How do you find the movie Hachiko?
5 Sep 11
Hi hachi! I loved this movie! Well, the Japanese movie that is. It inspired me to get a dog. It was really a very touching movie. Hachiko was so loyal to his master. It can move anyone's heart. I want an Akita dog! But of course, it's not possible since it can only live in a cold climate. It just really broke my heart when Hachiko kept on going to the station and waited for his master. Just the thought of it makes me wanna cry. And I just can't believe it when no one wanted to adopt Hachiko! Couldn't they see the friendship and loyalty this dog can offer? It was based on a true story and if I just lived in that time when no one wanted Hachiko, I will certainly take him in!
6 Sep 11
I watched the movie, the american version that is. And it isnt that nobody wants to adopt Hachiko, if I recall it right, Richard Gere's daughter in the movie actually took the dog in their new home but the dog wants to be near the train station. he actually ran away from their home and lived near the station. That was so touching.
8 Sep 11
The first time I watched this movie is without any audio and I'm fast forwarding it time to time. But somehow in there are scenes that really made me cry. I watched the whole movie again with an idea already what it is all about. But still this movie made me cry again. I love dogs and I'm moved by this story.
7 Sep 11
It's a very touching story. I cried a lot while watching Hachiko, especially when hachi was very old and still going back to the train station to wait for his master to come home. That film shows how faithful a dog can be. That's why i really loved my dog(Muffy) even if she's a bit stubborn. :)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Sep 11
I watched the movie Hachiko. You are right, it is a sad movie and it made me cry, too. It is so moving to have such a faithful dog like Hachiko. He just waited for his master and never gave up. It is a shame since sometimes human beings can not be much more faithful than a dog. I love China
4 Sep 11
Though the movie Hachiko was an indie movie, I find it very touching and full of moral lessons. To tell you honestly, i did not cry watching the movie though i wanted but i guess being a guy it sometimes does not look good crying by just watching the movie though my siblings did cry. Hachiko was indeed a wonder dog full of courage, innocence and loyalty.