Play it, Boogie-Woogie
Slow na boogie ni shitekure (also known as "Play it, Boogie-Woogie") is 1981 Drama film directed by Toshiya Fujita, and written by Yoshio Kataoka and Eiichi Uchida , starring Atsuko Asano, Masato Furuoya, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Yûko Asano, Renji Ishibashi and Kahori Takeda.
- Stars:Atsuko Asano, Masato Furuoya, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Hiroko Asano, Jun Hamamura, Yoshio Harada, Masumi Harukawa, Renji Ishibashi, Jûzô Itami, Erina Miyai, Hideo Murota, Kaori Takeda, Shinobu Tsuruta,
- Director:Toshiya Fujita,
- Writer:Yoshio Kataoka (novel), Eiichi Uchida
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Play it, Boogie-Woogie torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Best doc I've seen on Mr Fraud.
(us) wrote: More than enough film length, adequate plot line twists & turns, lack of momentum.
(kr) wrote: wonderful and insightful documentary! hard to imagine the planning and foresight that went into this film.
(it) wrote: This was surprisingly good.
(fr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(kr) wrote: Just a sweet story about a schlub in a typical, for a movie, New York family. I liked all the performances, and the sentimentality of the movie.
(de) wrote: Summer Magic? That Ol' Summer Magic?
(gb) wrote: Extremely funny, great music, Lewis as a woman, what more could you ask for?
(it) wrote: Make sure to watch the theatrical/DVD version of the film and not the version that ends with Sam Jackson in a cemetery. That terrible alternate ending ruins the whole movie.I love John Cusack, but don't love any of his movies - except this one. This type of haunting suspense from the perspective of the critical and relatable non-believer scares me the most. The scene at the window where he communicates with the shadow across the street is one of the scariest things I've ever seen!This movie is very underrated and one of the best movies made from a Stephen King story.
(kr) wrote: Whilst slightly stepping into the territory of implausibility, Jurassic Park III is pure, well-made fun.
(es) wrote: Dennis Hopper from Apocalypse Now all the way to this shit of an apocalypse (That is all).
(gb) wrote: The movie drags at times, but it's still a great old fashioned and tender story about family loyalty and respect.