Hiroshi Tanaka (Shota Matsuda) sports an intense perm which looks like the afro hairstyle favored by some African-Americans back in the 1970's. He doesn't get his hair done at a hair shop, he was actually born with his hair like that. For freedom, Hiroshi moves to Tokyo. He works hard there and, even though he turns 24, he still doesn't have a girlfriend. Meanwhile, a school friend informs Hiroshi that he is going to get married. Hiroshi remembers a promise that they made. Hiroshi is even more impatient to find a girlfriend. A beautiful woman named Aya Kato (Nozomi Sasaki) then moves into the neighborhood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jonathan L (ag) wrote: Not many movies move me like this one did. A Really powerful film! I find it funny that critics treat this movie just like the story. They want us all to be politically correct. It seems anything that is close to faith gets shot down. I wander if people that hated this movie that gave no stars, why bother writing?Sure the acting wasn't amazing, nor was it an amazing script. I believe people like this because they can side with the story.
Adam C (br) wrote: They ran out of money halfway Trough and it shows. makes zero sense.
Eric R (de) wrote: Set in the Colombian countryside, The Colors of the Mountain, is a coming age film about a young boy who is living in a country with civil unrest. Early on in the film he is rather oblivious to this civil war that is beginning to break out, with Soccer serving as the main thing that occupies his time. As the film progresses we are given a startling portrait of how war changes everything around this young boy and forces him to grow up far too fast. The Color of the Mountain really uses its beautifully setting to great affect. The lush, vast countryside gives a sense of tranquility in the beginning that is quickly turned into chaos. It does a good job of staying with the child's perspective the entire film and except for a few occasional Hollywoodisms of forced emphasis, is quite subtle and genuine in its approach of civil war and it's affect on the youth of the countryside.
Marc L (es) wrote: One of the most french things you'll ever see, and every second of it is amazing
Adam R (gb) wrote: Powered by the irresistible song, "Can't Fight The Moonlight". Coyote Ugly has a bizarre charm. You can't fight it! (First viewing - Teen years)
Lauren K (ru) wrote: One of my favorite war films of all time. No one has ever really heard of it, but I think it really shows the horrors of war and what brave men who decide to fight go through. Plus, it tells the story of one of my favorite war poets, Wilfred Owen....his work is amazing!!
JeanPhilippe G (us) wrote: While not as good as the first Hellraiser and the ending goes a bit overboard, Hellbound is still an above average horror sequel that still offers creepy, off-putting and disturbing imagery.
Carlos I (ru) wrote: Fantastic remake. A little bloated, but it's epic in scale, which is a fitting homage to such a classic. Is played equally tragic, which is also suitable.
Jamil K (nl) wrote: A well timed sci-fi fix, nothing more, nothing less.