Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust

Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust

It's 2007 and the Japanese Ministry of Finance have calculated that the economy will collapse in two years' time. They intend to prevent this by sending home appliance designer Mariko back in time 17 years using a time machine she accidentally invented. However, things don't go as planned and Mariko's daughter, Mayumi, is also sent back to find her mother and save Japan's economy.

When a brilliant female researcher accidentally turns an ordinary washing machine into a time machine... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bubble Fiction: Boom or Bust torrent reviews

S L (es) wrote: I would have never images myself enjoying a movie about football, but I did.

Cam D (ca) wrote: Takes place in New Orleans. Good fight and shooting scenes. Not awful, but not that good. Reminds me of the late 80s early 90s type of bad movies.

Luigi I (nl) wrote: The main character of this movie is in my opinion Istambul, a city that makes you slow down and see a different perspective. Moving and not obvious

Kyra B (nl) wrote: Fun adaptation of the classic Peter Pan story, with it's fair share of goofy moments, but enough whimsy to take it's place in the heart's of users.

David S (de) wrote: This is just one of those "So bad, it's good" movies. As a stand alone, one star. With MST3K's take on it, five stars.

John C (us) wrote: Did I miss something about this "masterpiece"? I found this movie very messy and very nonsensical.

Keith T (au) wrote: Good solid western with some great scenery, but needed a bit more action. The choice of black & white doesn't really do the fantastic location justice.

xGary X (fr) wrote: When the sheriff of a corrupt frontier town is murdered and replaced with the town drunk, the man calls on the services of the son of a legendary law man only to find that he is a pacifist. James Stewart is at his very best for this, one of his defining roles. His easy going charm and integrity are a perfect foil for Marlene Dietrich's feisty music hall girl (so brilliantly parodied by Madeline Kahn in Blazing Saddles) and they have fantastic chemistry together; the cat-fight scene is pure comedy gold. Essentially a story about standing by your principles no matter what the provocation, all the characters are impossible to dislike with some great comic relief provided by a quality supporting cast. Consistently funny with a timeless story of a hero who refuses to resort to violence in the face of adversity, this is one of my all time favourites and a true classic from the golden age.