Trick: The Movie 2
Ueda employes Yamada to go a mysterious island in search of a girl (played by Maki Horikita) that disappeared 10 years ago. They discover the island is run by Kobako Sachiko, who can appear and disappear via boxes, among other strange powers.
- Category:General, Mystery
- Stars:Nisar Ahmad Ansari, Faryal, Dev Kumar, Zachary Ray Sherman, Ron Perlman, Yukie Nakama, Hiroshi Abe, Muhammad Abedin, Yûta Hiraoka, Maki Horikita, Tetsuhiro Ikeda, Nagisa Katahira, Yukiya Kitamura, Katsuhisa Namase, Yôko Nogiwa, Yôko Ohshima, Yôichirô Saitô, Futaba Tadokoro, Kôichi Ueda, Katsuhiko Watabiki,
- Director:Yukihiko Tsutsumi,
- Writer:Mitsuharu Makita
Ueda employes Yamada to go a mysterious island in search of a girl (played by Maki Horikita) that disappeared 10 years ago. They discover the island is run by Kobako Sachiko, who can appear and disappear via boxes, among other strange powers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Trick: The Movie 2 torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Excellente comedie francaise! L'une des meilleures prestations de Youn!
(ca) wrote: What is happening to me?!
(kr) wrote: Another great Mike Leigh s! real life ! real 80s eastenders! love mr. Roth!!
(ru) wrote: Harmony Korine clearly drew inspiration from this film when he wrote Kids. The film does a beautiful job of showing this world unadulterated. The film feels very real, with no emotional manipulation. I think some of this could be attributed to the amount of non-actors. Its just a beautifully tragic story about a young street kid in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The film actually reminds me a lot of De Sica's Shoeshine, and I am pretty sure Hector Babenco must have been a fan of Italian Neo-realism. The films pacing is a little off but it really doesn't matter that much for this film. I do kinda find the ending spooky though considering what happened to Fernando Ramos Da Silva the young star.
(jp) wrote: Chuck Norris Joke: Chuck Norris isn't afraid of the dark; the dark is afraid of Chuck Norris!
(ca) wrote: My favorite movie when I was 11.
(ru) wrote: How to respond? It is feather-light, profoundly silly, and is minorly infectious. This is the sort of movie where, before saving a famous singer from being sawed in half (I'm not making this up), Frankie and Annette MUST go sky-diving for some reason. You know what you are getting going in.