Hachi: A Dog's Tale


Action / Drama / Family

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 64%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 84%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 242020


Uploaded By: OTTO
September 29, 2011 at 03:08 AM


Richard Gere as Parker Wilson
Joan Allen as Cate Wilson
Sarah Roemer as Andy
547.83 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 16 / 180

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MR_Heraclius 10 / 10


I have always been a huge fan of dramas so Hachi: A Dog's Tale, did not disappoint me! The movie is based on a true story that took place in Japan. ........ If you really like dogs, please watch this movie.You will learn how to build good relationships with your dogs.You simply need to love your dogs and make them one of the members of your family. Then your dogs will love you and follow you anywhere. Hachi was a Japanese dog.Hachi was born in Japan. He was so loyal to his owner that he was with him everywhere.Today, there is a Hachi's statue at Shibuya station in Tokyo. After this American version Hachi movie, a tatue of the dog, Hachi, was installed in front of Woonsocket Depot Square,NY where the movie was filmed. It was a very nice short film.The story is from Japan.Japanese love this story because Hachi looks like some samurai who was loyal to his lord and died for the lord. If you love the dogs, please watch this movie.

Reviewed by JapanGaijin 10 / 10

Enough to make a grown man cry!

Hachi is a movie based on the true story about a dog in Japan, Hachiko, who would wait at the train station every day for his owner to arrive even after the owner passed away.

I have never seen the original Japanese version of the movie but know the story well as I have been told by many people here in Japan. There is a statue of Hachiko that stands outside of Shibuya Station in Tokyo. Now the statue is the most popular place for Tokyoites to meet their friends before going out shopping or dining in Shibuya.

Unlike other Japanese remakes, this movie actually gives credit to the original story so that you don't get the sense that Hollywood wants to call it its own. All actors/actresses in the movie do a superb job in making you feel as if you were a part of the community embracing the dog. Compared to the original story, people were more accepting of Hachi rather than considering him a nuisance. Of course this is going to be released in the U.S. as a holiday movie so the goal is to make it uplifting.

Just a warning, do take many tissues. I am a grown man and can honestly say that I have never really cried during a movie. I think the score of the movie plus the dog being so adorable made me lose myself. When I looked around the theater though, every single person was crying and I saw a lot of red eyes as I left the Men's restroom. Any movie that can make me do that deserves a 10/10.

Reviewed by rahulrathaur-56760 10 / 10

You will love it.

This movie is something else, from direction to the actors even the music. The do's performance was flawless. I don't easily cry, but this movie made me not only sob but also cry shouting the name "Hachi". Maybe it was just a dog but the impact of the movie makes even grown up's cry. My Dad and my Mom too cried after watch this movie. It's true what is said in the movie. Even a dog can be a hero. This dog is my hero.

You guys will love this movie, keep a case of tissue by your side. YOU WILL NEED IT. A must watch movie.

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