TAJOMARU is the famous 'bandit' of the forest from RASHOMON. Whoever kills Tajomaru inherits his name, status and sword. A royal brother leaves his kingdom to protect the princess he loves, only to find a series of harrowing adventures along the way which lead him back to where he came from, and then disinheriting his past to become the bandit TAJOMARU.
- Stars:Shun Oguri, Yuki Shibamoto, Kei Tanaka, Kyôsuke Yabe, Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Hirotarô Honda, Hiroki Matsukata, Masaomi Kondô, Ken'ichi Hagiwara, Gô Ayano, Shigeo Kobayashi, Masato Shinkawa, Takamasa Suga, Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi,
- Director:Hiroyuki Nakano,
- Writer:Ryûnosuke Akutagawa (short story "Yabu no Naka"), Shin'ichi Ichikawa (screenplay), Mataichirô Yamamoto (screenplay)
TAJOMARU is the famous 'bandit' of the forest from RASHOMON. Whoever kills Tajomaru inherits his name, status and sword. A royal brother leaves his kingdom to protect the princess he loves,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tajomaru torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Animation was really good.. prety impressive. At the begining it sounded strange that the movie is in hindi cause this is the 1st hindi animation i have seen. anwyyas the story was not that bad, actually it was very funny. the voice over done for the bad guy (javed jaffery) was the best and very funny. overall, a good entertianment movie!
(fr) wrote: Convoluted plot? Yes. But it is suspenseful and entertaining enough for you to keep coming back for more.
(ca) wrote: Not as bad as you might think. Unlike some other films, it doesn't set out to prove that the informal American style is better than the stuffy English establishment; it certainly contrasts them, but in a good-natured way. I think that Cedric (Peter O'Toole) is the best character in the film.
(br) wrote: You talk about Classic Totally 80's Movies, then You must include Quiet Cool in that conversation, It has it all, the explosions, gun fire, the leather jacket wearing tough city cop who's in way over his head, and of course the rockin' theme song with the title of the movie in the lyrics. If you are in dire need of a big 80's fix then Quiet Cool is the movie for you
(ag) wrote: It takes a while for the pieces of the puzzle to come together. But, once the picture becomes clearer, it leads to an unfathomable ending. While portions of Gone Baby Gone may be far-fetched, it does beg the question of what is right, and what is wrong.
(us) wrote: I loved it i'll give it 80%
(nl) wrote: Trick or Treat is one awesome flick. It's one of those movies that I totally relate to in almost every sense of the word. First off, I was one of those metal-loving, denim-wearing, poster-displaying kids throughout grade school. The movie got the whole vibe and feel of that down pat, especially in the main character of Eddie. The character was fully fleshed out here and I loved watching the guy go through all the insane shenanigans. I especially loved his vengeance reeked on the bullies. BOO YAH! The 80s was especially at an all time high with people bashing the metal music scene at the time and claiming it to be nothing but Satanism. This flick couldn't have come out at a better time! Charles Martin Smith kept the movie on such a stylish level. Crazy angles galore, insanely impressive art direction and incorporating songs into the scenes worked effortlessly. Marc Price did a very good job here as Eddie and flowed very naturally. Tony Dean Fields kept it to a minimum which was a wise choice for this role. He did have some over-the-top moments but for the most part, he worked. Lisa Orgolini does decent with what she has to do. The part wasn't that grand, anyway. Doug Savant played an asshole well. Man, did I want to punch him! He does well... Ozzy Osbourne shows up in an extremely small (why is he on the cover again?) but hilarious cameo as a priest against metal... I liked it. Elaine Joyce played a huge slut and died a great death... Glen Morgan was alright here but again, the character was poorly written... Gene Simmons actually did a great job here. I was surprised by him. The soundtrack (songs by Fastway and score by Christopher Young) were both very effective and complimented every scene that was accompanied by music. LOVED it. Gotta find the soundtrack... On the slim downside, the last act was a little underwhelming, considering the time that came before it. It maybe stretched on a little too much for its own good. I also must say that after the character of Sammy showcasing a great concert performance, he wasn't much of a threat to the leads. He was way too easily defeated and I had trouble believing that these kids should have been scared of him to begin with. The violence here was also maybe a bit too safe and conveniently placed (electrical deaths = no blood). Even with its flaws, I can't help but be won over by this film. It has an always affable 80s vibe, a great soundtrack, an easy pace and a rough charm I just can't shake. Another half a point raised for me on this one.