Momotaro and Hidemaro are 1st-years at Otokojuku, a private boys school where true men are made. Momotaro, proficient in academics and martial arts becomes good friends with Hidemaro an underachieving weakling. Omito Date, former student leader, plans his revenge against his former school. Now leader of an evil army from rival Kanto Gogakuren school he fully intends on taking over Otokojuku. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Angelina N (ca) wrote: Really good movie and funny humour. Recommend getting this movie!!!
Anne A (it) wrote: Awesome movie love love love this movie
Amanda N (it) wrote: This movie was appalling! Anne Hathaway's character was an idiot. You can't be a journalist, much less one in NYC, if you're so concerned about what your line cook boyfriend thinks. Do you think Ida B. Wells cared about what shabby grilled cheese flipping assholes thought about her clothes? This movie is disgusting. I literally got sick to my stomach watching this. The message was that you shouldn't change everything about yourself no matter what. That job was a great opportunity. She changed. So what? Margaret Fuller was probably a lot more innocent and sensitive before she worked at The Dial. That crappy newspaper job at the denouement (a job which the character never would've gotten in real life) could've been The New Yorker if she hadn't have gone to her boyfriend's birthday party. She loved that asshole more than writing. You can't love anything more than writing if you want to be a journalist. To quote Susan Orlean (who Meryl Streep ironically played in another film with a performance that shamed her "Miranda Priestly") "The reason it matters to care about something passionately is because it whittles the world down to a more manageable size." If Anne Hathaway's character really loved writing as much she claimed to in this movie, she would've moved out and lived on the fucking street to get away from that asshole. God, I'm so offended I need to go watch Thelma & Louise to get my mind off of this shit...
Jayden (es) wrote: this is a really good movie!
Cavale F (mx) wrote: soooo wonderful and sweet. i can't wait to show this to my future kids.
Andy T (ru) wrote: Exploring the maturity of relationships as well as sexuality in realistic ways, Chasing Amy is a hilarious and affectionate film that combines Kevin Smith's excellent script and direction together with Ben Affleck's subtle charms.
Lee M (us) wrote: An amazingly well-aged forgotten film from the late 1970's. A whole lot better than most of the divorce-centric comedies of this ilk, mainly because it focuses on the characters and not the act of divorce itself.
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Scott C (au) wrote: Ssssort of sssucked. Although, I did like the cobra footage and the mongoose actually fighting a cobra to the death.
Tyler S (gb) wrote: A fun, old school classic with one of the iconic characters in all of film...Dirty Harry.It is pretty dated, but it does have its moments where if you watch it today, you can still appreciate what made this a really good film. Eastwood carried the film with his badassness if thats a word, and he executed his role with precision.The villain is a pretty evil puppy, and his crimes are somewhat iconic in film.The movie is damn good, just not something I would call all time great.
Alec N (gb) wrote: Ronald Reagan + Monkey = Win! Also, I'm pretty sure the monkey is actually intended to be a metaphor for the Democratic party.
Spencer P (ag) wrote: A raw portrayal of colliding cultures and morals that inspires deep personal questions.
Phil W (au) wrote: Maybe the greatest supporting cast in movie history. If you like old movies, you'll spend the first 15 minutes saying "Hey, that's the guy from . . ." It looks like the cast is really having fun in this one.
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Roxanne D (ag) wrote: The film introduces two completely different narrators, one reliable and one unreliable. Flynn Junior's narration actually corresponds with his environment and state of mind, while Flynn Senior's utterly opposes it. In Flynn Senior, the voice over is at odds with the filmic images, while in Flynn Junior the voice over is in sync with the filmic images. In a novel, competing narrators shed light on perspective. The film however sheds light on film's relationship to literature and adaptation: on the one hand they align perfectly, on the other hand they are incompatible. The Blower Scene is both literary and fundamentally cinematic. Flynn Senior settles onto the blowers, while Flynn Junior's voice over narrators the experience. Meanwhile, the camera cranes upward, turning slowly until it reaches a medium bird's eye view, and in the act, rendering Flynn Senior powerless and alone. Flynn Senior's despair is one, but the camera and narration render it using two different mediums, or the allusion to one. While the film emphasizes the differences and similarities between film and literature, it also remains ambivalent about their relationship.
Darrin C (gb) wrote: This one really impressed me more than I thought it would. It takes a 1970s type of filmmaking for present day with fair acting, a good, simple plot, and enough action that kept my attention throughout the whole movie.
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Kip S (jp) wrote: The chase is a little long, but I enjoyed every minute of it. If you like the Outlaw Josie Wales, You like this.
therealoneisnotthere (ca) wrote: Oh this one is nostalgic.
Gav R (nl) wrote: the worst movie ever made, completely shite