Permanent Nobara

Permanent Nobara

Newly divorced Naoko returns to her hometown to work at beauty salon Permanent Nobara, which is run by her mother. Permanent Nobara is situated in a small village by the sea and the only beauty salon in the area. The women from the village go to Permanent Nobara to talk about their love lives and troubles. Masako loves her husband, but her husband cheats on her. Tomo keeps dating other men, but is betrayed by the guys she dates. The other women tell Tomo that "it's better than not dating." Meanwhile, Naoko, who has returned to to her hometown with her daughter, begins a relationship with Kashima. Mr. Kashima is Naoko's first love and her high school teacher. They share a secret ....

Newly divorced Naoko returns to her hometown to work at beauty salon Permanent Nobara, which is run by her mother. Permanent Nobara is situated in a small village by the sea and the only beauty salon in the area. The women from the village go to Permanent Nobara to talk about their love lives and troubles. Masako loves her husband, but her husband cheats on her. Tomo keeps dating other men, but is betrayed by the guys she dates. The other women tell Tomo that "it's better than not dating." Meanwhile, Naoko, who has returned to to her hometown with her daughter, begins a relationship with Kashima. Mr. Kashima is Naoko's first love and her high school teacher. They share a secret .... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nathan M (ag) wrote: Glen Jacobs is back in need see no evil 2 with great hardcore vengeance what he does better in a wrestling ring he doesn't better on movies get ready for the upcoming film see no evil 2. This movie is so good better than the first installment

Paul M (ru) wrote: Like in the Wizard of Oz when Dorthy gets to peek behind the curtain in the wizard's palace, we get to see the truth about health care in America. Everyone in America needs to see this movie! A solid 5 stars!!

Karl G (nl) wrote: Bad bad bad. Turned it off 15 minutes in.

Mark James A (mx) wrote: I enjoyed it. I really do. I could've enjoyed it even more if the humor is scraped off from the movie and it actually became a serious horror film. The comedy factor hurts the appeal of the entire picture.

Owen D (br) wrote: I loved this movie when I first saw it. I was about to give it a bad rating, but then I remembered... tons of laughs, adventure, and fun, plus not too bad on the side of character either.

I have Riboflavin flavored blood (de) wrote: ugh I hate reality shows probably part of the reason I thought this film sucked. They made a type of film that I usually enjoy (the zombie film) and made it tedious to sit through in fact it was so bad I fast forwarded through most of it. I truly hope there is no sequel cause if there is that proves once and for all their is no such thing as a higher power avoid avoid avoid

Kathi G (ru) wrote: Kids really loved this movie.

Casey P (it) wrote: great road trip flick

Alberto C (fr) wrote: Motivacional, excelentes lecciones a tomar en cuenta.

Jerry H (ca) wrote: "Little Secrets" very much looks and feels as if it should be a DCOM; that is, a Disney Channel Original Movie. The content is remarkably clean; unlike many more recent films that have pushed their ratings as far as they would go, "Little Secrets" barely even earns its "PG". Though this movie is kid-oriented, it is definitely not a comedy; occasional humorous moments give way to emotional drama, some of which I was surprised to see in this film. The flick also praises classical music, vilifies drunkenness, stealing, and lying, and shows what true friends do for one another. The only problem I can think of with the film was the lead actress, Evan Rachel Wood ("Across the Universe," "King of California"). Her acting was great, no question. The problem was that she was wearing a sleeveless top and/or a somewhat short skirt in almost every scene, which showed off her early-puberty-skinny arms and legs. Maybe girls that age really do dress that way; still, it just made her look awkward. I have to be frank: This really isn't worth a purchase, and I'm not sure if young kids would be interested in it because of the now-antiquated technology. (Lycos e-mail? No cell phones? Recording television programs on VHS? Surprisingly enough, that was just a decade ago!) Still, for those who enjoy old-school, innocent, family-friendly kiddie cinema, this is definitely worth a rental from your local library or video rental store.

