I Will Buy You

I Will Buy You

A talent scout moves sharply, dead-set on signing a promising athlete to the team the Toyko Flowers.

Kobayashi's pitiless take on Japan's professional baseball industry is unlike any other sports film ever made. An excoriation of the inhumanity bred by a mercenary, bribery-fueled business,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I Will Buy You torrent reviews

Lan P (ca) wrote: Not as good as part 1, but The Game still made this a decent hood film...

Jacob B (mx) wrote: Woah, what's with all the low ratings? I seriously think all the people who gave this below 3 stars need to watch it again, not as some movie your kid dragged you into or even a typical Disney movie, but a movie that requires the same amount of attention you would give a live-action film. Surprisingly great voice work and dialogue, interesting characters, and a story that's a little run-of-the-mill but still feels original due to the added sci-fi elements, not to mention the gorgeous animation and art direction on display here! Very underrated and a lot of fun.

Anne T (nl) wrote: they should have stopped at 2

Cory C (ag) wrote: One of my all-time favorites, never get tired of kicking back and watching it. Pure fun, and the epitome of a popcorn flick. Perfectly captures the essence of its time. The opening scene with "Wanted Dead or Alive" by Bon Jovi playing gets you so pumped, and I can't tell you how many times I've JUST watched the opening. Chelsea Field, whom plays Marlboro Man's (Johnson) love interest has always struck me as an underrated actress. Just flat out fun.

Adrian B (br) wrote: Likable, sentimental story in which a senior citizen (Art Carney) is forcibly evicted from his condemned New York apartment, along with his cat, and move into his son's home. He then takes a cross-country journey, along with his cat, to Chicago, Boulder (CO.), Las Vegas, and finally, his new spot, Los Angeles. Through his lengthy trip, in which he uses bus, a used-car, and hitchhiking, he meets a variety of kind individuals, including an old girlfriend (Geraldine Fitzgerald) who was placed senior's home in Ohio years' earlier. Although I would have preferred the 1974 Oscar for Best Actor to have gone to Al Pacino in "The Godfather Part II" or Jack Nicholson for "Chinatown," Carney's performance is good enough to generate enjoyment for viewers. The supporting cast is also fine as well, especially Ellen Burstyn as his daughter.

Dann M (br) wrote: How do you continue a series after you've obliterated the planet in a nuclear holocaust? Escape From the Planet of the Apes. In this third installment of the series Cornelius and Zira find themselves hurled back in time to 1973 and must find their way in American culture. Roddy McDowall and Kim Hunter return to reprise their roles and are joined by Ricardo Montalban. While it starts out as a lighthearted comedy, the tone takes a dark and foreboding turn. And in typical Apes fashion, the film asks some challenging, thought-provoking questions while telling a compelling sci-fi drama. Escape From the Planet of the Apes delivers another powerful sci-fi adventure (though it does take a few liberties with the series mythology in order to do so).

Private U (ag) wrote: I liked the theme and the performance "John Barrymore", he and "Carole Lombard" made a funny couple as artists. The screenplay was a little bit boring.

Lester P (au) wrote: i want to see this movie

Matthew S (fr) wrote: Peter Medak's movie is not good, but his actors (particularly Lena Olin) are having so much fun eating the scenery that it very quickly turns into a bumpy guilty pleasure.