Diary of a Shinjuku Thief
This is the story of a bookstore thief named Birdy, who is led through various adventures in Tokyo's Shinjuku district by salesgirl Umeko.
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Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 95%Viewed this on 25/9/15One of the most realistic no nonsense films ever made in India with an absence of comedy, silly romance, unnecessary romance, songs and all forms of shit you find in Indian cinema. Madras Cafe is extremely well directed and the cinematography is top notch with visuals being similar to that of Apocalypse now and Thirteen days. It has the feel of similar films like JFK but not the kind of conspiracy thriller like the former. Madras Cafe also lacks the notions of commercial Indian cinema and it must probably be a treat for all those who wish to see serious Indian films.
Destry F (br) wrote: It's just a movie about being happy. I love it.
Jared H (br) wrote: Worst movie I've ever wasted my life watching!
Han A (de) wrote: romance n action my favorite <3
Trevor R (au) wrote: Ok Macgillivray Freeman Imax film. This film is really about the training of the Blue Angels for the air shows they perform at. Good Cinematography by Grag Macgillivray and Brad Ohlund. Macgillivray is a vetaran of over half a dozon Imax films, and I wish he and his team would try a little harder to make their films more original and not rehash what has been already.
Waqas I (br) wrote: Old childhood memory :)
Christopher Brian W (fr) wrote: Cool, methodical, nerve to take nothing from nobody is how I would describe Joe Kidd played by Eastwood. Supporting characters are great; tough looking and smart; not the usual clowns. This was the first time I watched Joe Kidd and it was great!
Karsh D (it) wrote: Slightly disappointing war comedy given that its packed with comedy greats of that era, but its worth a look just to see a pre Bond Connery in an unfamiliar role.
Gregory W (nl) wrote: I guess cos I'vbe seen them first this reminded me of an early "splash" or "the increadable mr limpet" in this comedic fantasy.
Zoran S (kr) wrote: Passable but awkward noir from Anthony Mann. It lacks the distinct visual style of his great films and is uneven in its plotting. However, at only 70mins it doesn't exactly wear out its welcome.
Jason C (fr) wrote: It's unclear why this run-of-the-mill tween "horror" [imagine more inverted commas as necessary] required the casting of not only Elisabeth Shue but Jennifer Lawrence herself. The director only seems to see Lawrence as a larger-than-average bosom in a series of undersized vests rather than the best actress of her generation. Given the plot lurches on in a rather arbitrary manner the role could have been played by any attractive young lady but the waste of this much talent should result in jail time. For impressionable youngsters only.