Tomie: Saishuu-shô - kindan no kajitsu

Tomie: Saishuu-shô - kindan no kajitsu

Tomie terrorizes an artistically inclined young girl and her widowed father, slowly integrating herself into the family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on comic,  

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Tomie: Saishuu-shô - kindan no kajitsu torrent reviews

Matt S (au) wrote: Funny at times but not consistent enough to keep you engaged

Rory Fyfe S (br) wrote: Good movie. With disturbing scenes, and great acting.

Marta S (ru) wrote: cpunstwo filmowe i Stereo Total

Eliabeth M (jp) wrote: Cute film! Emily Mae Young does a wonderful job!

Nichole S (ag) wrote: i read the book before i watched this movie. I must say it dose follow the book pretty closely.

Ethan K (ca) wrote: This lesser-known Disney film is more of a short film, but I personally think that it has some of the catchiest Latin-American tunes in a Disney film. For me, the most entertaining segment is "El Gaucho Goofy", and Donald Duck's "Lake Titicaca" is also quite fun and colorful. The only disappointment for me was that it was 42 minutes, and I was expecting much more of it.

Billy S (ru) wrote: Saw this when it first came out and thought it was try hard pretentious nonsensical bollocks but watched again recently and loved it. It doesn't even matter that nothing much happens or that it doesn't make any sense. It really is such an evocative, beautiful and spellbinding film. Its quite funny reading peoples angry reviews canning it because it has "no plot". If you want a plot you're totally watching the wrong film. Its like watching SAW and complaining that its too horrific. Once you let go of trying to understand this film its true beauty will be revealed.

Ashley P (ca) wrote: Not perfect, but well above average. The critics should go back and review this one again. Tom Selleck as the hero, Alan Rickman as the villain and Laura San Giacomo as comic-relief. It just doesn't get much better.