Japanese

Belle (2021)

“Letu0026#39;s get it right from the start. This movie does have faults – the plot does lose its relation to common sense some times (at least once, but in a very key moment) and it does sink a few times in to very shallow cliché such as the basic premise of the virtual world which […]

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Love Like the Falling Petals (2022)

“I am a bit of a sucker for a weepie and weep I did. This film tells a moving story and finds some unexpected moments of poignancy to add. The actors draw you in to their heart-ending predicament.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf weepies are not your thing you might not fall for this film as I did. Otherwise give […]

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Asakusa Kid (2021)

“Omedetou (congratulations) for this great movie, showing the rise of this incredible comedian Mr. Takeshi Kitano, and also showing a famous comedy art in Japan: Manzai, when 2 actors are playing together, with a serious guy and a u0026quot;crazy funnyu0026quot;guy.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eEven as a Gaijin (foreigner), the art and movies of Takeshi Kitano have influenced my life […]

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Adolescents of Chymera (2021)

“Iu0026#39;m not an expert in anime, nor have I seen a lot of this genre, but I utterly admire the immense creativity of people like Hayao Miyazaki (u0026quot;Princess Mononokeu0026quot;, u0026quot;Spirited Awayu0026quot;). Satoshi Konu0026#39;s u0026quot;Paprikau0026quot; is a great example of anime at its finest. The movie is a sea of original ideas and a visual blast. […]

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Homunculus (2021)

“Definitely not a movie for everyone unless you are interested in psychology and the outcome of a personal trauma.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie is well acted as much very complicated, the characters reveal themselves along as you are able to understand them.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt takes a lot of attention, and every detail count; my advice is.. Watch it.. Only if […]

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