Sanpei the Fisher Boy

Sanpei the Fisher Boy

Sanpei is a young boy who lives with his grandpa in a small village in Akita and they both love fishing and are masters at it. His sister moved to Tokyo when their father died and blames it on the fishing. She thinks it's just a stupid play. Gyoshin, a bass professional fisher who lives and competes in America is in a slump and comes to the small village to try to find the joy of fishing again. Together, they all go to find the legendary big char of Yonakidani (The Crying Valley of The Night), which Sanpei's father once saw, but could never catch, before he died.

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Sanpei the Fisher Boy torrent reviews

Devin C (ag) wrote: Great analyses of the female roles in society.

Evan G (gb) wrote: A stupid ripoff of Madagascar

Carl M (ag) wrote: After narrowly surviving the last Battle Royale, Shuya Nanahara raises an army of teens to wage war against the Japanese government and their deadly student lottery. Japan decides to reform the Battle Royale Act in response, enlisting a new class of students to fight the terrorists for them on a remote island. This continuation story offers little more than an excessive amount of violence and a glaring anti-American sentiment. Character and plot have been stripped away as director Kenta Fukasaku spends more time focusing on the fire fights that rage on throughout the majority of the picture, lending far less impact to the deaths of the students who are killed in an endless barrage of bullets. The class size is cut in half before any of the kids even reach the shore in a scene that is clearly meant to resemble the opening in SAVING PRIVATE RYAN. As we struggle to find an identifiable hero, we are force-fed political oppositions towards American foreign policy. BATTLE ROYALE 2 attempts to link the terrorist acts of 9/11 to America's own ruthless regulation of world events with the threat of the bomb, but the script is far too immature to handle the material in a meaningful way. What we are left with is an exhausting 155 minutes of petty violence and political posturing that is as unlikely to entertain as it is to elicit any form of response in the viewer.

thomas r (nl) wrote: Actually 2.25. It's not a keeper.

Jeffery T (es) wrote: Annette cranked out many of these. This one is nothing special. What could have been a fun bit of retro fluff though is kind of spoiled by a portrayal of an native American character by Buster Keaton that will make you cringe.

Noefel A (de) wrote: The action in this movie, (given that it was made while the war was still going) is truly remarkable. From a movie made in the 40's, the combat scenes are simply wonderful.

Art S (es) wrote: Shadow of the Thin Man (1941) - W. S. Van DykeTwo years later, Nick and Nora Charles are back in the third sequel to The Thin Man (1934), originally based on stories by Dashiell Hammett (but no longer). Their son, Nick Jr., is about 4 or 5 years old but fortunately he is restricted to the first few minutes of the film. I must say that Myrna Loy really is proving to be William Powell's equal in her sly bumbling way (helping to solve the crimes) and her way with a "knowing look" is superb. This time they are charged with breaking a gambling syndicate after a jockey's death. Powell really does round up the suspects and have them in Detective Sam Levene's office at the end of the picture for the final "reveal" - which I didn't see coming. But should I have? For those who wish to indulge in the lighter side of comedy-mystery.

Brendan R (es) wrote: Robin Williams was absolutely fantastic. The story was touching. Supporting cast was great.

Robin H (kr) wrote: I don't care what other people say or the bad reviews they have given. I love the series.

Eva R (ca) wrote: What a fucking horrible movie! Pros:The "set-up"SceneryOddly, the cinematographyCons:Bad actingUnrealistic goreUnnecessary (and unsuccessful) shock value shticksStupid, cliche storyStupid, uninteresting charactersDumbass ending