Junkers Come Here
Hiromi appears on the outside to be a mature, resilient girl, but on the inside she feels like she's falling apart. She hardly sees her parents at all, as they are always busy with work. Then she learns that her parents are considering a divorce and she may have to make the heartrending choice of deciding which parent to live with. On top of that, Hiromi's tutor, Keisuke (on whom Hiromi has a crush), is getting married, and Hiromi fears that she soon will be completely alone. She finds herself comforted by Junkers, an unusual dog with the ability to speak and grant her three wishes.
- Stars:Brittney Wilson, Lisa Ann Beley, Sean Campbell, Trevor Devall, Shinnosuke Furumoto, Ellen Kennedy, Katsunari Mineno, Mei Oshitani, Farrell Spence, Moneca Stori, Chantal Strand, Brad Swaile, Sakiko Tamagawa, Sanders Whiting, Sylvia Zaradic,
- Director:Jun'ichi Satô, Rob Bakewell,
- Writer:Hiroichi Fuse (screenplay), Naoto Kine (story)
The movie is about a girl named Hiromi Nozawa and her dog Junkers. Hiromi is having troubles at home mainly because her parents wanting to separate. Junkers tries to comfort her in ways no other dog can. He can talk and grant her 3 wishes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Junkers Come Here torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Sci-fi adventure for kics, so it has a weak conclusion, although the production looks good as there's clearly been significant money invested in this film.
(nl) wrote: American Gangster is a stylish, thrilling movie with powerhouse performances from Crowe and Washington. Scott's film is mostly exceptional, aside a few pacing issues, but the acting is the main focus of the movie.
(it) wrote: A decent romance drama with a nice human touch to it
(gb) wrote: Altogether pretty shoddy really, especially the acting performance of the token bimbo girl. It started off quite well with a good introduction of characters but lost the plot midway through and then started taking the mickey out of itself at the end. It was like the script writer became increasingly drunk as he wrote the storyline. Some of the banter between the characters was quite witty (but typically American) and there was a lot of excessive blood used in the death scenes. A few jumpy moments made it a little scary, but it was more of a comedy than a horror film really. I mean, in what other classic horrors do you get some overly camp chinese teenager randomly breaking out into the song 'fame' when being chased by a psychotic maniac?
(ca) wrote: While there isn't much brains to the film, it's fun to watch and keeps you consistently entertained from start to finish.
(nl) wrote: Operetta Tanuki Goten is one of those films I really wish I could speak higher of than I can. It's far from being great, but it's not bad, either. It's very much all over the map, though, so if you enjoy musicals and Japanese cinema, give it a look. It won't blow your mind, but it'll give you something to laugh at for a couple of hours.
(ru) wrote: Two brothers lose their Iowa farm, and the older one (Gere) is so tortured by this failure that he burns the farm down and drags his brother along on an aimless run from the law. The story would have been stronger if we were given more of a backstory of what happened between his childhood (a brief glimpse is shown at the beginning) and the foreclosure of their home.
(fr) wrote: A brilliant use of colors and acting, Hero isn't a film as much as it is a work of breathtaking art. Light on the dialogue, it is a visual feast and merits multiple viewings.