The Raccoons of the Tama Hills are being forced from their homes by the rapid development of houses and shopping malls. As it becomes harder to find food and shelter, they decide to band together and fight back. The Raccoons practice and perfect the ancient art of transformation until they are even able to appear as humans in hilarious circumstances.
- Category:Fantasy, Comedy, Drama, Animation
- Stars:Shinchô Kokontei, Makoto Nonomura, Yuriko Ishida, Norihei Miki, Nijiko Kiyokawa, Shigeru Izumiya, Gannosuke Ashiya, Takehiro Murata, Beichou Katsura, Bunshi Katsura, Kosan Yanagiya, Akira Kamiya, Rei Sakuma, Tomokazu Seki, Minoru Yada,
- Director:Isao Takahata,
- Writer:Hayao Miyazaki (idea), Isao Takahata
The story begins in late 1960s Japan, followings a community of magical shape-shifting raccoon dogs as they band together to save their forest homeland from the bulldozers of greedy land developers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pom Poko torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Entertaining sometimes. Pretty boring at others. Would have been better if they stuck to the Yakuza script the entire time, rather than try to add other elements.
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(gb) wrote: A minor Allen vehicle...
(us) wrote: Disappointing movie with a Good cast, but, I thought the story itself was dull and slow moving. Kate Winslet carries this one.
(mx) wrote: Great plot for a vampire flick. But it should be remade by showing that vampires die with wood spiked through their hearts and not by breaking their necks or shooting them in the head
(ca) wrote: Directed by Tinto Brass, (Dropout (1970) La vacanza (1971), Caligula (1979)), this is an erotic drama which is based on a real life incident that took place in Nazi Germany during World War 2. It plays like a softcore-porn version of Caberet (1972), but it has some staggering sets by Ken Adam, and even a compelling story which moves it along, which is uncommon for a film like this, but Brass has a good visual eye. Salon Kitty was a brothel used in Berlin, and taken over by the SS security branch, the Sicherheitsdienst. Where it's used for espionage purposes, the brother is ran by Madame Kitty Kellerman (Ingrid Thulin), but the Sicherheitsdienst wire the place with microphones, and the prostitutes are replaced by trained spies, all of whom are instructed to get any information they can from members of the Nazi party and foreign dignitaries who visit Salon Kitty. The operation is seen to by SS Officer Helmut Wallenberg (Helmut Berger), who has kept Madame Kitty secret from what they are doing, that is until prostitute Margherita (Teresa Ann Savoy) finds out what's really going on. It's a very lurid film, but it's brilliantly filmed, despite it's subject matter. But, Brass has fun with the proceedings, but he also aimed to keep it historically accurate, but this also put Brass in good stead to do Caligula (1979) and further success, or so he thought at the time.
(br) wrote: Buena idea, pero es mucho mejor la serie de 2016
(de) wrote: I don't know how this movie was so terrible with Colin Firth & Emily Blunt in it. And while I do think Firth & Blunt were great and made the most of what they had to work with, I really struggled to finish it.
(br) wrote: good video, good props, good actors but action scenes are no good (is it the action director has no experience in directing war movies?),.. 2 out of 5 overall..