Tora-san's Island Encounter

Tora-san's Island Encounter

Tora-san's family's neighbor, Akemi, who had been married in Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984), runs away from her husband, who is only interested in work. Tora-san follows her to Shikinejima, and attempts to bring her back to her home. In doing so he encounters a school-reunion group who are traveling to meet their elementary school teacher, which is a reference to the film Twenty-Four Eyes by Keisuke Kinoshita. Tora-san joins them and falls in love with the teacher.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1985
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

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Jake G (de) wrote: Much better funny movie

Kevin R (au) wrote: You're going to read it for me.An aging lady is asked to come out to the countryside to sign the paperwork to sell her family home. As she arrives memories rush back into her head of when her family purchased the home after a strange scientist's experiments went wrong in the barn. The scientist left behind a strange boy with unique qualities. The older woman and her time with the strange boy unfolds as goes through a series of flashbacks..."In the barn outside he kept coyotes or wolves of some sort..."Jo Sung-Hee, director of Nice Shorts and End of Animal, delivers A Werewolf Boy. The storyline for this film is a unique coming of age love story with some horror/thriller elements sprinkled throughout the tale. I loved how the plot came together, despite being very farfetched. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Bo-yeong Park, Joong-Ki Song, and Yeong-ran Lee."There is something outside."I came across this picture on Netflix and thought it would be an interesting picture to watch. There were some cool and unique sequences and I did think the end was clever. There were a lot of interesting plot twists, especially at the end, and this does conclude well. This isn't a perfect movie, but it is worth a viewing."You have a telephone too?"Grade: B-/B

Josh G (jp) wrote: "The corporate sponsored creation of a disease."Gotta wonder how much of this b.s. goes on.

Nikolaj Z (gb) wrote: The feature is nearly 40 minutes long, and about half the presentation is a dramatic representation of archaelogists uncovering fossils and "exploring" the story of a specific set... which finally allows viewers to see what they want to see: the CGI sea monsters.About the only thing keeping this rating up to two stars is the fact that the visual imagery (along with the monster animations) are so bright, clear, crisp, and vivid; Wonderful Eye Candy!

Delaine L (it) wrote: Billy Crudup does an excellent job portraying an obsessive-compulsive writer of children books. Mandy Moore's performance is somewhat lack-luster. Although a somewhat predictable plot - this movie is well worth watching - especially for Crudup's performance.

Peerawee P (gb) wrote: jut about as bad as it gets~

Tim W (mx) wrote: Ha , very dated. Fast and tense, but pretty campy and ludicrous. It was entertaining though, amusing even. Good but not great, though Farrell put on a good performance. A guilty pleasure.

Jurgita I (kr) wrote: :D good evening comedy

Michael M (ag) wrote: Fun early 90's time capsule.

Alexandria J (jp) wrote: Look at the cover! Cute isn't it? So you think it's going to be a pretty good film?Well, it's not. And there are many reasons why! The small 9-year-old girl who appears to be sweet, has a Mary-Kate and Ashley voice, and even cutesy is a precocious child who, which appears tries too hard to be as good as Culkin's character in "Home Alone". She is not likable. It's just an unbearable cutesy film that is like Shirley Temple's "Curly Top" but has failed to be a good movie. The characters are quite cheesy, the direction is horrible. Porter did a pretty good job on her character, though none of the movie was funny.Sue was an annoying character. And in the car accident scene, Why did Sue have to cry and say that she killed her father? She could've at least wait until he was okay before she welled up.

Kostas T (jp) wrote: gouestern perissotero omws kwmwdia me enan aksexasto Wayne!!!!!!!!

Silke B (kr) wrote: hm...hard to say anything. lots of logical mistakes, but it is funny! and at least it's Joan Blondell.

Paul A (ca) wrote: I'll be honest. I only watched this because of Beyonce.

Nicki T (jp) wrote: Love this husband and I danced to the theme song' after all' at our wedding

Jennifer S (gb) wrote: not the best...but it has Williams, so it's always good!

Amanda C (us) wrote: Misty Copeland has almost singlehandedly made ballet cool. She has also started a mainstream conversation on what constitutes a ballerina within a world that is steeped in a history of colonialism and white supremacy. This makes Copeland a perfect subject to build a documentary around issues of body image and race that are so ingrained in the sport. Unfortunately director Nelson George never quite manages to decide if this is a film about Copeland herself, black ballerina's in general, or what it takes to be a ballerina. All of these subjects could have been integrated, by George never manages this feat. The result is a film that feels confused and muddled. The film also glosses over the more difficult parts of Copeland's life and career, which undercuts the message of the barriers that dancers of colour face in ballet. A Ballerina's Tale's saving grace is its subject. There is a reason that Copeland is as popular as she is. She is well spoken, charismatic and personable. It's hard not to enjoy watching her dance and train. The backstage shots of the ballet and the dance sequences are interesting for dance fans. But in the end, there is not enough substance to make A Ballerina's Tale work.

Brandon V (br) wrote: Ben Mankiewicz cried during this movie.

Lucas M (au) wrote: Malcovich gives one of the best performances of his career, yet it feels wasted to the generic plot and predictable antics from Eastwood.