December 1944. As their bomber is shot down during a mission over Japan, Sergeant McManus and Robert, a young lieutenant, have no other choice but make a parachute jump. They are captured by local villagers and are saved from execution by Fukushima, the village elder. McManus never accepts his lot unlike Robert, who soon takes an interest in Japanese customs and rites. More, he falls in love with pretty Miyoko, Fukushima's widowed daughter-in-law.
- Stars:Pat Morita, Chris Makepeace, Mari Sato, Michael Sarrazin, Seth Sakai, Denis Akiyama, Laurence M. Makamua, Sho Togo, Shin Sugino, Roger Ito, Mas Ishimara, George Kadowaki, Kano Futurama, Doug Funamoto, Kohachiro Ishii,
- Director:Paul Almond,
- Writer:Sargon Tamimi (original screenplay "The Hawk"), Pat Morita (screenplay), John A. Kuri (screenplay)
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Captive Hearts torrent reviews
(au) wrote: WOW this movie looks like a cheap version of a cheap porno
(nl) wrote: The Worst Horror Movie Ever.D
(us) wrote: Screw The NoteBook This is a Movie I'd rather watch.
(br) wrote: Funny slapstick moments. See Jab We Met and Vivah for more Shahid Kapoor.
(it) wrote: that was a classic cartoon
(ag) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever. Everything and everyone is hilarious! It's also really relatable for teenagers...
(mx) wrote: Just as good as the original.
(ru) wrote: A mesmerizing in-depth documentary that compliments the motion picture, although it would be better served as a disc extra rather than a full feature.
(de) wrote: 2 hours of my life I can never get back. I mean, this could have been a real trip, but it felt more like nails on a chalkboard.
(mx) wrote: Directed by Garry Marshall (Beaches (1988), Pretty Woman (1990) and Frankie and Johnny (1991)), he and his Pretty Woman stars were looking to work together again, and they found an idea project in this original script from Josann McGibbon, Audrey Wells and Sara Parriott. It's an enjoyable romantic comedy with some silly moments throughout, but it's a good reunion project for the director and it's stars. In Hale, Maryland, Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) has had a few problems in her life, she's had a few unsuccessful relationships, but that's not all, when she comes to get married, she flees as she's going down the aisle, and Maggie receives tabloid fame as "The Runaway Bride". New York columnist Ike Graham (Richard Gere) has a chance encounter with one of Maggie's jilted fiances, and after one article nearly leads to Ike getting fired, he's invited to Hale to do a piece on her, and why she's left her fiances standing at the alter. She's now engaged to get married to Bob Kelly (Christopher Meloni), but as Ike warms to the charms of Hale, he and Maggie soon fall for one another, but will she jilt him too?? The studios wanted this to be moulded into a sequel to Pretty Woman, but Marshall, Gere and Roberts refused, and it makes a funny film, with some good local humour and small town laughs along the way, but it's not as good as their first film together.
(de) wrote: What a strange little film. Starring Henry Winkler and directed by Ron Howard, it's hard not to mention Happy Days. But it also features a sparkling Michael Keaton and Shelly Long (who was in everything between 78 and 86 it seems). The subject matter is just kind of off, the idea of Winkler and Keaton liberating a harem of prostitutes and turning their lives around by becoming their pimps just plays as a touch creepy, it's hard to fall for the love story that develops. Still, its a 30 year old comedy and a quirky one at that. It's not all bad.
(br) wrote: It's no Citizen Kane, but this is one of my favorite films of all time. Mario Bava uses his trippy trademark colorful lighting and employs frames within frames to great effect and makes the greatest comic book movie of the 1960s, conjuring movie magic out of a B movie budget. Today's comic book films are more brooding, but Bava easily made the most fun film in the genre. Ennio Morricone's score is a blast and those twangy guitar attacks and catchy opening theme song ("Deep Deep Down") will forever be ingrained on my psyche.John Phillip Law was born to play this role. Anti-hero Diabolik runs around in what looks like a skin-tight leather ninja suit and drives a pair of Jaguar E-types, pulling big heists and laughing maniacally, then shacks up with his lover Eva Kant (Marisa Mell) on a bed strewn with money in a hideout that a Bond villain would die for, while battling both the authorities and the gangsters. Actually, this is a bit like watching a Bond film from the villain's point of view. Ridiculous excess has never been so attractive. I've seen others describe the film as a 'visual orgy' and I have to agree. Rent this if you can find it, last I heard the R1 dvd was still OOP.Skip Barbarella, THIS is how you do a cult classic Italian comic book movie. I'm forever indebted to Glenn 'DVD Savant' Erickson for the article which introduced me to this film and the works of director Mario Bava.For more trippy color lighting and action-adventure excess from Bava, I'd also recommend HERCULES IN THE HAUNTED WORLD, though it's not near as fun as DIABOLIK. Bava also made some influential low budget horror films, including BLACK SUNDAY (La Maschera del Demonio), giallo BLOOD AND BLACK LACE, and BLACK SABBATH. Bava was also an inspiration and mentor to horror director Dario Argento.
(ag) wrote: A worthy sequel to "Horror of Dracula".
(br) wrote: One of the best westerns ever.
(jp) wrote: Inspiring and seminal...
(us) wrote: hahaha Kutcher you're house sitting
(nl) wrote: A great sequel to the first one.
(gb) wrote: Nikki (Anette Bening) queda viuda ante la muerte de Garrett. Al poco tiempo, Nikki conocer a un hombre, Tom (Ed Harris) que es exactamente igual a su marido difunto. El amor puede regresar a la vida de Nikki... Una grave obsesin, y un conflicto emocional se desarrollar a partir de este suceso.