Younger Brother

Younger Brother

Set in 1926 when Japanese tradition was much stronger, this standard drama looks at the inner workings of a small family, especially the relationship between a sister and brother.

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Kieran F (fr) wrote: Not your standard ending to a film but nice all the same, they tried to be with each other but in the end they were happier apart and found the right person for each other too, happiness

Tyler E (kr) wrote: The third installment in the popular ghost mock-doc polishes elements from the previous two films and adds even more scares. While there are many nods to its predecessors, Paranormal Activity 3 works just as well on its own. [A-]

Jerico T (es) wrote: weird film again which signifies that a metallica rockstar is satan.

Jeffrey B (fr) wrote: A great documentary about the ways of Sun Tzu's book: the Art of War. Its philosophy teaches us the ways of life & death.

Lesly N (mx) wrote: so good. different twist,

Anthony V (kr) wrote: Starts out as just another action film, but then progresses into a Buddhist parable(!).

Lee M (us) wrote: This melancholy, insightfully scripted coming-of-age drama is moving without being manipulative and makes an assured calling card for writer-director Karen Moncrieff.

Elgan D (br) wrote: A simple but pleasant little film. The scenes set in the forties are the weakest mainly because the young actors aren't up to the considerable standard of the old heads.

Kyle B (kr) wrote: The best World War ll movie I have ever seen. Interesting to see from the German's side.. Illuminating

Russell F (jp) wrote: Corporate affairs and office politics have never been so dirty. If sex is a weapon, Demi Moore is the most dangerous femme fatale of all

Russ B (it) wrote: 12/29/2015: Wow, that was a horrible film!

Jacob L (de) wrote: This film is such an unpleasant, tasteless and for the most part an uninspired rip-off of the film Friday the 13. The only reason that this isn't given a one star is the original somewhat creative ending. But even that is a bit tasteless and overall doesn't save the movie from being undesirable in my opinion. Igive it 2 stars out of 5.

Richard D (fr) wrote: This is pretty typical for a TV movie of this period. It's a completely overrought look at the problem of the week .... in this case, the dangerous world of fantasy role playing. It seems that folks who play these games have trouble distinguishing fantasy from reality ... or at least Tom Hanks does. He suffers from some completely unexplained neurosis that leads him to think he's his RPG character and to treck off to New York and to stab muggers. Hanks was nearing the end of his run on "Bosom Buddies" and this plays like an attempt to get himself taken more seriously ... he cries a lot and acts the hell out of his scenes. The film also stars Chris Makepeace, desperately trying to extend "Meatballs" and "My Bodyguard" into a real career, and Wendy Crewson, who nobody has heard of, but she's from Winnipeg so hats off to Crewson.

Bill B (au) wrote: This is one of the few more iconic Blaxploitation films that had eluded me up to this point, so I finally gave this one a day in court and was pleased to have any number of later generation film tropes or references suddenly fall into place as I saw where it originated from.A lot of fun, and well worth a look.Recommended.

Robert T (jp) wrote: A quiet yet absorbing movie which explores the dynamics of a husband and wife living in post-war Osaka. The wife, a Tokyo native following her husband finds herself at crisis point trying to cope with displacement, domestic drudgery, bleak future horizons and little money. The arrival of her husband's attractive niece strains everybody, and the wife takes off to Tokyo to find herself. Surprisingly modern in certain aspects, this movie is also a fascinating historical document of a Japan long since vanished.

Tony P (de) wrote: Abysmal big screen adaptation of the genius UK/Irish television comedy show.These films are always such a let down as the viewer compares the film to its small screen counterpart (despite viewing the film on the small screen).There was a glut of such TV to film adaptations in the 1970s. (Porridge, Bless This House, On The Buses etc.).Nowadays we are left with drivel like this or Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.