Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies

Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies

The environment and the movie stars at a Japanese film studio in the early '30s are recreated in this drama that looks back on a distinctive period in cinematic history. Using celebrated director Yasujiro Ozu as a model, fictional director Ogata (Ittoku Kishibe) discovers a new female star quite by accident. Koharu Tanaka (Narimi Arimori) works selling candy at a studio theater when she is given a part as a bit player. After the studio's top leading lady is embroiled in a scandal, Koharu is suddenly thrust into the limelight when she replaces her in a film and gains instant fame and fortune. But the going is not always easy, and she soon seeks help from unexpected quarters.

The environment and the movie stars at a Japanese film studio in the early '30s are recreated in this drama that looks back on a distinctive period in cinematic history. Using celebrated director Yasujiro Ozu as a model, fictional director Ogata (Ittoku Kishibe) discovers a new female star quite by accident. Koharu Tanaka (Narimi Arimori) works selling candy at a studio theater when she is given a part as a bit player. After the studio's top leading lady is embroiled in a scandal, Koharu is suddenly thrust into the limelight when she replaces her in a film and gains instant fame and fortune. But the going is not always easy, and she soon seeks help from unexpected quarters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies torrent reviews

Hama S (nl) wrote: fuck this shit movie.pakistan is the best.

Corbin B (it) wrote: this movie is nice...really nice

Dave B (fr) wrote: Racist ass critics have the nerve to rate this masterpiece 27% just because it makes white people look bad. That's ridiculous. Then they pull it off the shelves and make it almost impissible for anyone to but, rent or see it. It's only available on the bay. This movie is practically banned from America. My only question is why? The Panthers & Civil Rights movement is history just as anything else.

Justin E (jp) wrote: Really Good!....Just Really Good!

Jo Y (ca) wrote: I like Ben and also Joanne

Nicolette H (mx) wrote: I never saw the original Shop Around the Corner but I thought this one was well done. Judy Garland was so darn cute. I thought the lead actors complimented each other nicely. Such a cute story and got some laughs. Not my favorite Judy Garland film but love it just the same and sure I will be watching it again. :)

Kyle M (au) wrote: A literal replica of "Mary Poppins" with some amount of both the same sort of grandness and magical charm, but it'd focused more on the quantity of showcases rather than overall quality whilst attempted to push the special effects bar through a somewhat dullish animated sequence and roughening edges. Nevertheless, it's still a typical Disney picture to enjoy. (B)(Full review TBD)

Jason T (it) wrote: Pleasant surprise with a good story. I was talked into seeing it, and i loved it. Not like Spaceballs, goofy crap, you'll smile with a smirk as these washed up actors goto space for real!

Toni S (nl) wrote: Simply great Hollywood entertainment for the early 90s. In some ways it's as if you're watching Keanu Reeves audition/train for his role in The Matrix.