Tora-san, the Good Samaritan

Tora-san, the Good Samaritan

After a quarrel with his mother, Torajiro sets off to find a bride.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1971
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

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August C (kr) wrote: A weak follow up that is forgettable in its predictable action thriller format.

Tanya J (jp) wrote: Great physical acting by Cumberbatch

3568 C (gb) wrote: Have you ever seen an exorcism movie before? OK, then you've seen this one.

Ashiya L (jp) wrote: interesting... entertaining.. not great...

Heather M (fr) wrote: A fine animated adventure for adults.

Kieran L (ag) wrote: Some terrific performances particularly from Hoskins and Mirren. Enthralling viewing. Also watch out for a baby faced Pierce Brosnan and a prepubescent Dexter Fletcher.

Cherrie H (ag) wrote: really scared watch that it is good movie

Kim B (es) wrote: A stupid, wildly immature, misogynistic, and chauvinistic film. A stupid movie with cruel humor like this wouldn't fly nowadays thankfully. I dont mind offensive as long as the filmmakers are intelligent enough to realize it and make fun of themselves and not be assholes and bullies to ppl. This film however only seemed to pat itself on the back for behaving like a bunch of disgusting prick frat boy surgeons. On top of that the dialogue and one-dimension characters jumped all around. The ending with the football scene was so random and unbelievable. What a craptastic movie and i cant believe the show that was such a huge hit was based on this toilet humor. I cant be the only one who hated this film.

Ken S (fr) wrote: After witnessing the assassination of a French spy (who passes them some information), a couple's daughter is kidnapped by the assassins in order to ensure their silence. It's Hitchcock's classic gritty thriller. He would later remake this film with Jimmy Stewart, and I think that may be the better of the two, but this one has a dark grit that I definitely liked. Lorre is great, especially considering that he didn't speak a word of English during the shooting of this. Hitchcock clearly understood how to use sound in this earlier film, ensuring this one would make great use of it. Definitely a solid noir thriller from the Hitch.

Jeffrey N (gb) wrote: Comedy is hard. The hardest, so I hear. When you are at the top of your game as a comedian, you should be able to act. So when comedians like Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler and, in this case, Will Ferrell, attempt drama, assuming the script is right, it should work, but it doesn't always turn out that way. While the script to "Everything Must Go" isn't perfect, Will's performance is darn close. He doesn't, at any point, try to morph into the Will we have come to know in his comedic roles. The story is sad, depressing and real. And Will plays the role perfectly. I feel his sadness, depression, progression through the stages he's moving through as a result of enduring a lot in such a short time. For a many who can command so much in his film roles, I truly hope he does more low-budget, well-written roles like this. He's worth it.

Kaden K (br) wrote: This is my favorite Movie ever! Just the way it is directed makes me love this movie more than The Empire Strikes Back. It is edited very very well for its time 1983. The story ended great and no Star Wars movies where made until the Prequels.

Simon H (de) wrote: What load of crap! Shots fired everywhere and yet miss all the good guys! In there desperate effort to get the " Get yer trousers on yor nicked" quip they say it to a baddie out jogging in shorts. They chase him in is car through miles of fields and then shout the immortal line at him. Why? He is out running, why would he be carrying his trousers? Lazy.

Robert I (mx) wrote: My five star rating is for the TV extended version. Very intelligent teen horror film. Great cast.