Air Doll

Air Doll

An "air doll" suddenly come to life one day. Without her owner knowing, she goes for a walk around town and falls in love with Junichi. She starts to date Junichi and gets a job at the same store where he works. Everything seems to be going perfect for her until something unexpected happens.

A life-size blow-up doll develops a soul and falls in love with a video store clerk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Air Doll torrent reviews

Farah R (ag) wrote: A wonderful cast in a dull yet intriguing story. The events were dragging and somewhat slow.

Aidan C (ru) wrote: An utterly terrible film. Seriously, I hate this movie. It's terrible, but the only scene that's worth while its when the shark launches it self out of the water and takes down a jumbo jet!

Will L (es) wrote: Doesn't come close to the brilliance of 'Shaun of the Dead' or 'Hot Fuzz', but overall entertaining. Pegg and Frost are once again a hoot.

Stphane S (kr) wrote: Mise en scene raffinnee mais dialogues tres specieux.

Private U (mx) wrote: A good documentary about a very important issue to the Japanese. Sheridan and Kim paint a fair portrayal of what was left behind following the abduction of Megumi Yokota, a 13-year old girl taken from Niigata to North Korea.

Wene B (ag) wrote: Amazing movie & meaning

Brian F (ca) wrote: Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds ham it up as 1930's detectives. I couldn't get into the story, but the period ambiance was awesome!

Aman A (br) wrote: Having Japan take over LA by 2019 is not too far from a philosophical reality. The movie is has a lot of thought and power in it but to see it today is very different from seeing it at the time where the sci-fi expressed was rare. Blade runner has set the scene for the birth of a sub-genre in scifi that has been explored to death as on date. It has outstanding filming for its time. The tight shots and dystopian, blue mood is cinematic genius. The acting was fairly average though. A movie for the cinephiles!

Sean R (au) wrote: The first hour was difficult to sit through, but the mood and feel of it have stuck with me since I saw it.

Carreh R (jp) wrote: Very good action film because it wasn't just about action. It was about greed, it had drama and the lead is gorgeous. Lots of car chases and revenge too.

Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Stuart K (nl) wrote: From Hammer, this is something of a departure for the horror studio, a psychological thriller, a think piece, directed by Seth Holt (The Nanny (1965) and Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971)) and written and produced by Hammer veteran Jimmy Sangster. This is a taut thriller which dives into madness in an exotic location, but then it has a brilliant twist at the end which Tales of the Unexpected would have killed for. In the south of France, Paralysed Penny Appleby (Susan Strasberg) has arrived home after she hears of her father's disappearance, she meets chauffeur Bob (Ronald Lewis), who tells her how it happened, and her stepmother Jane (Ann Todd), who has a cold relationship with Penny. Back at the family house near Nice, Penny is haunted by the appearance of her father's corpse in various locations around the family home, but it always seems to vanish whenever anyone else comes. The family's doctor Pierre Gerrard (Christopher Lee), believes it's stress causing the visions, but Penny is determined to show it's true, and she is seeing her father's body. It's a good thriller, shot in a stark black and white by the great Douglas Slocombe. But it benefits from a good script by Sangster, who would revisit similar themes when he directed Fear in the Night (1972), but this showed a different direction for Hammer.