In 1870's Tokyo, Den steals to support the daughter of her first marriage and her consumptive second husband. She falls in love with a young policeman, but is coerced into becoming the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dokufu Takahashi Oden
In 1870's Tokyo, Den steals to support the daughter of her first marriage and her consumptive second husband. She falls in love with a young policeman, but is coerced into becoming the ...
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marc c (us) wrote: Did not like it at first cause I am a big fan of the original series and especially did not like the acting of a particular sidekick in the movie that I will not discuss here, However after saying that FN2 has a charm about it that grows on you. Maybe not a worthy successor of the original but good enough to stand on its 0wn.
Christopher V (it) wrote: A different way to view Ali. Great film.
Vaibhav W (ca) wrote: A comedy set in a small village and dealing with the battle of sexes, it is oddly charming. Great background score as well!
Nadja A (nl) wrote: Gar nicht realisiert, dass im Vergleich zu den spteren Filmen ja sehr wenig Tanz vorkommt. Die wenigen Tanzszenen sind aber immer noch toll. Bleibt bei drei Sternen. (Mai 2014)---awesome dance scenes! story is nothing new but all in all it was good entertainment. i enjoyed watching it. (April 6, 2008)
Mina B (us) wrote: Seriously the best movie ever I will paint my room holes wallpaper best movie ever I will buy a DVD then get it signed by the cast I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!)??
John T (us) wrote: A really good look at why you shouldn't do drugs... at least not the hard ones anyways. It showed how people will do anything for a quick high.
Cain L (ru) wrote: Great in some parts, such as the acting and the battle scenes, but too slow and dry in other parts, such as the pace and story.
Oliver H (fr) wrote: A marriage on the rocks.. Marvelous performances from Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep. Worth a while! :-)
Grant G (kr) wrote: Refreshingly Unconventional And Entertainingly Absurd!
Bill T (mx) wrote: Slow moving Haunted house tale here, that has some jolts here and there, but generally creaks along with the house. Ian Oglivy stars as the husband, and Peter Cushing comes along later to provide help with whatever is ailing them, they're both pretty good, but Stephanie Beachem just chews up the scenery mostly. Great title, somewhat boring story.
Orion W (fr) wrote: As Fred said at the beginning, The Follies was never about story, it was about the era in which it takes place. the 1940s was a much different time than 1907, and I think Ziegfeld would have realized that even he couldn't pull off the kind of spectacles he used to. I don't think he would be able to get enough money to pull off kind of show that would top his last follies. I think he'd be satisfied to do something like this for the silver screen, because it may not be at his usual level, but the spirit was there.