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Tomie: anaza feisu (Tomie: Another Face) Reviews

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November 8, 2013
Better than the first Tomie, this one brought a better understanding to whom and what "Tomie" is.

Having this be some what of an anthology was a great idea, too!
dietmountaindew
Super Reviewer
January 25, 2013
let's spread asian cult to the world like tomie! XD
February 20, 2012
Qualche altro bit che va al suo posto, nonostante la pochezza tipica dei prodotti per la TV
August 28, 2010
Interesting, but you can tell right off it was made for TV. It also felt lacking, but good for a single viewing.
June 9, 2009
Director Toshiro Inomata films a three tale tour of the iniquitous "Bakemono" starring Runa Nagai as the girl who won't die...Tomie.

Synopsis: In the first tale, a girl name Miki willingly attempts to talk with her X-boyfriend Takashi whom is disheartened over a sudden break up with Tomie. However, the dead girl walking makes a return to steal him away from her.

In the second tale, Mr. Mori - a photographer - finds a woman that fits well in his picture world and obsessively shoots her with his camera only to find out that she is more then what he expected.

And the final episode, Mr. Yasuda is madly in love with his girlfriend...Tomie. After asking for her hand in marriage, she gives him a difficult test that he must past in order for her to be his bride.

This film was cut into three parts with a cinematic quality fit for television, but quite enjoyable with some entertaining Tomie stories. Runa Nagai gives the character something exceptional without putting to much effort into it, and the sound, SFX etc. was of good quality.
May 12, 2009
it was okay...not that scary...
Super Reviewer
½ May 8, 2009
A 3-parter here, originally made for television. Each story captures the essence of Tomie and shows her destructive ways. Due to their short length, it never feels like any of them are a complete story and they also cover the same ground. It's still a good watch and keeps the eerie atmosphere, even if it is made for TV. The developments in Tomie are slight, but cover the ability to multiply, resurrect and possess.
½ December 12, 2008
Very low budget follow up to Tomie. The stories are rather weak but the actress that played Tomie was very cute and you can understand why the guys in the story would become the way they were when she was around them. The veryy low budget will turn many people away from this but it was still a decent viewing.
½ December 8, 2008
Runa Nagai can't act to save her life, but because of that she made the character Tomie interesting. Hmmmm... inneresting.........
cool eerie music tho
½ September 11, 2008
Straight to DVD means very low budget, and it is painfully apparent in this film. One of the prettier actresses portraying Tomie, but the storylines are very bad, extremely uninteresting.
½ August 22, 2008
Very disappointing sequel to "Tomie." The main problem is that the cinematography looks like something you'd see on a low-budget TV sitcom. The story itself is split into three separate stories, each designed to give the viewer a better idea of who/what Tomie is. It works on that level but is so cheaply made it almost not worth it.
½ July 13, 2008
the other tomies are good but this one has horrible acting.
½ March 11, 2008
eh, I have to say most of the tomie series besides the original and forbidden fruit (which installment was that) are boring, more or less..
August 8, 2007
good stories but the worst job of filming i've seen outside of america's funniest home vids.
½ July 31, 2007
Badly, badly made film.
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