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(234) 6.8 82 min 2015

Mad Tiger is a movie starring Kengo Hioki, Kotaro Tsukada, and Yumiko Hioki. Two best friends spent the last fifteen years touring the country in their performance art punk band. When one of them decides to quit, they both face...

Starring
Kengo Hioki, Kotaro Tsukada, Yumiko Hioki, Akiteru Ito
Genres
Drama, Comedy, Music, Documentary
Director
Jonathan Yi, Michael Haertlein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy, Music, Documentary
Director Jonathan Yi, Michael Haertlein
Stars Kengo Hioki, Kotaro Tsukada, Yumiko Hioki, Akiteru Ito
Country USA, Japan
Runtime 1H 22M
Description Two best friends spent the last fifteen years touring the country in their performance art punk band. When one of them decides to quit, they both face deeper challenges than expected.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 09:34

For the last twenty-five years, David Bowie has been the king of rock and roll. This documentary takes a look at his last album, 'The Next Day', and all the things that went into it. As well as the music, it also looks at his relationship with his mother, his relationship with his father, his relationship with his wife, his relationship with his band, his relationships with his friends and his music. We also see how he was able to be the best musician he could be. Bowie was a man who had to struggle to fit in, to be able to play his instruments, to fit in with the world, to be able to get his music out. His music was his voice, his music was his life, and his music was his legacy. 'The Next Day' is one of Bowie's best albums. I do think that he was somewhat over-hyped, and in some ways, it could be because he was not an ordinary person. He was a man who was not very popular, and he was not very famous. He had to struggle to get people to listen to his music, and he had to struggle to get people to understand his music. His songs were his life, and he was trying to tell the world how much he loved it. Bowie is a man who was very open about his sexuality, and he was very open about his relationships. His life is his music, and his music is his life. It's a very interesting documentary, and I'm glad that it is being released on DVD. I don't know if it will be in the theaters, but I'm sure it will be on DVD soon. I hope that it does well. I give this film a rating of 8/10.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 20:28

The great Michael Moore is back, in his longest film to date, and I'm glad to see him back, since he hasn't had a movie since Bowling for Columbine in 2005, and his last film in 2007 was the very good Fahrenheit 9/11. Moore begins with a clip of the actual "Heartland" documentary, and then follows with footage from the same documentary that was used in the film. He goes into more detail about the true story of a man named George Gershwin who was murdered by his girlfriend, and then his murderer was able to get away with it, because George's music was so popular. The clip is followed by footage from the documentary of George's father and mother, who are interviewed, and then the clip of the real George Gershwin is played, and then the real George Gershwin is interviewed. The real George Gershwin, who was only 21, was only shot once, but he was paralyzed, and he died in a car accident in 1960. It was actually the first movie to be nominated for a "Best Documentary" award. Moore also interviews some people who were part of the Gershwin family, like the family's lawyer, and a music critic, and they both agree that George Gershwin was a victim of his own success. Moore also interviews a very famous musician, who said that George was a victim of his success. I loved this movie. It was very informative, and it was very well done. I don't think I have to say anything more, because I think everyone will like it, and it's a must see. I give this film an 8/10.


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