Memories of Tomorrow
After being stricken with Alzheimer's disease in the prime of his life, a successful young businessman slips slowly away from his loving family in director Yukihiko Tstusumi's poignant family drama. Saeki (Ken Watanabe) is about to launch what promises to be the most successful advertising campaign in his burgeoning career. In addition to his astonishingly fast ascent up the corporate ladder, Saeki's beautiful young daughter is about to be married, and he will soon become a youthful grandfather.
- Stars:Kelly Hu, Devon Sawa, Ken Watanabe, Kanako Higuchi, Kenji Sakaguchi, Kazue Fukiishi, Asami Mizukawa, Noritake Kinashi, Mitsuhiro Oikawa, Eri Watanabe, Teruyuki Kagawa, Hideji Ôtaki, Ken'ichi Endô, Yoshihiko Hakamada, Sô Hirosawa, Isamu Ichikawa, Hana Kino,
- Director:Yukihiko Tsutsumi,
- Writer:Hiroshi Ogiwara (novel), Hakaru Sunamoto (screenplay), Yuiko Miura (screenplay)
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Memories of Tomorrow torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Even with the original 'marching band' angle, "Drumline" just feels like a tired, familiar sports movie.
(fr) wrote: This movie was not quite what was expected to be when I first noticed it on the shelf of the old video rental department back at the grocery store. About eight years ago, I watched it, and it was not that bad! Was expecting a horror/suspense thriller, but then realized it was a horror action/comedy! It was a fun good time, even though some things didn't work in it. Still, a decent flick!
(jp) wrote: Well there goes Tom and Jerry's career.
(us) wrote: this movie gives a glimpse of what its like to be in a mormon gang
(au) wrote: Tongue in cheek, campy fun.
(au) wrote: A fun 80's thriller. It's really dated, but that's what makes it awesome.
(de) wrote: Chaotic and frightening. This Maysles brothers film about the Rolling Stones' disastrous concert at Altamont is one of the best documentaries i have ever seen.
(kr) wrote: Not Mario Bava's best but a tasty slice of 70s kitsch with a bevy of Euro-babes, some wicked fashions, great lines ("houseboys come and go but there's always the bottle") and a thumping Umiliani score.
(gb) wrote: The best in the Sergio Leone trilogy! Better production value than the first, and Eastwood's and Van Cleef's characters are fun to watch. So much better than the two other films!
(nl) wrote: Wooooooow I didn't think it would get this bad this quick but holy crap. Elvis in a family of people with zero IQs and an obsession with outhouses, plus the rampant sexism and libertarian wet dream homesteading theme.... man, this was unwatchable. I was like waiting for the music breaks, they were the saving graces of this film. Even Elvis seems bored out of his mind.
(gb) wrote: A tragedy of the times! Innocence lost! Mock marriage! Jilted lover! Dead baby! Fashionable gloves! Ice floes! Hypocrisy! Redemption! Fashionable gloves!
(gb) wrote: I did not recognize one actor/actress which made it easier to believe. From start to finish, you don't know what's going to happen next. Usually I can tell in the first 10 minutes; who/what/where/why but not in this movie.
(gb) wrote: Although Victor Rasuk was in this movie, I have to say it was a little slow and a little unoriginal. Although the movie made some good interesting points, all in all, it needed a little more.
(ca) wrote: Good movie. Funny, entertaining, with a great performance from Thornton.