Nobody to Watch Over Me
Ryoichi Kimizuka's riveting exploration of the Japanese media's feeding frenzy focuses on a15-year-old girl forced into police protection to escape from the journalistic hordes after her brother is arrested for murder. It plays out like a propulsive edge-of-your-seat thriller that's sure to leave you breathless
- Stars:Kôichi Satô, Mirai Shida, Ryûhei Matsuda, Yuriko Ishida, Kuranosuke Sasaki, Shirô Sano, Kanji Tsuda, Yoshino Kimura, Toshirô Yanagiba, Takahiro Azuma, Hiroshi Ohkôchi, Koji Sato, Satomi Nagano, Satoshi Tomiura, Kei Sunaga,
- Director:Ryôichi Kimizuka,
- Writer:Ryôichi Kimizuka (screenplay), Satoshi Suzuki (screenplay)
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Nobody to Watch Over Me torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: While the idea might sound like a Borat style comedy, it isn't. Kumar is interesting as a social experiment and as a documentary, and it works surprisingly well as a feel good movie too.
(ag) wrote: This was a tough watch for a number of reasons
(gb) wrote: cat wait to see this movie!!!
(it) wrote: Cute. Funny. Although my French isn't good enough to have caught enough of the dialog (no English subtitles), it was about what I expected it to be.
(au) wrote: Disaster Film Hiding the Horror
(ru) wrote: i love it i love it i loooooove it i love these kinds of background stories
(jp) wrote: didnt priti play some kinda of pros..........
(de) wrote: 'Bully' is vile, erratic, chaotic, and fascinating, just like its characters; and thus, it's brilliant.
(nl) wrote: Poetic film, film-wonder. One can't be not enthralled with this magic of cinema which this film manifests
(ru) wrote: I give time bandits a F.
(ag) wrote: Good natured, silly romp set in February 1964, on the eve of the arrival of The Beatles to America. It's totally unabashed, it's fun, over the top, zany and a blueprint for Zemecki's later, much more noteworthy work, but still, it's a joyful experience, of a nave time in cinema, long since lost.
(gb) wrote: A great western classic. One of John Wayne's best.
(gb) wrote: The condemned is essentially "The Running Man" in the jungle. I thought this movie would have been a lot more fun than it was. Instead it had very choppy fight scenes, and not the best perfomance from Austin. Not a terrible flick, its definitely watchable, just dont expect a lot of good hand to hand fights or awesome deaths or anything.