Chie the Brat
Chie Takemoto is a dependable girl who struggles to help her troublesome father run a small tavern in Osaka. Unbeknown to her dad, she occasionally visits her mother who left him not too long ago. She plans on trying to reunite them, but not until her father gets a job.
- Stars:Chinatsu Nakayama, Norio Nishikawa, Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Yasushi Yokoyama, Shinsuke Shimada, Ryusuke Matsumoto, Utako Kyô, Keisuke Ootori, Gannosuke Ashiya, Kyoko Mitsubayashi, Bunshi Katsura, Yoshiko Ohta, Ichirô Nagai, Yoshio Kamigata, Nikaku Shofukutei,
- Director:Isao Takahata,
- Writer:Etsushi Haruki (comic), Noboru Shiroyama, Isao Takahata
Chie Takemoto is a dependable girl who struggles to help her troublesome father run a small tavern in Osaka. Unbeknown to her dad, she occasionally visits her mother who left him not too long ago. She plans on trying to reunite them, but not until her father gets a job. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chie the Brat torrent reviews
(de) wrote: A bit sad, pathetic , funny at parts
(it) wrote: amazing movie..........
(au) wrote: I'm not gonna say this film isn't watchable but out of all 7 "Chainsaw" films this is the worst of the franchise by a country mile.
(jp) wrote: Dane Cook likes a girl. Has to shape up and not be a slacker. Suffice to say, his transformation is not very believable. The comedy is sub par. At least this spelled the end of Cook as a movie star.
(kr) wrote: It has a good concept and it's a sweet story.But the impossible of it all was a bit off.
(ru) wrote: A wonderfully understated and visually simple study of Rosetta, a determined young woman who lives in a trailer park in France and tries to find a job and a normal life. Unsentimental and hard. Never melodramatic. Though in French, most of the film proceeds in powerful, visual silence and poetic repetitions.
(nl) wrote: Boring, predictable...*yawn.*
(br) wrote: This is not a very good movie.
(kr) wrote: A powerful movie with equally powerful actresses - a must see! It also puts a number of different spins on a (still) very contriversial issue...
(br) wrote: Although this movie has a good message and an amazing all star cast it falls short on living up to the potential it could have. The love story between Weber and Weiss is poorly written and Weber's motives for why he does anything. With some fun cameos and a comical performance by Patrick Stewart, this movie is worth seeing, just don't home for too much.
(kr) wrote: I didn't care for this film. iT really dragged from time to time and I couldn't focus on it at certain points. Not as interesting as it sounds.
(jp) wrote: Major Thomas Thorn (Gary Cooper) is a U.S. Army cavalry officer who displayed true cowardice when his frontier garrison is attacked in 1916. He develops an obsession with what constitutes courage in others and becomes an Awards Officer. After a cavalry charge during the 1916 U.S. expedition in Mexico to capture Pancho Villa, Thorn recommends four soldiers for the Medal of Honor: Sgt. John Chawk (Van Heflin), Lt. William Fowler (Tab Hunter), Cpl. Milo Trubee (Richard Conte), Pvt. Renziehausen (Dick York) and Pvt. Andrew Hetherington (Michael Callan) who got his recommendation earlier. In the charge they capture Adelaide Geary (Rita Hayworth), who sheltered the enemy. During their journey to reach the armybase in Cordura, a series of harrowing incidents make it clear that the apparent heroes were motivated by other things than courage, while it is the disgraced Thorn who possesses moral courage.I was hoping for a classic epic westernish movie, but I felt I got more of a so so movie. I reckon the journey of the soldiers did not capture my interest that much despite the psychological layers in the plot. I do like the timeframe "They Came To Cordura" is set in, with the 1916 military style and look. But, compared to "The Wild Bunch" (also set in the same timeframe) this is so much weaker. Initially I felt that Gary Cooper seemed so uninspired and tired, but reading afterwards that he was very ill during the shoot explains why. Shame, since he is one of the big actors of his time. Rita Hayworth seems slightly uninspired as well, but her beauty and aura takes her a long way. All in all, "They Came To Cordura" is a tad disappointing is my opinion.