House of Bamboo
Eddie Kenner (Robert Stack) is given a special assignment by the Army to get the inside story on Sandy Dawson (Robert Ryan), a former GI who has formed a gang of fellow servicemen and Japanese locals. They use their muscle to take over Tokyo's pachinko racket and commit a series of train robberies, targeting deliveries of military ammunition.
- Stars:Robert Ryan, Robert Stack, Shirley Yamaguchi, Cameron Mitchell, Brad Dexter, Sessue Hayakawa, Biff Elliot, Sandro Giglio, Elko Hanabusa,
- Director:Samuel Fuller,
- Writer:Harry Kleiner, Samuel Fuller (additional dialogue)
Planted in a Tokyo crime syndicate, a U.S. Army Investigator attempts to probe the coinciding death of a fellow Army official. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House of Bamboo torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Another movie from Shunji. However, it is quite different from most of his early work. Very nice try, Shunji. But still, I like his previous movies more although this is also a good movie.
(ca) wrote: Story/Screenplay - 30% - 28/30Cinematography - 30% - 25/30Acting/Characters - 15% - 14/15Production/Costume Design - 10% - 8/10Effects (Visual/Sound) - 8% - 6.5/8Music - 7% - 7/7Final - 90/100
(jp) wrote: Hahahaha fun fun fun
(gb) wrote: Perry's voice is like being surrounded by a warm sweater and Carmen Miranda is fun as always but this is a second rate musical.
(jp) wrote: When I first saw this film 30 years ago I remember thinking that Claudette Colbert would make the perfect Mom. Today I find myself thinking that she personifies the ideal wife. What will I be thinking 30 years from now? How can you not like a film that has Colbert and Agnes Moorehead and Hattie McDaniel and Jennifer Jones (from Okla-freakin-homa) and Joseph Cotton and Lionel Barrymore and Shirley Temple? Since You Went Away is a nostalgic but somewhat long-winded tribute to the service men and women of WWII and the families they left behind. Did I mention that it's somewhat long-winded? Overtures and intermissions should be the stuff of grandiose epics, not sentimental family dramas. A few more cuts in the editing room would have done wonders for the film's overall eminence (and my overall posterior). My recommendation is this; watch it while sitting on a comfortable pillow.