Among the ruins of the city, there is a game only children can play. It is called “Otokoyo”; a game of hide-and-seek. But whenever children play this game, one by one they would disappear into the blinds of the buildings… The story begins when a boy enters the world of Otokoyo, to find his missing sister.
- Stars:Dan Green, Mika Ishibashi, Akiko Kobayashi, Rei Naito, Rei Saito, Sean Schemmel, Michael Sinterniklaas, Masami Suzuki, Junko Takeuchi, Veronica Taylor, Makoto Ueki, Tom Wayland,
- Director:Shûhei Morita,
- Writer:Shiro Kuro (screenplay), Shiro Kuro (story), Shûhei Morita (screenplay)
A young boy named Hikora enters the ruins of a forbidden city with a group of other children to play "Otokoyo" (a game of hide-and-seek where the players are said to be kidnapped by ghosts and demons) to find his missing sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kakurenbo torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This movie is pretty great.The issues that are in the movie are pretty obvious to me, which makes it a little frustrating because it'd be so easy to make it a better movie. The running length is way too long, and there are lots of scenes I picked up on throughout that could've easily been cut. For example, I thought the entire arc of Tom and Violet each finding new partners shouldn't have existed; I would've preferred if Violet simply had a nice bond with her coworkers and boss, not a new romantic relationship. Tom could still be driven to return to San Francisco before the climactic reunion, and that way, it would be a complete result of their main conflict, not partly caused by almost-infidelity.The other issue with the characters of Winton and Audrey is that each character is driven away from them through narrative contrivance. In the case of Audrey, it's not so bad, because Tom breaks up with her after realizing Violet is the one for him - though even then, Audrey is such a caricature that it's an obvious choice to break up with her; she's never an actual roadblock for the relationship. Winton, though, is more of a problem, because the arc is resolved by making him act like a dick. There needed to be some way for Violet to come back to Tom, so Winton naturally ends up being a bad guy, not a real obstacle. It shows that new partners never should've been one of the main conflicts in Tom and Violet's relationship.Despite all that, every scene, even the hackneyed or unnecessary ones, are very pleasant and really, really funny. The supporting cast is packed with talent, from Chris Pratt and Allison Brie to Kevin Hart and Mindy Kaling. There are so many sweet moments between the couple - I particularly like Emily Blunt pantomiming as she prefaces her sex as the 'Cirque du Soleil' - and the ending is so adorable and fitting that it's hard to be a curmudgeon about the extra scenes of hilarity.
(nl) wrote: This is the movie inside my head. My childhood. I kid you not, this villain was absolutely terrifying! At no point did I think it was merely a movie featuring a voice actor. I was in terror, & life was in peril. Such real dialogue. Not exactly superior acting. Extremely poor. Some aspects are such overt ET rip-offs, that it's embarrassing.Simultaneously, the best & worst movie ever made. Basically, 2001 for children.
(jp) wrote: A bit slow in moments
(au) wrote: excellent documentary deserved the oscar it won, totally griping
(gb) wrote: The apparently rare simple romance in French cinema.
(es) wrote: Need to see this again. I remember it being really good, but the star rating could be a little off.
(au) wrote: the last of the independents: don siegels sptwerk ist spannend, stilvoll und mit einer reihe ganz gro?er momente. wenn charley seine erschossene frau zum abschied ein letztes mal sanft auf die lippen ksst. und dann noch einmal. uh.
(ru) wrote: A lesser Hitchcock film, but a gem nonetheless, Marnie grew in likability over the years the same way "The Shawshank Redemption" did. The suspense Hitchcock is known for his still there, and Connery puts on a pretty good performance. Definitely not at the top of the best Alfie films like Rear Window and Psycho, but definitely not at the bottom either (Family Plot).
(au) wrote: the obligatory complications feel a bit contrived and out of character but overall an excellent romantic dramedy (emphasis on the drama).
(us) wrote: Pure, solid, and spotless fun.
(gb) wrote: Julie Andrews at her best - phenomenal. The happiness, magic, and interactions with the children are brilliant and make this the classic it is.
(es) wrote: A plotless (and interminable) travelogue that seems more like a cheap excuse for Hawks to spend vacation in Africa, and it is hard to empathize with hunters working to catch animals for zoos (I was rooting for the rhinos) but at least the characters are charismatic (despite the casual sexism).