One piece: Norowareta seiken

One piece: Norowareta seiken

The Straw Hat Pirates take a brake on Asuka Island, home to the Seven Stars Sword. Which is known to be the most valuable sword in the world. But always holds a curse within it. After Luffy...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Italian,Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on comic,  

The Straw Hat Pirates take a brake on Asuka Island, home to the Seven Stars Sword. Which is known to be the most valuable sword in the world. But always holds a curse within it. After Luffy... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


One piece: Norowareta seiken torrent reviews

Molly R (mx) wrote: I found this to be a little weird and slow moving, but I enjoyed Kristen Wiig and Hailee Steinfeld's performances.

Joe C (mx) wrote: Interesting documentary about the myth of the Southern plantation. I saw it opening weekend at Lincoln Plaza and there were only 12 people (all old white folk) in the theater with me.

Trinity C (au) wrote: I'm interested in learning about this...

emily h (mx) wrote: uk i cant believe i sat threw half of this it was so gross

GreatOne W (br) wrote: Love this movie! Always felt this was an underrated movie, but to me is pretty great.

Tim W (fr) wrote: This was stupid. This wasn't even Home Alone. Not funny, not cute, not clever, not charming. John Hughes, what happened to you.

Ziv E (ca) wrote: I will be... a part of your worl- Oops, wrong Disney movie.

Alejandro R (br) wrote: Was great to finally watch this, as I wanted to watch it 20 years ago. Really good film expressing a very interesting story of a man who finally snaps and just loses it, but he still keeps some of his wits making it a prolonged and destructive journey back to his ex-wife, who has a restraining order against him, and his little girl for her birthday. Douglas and Duvall were not bad in it, though I do feel their roles were a bit stale and so never really brought out their talents. Much more could have been done there.

Jaws N (it) wrote: The first film was good, the second mediocre, but THIS one. This one is a horror in itself to sit through.

Vitor A (br) wrote: This one's very good and competent. Top notch performances by every single actor (even RoboCop Peter Weller does a neat job!). But for me, the best thing about this movie is the young girl's performances! WOW! These young actresses really know how to act, and as far as I'm concerned, there should have been - at least - an Oscar nomination for the extremely talented Dana Hill (RIP), playing the part of the oldest child.

Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Logan G (au) wrote: Sofia Coppola's melodrama combines masterful directing with a powerful performance by Bill Murray, artfully composing a story of loneliness and connection amid the urban isolation of early 2000s Tokyo. Using a delicate touch, Ms. Coppola beautifully balances a physically overflowing metropolis with the deep-seated emptiness felt by her characters, all while keeping audiences engaged in the relatively simple, but wonderfully rich, plot. Lost in Translation is emotional without being clich, giving viewers a subtle love story that is both relatable and iridescent. Bob (Bill Murray) and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) are two lost souls repeatedly finding themselves, and each other, in the bar of an upscale all-inclusive hotel in the wee hours of the night. Facing similar feelings of displacement, Bob, a jaded, washed-up actor shooting Japanese whiskey commercials, struggles with a mid-life crisis, and Charlotte, a young college grad faced with unappealing career choices, tries to find her place in the world. Although both of the jet-lagged companions face failing marriages, with Bob's wife acerbically raising a family alone and Charlotte's husband shallowly ignoring her quiet pleas for engagement, the two remain respectfully distant from one another. While this use of honest restraint, rather than dramatic advances, may not leave viewers with sappy tears, Lost in Translation offers an emotionally richer experience than the typical Hollywood heartbreak. The soft chemistry enjoyed by Murray and Johansson shines in the film's wealth of subtle moments, which aggregate to build an undemanding intensity that is both relatable to audiences and personal to the characters. By maintaining remarkable thematic consistency, Ms. Coppola satisfies even the most critical viewers through artistically balanced shots, the ethereal quality her setting provides, and the dream-like atmosphere she gives to Bob and Charlotte's unfolding relationship. From hearty laughs such as Bob's game of Twister with an overenthusiastic hooker to quiet heartaches like the inaudible whisper in the midst of a packed Shibuya sidewalk, Lost in Translation is as good a romance movie as any.

Greg H (it) wrote: An absolute visual and audio explosion that is wild ride from start to finish. Went in without having previously seen the any "Mad Max" films, but enjoyed this. Turn up your surround sound for it!

Jens S (kr) wrote: This beautifully filmed Western is basically a slow moving two hour chase, down a snowy mountain ridge into the desert plains. It can rely on its two charismatic leading men and it's interesting how the movie refuses to reveal who the villain is, or if there even is one, for the longest time. The solution is even more disappointing after all and raises just one question: why didn't they think of that two hours earlier?