Clannad is set in a high-school located in some Japanese town. Okazaki Tomoya is a third-year student who doesn't take his studies seriously. Always late for class, he's seen as a delinquent by the rest of his classmates who are busy preparing for their entrance examinations. Needless to say, he hasn't too many close friends either.

Okazaki Tomoya is a delinquent who finds life dull and believes he'll never amount to anything. Along with his friend Sunohara, he skips school and plans to waste his high school days away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Clannad torrent reviews

Tony B (nl) wrote: Well done but pretty standard music documentary.

Edriio C (gb) wrote: well crafted, insightful, great story and amazing cast.

Liam P (it) wrote: SUMMING IT UP:There is plenty to be said of the rise of West Indies cricket. Highlighting the backgrounds and cultural and social impacts upon this group of world class athletes, the viewer is left with a package of information both heartfelt and interesting. There is much made of the racial tensions during the lead up to and the period of the West Indies' dominance yet more could have been made of the changes to cricket itself with regard to this. Australia's part in the abhorrent discrimination demonstrated on field was investigated, however, discussions with those players now might have been an interesting contribution to see how far cricket has come. Viv Richards was an icon of the cricketing world and he shines with his quiet resonance incredibly powerful. One might have hoped that the film could have used an approach akin to his more subtle power to tell this important sporting story.

Chris W (ag) wrote: Loosely based on actual events that took place between 1993 and 1996, this is the story of 8 French monks living in Algeria in harmony with their Muslim neighbors in the surrounding village.This particular group of monks are from the Cistercian Order, which means that their defining feature, beyond pacifism, is that they do not proselytize or evangelize. Instead, they devote themselves to pray, worship, and serving the needs of the public at large, which in this case is running a clinic that provides the medical needs of the locals.Despite their differences in faith, ethnicity, and heritage, these men coexist nicely with the Muslims. All of that changes however, when a group of Islamic Fundamentalists kill a group of foreign workers, upsetting the delicate balance. As the fear and tensions rise, the monks find themselves and their faith tested, forcing them to make some tough choices, especially when they are taken hostage.Despite the fact that I often have a really irreverent regard for religion (primarily my own beliefs), I can get serious at times, and have much respect for productions such as this movie, that take issues of faith, religion, and acceptance seriously. Being a Catholic, and having spent time around monks at an Abbey, I can say that the film does a great job of how they portray monastic life.This film is quite quiet, contemplative, and thoughtful, much like its characters. The film has a deliberately easy pace, allowing the viewer to really relax and drink in the world these character inhabit, providing a nice look at the everyday workings of monks doing the mission they were called out for.I also appreciate the portrayal of the Muslims, and how it's not a purely black and white situation. When things get sour, they are handled in an appropriately downplayed manner, relying on subtlety instead of going visceral.The film is quite moving, and there's many great moments, but the best moment, hands down, has to be the sequence set to "Swan Lake", which absolutely floored me.While the ending doesn't totally come as a surprise (especially since its based on true events), it is nevertheless quite good. You could argue that the characters and their motives could have been better developed, but I feel like they did it decently enough. The actors likewise, do a good job, and are quite convincing as a group of men with great senses of compassion and devotion. Where the film really shines is in the departments of mood, tone, atmosphere, production design, and cinematography. It's all simply beautiful. All in all, this is quite a film. I kept getting interrupted while viewing it, which kept taking me out of the experience, so, if not for that, I'd probably be giving this a higher grade. As it stand though, I have a lot of admiration for this. It's certainly not a film for everyone, but if you've enjoyed what you've read, and think you might like it, then give it a shot.

Alex P (us) wrote: One of the most underrated comedies of the 2000s. Yes I will admit, I'm not the biggest fan of Larry the Cable Guy, as he was in one of my least favorite films ever, health inspector, but this film is just hilarious from beginning to end. To put the icing on the cake, my favorite stand-up comedian of all time Bill Engvall is in it and he's the funniest thing about it. I know I'm in the minority but I don't give a damn.

Private U (us) wrote: Certainement pas le plus delectable des longs metrages de plympton, mais une bonne partie de rigolade tout de mme, et surtout, une admirable lecon d'animation. Plympton est un studio a lui tout seul.

TTT C (it) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Interesting and well-acted but it does drag at times. Marginal recommendation.

Stephen S (au) wrote: Pretty good. Inspiring story. Can't say I like Almos' acting here though...normally I think he's awesome, but I just don't like him that much here. Good movie though.

Blake L (us) wrote: Not Jim Carrey's best comedy, but it was very funny and entertaining.

John B (nl) wrote: Obvious child is obvious crap. A very unlikeable comedian has "issues" and the audience is meant to feel something when she deals with her issues.

Rick D (ru) wrote: Grandeur of Open Range, but without the action or fast-paced plot. Ending was a bit predictable and overly melodramatic.

Skyler B (ru) wrote: Oh, Muppets.... its time for you guys to just vanish, now... OK?

Michael W (ru) wrote: Producers likely envisioned a blockbuster with this star pairing but this one never seems to come up in conversations about Eastwood or Reynolds movies. Not sure where the blame should fall but there seems to be plenty to go around.