Jim Henry

Jim Henry
Jim Henry's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
No Score Yet Honolulu-Tokyo-Hong Kong (1963) The scenery of this film is quite lovely in Tohoscope and the cast features a fine young group of mixed up lovers including Akira Takarada as Yuichi, Yu Ming as Ai-Ling, and Yuzo Kayama as Jiro. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 5, 2019
No Score Yet Izu no odoriko (1963) A deeply moving story of young love. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 22, 2019
No Score Yet Walls of Hell (1964) The scenes in the film are quite realistic and blaze with action and excitement. This is enough to please most fans. But despite these merits the characters in the screenplay are otherwise of conventional mold. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 20, 2019
No Score Yet With My Husband's Consent (Otto ga mita 'Onna no kobako' yori) (1964) Otto ga mita is undoubtedly the boldest, sexiest, erotic and shocking dramatic film shown here in many months. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 20, 2019
No Score Yet White Rose of Hong Kong (Honkon no shiroibara) (1965) Deals with [the natcotics trade] in a straightforward manner, while avoiding most of the time-worn cliches, bloody gore, and violence that usually accompany such a topic. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 24, 2019
No Score Yet Dragon Sky (L'oiseau de paradis) (1962) A picture of narrative charm and visual delight with an exotic setting. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 24, 2019
No Score Yet Bushidô zankoku monogatari (Bushido: The Cruel Code of the Samurai) (1963) A weird fascinating epic samurai story. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 17, 2019
No Score Yet Seisaku no tsuma (Seisaku's Wife) (1965) [The actors] pour their enthusiasm into this visual drama winch attempts to deal with personal happiness being trampled down by social oppression. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 17, 2019
73% Red Beard (1965) Every scene in this exciting film is tense, deep in focus, with long impressive cuts, ranging from five to eight minutes, in which the actors' potentials are exhibited to the fullest extent through the indomitable guidance of director Kurosawa. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 17, 2019
No Score Yet Hourou-ki (A Wanderer's Notebook) (Lonely Lane) (1962) An art film of real distinction. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 17, 2019
No Score Yet Tokai yûkyôden (1964) Action-packed. - Shin Nichibei/New Japanese American News EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 16, 2019