Detective Doberman

Detective Doberman


The burned remains of a young woman discovered in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The police comes to the conclusion that its the work of a pyromaniacal serial murderer. The murder victim is identified as Mayumi Tamaki, a native of Ishigaki, Okinawa. As the investigation unfolded, her former boyfriend, a former rider of a motorcycle named Chōei Mikawa emerged as a suspect. But Kano did not agree Mikawa is the suspect. Kano started conducting the investigation himself to search the real criminal person. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Detective Doberman torrent reviews

Ratish K (fr) wrote: 99% weekend movie... a good way to relax... no songs, no melodrama... pure laughter riot... 99% timepass ... you are not bored during the movie.. a good way to start your weekend :)

Joe E (br) wrote: In all honesty this movie wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. Mabye with a bigger budget and a better thought-out screenplay it could have been more global i'm sure. The performances were actually pretty good. Even though the character were very uninspiring and dull at the same time. Which does make up the boring characters who were pretty much seen in other movies before. This movie was allright but for the sake of arguement they were pretty much nothing we haven't seen before. The premise was pretty stupid but in the end it turned out pretty nice but you can't shake the feeling of down right stupidity from the idea that this movie is based upon. Good movie but just kind of stupid idea and a decent way of making it into a movie.

Ian M (de) wrote: Hahaha... This movie was so bad I quite enjoyed it! The facial make-up on the freaks was quite impressive. Stupid ending, but if you keep your tongue firmly in your cheek you can enjoy it! Stupid, obvious, but kinda liked it.

Pui T (ca) wrote: I dont like the 3-headed dog...not good at all...

George K (it) wrote: A 2003 film directed by Larry Charles, who is better known for his writing on successful TV sitcoms, Seinfeld and Mad About You and for executive producing episodes of The Tick and Dilbert. The film was written by Larry Charles and Bob Dylan. It stars iconic rock legend Bob Dylan alongside a star-heavy cast, including John Goodman, Jeff Bridges, Penlope Cruz, Val Kilmer, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Lange, Luke Wilson, Angela Bassett, Bruce Dern, Cheech Marin, Ed Harris, Chris Penn, Steven Bauer, Giovanni Ribisi, and Michael Paul Chan. The film received mixed reviews from critics. If you believe the lies that the media constantly bombards us with, you won't like this flick. If you question authority, step right up for a dose of enlightenment. So much wisdom you'll watch it many times.

Jesse O (au) wrote: I thought this film could have been worse. It had some incredibly lame moments but it was quite an average film though I wouldn't recommend it. I chuckled during some moments but there aren't that many laughs in the film. Despite it all I enjoyed watching it. Not in the sense that I liked the film but in the sense that I felt like I hadn't wasted a 100 minutes of my time after I was done watching it. At least this movie doesn't pretend to be good, it knows its place and that's respectable.

Charles S (jp) wrote: The first produced (despite its assigned number) on the Isle of Man, including a tap-dancing satyr, motor sports, vaseline spelunking, and... bagpipes!

Ty P (it) wrote: Dark and out there, though no stranger than anything that's not directed by David Lynch. Bad Boy Bubby is uncomfortably entertaining enough, though is a film largely made up by the notion of "what ifs", with some opinionated monologues and some heavy taboos thrown just to stir the murky waters even further.

Jeremy S (jp) wrote: I enjoyed this movie but come on a high school kid taking out a whole nations armed forces listening to rock? Sure HA! I liked the movie as a kid but for all teh fun it is it's pretty lame as well

Gordon S (ca) wrote: after seeing all the other godzilla movies of the 70's.this was by far the better movie from that decade.

Simon I (mx) wrote: I want this for my collection, where can i get it on DVD?

Kinohi N (jp) wrote: Proves the point that horror can also have its sentimental side. Someone needs to write a paper about the Candyman series' fetishization of racial allegory.

Russ B (br) wrote: 4/18/2017: Pretty bad. A very cheesy horror film with zero comedy.

Luke R (ag) wrote: I wish I would have seen this one earlier.