Lone Wolf Isazo

Lone Wolf Isazo

Isazo is a traveling gambler and living legend in the world of yakuza, known for his swordsmanship and bravery, his impeccable manners, and his brilliant talent in gambling. One late fall at an inn in Kiso Fukushima, Isazo befriends a young boy whose mother turns out to be his old love Yoshino, with whom he was not unable to consummate a marriage due to the class differences between them.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Lone Wolf Isazo torrent reviews

Peter M (ru) wrote: Great acting, great plot and great fun al around

Jack L (ag) wrote: Mini Review 14: Wake Up SidPlot:Siddharth "Sid" Mehra (Ranbir Kapoor) is an affluent hippie Gen Y youngster trying to wade his way through education and parental expectations. A heated conversation about his exam result forces him to step out of the house. Now he's on his own for the very first time in his life and realization strikes back in no time.On the other hand, Sid has a childishly confused relationship with Aisha (Konkana Sen Sharma) waiting for it's primordial flight. Rest of the film is about Sid realizing his passion and potential both professionally and personallyPositives:--> Excellent screenplay and extremely natural day to day scenarios--> Great performance by all the main actors with palpable inherent feel for situations around them--> Rocking background score / music by Amit Trivedi and Shankar Ehsaan LoyNegatives:--> Nothing new with the story line - ideological differences between generations (parents vs. kids) being the basic idea.

abigail a (kr) wrote: this movie made me have goosebumps

Paige R (it) wrote: I lovev michael weatherly

Rebecca H (de) wrote: It took me a while to warm up to this movie. The first half is fairly conventional stuff, and I found the college-age bouncy characters mostly pretty boring, and the songs seemed interminable (but in a DVD, you can fast forward). The basic plot was fun, but has been done before in US movies. But then, when you are almost to the intermission, you reach the point when any US movie would end. The misunderstanding has been clarified, hero and heroine recognize that they are in love with each other and are in each others arms. The Bollywood twists and turns go on from there, and it is there that this movie goes from being a fun grade B movie to being something I wanted to watch multiple times. Non-Bollywood viewers should take note of the fact that this is long by Hollywood standards. Also, the medley scene at the party in the second half consists of people singing snatches of songs from a wide variety of movies, which is part of what makes it delightful. I am not sure how clear this would be to those who have not seen much Bollywood.

Sylvester K (br) wrote: Oh my Gosh, who made this awful film that surprisingly featured male frontal nudity and Simon actually died in real life? Pretty much a typical B-movie really, only watch it if you've got more spare time

Frank F (gb) wrote: A beautiful film, but very underrated. Doris Day takes on the railway company and wins. Together this and The Pajama Game make Doris Day almost seem like a "pinko"!

Rick Q (us) wrote: frank sinatra and kim novak give wonderful performances in "the man with the golden arm", a very provacative film, especially for it's time. it's well written, and otto preminger's direction is great.

W David L (br) wrote: Odd man out here. I love silents, black & white, narrative, experimental, and international cinema, all of the opinionary pre-requisites to avoid needles chips on the shoulder, but I have to say that I really disliked A Nous La Liberte. The story is fine, sets are quite nice and all, and I take in stride the technical issues with its being so early in the sound era, but frankly I found the filmmaking to be pretty clumsy. The movie loses track of characters - not from scene to scene, but within scenes, from shot to shot, like Claire wasn't sure what he needed to shoot to make it all come together in the editing room. It's kind of jarring when you're trying to settle in with the people on screen. Also, the music. Agh, the music! The songs are fine, because they're all diagetic. People just sing every now and then in this movie. But the score was completely jarring, and seemed even inappropriate to what was happening on screen. Imagine if Jaws was scored by John Phillip Sousa. That's close to what I sensed here. The All Wacky All The Time approach was misguided, because what's on screen only occasionally matches that tone.I guess I'm with Clair on this one. I wish he could have completely remade it too.

Ricco N (ru) wrote: Many positive things that we can learn from the story. It brings all the issues that happened in America that day. Poverty, crimes and many more were delivered brilliantly and much fun. However, the plotting and the direction were not as good as the idea. And that gives a big impact for the movie itself. But, this still fun to watch!

Joe H (ag) wrote: Not worth the bandwidth to download no less watch. Worst Wesley Snipes flick ever made

Monica P (nl) wrote: I love it. It's far better than the first one, and is more historically accurate than it, as well. Honestly, I'd wished for them to make a third, although they didn't. I fell in love, and I can't see how one cannot fall in love with this beautiful movie. I know I'm in the minority, but I am proud to say that I support John Rolfe over John Smith any day.