Nishikie edosugata hatamoto to machiyakko

Nishikie edosugata hatamoto to machiyakko

A cheerful period drama, sprinkled with comical scenes tells the story of a loyal and handsome Edo servant who fights to help his older brother marry the woman he loves.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1939
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:edo period,  

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Jacky L (ag) wrote: stick with it, the unravelling doesn't begin till more than midway through. enjoyed this more than adoration. you just have to cross hurdle number one and overlook the sleazy-sounding title and dvd cover.

Gaylene A (jp) wrote: Call Me Crazy is a movie with five short films contained in one. Each short is about an individual with mental illness.The acting and portrayals are excellent. This is a movie worth seeing for everyone! Mental illness can strike any family. It is prevalent in our society. Understanding is one way we can help others.

Anson H (mx) wrote: I watched this movie every day, for 3 days once and I laughed my head of each time

KeVin L (nl) wrote: Re-direct what we need. Like the story endding, amal goes for his important. 3bills? who care~

Angie A (ca) wrote: Great movie. I've seen it more than 15 times and it never gets old. :)When does it come out on DVD?

Andrew L (es) wrote: One of the great action films of the 90's, and dare I say probably Woo's best film.

Sgt C (it) wrote: (58%)With a solid director at the helm this is maybe Chuck's best movie, or at the very least one of his best. Although the plot really doesn't know if it wants to be a police whistle blowing movie on a bent cop, or a organised crime "Untouchables" type of flick, and in the end it tries to do both, which overall makes for a quite cluttered action film. It's entertaining, and well put together enough for a decent watch, but don't expect it to last too long in the memory as I've seen it about 3 times now and each time it's felt like I'm watching something different, which is fine in something complex or layered, but not so much in an 1980's mid-budget Chuck Norris movie.

Carl M (es) wrote: When it comes to tiny terrors, GHOULIES is a cut below the rest! The Ghoulies are summoned by a sorcerer's son after he inherits his family's mansion (as well as his father's arcane powers). The miniature monsters run amok, getting into mischief and killing anyone unfortunate enough to enter the estate! GHOULIES caused quite a stir during its initial theatrical run thanks to a marketing campaign that featured one of the mean little beasties popping out of the toilet (to the shock and dismay of potty-training parent everywhere). Like many of Empire's early pictures, GHOULIES is heavy on magic, monsters, and special effects, but lacks any form of substance. The film features early work by special effects designer John Carl Buechler, who attempts to create the widest variety of twisted little monsters as possible on an extremely low budget. The puppets that result are crude but effective, regardless of their cheapness. GHOULIES' cheesy charm wins out in the end, making this a cult-classic for many B-movie fnas.

Becky S (ag) wrote: "See, I don't trust happiness. I never did; I never will." - Mac Sledge (Robert Duvall) 1983 movie "Tender Mercies"

Ryan F (mx) wrote: really...seriously? i have to see this on merit of wtf...

John E (us) wrote: Jenny Slate is a star.

Jason J (de) wrote: A world full of high tech Egyptians.

Raven M (ag) wrote: I love this smart comedy that knows its material! This is such a wonderful, funny, quotable movie, with characters that I can't help but fall in love with and amazing performances across the board.