Kochi monogatari

Kochi monogatari


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1930
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:shinpa,  

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Kochi monogatari torrent reviews

Evans R (kr) wrote: authentic and original

Bryan K (nl) wrote: If the utter absurdity of kids being locked into a building with no way out is ignored, this one is satisfying. The characters are so woefully repellent, there is a genuine sense of longing to see them meet their demise. The film does well to parallel The Breakfast Club, but in doing so goes for the reality of that situation...for every bunch of teens that May bond together, most are just the monsters they appear to be. Call this one a guilty pleasure. The production values are both surprisingly high and effective.

John B (ca) wrote: Way better than I thought from reading several synopses. It's all in the film making and story telling: it's rich, expansive, reflective and subtle. Worth seeing.

Gokil N (fr) wrote: An Amazing movie which is totally worth watching <3 Loved it.

Michael O (it) wrote: DELIGHFUL, sunny movie with Dolly Parton just as charming as ever. Don't get me wrong: the movie has it's flaws (absolutely NO chemistry between Dolly & James Woods for one), but it sure is fun. Perhaps a guilty pleasure. We all have em...

Michael W (ru) wrote: American MIA pursued by mercenaries and army through the jungles of Viet Nam. In a rare move, the Pentagon attempts to bring one of their boys home--if only to see if he is useful to them. Vietnamese army is routed at every encounter, making you wonder how exactly the war was lost.

Nathan M (au) wrote: One of the most intriguing documentaries I've seen about a man I didn't care much about before I watched it, but was completely infatuated with when I was done. 20,000 Days on Earth does what any good story does it excites you about the subject, and finds a creative and entertaining way to get you invested in the people involved. Directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard make this happen through beautiful cinematography, great interviews, and some insightful stories about Nick Cave's unique perspective on life and creativity. Even if you wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with the virtuosic musician, you can't help but admire his immense creativity and intelligence. This is a great film for fans of Cave and his band, and a fan for creative storytelling.

Niklas J (us) wrote: The story is much duller and uninteresting than the first Superman/Batman movie and the art style is not something to be proud of.