Johnny St. James was a young seminary student who lost his wife to a drunk driver. With his reason for living gone, John lost his faith and turned to alcohol. Ten years later, John is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Worth: The Testimony of Johnny St. James
Johnny St. James was a young seminary student who lost his wife to a drunk driver. With his reason for living gone, John lost his faith and turned to alcohol. Ten years later, John is ...
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Jake B (us) wrote: Really, really loved this.
Julien G (us) wrote: Le scenario est completement delirant et la mise en scene est geniale. Excellente surprise technique.
Graham M (de) wrote: The story revolves around two young manga artists who meet and fall in love. The first, Aoki Mon (Matsuda Ryuhei), creates manga by painting on stones. Not surprisingly, Mon's work fails to sell, and everybody encourages him to produce something more conventional. However, Mon is determined not to give up his dream of having his artwork recognised. The second is Akashi Koino (Sakai Wakana), who escapes the drudgery of her life as an office lady by drawing manga and dressing up as her favourite characters. Of course, in the best traditions of romantic manga, the two overcome the obstacles in their path in order to be together. The director, Matsuo Suzuki, also appears in the film as Marimodo, a cynical ex-manga artist who now runs a manga cafe. Matsuo has created a quirky and enjoyable film. Many of the sequences are shot in the style of a manga comic strip with characters occasionally doing seemingly impossible things. No doubt the film also contains many references to popular manga, but the comedy is still accesible enough for non-devotees such as myself to appreciate.
Jim M (gb) wrote: Steve Sahn is hilarious.-Jim
Teena D (de) wrote: Interesting behind the scenes look at wrestling and how it affects the families.
Amr M (au) wrote: Here I quote the review of a used called at IMDB: "A man out of time finds the way back in. And so, too, do we. Films about such big subjects, metaphysical, quasi-metaphysical, or near metaphysical, can't afford to be petty. So this one meanders, lays a loose and light hand on its subject, finds and follows it by a process of mutual discovery, audience and film maker wandering an unknown road, led by faith in a final destination."This is really not the kind of movie you will wanna watch if you don't like metaphysics and brain work!
Kelsey H (jp) wrote: finest film ever made - pants down.
Joe B (us) wrote: This is a darn good movie. Good ending. Worth a box of popcorn.
Richard L (it) wrote: Classic Alda film. It's amazing how great acting and good writing can make a movie with one location and two actors seem very entertaining. A great love story, one that shows how people/couples change dramatically over time.
Marlene M (fr) wrote: Kubrick gave us his last film, and many may say it's not so good compared to others, but I think it has all the possible factos to become a future classic.
(gb) wrote: My absolute favorite movie!!! This movie had me laughing almost every mintue and really enjoying all of the characters. There was comedy in almost every scene and it was action packed. John Hughes has outdone himself again. Bravo!