Childhood friends Tetsuo and Kaneda are pulled into the post-apocalyptic underworld of Neo-Tokyo and forced to fight for their very survival. Kaneda is a bike gang leader, and Tetsuo is a member of a tough motorcycle crew who becomes involved in a covert government project called Akira. But a bloody battle ensues when Kaneda sets out to save his friend.

A secret military project endangers Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psychic psychopath that only two kids and a group of psychics can stop. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Akira torrent reviews

Pavan R (kr) wrote: A good story with some really good acting....Khandelwal is a good actor and is supported well here. And entertaining and chilled out movie.

Lucas G (ca) wrote: Amazing, it managed to be even better than the first one. Focused on deeper political issues without losing its frenzied sequence.

Amy E (kr) wrote: Loved it! Very quirky! Michael sheen was amazing in this.

PY C (jp) wrote: The slugs creep me out. I like the beginning but it got boring in between, the movie felt longer than it actually is.

William L (nl) wrote: Michelle Pfeiffer needs to do more movies. She delivered an elegant and complexed performance. Kathy Bates is excellent as always.

Sanity Assassin (us) wrote: partially interesting near the start when you find out that these chaps have been playing the instruments in most of the motown songs you'll of heard or know, but quickly goes downhill as the stories they have to tell are almost non events and there's plainly too much yapping with not enough music/singing. the other fault is that when the performing does come along it's not very accessible. the only artist i enjoyed watching was ben harper and he only sung other peoples songs. a big NO NO!

Rafal K (br) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable and positive, one of the best movie experiences this year!

Jesse F (nl) wrote: My favorite film of the year! The cast is side-splitting hilarious.

Faisal A (us) wrote: It's a terrible waste of talent. A mix between drama and comedy that never finds the proper way to tell its story and wastes the great cast it has. There's too much going on and too little character development for this to become a Christmas classic.