The Barbarian and the Geisha

The Barbarian and the Geisha

Townsend Harris is sent by President Pierce to Japan to serve as the first U.S. Consul-General to that country. Harris discovers enormous hostility to foreigners, as well as the love of a young geisha.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1958
  • Language:English,Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:telescope,   japan,   japanese,  

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Brandi B (jp) wrote: Great as the first film

Frank N (br) wrote: There's no chemistry in this comedy, it falls flat.

John M (gb) wrote: A much better Red Dawn remake than the Red Dawn remake no doubt. A bright young cast of Aussies liven up WW3.

Shawn F (kr) wrote: I will not like them on a train, i will not like them on a plane...

Victor S (ag) wrote: Buenas ideas. Mala ejecucion. Pesimos interpretes. Una de las muchas peliculas desconocidas con gran potencial, que si fueran descubiertas por algun buen director (me viene a la cabeza David linch, por el tono psicologicoo del argumento)

Matt S (ru) wrote: I personally loved this film good action great special effects to but the story was kinda silly

Kelly L (ag) wrote: Beautiful movie, watching it made me want to become a Buddhist monk and move to Bhutan.

Lee B (us) wrote: Decent sequel... good cast... its a fun movie

Clinton K (de) wrote: Without Joel and the bots from MST3K-- 1/2 star. With- 4 stars. Something like "E.T.".... if it were written by someone after snorting a wheelbarrow of crack.

Giem B (au) wrote: Full of fast and sudden shifts. Interesting montage. Actually it's like five separate abstracts of five different movies. "Weird people" adds up to an absurd but somehow nice movie.

Doris S (us) wrote: Bruce Willis got the horros of the after shock of this war down to a tee.I should know i have uncels who have been there and back.

Gabriel C (nl) wrote: Goofy and charming, with witty one-liners and a cast at the top of their game.

Robert R (ca) wrote: Though its imaginative premise truly begs a more vivid and memorable effort, "Time After Time" still charms the audience with light-hearted laughs and some engaging set pieces.

David P (nl) wrote: This was on TCM last night. How could I not watch it again? When I was a kid this movie scared the crap out of me. I've seen it dozens of times since and it still holds up as one of the great European horror movies of the 1970s. Horror Express has everything I could ever want and more with Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, religious mania, a living fossil, brain draining, eye gouging, body hoping, zombies eerie music that is both a part of the story as well as the soundtrack, a plausible science fiction plot development and an appearance by Telly Savalas to liven things up and push the plot towards its inevitable and spectacular conclusion.

Seth A (mx) wrote: Although made in 1964, this movie is relevant to our time. Certain politicians should pay attention to the speech made by the president in this film.