We Were There: First Love
"We Were Here" follows the 10 year romance between Yano Motoharu (Ikuta Toma) & Takahashi Nanami (Yoshitaka Yuriko). During their high school days, Yano Motoharu was the most popular boy in school, but can't get over the death of his girlfriend from a car crash. Takahashi Nanami falls in love with Yano Motoharu and must deal with his inability to let go of the past.
- Stars:Tôma Ikuta, Yuriko Yoshitaka, Sôsuke Takaoka, Yuika Motokariya, Narumi Akizuki, Yumi Asô, Atsunori Fujii, Ayaka Komatsu, Jun'na Matsushima, Risa Sudô, Hirona Yamazaki,
- Director:Takahiro Miki,
- Writer:Yûki Obata (manga), Tomoko Yoshida (screenplay)
"We Were There" follows the 10 year romance between Motoharu Yano (Toma Ikuta) & Nanami Takahashi (Yuriko Yoshitaka). During their high school days, Motoharu Yano was the most popular boy in school, but can't get over the death of his girlfriend from a car crash. Nanami Takahashi falls in love with Motoharu Yano and must deals with his inability to let go of the past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
We Were There: First Love torrent reviews
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(fr) wrote: though the movie had a premise that was interesting enough, after a while you realize that the slow pace of the story is leading you to anywhere but a predictable ending
(it) wrote: Propelled by geysers of blood and tidal waves of neuroses, Tokyo Gore Police plumbs wounds both cultural and physical to deliver splatterific social satire.
(ru) wrote: Kanske inte det bsta jag sett, tyvrr. Hade hgre frvntningar p denna.
(kr) wrote: Very unique more people need to see this very creative and enjoyable Buster Keaton would aprove no doubt
(ru) wrote: "Sometimes a lost cause is the only cause worth fighting for"
(jp) wrote: Really good movie. Loved the young all-star cast. Brendan Sexton, III has never been given the credit he deserves for his roles.
(br) wrote: Twas pretty damn awful.
(es) wrote: James Mason plays a school teacher who becomes addicted to, and misuses, life-saving prescription drugs. The effects of his drug-induced psychosis on his family and those around him are shown in a way that is very unlike most 1950s films I have seen, the only disappointment was a very 1950s (spoiler alert) happy ending.
(jp) wrote: Banderas and Woody have a strange chemistry but Play It To the Bone is a poorly pieced together film that has little to say and poor choreography.
(ag) wrote: Disappointing. This rebooted sequel to Richard Donner's classic is by no means a bad film but its by no means a great film either. I will give Brian Singer credit for trying but the problem is that there isn't really any sense of fun, action, or excitement in the film. It's very gloomy and downbeat and doesn't lift your spirits at all. The tone was most likely changed to suit a more realistic feel to appeal to a new generation but it should've been aimed for young teenagers and new comers who were going to see it. Even Superman 3 does a better job then that. Jus watch Christopher Reeve's put on the suit and that will put a smile on anyone's face. I appreciate what the X-Men director was trying to do but unfortunately the film lacks a lot of luster.
(es) wrote: this is the best movie ever!!!!! It made me laugh sooooo hard, that I almost peed my pants!!!
(ca) wrote: What a boring movie.They tried to make it cool with that mysterious film noir style but it was just weird. You have the amazing couple Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth and they play two unexciting, too melodramatic. What a waste
(au) wrote: I was totally on board with this until the last 20 minutes or so when it devolves into goofy action movie tropes. What a shame. Denzel Washington is incredible, see it for his performance and a handful of truly memorable scenes.