The Stairway to the Distant Past
Broke, his vintage Nash convertible repossessed, private eye Mike Hama is reduced to combing the mean streets of the Yokohama waterfront on a borrowed bicycle. But when Lily, a beautiful stripper from out of Hama's past, returns to town, the fuse is lit on a criminal powder keg set to blow the lid off the Yokohama underworld.
- Stars:Masatoshi Nagase, Kiyotaka Nanbara, Haruko Wanibuchi, Shirô Sano, Eiji Okada, Tetta Sugimoto, Mika Ohmine, Shin'ya Tsukamoto, Jô Shishido, Keiji Matsuda, Akaji Maro, Kazuko Shirakawa, Sumiko Sakamoto, Noriko Sengoku, Yôichi Sai,
- Director:Kaizô Hayashi,
- Writer:Kaizô Hayashi, Daisuke Tengan
Broke, his vintage Nash convertible repossessed, private eye Mike Hama is reduced to combing the mean streets of the Yokohama waterfront on a borrowed bicycle. But when Lily, a beautiful stripper from out of Hama's past, returns to town, the fuse is lit on a criminal powder keg set to blow the lid off the Yokohama underworld. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: I actually do not know why I like this film. I usually do not like sappy romances, which this film certainly is, but something about it manages to transcend its genre and deliver a film that is in turns sweet, sad, and ultimately delightful.
(br) wrote: "When did British comedy become boring? My guess; Sometime around this film's release."I don't really get this type of "comedy" and I don't really like Steve Coogan. I do however like Rob Brydan and Gillian Anderson, but apart from that the film failed to impress me and I don't remember laughing once.
(mx) wrote: Slow and straight-forward movie. I liked it...
(us) wrote: Very entertaining and the intended Hitchcockian elements work well enough to keep you interested throughout. Even Cage's as-always over-the-top performance isn't a liability. Solid Suspense.
(jp) wrote: Screw all of the haters. This movie is fantastic. I never tire of watching it. There are dozens of quotable lines in this movie. If you like big Hollywood movies like Transformers,etc..you should probably pass on this one.
(fr) wrote: Positively haunting! A must see.
(us) wrote: The worst in the series. Paul Kersey vs drugs. I think the only part I really liked was the opening sequence. Even though it was enjoyable, it stood out from the rest of the film being that it had absolutely nothing to do with the story and failed to contribute anything towards the emotional/psychological development of the main character. I'm sorry but after three films I need to see some kind of change in the main character. The writing here is sub-par and there are many noticeable bloopers in the action scenes. Ironically, I think Bronson gives one of his better portrayals of Kersey in this chapter.
(de) wrote: -- kinda like 'Arthur', only funny.
(au) wrote: This documentary tells the story of the legendary martial arts icon Bruce Lee. Well organized and made documentary which gives a full inside of his life, from childhood to adulthood, his tragic death at age 32 and his funeral. Everyone who was a part of his remarkable life or who got inspired by the Legend had a chance to say how he influenced their lives. I want be spending too much time on describing it - just to say that everything was done properly, tastefully and with a lot of respect for the Master of the Jeet Kune Do style.
(jp) wrote: Excelente drama de guerra, como uno de los primeras obras Kubrick, en el que se cuestiona hasta donde llega el patriotismo y valor de un soldado. A destacar Kirk Douglas.
(gb) wrote: Not very interesting film from Lang but good for the Lang enthusiast
(nl) wrote: just cos its a Disney Classic
(fr) wrote: Bit dull at times, but quite enchanting overall.
(ca) wrote: Great performances by several, with the most balanced of the characters being the *uppity colored woman* - groundbreaking at the time. And always a pleasure to see Victor Buono!
(ca) wrote: Really cute. And really amazing that this is the first musical they've ever done. They really need to make more of the Scooby-Doo movies musicals.
(es) wrote: I own this on DVD in a four movie pack along with:* Mars Attacks (1996)* Contact (1997)* Sphere (1998)and i also own it on Blu-Ray.
(gb) wrote: John Wayne, a sheriff, has to hold a killer in jail helped only by a drunkard (Dean Martin) and a lame old-timer (Walter Brennan), while the thug's wealthy brother and hired guns try to spring him. Angie Dickinson is Feathers, the sherrif's absolutely likeable love interest. Everything is perfect in this western and that is an achievement as this western has everything. It runs almost two and half hours but you you lose track of time until its all over.