Gintama: The Movie

Gintama: The Movie

Odd Jobs Gin has taken on a lot of odd work in the past, and when you're a Jack of All Trades agency based in a feudal Japan that's been conquered and colonized by aliens, the term "Odd Jobs" means REALLY ODD jobs. But when some more than slightly suspicious secrets from the shadows of Gintoki Sakata's somewhat shady former samurai past and a new pair of odd jobs collide, the action is bound to get so wild and demented that only a feature film will do it justice!

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Gintama: The Movie torrent reviews

Shyam S (nl) wrote: My first Pakistani movie was a brutally honest experience!

Joie L (jp) wrote: What a great movie for a bout of insomnia. Wee hours of the morning. Kept my interest. Stirring performances from Bening, Watts and Washington. Garcia writes beautifully for women. Been watching him grow on Wigs, podcast station that yields a well-deserved 70million views.

katrisha f (kr) wrote: LOVE ALL OF THESE MOVIES

steve c (fr) wrote: Curtis Mayfield's Curtom Films chose this film to be their contribution to the world of cinema. Based on the award winning play, it is a look inside prison life of the 70's in a hardcore New York.

Danielle K (br) wrote: Stephanie Beecham, can't look at her without thinking of bad girls now haha. This was utter crap, it got a star for Stephanie and a half star for the funny severed hand!

EWC o (es) wrote: Completely botched adaption of the book. Almost nothing similar, and negates the powerful symbolism of its literary counterpart.

tinna m (br) wrote: dean martin was really funny in this,made me feel sorry for lewis.

Cha t (it) wrote: I love the way Bunuel uncovers the flaws in society, religion, relationships or whatever his target of the day is.

Jenna I (it) wrote: Spalding Gray in his own words. Left me wanting more however...a little too much editing and not enough breathing room.