The Littlest Warrior
After their father quarrels with local military men, Anju and Zushio are forced to flee, but they are captured and sold into slavery. When their mother dies, they are sold to Sansho the Bailiff, a cruel man who subjects them to hideous torments.
While Anju falls into a lake and is transformed into a swan, Zushio escapes and after being adopted to a nobleman grows to a young man. He will then fight to defeat the evil Dayu and free all the slaves.
- Stars:Yoshiko Sakuma, Kin'ya Kitaôji, Tokue Hanazawa, Mikijirô Hira, Morio Kazama, Kôji Kiyomura, Junji Masuda, Tomoko Matsushima, Masao Mishima, Jo Mizuki, Reiko Mutô, Yasushi Nagata, Nakajirô Tomita, Harue Tone, Eijirô Tôno,
- Director:Yûgo Serikawa, Taiji Yabushita,
- Writer:Sumie Tanaka
Zushio and his sister Anju are kidnapped and sold to a cruel slave-master. Will they ever be reunited with their mother again? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Littlest Warrior torrent reviews
(us) wrote: This is the worst Barbie movie yet. It has no plot, no story and my 8 year old said it was so boring and turned it off. She loves Barbie,just not this one. Save your money, and don't buy this MOVIE
(de) wrote: Who knew "a lavish, candy-colored musical set in Cold War Russia circa 1955" could be so much fun! Loved the music, the editing, everything about this. I could watch it all over again. The end was a real surprise. Every hipster at heart should see it....
(jp) wrote: This movie wasn't funny nor interesting. A couple discover nothing about themselves
(ca) wrote: Long. It also wasnt very funny seeing drs treat an elderly patient like that, kinda made me angry.
(fr) wrote: It's hard to tell if "Captivity" is trying to be another entry in the "torture porn" if it is, it really fails. If not, this movie is simply stupid. The antagonist is ridiculous and the ending completely nonsensical to the point of hillarity. (Dvd, 2011)
(ag) wrote: Holy Smoke is right! Kate Winslet definitely sets the screen on fire, literally and figuratively, in this one as Ruth Barron, a young, idealistic woman, whose parents (Julie Hamilton, Tim Robertson) become concerned when she joins a commune of like-minded seekers in India, under the sway of a charismatic guru. Tricked into returning to her native Australia, she is ambushed by her family and whisked away to a secluded hut for deprogramming by a highly successful American deprogrammer, PJ Waters (Harvey Keitel). What takes place in this desolate location is outside the bounds of any reputable therapy. This is a game (or is it) of cat and mouse and the power shifts back and forth quite precipitously and nearly devastatingly. Excellent performance by the leads, and convincing character development by the supporting cast propel this compelling tale. Surprisingly light moments of wry humor keep this from becoming too unrelentingly dark but without causing it to descend into parody. The control of the plot by Jane Campion feels sure-handed and exhibits a director firmly confident in her craft. The scenery is beautifully desolate and the cinematography is striking. Only a slight letdown at the end detracts from the overall impact.
(br) wrote: A tremendously enjoyable motion picture. One of Clint Eastwood`s best movies and best performances ever. A compelling, well-character drawn and heart-warming masterpiece. It`s wickedly funny, smart and wonderfully entertaining. Eastwood crafts one of his finest performances and possibly his most wonderful character. I loved it, it`s a beautiful blend of humor and drama. The film packs nothing but pure heart and surprises. Its grand entertainment at it`s finest.
(mx) wrote: Light British post war humour but it flows nicely enough to be able to enjoy.
(nl) wrote: This is by far the worst of the Mad Max movies. It starts off pretty good when Max makes it to Bartertown, but gets derailed when he makes it to "Neverland" with all the kids. It then becomes a mix of Temple of Doom and Return of the Jedi (Think Ewoks), it does come back and leave the viewer with a somewhat satisfying ending, but no where near the ending of the Road Warrior.