

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Facebook U (ru) wrote: A surprisingly enjoyable affair, Justice league Dark brings DC's animated ventures back to their "A" game after the terrible " A Killing Joke " and the "batman 66".Pacing is pretty good until just before the third act, therein after the plot tends to drift off into the abyss and it becomes a typical action film.

Tricia G (jp) wrote: Better than the first and deaths similar to the Saw movies. only Tobin bell ha nothing to do with it this time.

Ben M (mx) wrote: Poignant and beautiful erring on the side of panic.

Alex K (gb) wrote: I Don't Like Drew Barrymore.

Lindsey W (ag) wrote: Thought it was okay, could have been better.

Timothy J (gb) wrote: One of John Wayne's best.

James H (gb) wrote: 83/100. I'm not sure if William Castle is paying homage to Alfred Hitchcock, ripping him off, or just trying to capitalize on Psycho's success. It's likely a combination of the three. But, it stands on it's own exceptionally well, impressive production for a low budget film, it is suspenseful with a wonderful pace. The acting is quite uneven though, but that is often the case on low budget movies. It's is certainly an intriguing film, and the classic ending is not easily forgotten. Probably Castle's best film. Another plus is that it is not predictable, right from the very first scene it takes a twist I hardly anticipated. Maybe it's not up there with Hitchcock, but it comes closer than you would expect.

Georgina S (de) wrote: Good acting and I really liked the twist but it wasn't quite enough for me. I didn't feel connected enough to the characters and would have liked a little more from the story

Wesley W (es) wrote: I am surprised because the film appealed to me 6 or 7 years ago and now I relised that this movie is just stupid most of the time. I did like a few things though like Lin Shaye's performance, that scene at St. Benards, and that cool Kiss concert at the end. The movie would really only be a good time if you were drunk or stoned as hell, otherwise your gonna find that this film has terrible acting, horrible script, cliche moments, and stupid moments that are just thrown in for the sake of time until the Kiss concert. I like most rock and metal music and I like Kiss, just not this movie.

Matthew D (gb) wrote: Starts with a powerful set-up for a more personal Bond tale, but is ultimately subsumed into a standard Bond tale that often forces the humour, romance and action beats where they don't fit, it seems to have only taken one movie to forget the lessons of The Living Daylights. What we get is entertaining, if generic Bond story with perhaps too many moving parts and which often focuses on the wrong thing (the religious con artist gets more scences than the revoked licence, which is only mentioned once!) and sometimes feels more Miami Vice than MI6. What elevates proceedings is that Dalton makes a great Bond. The story does allow him to show many sides of the character and the set-up is paid off in his scenes with the villain; his confrontations with what would otherwise be a fairly unmemorable foe by the flamboyant standards of the series becomes are made electric by the personal stakes and the acting. A missed opportunity to explore a 007 who is truly off the radar and off the rails is ultimately recused by being solid Bond, just as long as you weren't expecting more.

Danny H (ca) wrote: While Brandon Routh does a decent job the rest of this movie is uninteresting and the ending was lame