Samayou yaiba

Samayou yaiba

A middle school aged girl is dragged into a car while her screams fades away into the darkness of the night. The next day, the young girl's body is discovered along the Arakawa river. ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Samayou yaiba 2009 full movies, Samayou yaiba torrents movie

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Sonny N (de) wrote: This movie was kinda horrible and didn't have any good twists or anything very boring

Mike T (fr) wrote: An experience that I cannot find words to describe. Musically speaking this is some of Animal Collective's finest work, and the images compliment it beautifully.

Jaime R (us) wrote: It seems already as if director David Michd has a promising future right ahead of him through this spectacular directorial debut, with fantastic performances all around.

Tom V (ru) wrote: Stick with the book, however there are some pretty funny moments!

Anna T (ca) wrote: I love this girl - such a fun little Jew. I apparently didn't read the box, because I thought this was a movie (rather stand-up), but I enjoyed the entire routine - including those terrible, terrible jokes that may have gone too far XP <3

Spencer J (es) wrote: This movie tugs on some heart strings and makes you laugh out loud. Fantastic directional debut from Rosenbaum.

Chris A (ru) wrote: a strange mixture of road movie and old testament melodrama served up with an eye for southern gothic cliches and mtv art directed junkyards, it nevertheless is very watchable with Josh Lucas relishing his role as psychotic uncle and jamie bell continuing to re-invent himself whilst nailing a plank thru his foot and failing to notice his younger brothers tendency to eat paint...

Chang L (de) wrote: Very good movie.. Recommand

Drew (jp) wrote: This cult classic is a nostalgic time-capsule for those who lived in that suburban bubble of an existence during the 1970's; a dog, two cars, sprawling backyard, pool, & with of course, the omni-present atmosphere of rebellious teenagers roaming the barren streets of sequestered communities tucked away in the smoldering dusty plains of the San Fernando Valley. This nostalgia is what I value most about the movie over the plot, or story, or anything to do with the cinematic experience, because the insight into youth culture provided by this film is a revelation on many levels. THE SOUNDTRACK IS GREAT. Cheap Trick's single, Surrender, never resonated so deeply with me, with such meaning and relevance, than when watching that scene with the lead character rocking out on his bed with his headphones while contemplating his future. Although the film harks on drug abuse and rebellion, there's a lot of significant commentary on the social consequences of suburban life, which comes off as an isolated hell; or, a utopia where nothing ever happens. Jus' love that basement party scene where Van Halen;s You really got me, is blaring in the background. "ooh, ahh, ohh, ahh, ahh, ohh, ahh, Giirrrl..ohh ahh aaa...you really got me now...oohh, ahh...lol.

Jerome W (es) wrote: The above shows how weird my movie tastes are. In "Hero" you could tell that mainland China had a hand in the production with its emphasis on the group over the individual but it was still a ravishing film. The "Glenn Gould" film was fascinating, "Repo Man" was as cool as ever and "This Man Must Die" was typical downbeat, fatalistic Chabrol. It's hard to believe that 30 years later, Sean Penn could take the same premise and create an entirely different kind of movie in "The Crossing Guard", not as good but different.

xGary X (mx) wrote: Sensitive and humane portaryal of life in a Japanese women's prisoner of war camp with a great sense of location and a very moving performance by Sessue Hayakawa as the commandant. (A role he would reprise in David Lean's Bridge On the River Kwai)

Matthew B (it) wrote: The Muppets at they best. When Gonzo's breakfast cereal tells him that he's the descendant of aliens from another planet, his attempts at extraterrestrial communication get him kidnapped by a secret government agency, prompting the Muppets to spring into action. This movie has action and drama at the end and this movie makes fun of all of that and that's what the muppest do.

Mary C (fr) wrote: This movie is a must see. Great comedy, dance and music.