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Our Meal For Tomorrow
15 people found this review helpful
Jul 20, 2017
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.0
The countenance of perfection!
Who cares about critics when a movie can represent someone's life on the big screen.
"Bokura in Gohan wa Ashita of Matteru" has a common but well written story with a perfect chronological narrative.
The genre bending comedy is also present, I loved it, it's not every day we see women taking initiative and picking on heavy and men doing light and domestic things, based on a novel by Maiko Seo, "Our Meal for Tomorrow" by Masahide Ichii is another unconventional romantic drama.
In the cast we have Ryota Hayama (Yuto Nakajima), high school student (Nakajima is a member of the popular boy boy Hey! Say! Jump), but is a lonely and sensitive when the movie begins. Then a girl from her class, Koharu Uemura (Yuko Araki), asks her to partner with her in a sack race ...
Working from the script itself, the film follows the reverse gender relationship - emotionally vulnerable face and mentally primordial girl with no ...
The story also features twists of often-seen plots, both medical and romantic, though their treatment of them is more original than normal.
"Bokura no Gohan wa Ashita de Matteru" is a love story any but for me it is one of the most impressive and cute I have ever seen. It's worth watching!

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P to JK
8 people found this review helpful
Sep 20, 2017
Overall 7.5
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 7.0
Love that needs a little law and order ... A 26-year-old policeman commits himself to a 16-year-old girl, and his mother and father more or less follow it.
"Policeman and Me" ("P to JK") based on a manga sh?jo by Maki Miyoshi.
The film is therefore more inclined to romantic comedy than a serious drama about inadequate love for age, although Kota, his police hero played by pop idol Kazuya Kamenashi, is the soul of sincerity. And, as his teenage bride Kako happily observes.
There is more to the story than Kota's desire to ease his conscience and restore his male pride, but Nami Yoshikawa's script is short on explanations, at least initially. What is obvious, however, is Kako's delight in playing house with her husband in his house very large for a police officer's salary, although she swear the aforementioned friend to the deep and dark secret about the engagement.
Meanwhile, Kota behaves like a perfect gentleman with his teenage girlfriend. In their moments, they exchange little more than smiles and the occasional hug, initiated by a stunned Kako. However, this interlude of innocent happiness is short. Okami Mahiro Takasugi, the temperamental, blond-haired punk who accidentally put Kako in the emergency room, becomes Kota's nemesis, as well as his sickly friends.
In addition, the realities of being a wife to a guy often absent in a dangerous job begin to affect Kako's fantasy world. She gets jealous, fearful and dubious. Can Kota see her as another human being, rather than a burden he must protect? In other words, a good mellow movie but that could be perfect for a mature drama.

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Jul 5, 2017
Overall 8.5
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.5
Beautiful love story!
The film relies on a careful exchange of romanticism with that of the supernatural elements that, plausibly, promote the growth of its two main characters and their love relationship. It does not fit into the overly tempted notion of the tragic and common loss in novels, especially considering how many other films usually have one of the characters with some deteriorating disease or terminal illness to defend ideas of forced separation. His uniqueness in the narrative structure separates it from similar films that maintains the genre and, along with an excellent cast and direction, produces an emotionally touching, unconventional, and ultimately quite memorable viewing experience.
"Tomorrow I Will Date With Yesterday's You" makes you think more about the situation in which the two main characters were and the consequences that this would mean to them.
By Japanese standards it may have been some movie, but it is not, the story is well written, it has a coherent logic, it seems to be difficult to understand at first, but they have a transition of interest that makes you understand it perfectly. It's worth it!

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The Villainess
7 people found this review helpful
Jul 27, 2017
Overall 9.5
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.5
Really a very good movie!
"The Villainess" is an intense action movie, the first eight minutes are to get your brain in the rhythm, right from the start, starting with a bloody opening, practically a carnage,
Where a woman (swordsman) in a hallway, cuts mercilessly everything that moves on its way through a vertiginous camera angle. (For gamers, this scene is nostalgia, after all who does not remember "Metal Gear Solid" created by Hideo Kojima launching for PS1 / PC in 1998! That corridor of bodies wrapped in sea of ??blood, remember !?)
The cinematography is wonderful, transitions beautiful and clean as we realize that there is a really exciting story at stake.
Unfortunately, it is a very confusing narrative, or an often and often organized structure, of a young fighter and assassin of talented swords used by an obviously corrupt organization to do their dirty work. Their problems are only extenuated with the arrival of a child who threatens their future and good will for both ...
The film has a good acting, and the action scenes, especially the chase scene, are spectacularly staged, a movie rich in all feeling, a pity that the narrative was confusing!

