Cyborg Girl

Cyborg Girl

Jiro is a lonely university student. One day he meets a beautiful and interesting woman who turns out to be a Cyborg lacking manners and emotions.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:asian,   love,   earthquake,  

Keisuke Koide is an ordinary lonely university student. One day he meets an beautiful and interesting woman. Unfortunately she is an Cyborg that lacks manners and emotions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cyborg Girl torrent reviews

Eliabeth R (au) wrote: Muy buena historia de las consecuencias de la homosexualidad en el ejercito norteamericano independientemente del genero que sea, no vale la dedicacin o la preparacin, totalmente recomendable

Ed K (ru) wrote: Just not funny, not sure how it got a 67% from the critics.

Panos Y (kr) wrote: Two idiots who you wouldn't trust to leave their front door in the morning decide to take the Transsiberian and to make a series of bad decisions and 'duh' behaviours... One of those films that you end up rooting for the bad guys.

Bill R (us) wrote: horrible dialog, and not a very scary movie. It goes more for jump scares, which can work if the suspense and timing are right but this had neither and you know when to expect it. pass.

Melanie D (de) wrote: Would've been reasonably watchable if it weren't for being so godawful bad. Across the board suffrage for the viewer, forget the characters. Even the deceptively decent acting is in fact miserably horrendous. Spectacular in it's unrelenting hatred for everything that is worthy in film and displays true transparency in trying to be otherwise. A mockery of honest cinema and an 'under the radar as bad as it gets' product. Well done, everyone.

Michael W (es) wrote: Whether it's my love for the surreal or this film's actual merits, I can't say. But I really loved this strange little gem.

Galvy F (ag) wrote: When not being human doesn't mean we don't share in the same librrties, rights and freedoms as any American have.