Tora-san Plays Daddy

Tora-san Plays Daddy

A playboy-gambler friend of Tora-san’s dies and, abandoned by his mother, his little boy suddenly turns up in Shibamata. Searching for the boy’s mother, Tora-san meets a cosmetics saleslady and the three become a surrogate family, with Tora-san as “daddy”.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

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Tora-san Plays Daddy torrent reviews

Lucie F (au) wrote: Nunca imaginei que um filme com Jonah Hill e Channing Tatum pudesse me fazer rir tanto - tambm gosto do primeiro filme. 3,5 de 5 estrelas.

Candice M (ag) wrote: Predictable. Edit was pretty poor. Malloy could not hold my attention.

Felipe T (gb) wrote: se tu curte arte de rua, graffiti e todas essas coisas, voc vai amar esse filme.

javier l (au) wrote: cant wait till I get married smh

Mariana A (ag) wrote: Though slow at times, and particularly at the beginning, I found the story gripping and quite a bit of it rather endearing.

Kate M (kr) wrote: Not that great, compares to the original animated special.

Nic H (nl) wrote: Very good. Go watch it if your were on the fence like me. An epic battle that cannot be beat!

(us) wrote: only one and perfect movie

Tim S (mx) wrote: Well, to say that Body Bags is a masterpiece may be overstating things a bit. It was a movie co-directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper, but it was mainly Carpenter who had the most influence on the movie. It was made for Showtime in 1993, and thanks to Scream Factory, is now on Blu-ray uncut for the first time. I love omnibus movies, so I was always keen on this one, especially with so many talented people behind and in front of the camera. Presenting the three stories is John Carpenter himself as a "dead mortician", a role that's pretty much Carpenter himself with no real character to it, but you also have roles by Stacy Keach, Mark Hamill, David Warner, Deborah Harry, Robert Carradine, Twiggy, David Naughton, Sheena Easton, and Tom Arnold. Not to be forgotten are cameos by Wes Craven, Sam Raimi and Tobe Hooper, as well. It's really a who's who of talent on display, with lots of other familiar faces here and there. All three stories are great and have different flavors to them. The first, "The Gas Station", is a standard slasher. The second, "Hair", is more of an amusing good time in tune with something like Creepshow. And finally the third, "The Eye", is the most effective and the darkest of the three. All of the performances are good, especially from Stacy Keach and Mark Hamill. I wouldn't say that it's one of the strongest horror anthology films out there, but it's definitely one that knows how to have a good time.

Russ B (es) wrote: 12/21/2015: Ok. I couple of funny moments, but mostly disappointing.

Robert I (ag) wrote: This movie is damn awesome!

Eric H (br) wrote: A little bland. Also not crazy on movies where the journalist bangs a way into a story. Hugh Jackman, Woody Allen, Scarlett Johansson, I thought I was in for a treat. But you buried a lede that even your ghostly characters couldn't resurface.