Executive Koala

Executive Koala

Minoru Kawasaki directs this comedic psychological thriller that follows a large koala as he looks for help from several of his closest friends, which include a giant rabbit and frog. A hardworking executive at a pickle company, Mr. Tamura stands out from other employees because he's a koala bear who stands six feet tall. When his human girlfriend is found murdered, the blackout-prone Tamura goes on the run and tries to solve the mystery.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surrealism,   rape,   murder,  

Minoru Kawasaki directs this comedic psychological thriller that follows a large koala as he looks for help from several of his closest friends, which include a giant rabbit and frog. A hardworking executive at a pickle company, Mr. Tamura stands out from other employees because he's a koala bear who stands six feet tall. When his human girlfriend is found murdered, the blackout-prone Tamura goes on the run and tries to solve the mystery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JY S (ru) wrote: Wong Jing's Treasure Inn screams wuxia comedy all over.This picture contains a straightforward plot that has difficulty filling its 90+ minute run time. Sandwiched between a decent first act and an action-filled finale is a lot of nonsense just used to lengthen this production. Sure, it's a comedy, but when the laughs are a few, it becomes a waste of time.The action is pretty good and it serves as a savior for this picture. There are a few segments with typical wire fighting, but this film does have its share of eccentric engagements as well. Watching "Acoustic Power" being played on a lute is quite the amusement.Nick Cheung and his goofy teeth are only worth a few chuckles. Nick Tse's performance seems a bit more suitable for a serious film rather than a comedic one. Charlene Choi and Huang Yi are a bit much to handle. The latter is more tolerable. The lovely Liu Yang is one of the more enjoyable of the bunch along with Tong Dawei.Treasure Inn doesn't offer a whole lot outside of a film of this caliber, but it manages to get by.

Liam D (es) wrote: This film is a trainwreck of bad filmmaking and should be avoided at all costs. A phenomenally boring and uninteresting main lead who doesn't drive the narrative anyway. He merely wanders around and somehow all the mysteries are told to him, even though he doesn't react to anything going or told to him.And that might be tolerable if the film was actually interesting in the story it was telling. But it is not, it takes what (you eventually learn) could have been a dark story and makes you care so little about that you are just waiting for it to end so you never have to go back to it ever again.Also, the ending will make you want to punch the writer for being a bloody idiot.

Geoffrey T (jp) wrote: Thai Romantic Comedies are on the surge! :D

Kyle B (au) wrote: Fantastic movie, though it gets pretty cliche at times and it gets pretty dull in the third act. Luckily, the acting and the writing saves the film, in the end.

Alastair H (kr) wrote: Perhaps a tiny bit better than species 2 but this is still a pretty cheap looking movie with terrible writing. Amelia Cooke was the best thing in this film and she doesn't appear until the last third of the film! (7.12.12).

Ben T (ag) wrote: Great, fun sweet movie for all the family, one of the best films I've seen in years!

Jonathan D (kr) wrote: I enjoyed this one. It has a very solid ending and easy to follow story line. Great performances by the entire cast. It's not going down as a classic, but still worth a watch.

Joseph W (kr) wrote: Without a doubt, one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. More than any of their other films, proved to me that Peter Jackson and Costa Botes truly are a pair of geniuses.

Hiroakis M (nl) wrote: Very important film for my life. I checked all books about Camile Claudel in Japan. This is Adjani's best work. Also, I have to say the music for this flim by Gabriel Yared is the best film music. Attention! for Japanese??????????????????????????????????????????????VHS??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Rosco B (it) wrote: Another one I loved as a youth. It was titled "The Butterfly Revolution" on my unnecessarily bulky VHS ex-rental copy, that was far too big for my video shelf. (Remember them?)

Hannah D (es) wrote: Offensive and stupid with ridiculous nudity scenes

Muffin M (it) wrote: Need this for my DVD collection, if the movie is ever released in Australia.

Trevor K (ag) wrote: Beginners is a non linear narrative that starts out as a conventional romance movie that turns out to be an unconventional romance movie. McGregor's and Laurent's chemistry with one another is so natural and both give great performances (Plummer is also fantastic). The Dialogue is witty and the characters are charming and quirky. The way the story is structured and the way it's edited make it so that whenever it cuts back to what happened to McGregor's father it never feels jarring which is important when doing a non linear narrative.

Mvke S (kr) wrote: Mmmm. What's that. Ohhhh, yeah. No, I haven't been there. Where. There where. There. Today. No tomorrow. Yes. Sure. Foliage