Tomie: Revenge

Tomie: Revenge

Another home-video release shot on HD, this one is partly based on the Tomie manga "Revenge" by Junji Ito. This time around, Tomie is played by Anri Ban. The story revolves around a young female doctor (played by Hisako Shirata) and an unidentified naked woman who runs down the road one night. In the her search for the wounded girl (who has a mole under her left eye), the doctor ends up in an abandoned house filled with bodies, madmen, and an unconscious girl. Surely Tomie is not too far away...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:72 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on comic,  

A young woman named Kazue runs over a naked girl on a mountain road. When she stops to help, the girl runs off into an old abandoned house in the middle of the woods. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tomie: Revenge torrent reviews

Mahsa R (us) wrote: Naked Gun meets Mr. Bean with a dash of Borat but Persian Style. A couple of fake stuff I felt confused about, maybe to throw non-Persians off or "for show" ...Pretty sure it's spelled kabob and we don't use mayo. And not the biggest fan of its sexual jokes and exaggerations either. But, overall mostly funny and good, plus great casting!!

Cade H (au) wrote: The Kings of Summer is a great coming of age tale about 3 friends who build a cabin in the middle of the woods to get away from their families. Its a story about friendship, family, falling in love and the journey of going from just a high school kid to becoming a man. The comedy aspect of the movie is great, it is a little off kilter but has plenty of memorable hilarious moments. The whole idea behind it, running away and escaping to a forest where no one can find you is great and Im sure it has crossed many peoples minds when they were younger. Watching the kids develop, find themselves and struggle with relationships as well as their life choices was great to see unfold. All of the characters contribute in a major way to the film, from the serious yet funny Nick Offerman to the crazy, weird friend played by Rico the funny kid from Hannah Montana. This isn't quiet a new age Sandlot or Stand By Me but it is very close and will provide that same general feelings and joy you get from watching those films about a group of friends.

2kini (ca) wrote: Best one to date. Period!!

james f (ru) wrote: Surprisingly funny, is bad idea to movie with good result

JB R (jp) wrote: This documentary of the Norwegian Black Metal scene does a great job with presenting the atmosphere of the scene (and by extension, Norway) but never gives the viewer a story to connect it all to. The filmmakers seem to be too taken with their subjects and allow them to fill too much of the screen time without filling in any real details. Nice use of news footage from the 1990s to provide a back drop to the rash of church burnings that brought this relatively small music scene to the worlds attention but for a subject that is so interesting, the film fails to cover the whole story.

Christine C (ag) wrote: It is simply impossible to share the director's vision here. I thought I was onto something two or three times but, sadly, no. No idea what was going on. Slight credit for the monumental effort put forth to communicate something - but I was left frustrated at my own choice to watch more than 15 minutes.

Danielle M (gb) wrote: I was pretty disappointed in this... thought it would be funnier. It was just kinda dumb.

Ven W (mx) wrote: cubas best work he should never talk

alex f (fr) wrote: Would of loved to see hoppers character get a bigger run.

J Brigham H (br) wrote: Well, that was just racist... and wrong.

Mark W (ca) wrote: Morgan Freeman acting as Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first democratically elected president, remains memorable.Clint Eastwood's sentimental piece narrates the unconventional leadership shown by the great man in bringing a racially divided nation together through the sport of rugby, once the preserve of race-obsessed white Afrikaners.When I first saw Freeman play the part of the ground-breaking school principal in Lean On Me years before Invictus, I believed that he would play Mandela. Not only because of his acting talent. Freeman bears a remarkable resemblance to Mandela. And in Invictus he played his part to near-perfection. He nearly perfected Mandela's gravelly voice.Clint Eastwood's team researched this project very well. Invictus, which takes its title from the book by John Carlin and the poem of the same name, is an accurate account of those heady days when Mandela united a nation, if only for a few days, and inspired a beleaguered home team, far from favourites, to win the rugby world cup. And of all the cup finals I've seen, this one takes the cake.

MarcAndr B (it) wrote: Have to see this one (in english)