The unsure orphan Shun meets Nanami, a contemporary who earn their living by taking off her clothes. Opinion arise, but when both are in various ways subject to the surroundings is not without friction. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Heather M (fr) wrote: This is a goofy dance flick with an unrealistically happy ending for all.
Pat M (kr) wrote: anything but uplifting and amusing.the ending was really bogus-stupid.not a movie I would boast about to anyone.just fair at best.
jason h (fr) wrote: ThanksKilling is wild! This bizarre film will blow your mind.
Lauri M (ca) wrote: Ihan ookoo. Eero milonoff on hyva remuna.
Guilherme N (jp) wrote: If you hate broadway, people singing when they should be speaking, externalized exaggerated singing completely out of the epoch it should represent, you can still consider Dreamgirls a movie worth to see. Eddie Murphy in a perfect character and that exquisitely long long long scene with Jennifer Hudson.
Amanda H (jp) wrote: This movie is independent and low-budget, and that should certainly be kept in mind when you start watching it. But considering those things, it's an excellent film with believable characters and a good quality story. I was very pleasantly surprised.
Elise M (de) wrote: One of the best skateboarding movies ever made, full of cheesy 80's charm and great skate scenes.
Duncan R (au) wrote: I love me a so-bad-it's-good monster movie!
Kevin M W (jp) wrote: Gene Tierney plays the woman who's got it all ... except upstairs between her ears, and Cornel Wilde and Jeanne Crain endeavor mightily to tolerate her. They hardly can bear up. Vincent Price does a great job however as an abusive District Attorney, stealing the film. The action happens in that popular magazine cover perfect world that ruled in Hollywood film at that time. There's one scene, for instance, where Tierney, supposed pregnant (altho that's impossible to see) looks in a mirror horrified: "I look terrible," she says, when she doesn't look that way at all, when nothing in the film looks that way.
Jacob C (ca) wrote: 58/100 - J. Edgar is a bit of an overstuffed mess. Clint Eastwood tends to draw out the details a little too much and focuses a lot more than I cared on Edgar's private life. There were times when it helped the film move along, yes, but on the whole I wanted to see more of how he changed the FBI's role. Leonardo DiCaprio turns in an excellent performance as always, but the film's absurd length makes it a bore aside from a few expertly crafted sequences.
Lara D (de) wrote: better than expected. made me jump a few times, so it served its purpose as a horror flick
Augustine H (es) wrote: It could well be the most critically acclaimed film by Louis Malle. It begins with an unsettled crime, followed by a subtle romance and ends with a fair yet heartwarming split between the 2 leading characters. A delightful experience with the superb Lancaster and Sarandon perhaps has made this film so well-known. I feel perfectly fine for that, but wouldn't regard it as Malle's best work.