Cold Fish

Cold Fish

Shamoto runs a small tropical fish shop. When his daughter Mitsuko is caught shoplifting at a grocery store a man named Murata steps in to settle things between the girl and the store manager. Murata also runs a tropical fish shop and he and Shamoto soon become friendly. However Murata hides many dark secrets behind his friendly face.

When Syamoto's teenage daughter is caught stealing, a generous middle-aged man helps resolve the situation. The man and his wife offer to have Syamoto's troublesome daughter work at their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cold Fish torrent reviews

Florent V (kr) wrote: Roman went to the Oktoberfest too.The rest: you know it. Or you don't. Nastassja Kinski, Samatha Geimer, Sharon Tate and a very disturbed man.

Lauri A (fr) wrote: Paul Rudd plays the character Peter, a man whose never had a best friend of the same gender. It never bothered him and its never been brought up in till his engagement. Now, it looks weird because he's engaged. He doesn't have any friends that are guys to tell the news too and he doesn't have a friend who he could make the best man. This is when he starts looking for potential men who could be the best man in his wedding. He tries all these things and it doesn't work, but then he meets Sydney. Sydney a down to earth guy whose honest, funny, and has alot of things in common with him.It turns tables when Sydney thinks Zooey isn't right for Peter and realizes this friend is going to get married off like the rest of his friends who left him and started their new lives. It's like watching a Judd Apatow film to be honest, who knows? Maybe he wrote the screen play. Eitherwho, it's a movie to watch. If you compare it to anything you can compare it to the "40 year old virgin".

Matty S (gb) wrote: A brilliant film form every vantage point. A must see.

Ida K (jp) wrote: This was ok but you can tell it was a made for TV movie!

Jess L (mx) wrote: Not as hilarious as I was led to believe/ thought it was going to be. Still consistently entertaining.

Kamil A (br) wrote: I like movies about biographies of people. Based on a true story. I liked the intersaction with "Ali" movie :) recommend to those who like boxing.

Joyleen G (ca) wrote: great performance by Guy Pearce... the movie was great but i didn't like the end!!!

Ole J (es) wrote: A very cute romantic story of a Brooklyn kid that finds love, meets his idol and all in all have a good time, with a lot of different people.

Manny C (au) wrote: Oh what delicious fun. Writer-director Francois Ozon brings out the beguiling best in eight rapturous French beauties in this fabulous comedy.The radiant legend Catherine Deneuve is just to die for as Gaby, isolated by snow in her country mansion with her husband, Marcel, dead from a stabbing in his back. Did Gaby do it? Or was it her mother, Mamy (Danielle Darrieux)? Or perhaps her daughters, Suzon (Virginie Ledoyen) and Catherine (Ludivine Sagnier), who hated Dad with a passion. Then there's Gaby's spinster sister Augustine (the amazing Isabelle Huppert) who also had her reasons. Same goes for Marcel's sister Pierrette (Fanny Ardant), not to mention housekeeper Madame Chanel (Firmine Richard) or the leggy-licious chambermaid, Louise (the beautiful Emmannuelle Beart).So what is a viewer to do with a sizzling plot like this that references all kinds of kinky 50's movies and laced with ardent eroticism. Well, sing. Each actress gets her own knockout number, the best being Huppert's drop dead sexy transformation. You also won't forget the epic catfight between Deneuve and Ardant. All eight women are outstanding. It's a tasty bonbon laced with acid wit.

Christopher H (kr) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most ridiculous plots ever! Besides the young and in-her-prime Reese Witherspoon and the extraordinary Alessandro Nivola, this film is lackluster and not worth the ending.

Gavin M (br) wrote: Funny and charming little spoof on older films and odd man out movie. What this loses in technique, it makes up in sheer wholesomeness. I must admit there were parts, both lines and references to older films that made me laugh out loud. The only thing that seemed to anger me is that movie began as a silent film, and the main character makes constant reference to the twenties, when really the film has more in common with the thirties. Just a minor nuisance though. Plus there was a musical number, so that made up for it.

James M (es) wrote: It's not the best action movie and is pretty much what you expect from a "bomb on a plane" story, but it does have a pretty good twist about halfway through which not many saw coming. It's no Die Hard, but it's better than most around its time.

Ross V (jp) wrote: Great start, weak finish

Pat H (br) wrote: Guilty pleasure! King Kong gets an artificial heart transplant! A GIANT artificial heart transplant.

Bill M (gb) wrote: The Chinese sure give the Brits a run for their money when it comes to pining.

Jenna I (br) wrote: I don't know if I really get the Lazenby Bond... he only felt remotely charming or interesting in the last five minutes. This movie itself is such a bizarre mashup of useless information too... what was the point of the whole hospital scene? Of the Countess and her father? While I watched it it was all amusing enough-I like the settings and all of the snow chases- but thinking about it the next day I feel like I barely remember what I watched.

Aaron M (ag) wrote: Childs Play is where it all started and it hasn't particularly aged well. That said its still the best in the franchise to date. Although its a ridiculous concepts, credit where its due, its innovative and works well. Where its sequels grows stupid, theres a sort of discipline to the original and because of that its a more suspenseful horror as a result. I find it difficult to find it scary or menacing due to the cliched shots and humour but its definitely entertaining to watch as Chucky becomes the terminator towards the end.