Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san

Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san

During his travels, Tora-san gets drunk with an old man in Kyoto. Though Tora-san never fully comprehends his importance, the old man is a Living National Treasure ceramist. At his home, Tora-san makes a good impression on the old man's maid, who apparently falls in love with Tora-san.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1982
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,  

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Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san torrent reviews

Ada T (jp) wrote: Comiquisina, liviana, para reirse un buen rato. Recomendada para relax....

Frances H (nl) wrote: Thought provoking psychological/morality tale. Well-acted.

Amanda H (br) wrote: This would have been better without all the overt cutesiness and attempts at satire. The story is good, but it's hurt by all the sap and lame humor. It's a typical romantic comedy chick flick, but despite being too over-the-top for my taste, it's good enough to have kept my interest throughout. Definitely way too much cheese, though.

Brett S (ru) wrote: Only Bill Murray as Garfield is entertaining in this painful mess

David A (br) wrote: It's probably the closest thing that we will ever see a proper video game adaption, but "Resident Evil" is nothing more but a mindless, shallow action flick that doesn't offer any character development or a decent plot. The movie is mostly on auto pilot, which makes the experience less engaging. It might have the music and the atmosphere, but sadly the director, Paul W.S. Anderson, only cares about is making Milla Jovovich look nice and pretty.

Russ A (us) wrote: I wanted more, But perhaps thats what made me like it.For such a simple slow developing movie it really kept me on the edge of my seat. I loved it, Highly recommend it.No half assed attempts at explaining science concepts just good solid sci fi.

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Grade - BOne of Ridley Scott's better films of late, 'Matchstick Men' is a great showcase for Nicolas Cage's wacky performance, and is supported by a good script.