Young married couple Rie (Tomoyo Harada) and Sang (Yo Oizumi) move from Tokyo to Lake Toya in Hokkaido Prefecture to start a bakery restaurant named Mani. Sang bakes bread and his wife Rie makes food that complements the bread. Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, the customers leave in a happy state. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
Shiawase no pan torrent reviews
Greg W (de) wrote: gr8 cast in this UK drama I liked it.
Kimberley T (ag) wrote: Enjoyed this movie very much.
Josh S (it) wrote: bomb ass fuckin movie
Pia B (es) wrote: njah... not that good...
James S (kr) wrote: James Van Der Beek grows a beard for this low budget and looks it sea monster attacks small town affair. The film holds little surprise, all the cliches you would expect to find are here plus a surprising lack of gore for a b movie style horror. It's some what of a testament to Van Der Beek's skill as an actor that he manages to carry such a dreadful script and the bunch of stereotypes along for the ride. His marine scientist is believable and the best thing about the movie. As terrible as the script is, it does manage to rack up some decent tension, even if the film is about a scary as an episode of the Tweenies. The creature effects are predictably bad but that's to be expected....half the fun of these kind of films is seeing just how bad the effects will be. The creature remains largely unseen and when the money shot of it is finally revealed, you can see why. Eye of the Beast never tries to be a great film, clearly hoping to cash in on the curiosity "I wonder what he'd doing now?" value of it's lead star, and it never lifts itself above mere average but thanks to a committed turn by Van Der Beek and one or two surprising moments of excitement, it's not a total loss.
Stephen D (us) wrote: Really well done. I love the concept!
Marcus H (ag) wrote: the places this film will take you
ra r (us) wrote: I was debating weather film deserves 4 or 5 stars. I have seen this film numerous of times at least 15 times. I saw it at the Cinema, DVD, and eventually bluray. This film not only consist of an all star cast but every character really fulfilled their role and shined. Of course the most well played was Hugh Grant. Innocent and adorable as ever. Brilliant job, well done.
Chris G (us) wrote: Cheesy and predictable, the movie was still captivating and made you root for the main character.
David C (mx) wrote: Who knew that Saturday Night Live, Simpsons, Ghostbusters, and almost every film/show of this type originated from the creative teams that started on National Lampoons. An insightful, often awe-inspiring look at the origins of some of the greatest comedy of the 70's and 80's. Utterly fascinating.