I Am a Cat

I Am a Cat

Nakadai is an English teacher at a local school. He’s put-upon like the patron figure of dozens of films and televisions shows. Viewers who are especially fans of Nakadai will appreciate how the actor comically rants about here. His home life is almost disastrous, with a ditzy (but attractive) wife, three young children, a loud school nearby that’s controlled by a corrupt businessman he loathes, and frequent visits from layabout friends. And the grey-furred, green-eyed cat!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Nakadai is an English teacher at a local school. He’s put-upon like the patron figure of dozens of films and televisions shows. Viewers who are especially fans of Nakadai will appreciate how the actor comically rants about here. His home life is almost disastrous, with a ditzy (but attractive) wife, three young children, a loud school nearby that’s controlled by a corrupt businessman he loathes, and frequent visits from layabout friends. And the grey-furred, green-eyed cat! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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I Am a Cat torrent reviews

Danny E (ca) wrote: Take a look, or In this case a drink as you look into the lives of people encountering different aspects of the night life and still manage to intertwine with each other. Great cast. Real hidden gem on Netflix.

Rob M (it) wrote: How did this end up in my Netflix queue, and why did I sit through the whole thing? Watching a blank screen for ninety minutes would have been a substantial improvement.

Steve H (it) wrote: It's pretty....well over gaudy. Nothing happens....too bad. It's not enough to look good. Watch 'Portrait of a Beauty' (a classic) to see where they went so wrong.

Sam D (br) wrote: A movie all true smokers must see

Frank U (ru) wrote: Good movie, always enjoy movies with Guttenberg in them.

Pavandeep S (mx) wrote: Wow, what a film, I always wonder if Godard had an infatuation with chaos and I was right, this film together with Weekend has one of those utter chaotic mess in them. I love how Godard uses this sense of variation to paint or unpaint a picture, like how he repeats a shot in another angle and I also like how he juxtaposes various concepts to create a film more political due to cinema than on being political on film due to themes and genre. A fine film no doubt.

Knox M (it) wrote: The most overlooked entry in the franchise.

Jason C (ag) wrote: I personally think Reynolds is a very much underrated actor and this incredibly claustrophobic thriller allows him to show some emotional range beyond his more typical roles. Not a comfortable watch for those who don't like confined spaces, this is cleverly constructed and tense throughout. Perfect for a night in with the lights out...

Cameron T (ag) wrote: While not great, it's not bad or horrible.A fresh rating of 87%. "It might recycle the first film's plot, but The Karate Kid Part III still has the chemistry with Ralph and Pat, and the villains are always fun to watch."

Adam K (ca) wrote: "Cream that spoils, a flame that burns pure blue? I know the signs!!" This film is so excellent :D