Kondo no nichiyôbi ni

Kondo no nichiyôbi ni

The film is a human drama starring Somegoro Ichikawa and Younha. Younha plays Sora, a Korean high schooler. She chases after a boy she likes who has moved to Japan for college, but after ...

The film is a human drama starring Somegoro Ichikawa and Younha. Younha plays Sora, a Korean high schooler. She chases after a boy she likes who has moved to Japan for college, but after ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff B (kr) wrote: BAD MOMS was freaking funny as hell! From a son's perspective ... no way do I want to think of my mom in these situations ... but at the end of the day, mother's [wives] are incredible people who deserve our love, admiration, and respect.

Anatoly S (it) wrote: A great and fast paced documentary about exploitation films in the Philippines from Mark Hartley, the man behind Not Quite Hollywood and Electric Boogaloo. 90% of films covered is Roger Corman stuff and the doc can double as New World Pictures tribute. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

alan j (de) wrote: minor film about gambling addiction,dealings with ruthless bookies and the danger thereof.... effective performances by the entire cast...some realistic violence in parts but very watcheable.... a small story but it will hold your interest..I did think the ending was a bit too fairy-tale like however and did not hold true to ths story..

Howard E (it) wrote: Poignant coming-of-age story where kibbutz life wasn't all it was cracked up to be. Tomer Steinhof plays Dvir with great pathos.

Chepe M (kr) wrote: not great like Hedwig and The Angry Inch, love its energy XD

Ben S (au) wrote: Sabu films are all worth watching

Arash B (ag) wrote: I gave this 4 stars based on my own interpretation of the movie because it seems that everyone has a different one & I'm not sure about what the movie is trying to say, I really liked its portrayal of life & its realistic depressing tone but religious allegory? spiritual experience? No thanks

Ksusha K (nl) wrote: Josh Hart is one of my favorite actors, but this film is one of the most boring and stupid I've ever seen!!!!!!

Patrick S (br) wrote: BBC's Hiroshima is a chronological outlaying of the events leading up to the detonation of the world's first weapon of mass destruction and the subsequent aftermath.The documentary is balanced, modestly presented, and based largely upon the first-person accounts of people involved, such as the pilots of the bombing run and actual citizens who experienced the blast and survived.In this frame, it avoids themes such as technology or modern implications of the nuclear bomb.

Li G (us) wrote: Great to see again, now that the bru-ha-ha about Redford's first "mature" film is over. He is sexy and still has it. Lena Olin is divine. The cinematography and portrait of the end of free Havana are special and sustain you through the film even when the plot sags.

Riff J (nl) wrote: It's not even close to as good as the original, but in it's defense, nothing would've succeeded as the sequel to the masterpiece Halloween. I still enjoyed the movie because of the last 1/3 of it. Imho the movie unsuccessfully tries to pick up right where the original ended, but it fails at building up any suspense or terror. But just when it feals like all is lost, it comes through when it matters most. And all of a sudden, the Halloween theme gives you goosebumps again, and you're caught holding your breath at just the right moments. Jamie Lee Curtis is awesome as our damsel in distress, and Donald Pleasence really comes through when it matters most. Not a bad follow up, and the last decent movie in the franchise until the reboot arrives.

Andrew S (us) wrote: Bought on a drunken visit to Sainsburys for 3, this is an an underrated classic. Where you been all my life.

Paul D (kr) wrote: Love triangles at a pseudo-incestuous level. The plot is generic, but it's a nice enough ride to the obvious ending.