GROPER TRAIN: Search For The Black Pearl
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Back in 1934 during the Japanese-Chinese war, the world's largest known black pearl goes missing and remains as one of the great unsolved mysteries in Japan. Some years later, a war veteran named Gohei Yamamori confessed that he knew where the black pearl was all along to his wife Matsuko (Mitsuo Nakayama) before his untimely death. His last words were (as in the female genitalia) print. Puzzled, Matsuko enlists the aid of a private detective named Kuroda (Yukijiro Hotaru) to help her solve the mystery and find the coveted black pearl. Things become more complicated when Gohei's son Hasuo and his niece Yoko (Serina Miyabi) also expressed interest in the coveted jewel. What makes matters worst is when mystery writer Matsuki (Naoto Takenata) offers his aid and people begin turning up dead; can Kuroda and his assistant Hamako (pink veteran Yuka Takemura) solve the mystery before they also fall victim to the killer?
"Groper Train: Search for the Black Pearl" serves as a cautionary tale for those whose lust for riches go beyond their control.Read more ›
It doesn’t help that the movie’s color is rather muted – and that the sound quality is absolutely horrendous. Two of the main characters (the detective and the mystery writer) also dress nostalgically. So the movie, in total, looks as though it was made – in the ‘60’s – rather than in the ‘80’s. But that’s okay.
As some of the movie’s more modern touches – the first girl groped is wearing ear buds (attached to a Walkman, I presume, given the time period). Several of the other fondled babes also wear very sexy, low-cut panties that are so pretty – that Victoria Secrets quickly comes to mind. Very nice. These are, incidentally, some of the movie’s sexiest scenes. Those Japanese are such perverts, aren’t they? (Aren’t we all?)
The world’s largest black pear is smuggled out of China in the 1930’s. The only man who knows its whereabouts – gives a dying clue – right after he screws his young wife (who looks great naked). She later does it with the man’s grown son – AND with the detective who eventually solves the mystery. What a slut. Each experience is visually quite pleasurable. (She’s cute -- and has very nice tatas).
The clue the dying man offers – is an inked print of a woman’s genitals – which looks like a long and skinny Rorschach ink blot test. Much of the so-called “groping” in this movie actually occurs when the woman who originally made this print is searched for – by taking impressions from other bottomless babes on the train. Really.
And, believe it or not – they actually find her. (Give me a break.Read more ›
Otherwise, there were really very few seduction scenes to speak of when one thinks of train and groper, maybe only 4 or 5, while the rest of the film is not even on the train system at all.
I'm not saying it was a bad film, it wasn't. It was amusing, and the story line was, as reviewers have pointed out, nicely played out. I just was expecting something else when I ordered it. Maybe not so much in the way of seduction scenes, as that was not what this movie was all about, but at least more action taking place on a train, where more groping would take place, as that was what the title was telling me was to have been expected.
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Not worth the money most of the really good scenes were blotted out which killed the whole plot of the movie.Published 13 months ago by Howard Sweeney
I don't know why folks like this stuff and all the reasons I can come up shine well on no one. It's stupid, disappointing . . . oh, forget it.Published on February 13, 2014 by T. Coonen
OK, only the Japanese could come up with a 'detective' story about groping girls
on trains in search of a mysterious pearl. Read more
Japan is country where censoship is enforced so with this in mind government restrict creativity and as everybody knows its not easy to fight government's will. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by aferdman
I didnt really expect more than an effed up crazy movie. I think the age played a part in its terribleness. Not a lot of sense to be made of this one. Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by The Battlekat