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

Don S (ca) wrote: Yuck, both as a movie and as a sequel. Skip most of it, and just watch the last 39 minutes, if you really must. But explain to me, how does making someone a junky cause them to tell the truth? And how long must we really watch them get clean? Really? In this man's opinion - much, much, much too long.

Nick S (br) wrote: This movie if they were trying to be serious or real it didn't work - How could it when its the "they transplanted the white bigot's head onto a soul brother's body"? - Seeing that about almost 1/2 of the film is them getting chased in one of the funniest chases on film...I mean its the two headed guy with another rider on the motorcycle riding through a real motocross track race...hysterical! Throw in that a bunch of scenes are Rosie Greer running around with a fake white guy's head and you have pure genius - This was one of those movies that you just couldn't take it serious no matter how you tried...with that I got to laugh a lot and in turn made me enjoy this film a lot

Trevor M (jp) wrote: With great songs, better acting than its stylistic predecessors, and the best Santa origins story this side of the North Pole, Santa Claus is Comin' to Town is the king of all things Santa Claus. This is also the only Christmas movie with a correct view on Santa, making this the way you want your kids to be first exposed to the jolly man in the red suit.- Details Breakdown -The Good: This is THE most welcome relief from the modern Christmas movie and Santa story ever created. While there are other things about this movie that are great and that make it a Christmas classic, the way in which it handles the story of Santa is unparallelled and deserves a gold medal for Best Portrayal of Santa Ever. In a genre full of movies focused so much on the importance of believing in Santa and worshiping him as the god of Christmastime, the fact that this movie sets out to tell a genuine story about Santa and does it so well is an absolute joy. I am a firm believer that lying to children and forcing them to believe and essentially worship a fictional character based off a story of a regular man is a horrible, horrible thing to do and just sets kids up to not believe in anything ever again once they learn they were lied to. Santa Claus is Comin' to Town is a story about a regular man who did his best to change the world and make it a better place and how his MEMORY should be remembered and the point of Santa is to make people understand the importance and joy of giving and real happiness. Khris Kringle just loves people and wants to do his best to make them happy whenever he can since the world is full of so much sadness and that is the point of remembering the story of Santa. This movie explains the story in great detail while also being very respectful. The moral standards of this movie are almost shocking, with warlocks learning to pray, Kris getting married "in the woods and before God" and Kris even mentioning that he wants to spread the love of God through giving away toys. The religious aspects are not focused on too much, which is good because they would be a bit out of place if they were, but the subtle bits that are put in there make the story feel more honest and genuine. This is the story of Santa everyone should want their kids to be brought up with. There's no "believing" in Santa, just remembering what he stood for. Moving on from my soap box on this matter, the quality of work in this movie is far better than that of the other movies in the same Christmas special set since it has much better actors and higher production value. There are really only a handful of movies done in the style that Santa Claus is Comin' to Town is and so the style itself makes the movie memorable and unique.The Bad: Some of the voice acting is shotty and cheesy. The role of Jessica is annoying at times, especially when they have her sing and she goes into this weird psychedelic music number that is downright confusing. The character of the penguin is a bit annoying as well since it honks to talk, although thankful it is not a big character in the story. There are some slow parts in the movie that should definitely be cut or sped up. In a movie under 60 minutes, having spaces that drag is even more noticeable than in a regular feature.

Sue S (ag) wrote: Loved this BALLAD OF A SOLDIER (1960). A Russian 19 year old hero is about to be written up for a medal and instead he asks to spend a few days with his mom. Along the travel from the Front to home he helps so many people along the way, it slowly but surely eats at the leave time allowed with his mom. I ? this movie!

Greg W (au) wrote: one of bogies best later or columbia years performances in this crime/teen/drama.

Joan B (ag) wrote: What the f*@& (in the good way)??

Andy B (kr) wrote: 84%, come on guys!! This film is near perfection. It has everything you can ask for. A truly inspirational drama, with a great score to boot. You will laugh, you will cry, you'll want to go out an be somebody when it's all through.

Matthew A (mx) wrote: People call this one of Laika's worst? Huh, I never would've guessed. I personally thought it was great!