Gamera the Brave

Gamera the Brave

Toru Aizawa, a 11 year old boy suddenly finds a tiny egg on a red mysterious stone. the egg hatches and comes out an abnormal little turtle (Toto) which not only grows rapidly, but also flies in the air and even blows fireballs. At the meantime, a series of mysterious ship wrecks are reported. Later on, even more disasters happen when a huge evil ferocious monster Lizard (Zeus) suddenly comes out from the sea and attacks, wrecks and demolishes the world. the last hope of mankind relies on the friendly great monster, Gamera, which looks similar to Toto, but disappeared 33 years ago. Is Toto the descendant of Gamera? is Toto able to fight against the huge evil?

In 1973, Gamera sacrifices his life to rid the world of the Gyaos once and for all. Thirty-three years later, a small boy, whose father witnessed the 1973 event, named Toru finds a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gamera the Brave torrent reviews

Justin G (ru) wrote: Pryor was frail but Wilder carried it dutifully.

Jeff Y (jp) wrote: Pretty light stuff, but worth a look if nothing else but to enjoy something else directed by Ivan Reitman!

Judes C (br) wrote: extremly raunchy film. but the guy with long hair is hot!!

Kevin M W (fr) wrote: There's lotsa blondie beach babes shaking they groove thang here (and lotsa times when the camera just sorta slowly meanders down thataway to show you lest you forgot) ... and thankfully too, cause this ain't got much anything better in this mid-1960's style teen exploitation go round.

Laura V (es) wrote: so freakin' romanitc...

David B (it) wrote: Engaging black 'comedy' about a psychotic Forrest Gump-like orphan who goes on a rampage to find his parents, although the funny moments are few and far in between the depictions of dysfunctional family life, drugs, sex and shocking violence; this film has some really great, original camera work and an awesome soundtrack (including some 'Noir desir')

Greg W (ca) wrote: well crafted & acted vampire pic

Dillon L (us) wrote: a classic hands down the best Superman movie ever