Tora-san Loves an Artist

Tora-san Loves an Artist

Tora-San returns to Shibamata just before his family leaves on a trip for Kyushu. Later, he encounters an old school chum and begins to have feeling for his artist sister.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

Tora-San returns to Shibamata just before his family leaves on a trip for Kyushu. Later, he encounters an old school chum and begins to have feeling for his artist sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Robyn N (kr) wrote: "GasLand" backs up its agenda with a comprehensive case of evidence with a sense of humor that inspires the audience into action

Thullin K (es) wrote: On the fo realla......... it's a twisted and off the wall movie, not sure i get the full meaning of all the imagery, but the acting was appaulingly sincere and well performed.

James G (it) wrote: The biggest problem with this film is understanding what everyone is saying. The dialogue is almost incomprehensible - eccentric, slurred and too rapid. That aside, it was an absorbing film. Watch with the subtitles on.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: Val Kilmer does a good job but i wasnt 2 fascinated by the film

Denise K (ag) wrote: If you like his type of movies you'll like it. It's enjoyable. It's a love story and action comedy at the same time. The female character was a bit over the top, but I think that's what foreign audiences expect? I'm not sure. Otherwise, I like this guy. The language barrier seemed to be no problem with this movie, adding to the hilarity. Apparently, lots of Japanese speak french - who knew? It's a good time on DVD!

Kevin W (nl) wrote: This is not Beowulf.

Nicki R (us) wrote: This movie is beautiful. Its beautifully framed, the scenes are rich in colour and texture and the characters are all visually appealing and well-chosen for their roles. Its one of those movies that you don't have to think too hard to enjoy but there are a few philosophical gems that you may find yourself thinking about for a little while afterward. The dialogue is a bit stilted and even when they're speaking English it sounds like its been dubbed, but that dialogue style is conveyed throughout consistently and if you can accept that, you'll get on fine with it. The film is shot in a manga-esque style, which I happen to like which also adds to its dubbed martial arts movie quality. The costumes and set pieces looked great and enhanced the visual experience.Overall something really cool to watch when you've had a bad day at work.The story is much like so many others. Boy meets girl and then it all goes horribly wrong (as things tend to do) and then there are bad guys, and other bad guys and the hero is a bad guy too. I loved it when I first watched it, a very long time ago and I still think its a beautiful story, awesomely told. Pure fantasy entertainment.

Ben H (de) wrote: Somewhat minor and rushed - nowhere near as good as Siegel's classic or Kaufman's superior 1978 remake - Ferrara's gooey-effects driven version is still entertaining, with it's cheap, trashy sensibility.

Brandon V (mx) wrote: So bad it's funny, very funny.

Brian S (fr) wrote: 7.5/10... Review coming.

Jake T (ru) wrote: A decent enough western, but worth watching just for Eastwood.

Pim C (ca) wrote: Middle eastern borefest, story and direction all over the shop, tedious watch, muddled story, the only enjoyable part was when it ended.

Aaron M (fr) wrote: Although atmospheric and greatly acted, Lords of Salem is incredibly boring. Don't get me wron there are some cool visuals and cinematography, but there is nothing scary. Lords of Salem is the worst offering from Rob Zombie.