Ginî piggu: Manhôru no naka no ningyo

Ginî piggu: Manhôru no naka no ningyo

An artist finds and rescues a mermaid in a sewer. He takes her home with him and she develops sores all over her body that begin to pustulate and bleed. He uses what oozes from her sores to...

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Ginî piggu: Manhôru no naka no ningyo torrent reviews

Andres T (ru) wrote: maaaaaaaaaaaala!!!!!!!!!!!!!mas mala k el mal aliento... a lo mejor estoy exagerando y es una pelicula B??? nada de super heroe, es una super lesera... para ver patadas me quedo con Kiltro...

Francisco S (gb) wrote: Beautiful and charming story with truly lessons, Nanny McPhee bring to us great performances by Thomas Sangster as a kid and that complete this good movie.

Johnny R (gb) wrote: Big Fat Liar could have been a good kid's movie but instead it is a big crapfest that is so embarrassing and cringe worthy to watch

Jessica R (it) wrote: The rating for this movie is just too funny. I enjoyed this movie. It kept me thinking the whole way through. It kept my attention the whole way through. The actors were great, the story was unbelievably good! I LOVED THE ENDING! I wish there were more like this! I don't care about what Rotten Tomatoes rated this movie. I enjoyed this movie. Simple as that.

Helena M (it) wrote: An entertaining movie with an expected end. Nice people, nice horses.

Corey W (gb) wrote: I loved this movie when I was a kid.

Joe N (ag) wrote: Way too overdramatic and unnatural--mostly Jean Simmons' first scenes. Besides Brando, the acting was pretty poor. The guy Desiree marries is just awful. Marlon was a very convincing Napoleon. Didn't like the lack of accents. Some good sets, costumes, and shots but this one is passable. Just watch it for your Brando checklist if you're working on one.

Frankie A (fr) wrote: Robert Osborne (the TCM guy) interviews Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell on the DVD. You will be shocked at 1st sight of Mitchum as this must have been close to his passing, and he looks nothing like a handsome leading man. As the interview progresses he and Russell share some great anecdotes about directors, actors etc. Osborne is clearly in awe. The movie is good and includes Jane Russell singing two tunes one of which is "One More for the Road ..." a tune that Sinatra made famous. Looks low budget.

John Z (jp) wrote: Better than National Treasure.