Abashiri bangaichi: Bôkyô hen

Abashiri bangaichi: Bôkyô hen

Shin'Ichi returns home to visit his mother's grave. Upon returning he finds the mess that his previous reckless behavior left behind. His old boss, Asahi, was attacked after Shin'Ichi left and was forced to give up a lot of of his power.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:japan,   whistle,   yakuza,  

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Abashiri bangaichi: Bôkyô hen torrent reviews

Agus B (jp) wrote: es psima esta pelicula,las voces de seth green y joan cusack no estan mal pero lo malo de esta porqueria es que tiene una animacin re pobre,simon wells y robert zemeckis son buenos directores, pero dirigiendo esta bazofia son muy malos directores.

Brad S (br) wrote: I guess this is probably a well made film, but the actions of the lead character are so frustrating that it just ruined it for me. Michelle Williams is excellent, but her character is a dope and just made the film pure frustration to watch. It starts with her on a road trip with limited funds, she has her dog and tries to shoplift some dog food, gets arrested, leave her dog tied-up at the store while she goes to jail, and the dog's gone when she gets back. I couldn't get past that for the whole movie, I mean all she has to do is say "I have my dog there"....anyways. Skip it!

Sean C (fr) wrote: How refeshing to see a pop biopic not follow the standard route of pomposity that the USA seem to favour when covering their 'legends' - see Ray and Walk The Line for the usual colour by numbers approach. Con O'Neill has energy to spare and nails the insecure, paranoid Joe Meek in an enjoyable performance. Director Nick Moran makes the most of the limited budget by employing a great cast. Pam Ferris is wonderful and Kevin Spacey is as always, completely watchable. There's plenty of laughs to be had however towards the end I felt things could have been wrapped up a little sooner, nevertheless this is warmly recommended.

Josh G (ru) wrote: way funnier than i thought. laughing at some of the more "edgy" jokes can only mean instant damnation.

James F (de) wrote: A great study of the lives of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold before and during the the columbine massacre. Although the hand held camcorder filming can get a bit annoying but if you looking for a good film based on columbine, this is the one.

Greg D (de) wrote: Fun buddy-college-stoner flick. A dark comedy with some very messed up individuals. Mark-Paul Gosselaar (famous for the role of Zack from Saved By the Bell) was in a very different role from that..which I liked. Plus, I used to have a crush on MPG as kid :P..............btw, not a gay film per se, but lots of gay vibes from the two main guys....a late 90s Bromance

Karen (mx) wrote: this one makes you think,could it happen.

Drago C (us) wrote: An enjoyably terrible movie that everybody who likes bad movies, ninjas and Sho Kosugi shouldn't miss.

Grant H (br) wrote: Bad movie. Despite utilizing some of the successful aspects from the first film, the film has no solid plot or character development, resulting in a repetitive and uninspired sequel that features solid performances from Curtis and Pleasance.

Barton K (mx) wrote: I hadn't seen this movie in 20 years. I recently watched it and was amazed at how much I still liked it. Benji the dog is amazing and Chase is funny during his peak years. The Theme song by Paul MaCartney is great. One of those rare films that kids and adults can both enjoy. That's right I said I liked a Benji movie, suck it.

Simon T (fr) wrote: Utterly pedestrian Bond spoof, without the budget or wit. No wonder Bogarde shut the door on this kind of rubbish and moved over to Pinter, Losey and Visconti.

Benjamin S (gb) wrote: A true "Soap Opera" if there ever was one. With all the great cliches thrown in. Jane Wyman gives an outstanding performance as Helen who has the misfortune of having accidents whenever Bob Merrick (Rock Hudson) is around. Rock Hudson gives a perfectly marvelous performance that should have garnered him an Oscar nomination. Fine support from Barbara Rush, Agnes Moorehead and Otto Kruger. There is also a top notch score thrown in to give it that grandiose soap opera feel!

Andy T (us) wrote: Living basically on the great performances of its actors and David Mamet's solid script, Glengarry Glen Ross is one clever and compelling take on the world of sales.

Laura S (br) wrote: i hope it is really good I've only seen parts of it so i'm not sure what to expect.

Dan O (kr) wrote: There's something about this movie. The girl is smokin, the music is weird but good, and there are about a million actors in it that I know from other stuff.

Jillian S (es) wrote: had some funny parts