Yet another tradition in the tradition of "ragtag misfits" in Japanese comedy...Sumo Do, Sumo Don't tells the story of a university sumo club in Japan. In today's Japan, the younger ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sumo Do, Sumo Don't
A college senior, Shuhei, is blackmailed by a professor into joining the school's sumo team. He is aided by a group of misfits who must team together to defeat their rivals or face disgrace and the disbandment of the sumo club.
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Private U (de) wrote: cute romantic movie...better than I thought.
Tobby O (es) wrote: Good Job Val Kilmer! Action Packed and thrilling.
Marquetia C (kr) wrote: There are some clear lighting and wardrobe errors that come from an inexperienced production casts and an underfunded production. But all that aside, this story is entertaining to watch.
Martin S (us) wrote: This movie will test your patience and get rid of the mainstream audience. But when its finished you are left with a unique movie experience. Think Cremaster, only slower.
BRODIE D (au) wrote: great movie with the oija board theme and the demond good movie
Jenna P (jp) wrote: not as good as the claymation version
Coryn M (gb) wrote: I understand that this is a popular movie, and I can totally see why so many people like it, but personally I just don't. Don't get me wrong, I love the premise. It's the characters that kill it for me. They're all so one dimensional and shallow that I find myself rooting for the ghosts
Ross M (ag) wrote: Cronenberg hadn't quite hit his stride when he made Rabid, but there's still a fairly entertaining mash up of Vampirism and a style of zombie that could easily have served as an inspiration for 28 days later. The story is a bit threadbare, but the actors put in good performances, and the growing sense of full blown contamination is timeless. 3 1/2 stars
Roger R (nl) wrote: Pretty much the same as Airport but this time on a bigger plane - a jumbo which means more panicky idiot shots for the big screen - Helen Reddy plays the singing nun who earnestly tends to a kidney transplant patient flying to her new Kidneys in LA and will die without them played by Linda Blair of exorcist fame (your mother sucks cocks in hell) as a sop to feminiism Karen Black with those sexy sexy eyes flies the plane for a while under the tutelage of her lover Charlton goddamit Heston. Of course the same guy who was in airport now has his wife and son (know it all smart arse kid) on the plane. Nice cameo by Gloria Swanson playing herself. Quote of the film "the stewardess is flying the plane!" For trivia buffs the inflight movie is American Graffiti and yes that drunk guy is the actor who plays George Costanza's father in Seinfeld
Indira S (ca) wrote: What a quote :D "When a girl is under 21, she's protected by law. When she's over 65, she's protected by nature. Anywhere in between, she's fair game. Look out. "
Jake A (it) wrote: Shoddy special effects, no scares, mostly bad acting and a weak script sink this initially promising horror movie.
Adrian W (au) wrote: I am never looking up at a zip wire ever again