Brave Hearts: Umizaru

Brave Hearts: Umizaru

Mika (Riisa Naka) is a flight attendant on board an airplane scheduled to land at Haneda Airport. On the way to the airport the airplane's engine starts to burn. In order to save the 346 people on board the airplane, sea marshall Daisuke Senzaki (Hideaki Ito) and his team are called into action ...

Mika (Riisa Naka) is a flight attendant on board an airplane scheduled to land at Haneda Airport. On the way to the airport the airplane's engine starts to burn. In order to save the 346 people on board the airplane, sea marshall Daisuke Senzaki (Hideaki Ito) and his team are called into action ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Brave Hearts: Umizaru torrent reviews

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Written and directed by John Turturro, whose directorial credits so far are Mac (1992), Illuminata (1998), Romance & Cigarettes (2005) and Passione (2010). For his latest film, he's created an absurb and gently silly romantic comedy drama, that is a buddy film at it's core, but it also has a touching love triangle at its core. It has a lot of colourful characters on display throughout of all creeds. In New York, bookshop owner Murray (Woody Allen) needs money, his store has just closed and wants a nest-egg for his later years, after an encounter with his dermatologist Dr. Parker (Sharon Stone), who needs a man for a mnage trois with her friend Selima (Sofa Vergara), Murray suggests his friend Fioravante (Turturro), who is also in need of cash. Fioravante is reluctant at first, but a little enterprise comes of it. When Murray meets Avigal (Vanessa Paradis), the attractive widow of an Hassidic rabbi, Murray recommends she goes to Fioravante for a massage, but cop Dovi (Liev Schreiber), becomes suspicious of what's going on. It is a light and breezy film, and it's not perfect, but it's an enjoyable enough romp to pass the time, and it is quite ridiculous, especially when the film pokes light fun at Jewish traditions and their devoutness. But, if anything, this is proof, once and for all, that Woody Allen can give a good performances outside his own films.

jamie k (au) wrote: King Kelly is a wonderfully terrifying depiction of Generation Me's narcissism. It makes you want to throw your iPhone in the nearest garbage dump, but then you end up reviewing the film from your iPhone, feeling ashamed. It definitely begs us to take a look at the self-involvement and excessive connectedness that comes along with technology and consider what happens when that gets into the hands of the impulsivity of our adolescents. Scary, scary, scary.

Ted W (gb) wrote: Effective little shocker with a very good performance by Barbara Hershey. A bit odd as far as subject matter, but everyone takes it so seriously that it can't help but get tense at some points. Also, it's nice to see a horror movie directed by someone with a sense of shot composition instead of the found-footage craze and just herky-jerky handheld all the time.

Timm S (au) wrote: It Is A Semi-Carbon Copy Of Cars & For That Reason It Rates Lower, But By No Means Is It The Worst Of What Is Out There. There Is All The Usual Story-Line Ingredients, Laughs, Good-Vibes & An Underdog Story With Heart.. So Really, It's Not All That Bad. I Think The Critics Were Too Harsh.

Dean M (ca) wrote: World War I movies are few and far between. This may be due to the power of American cinema and its love of all things WWII. Whatever the reason this means there are many untold stories to be explored from the great war and this is one of them. It's about a bunch of aussies digging under the german lines and blowing them all to kingdom come. This movie doesn't deliver on the horrors of war, but rather focuses on the men involved. The cast do an excellent job andthe production is high quality with a lot of work going into recreating the trenches and battlefields. The plot is engaging but I was somewhat disappointed to find that when we arrive at Hill 60 all the mining and preparation had been done. All that was required was some plumbing and to press the plunger which left me feeling somewhat detached. Like The Bridge On The River Kwai, it's the effort involved and its ultimate destruction that really draws you in. One more minor gripe was the explosion itself. Maybe it was just me but the biggest man made explosion in history was a bit of a fizzer in the effects department. I expected and hoped for a much bigger spectacle but maybe I'm missing the point here. These points aside it is still an excellent movie that easily sits alongside Gallipoli and Breaker Morant.

Jenn T (de) wrote: Extremely low budget, the acting and dialogue didn't help much.


Eliabeth R (it) wrote: Pelcula francesa en la cual un exconvicto tratando de regenerarse es testigo de un crimen que termina cambiando toda su vida, lenta pero se puede ver

John Mikkiah T (kr) wrote: The movie is fantastic! Great Animation with fantastic story & characters! Very action packed!

James R (fr) wrote: This is a more charecter driven film and lt came out around the same time as Platoon did,which is a similar type of film.

Dann M (jp) wrote: The family comedy Summer Rental delivers some good laughs and fun times, but it's completely forgettable. The story follows an air traffic controller who's forced to take a vacation, but the vacation turns out to be more trouble than it's worth as everything that can go wrong does go wrong. The cast includes John Candy, Karen Austin, Kerri Green, and Rip Torn, but they're stuck in stereotypical roles that prevent them from doing much. Predictable and formulaic, Summer Rental fails to distinguish itself from the run-of-the mill vacation comedy.

Steve B (br) wrote: A much dated classic and early movie for Michael Caine and Julie Walters but a movie with substance and more of a reality check of life in general and what could or does happen. 'Rita/Susan' a young girl under 30 who just wishes to find and educate herself instead of getting pregnant early, hanging at home and around the local boozer as 'Denny' would have her do. You do get the feeling throughout how this movie does fit and make the good stage production, not that I've seen this as a live perfromance. It does have some humourous scenes, what with 'Rita's' chat and quirky manner and 'Bryant's' drunkeness! A steady-going and warm-hearted movie with a simple storyline, nothing to complex. In my opinion I even have a fondness for the theme and soudtrack.

Giuseppe P (gb) wrote: En italien il reste gnial...

Tanner B (ca) wrote: Singin' in the Rain (1952) C-102m. ???? D: Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly. The greatest (and most entertaining) movie musical of all-time. Silent film production company and its cast make a difficult transition to sound; Kelly, O'Connor, Reynolds, and especially Hagen are all first-rate. An American classic in every respect, with songs "Good Morning", "All I Do Is Dream of You", and title tune the highlights. Simply wonderful.

Max M (gb) wrote: Wild and kooky. Interesting plot. A must see. Highly action packed.

KweenKay G (br) wrote: Despite my beloved Evan Peters, who I nicknamed the Prince of Horror, being in this movie it sucked greatly. They even had childish gambino in it although most know him from the tv Community. The movie had plenty potholes and overall didn't make sense. Maybe I'm wrong sometimes it takes a better eye to see things clear.

intuciic (fr) wrote: quite silly vampire movie parody

Adam S (gb) wrote: Apologies to all the comic book nerds I'm going to enrage here but - this film is worse than Joel Schumacher's famous flop, "Batman & Robin".The young (at the time) unknown cast, including Colin Farrell, put in their all, but it's not enough to make viewers forget that we've seen this "people in the military are dicks" storyline a billion times before. And while I'm sure some of this stuff exists, it is just a Hollywood cliche now. Which is disappointing.In the end, not much more than a snoozefest.