Tora-san, the Intellectual
Tora-san is inspired to pursue an education after a visit to the grave of a woman he met years ago. When he returns to Shibamata with the intent to study, he falls for Toraya's new tenant instead.
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Rick D (mx) wrote: I love nothing more than a good horror film. It's tough to wade through the garbage horror attempts, but this one really delivers. Strong characters are what makes a horror movie stand above the rest, and Stake Land has them in spades. I highly recommend for any fan of the genre.
WS W (kr) wrote: Very Hollywood constructed only by replacing with Chinese own ingredients. The thing is, it is so over-boiled, even hard-boiled sometimes.
Janna L (de) wrote: "Flight of the Director of Human Resources," according to Google Translate!
Petros T (de) wrote: The first half is rather slow and mildly captivating but definitely succeeds in exciting the viewer's interest. The second half is arguably superior, mostly thanks to the pumping action sequences. Saoirse Ronan makes for a very good lead and practically carries the film on her shoulders. The ending, part-lazy and part-pretentious, was a disappointment, but overall "Hanna" is a worthwhile film, its questionably successful attempts to juggle different moods balanced by the notable thrills.
Metta C (ag) wrote: AHHHHH SHITTTT AHHHHHHHHH
Tyce E (ca) wrote: a movie i wish i have never seen
Andrew K (fr) wrote: I am always a sucker for anything in the spy-action-thriller genres. I am glad I finally got around to watching this.
Marco A (kr) wrote: so dumb its hilarious, Mick Jagger is the ultimate bad guy cheese ...lol
Elio V (gb) wrote: good italian humour and an intelligent film.
Geoff O (it) wrote: Not as good as the first but still good.
Greg W (kr) wrote: even devil times ten wouldn't b enough 2 salvage this mess.
Ken D (gb) wrote: Life learning stuff that one needs to get by in Life
Bheema D (ag) wrote: Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphey and John Landis. It would have to be pretty damn good.
Mark D (fr) wrote: Was a good 80s movie. It doesn't wow me like other films but I likes the story line to it.
stu b (ag) wrote: This film begs the question, don't people in England ever eat with their knives anymore? Obviously pandering to an American audience, this was the first thing that annoyed me. But the worst thing is, all the creepy music and build up leading to such an obvious ending, I didn't want to believe the reviews I read saying that the ending was predictable, but it was.Along with the Thomas Newman/Keith Kenniff copycat music, this film was a deep disappointment. Please adopt children rather than make a convoluted idiot abduction plan, far easier.