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Tsubaki Bunguten
7 people found this review helpful
Jun 30, 2017
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 8.0
A drama to calm the soul.
"Tsubaki Bunguten" has a very beautiful and smooth story, pleasant to accompany from the first to the last episode.
A very harmonized drama, like calming cinematography, enlightenment, scenery and effects, all combine with the story, everything matches that grandmother's air.
The cast helped and very, consistent performance and very well represented by the beautiful protagonist, embellished by a simple but beautiful costumes that gave the grand finale of a dazzling drama. Of a drama that warms the soul.
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Kahogo no Kahoko
10 people found this review helpful
Sep 28, 2017
Overall 9.0
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.0
Great drama! A beautiful drama! Unfortunately it was short.
As the title suggests, it tells the story of Nemoto Kahoko (Takahata Mitsuki) who lives an extremely protected life. So, despite being in the senior year of college and in the job hunting phase, it is the furthest thing from being independent. We  can say that she has super protective parents, especially her mother  (Kuroki Hitomi), who still wakes her up every morning ... And her father  (Tokito Saburo) is aware that his wife is being overly protective of  her only daughter, but can not have the courage to speak.
Things  begin to change when Kahoko meets this great art man, Mugino Hajime  (Takeuchi Ryoma), who naturally leads a complete opposite life to hers. Without a father and with a temporary multiple, he is astonished to  learn the extreme case of the girl being spoiled by the mother who she  is, and how unsatisfactory her future is.
Kahoko is basically a great baby. It's not childish but childish. She does not realize that she is living in a bubble all her life or dependent on her parents. As  the drama unfolds high grades one learns from it, and we will see that  Kahoko even being spoiled gets to turn around, drama is a lesson of life  and wisdom.

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My Egg Boy
6 people found this review helpful
Jun 7, 2017
Overall 9.0
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 8.0
So cute but so ugly.
One of the super positive features of "My Egg Boy" is the symbolism to be found from the eggs and from aging to expiration in a literal and literally unique way. Totally charming. The metaphorical meanings found in this film point to our own biological clocks, leading to a life lesson of openness present in us from birth.
The instinctive biological clock of procreation strikes women and many men in their twenty-third and thirty-fifth years scientifically proven. Each minute, hour and year imagined can seal a person's life as the expiration date on an egg carton. This bodily urge can become a strong underlying catalyst for emotions in romantic relationships. This describes the plot of "My Egg Boy" in a beautiful story of love and life.
A slightly neurotic Zeng Mei Bao works for a frozen food company as a specialist and product tester. As a younger associate in the office, she is in charge of a new advertising push to attract younger customers to the brand. Recently divorced before even being able to have a honeymoon, Zeng Mei Bao longs for being pregnant, but her dedicated dedication to work cost her a husband. Then she crosses the path of A-Shi an aspiring chef and the novel begins ...
As Zeng Mei Bao makes the freezing of her eggs to ensure a pregnancy in old age and buy her time for a day to get married, "My Egg Boy" becomes a big tangent when it comes to romance in high fantasy where the Actors portray their frozen eggs and sperm in absurd costumes inside cryogenic storage. Exactly, in addition to the novel the film shows a perspective of the type "what the eggs and sperm think about being frozen".
Two in particular, a sperm boy (Huai-Yun Zhan) and an egg girl (Lyan Chen), are responsible for "theoretically" simulating through Zeng Mei Bao the prospect of a love life between her and A-Shi. It sounds absurd, but it was a great balcony from the director Tien-Yu Fu.
This thread of history reveals an entire imaginary society bathed in white with a peculiar class system of young behavior, modern society.
It looks like a silly movie, but it is not, in the end it makes a lot of sense. The lovable romance between the caricatured reproductive cells parallels the chemistry of the two humans who are beginning the relationship. Cinematography is a beauty eyelash absent from vibrant cinematography to blend the sunny and seasonal exteriors with the interior of an egg and sperm in search of the dream of fertilization and the beginning of the offspring.
Driving an excellent woman-centered resource of impatience and initiative of her character to find love where she is not a cornucopia of quirks. Instead, she is approachable and sociable, does not look for the perfect pair because she knows that she is living reality, she wants to find a husband to marry and have the very desired child.
In the same way, A-Shi could have established himself to be the handsome, rich and difficult. Instead he is simple, focused on the job he was not looking for a novel, but thanks to Zeng Mei Bao decides to date since he also knows that he is with an age to fix himself.
In general, the strength of "My Egg Boy" is in dynamic writing to weave magic and practice with fertile imagination. What begins as a whimsy evolves rather warmly to something ravishingly sincere both within dating and beyond, the basic human need for dialogue has become a desirable community experience among people interested in spending time with each other. Simply put, sharing feelings and talking is an essential activity for dating. For example, steak lovers probably should not marry vegetarians. In "My Egg Boy," the ironic humor is found between the organic chef and the "vendor" of processed microwave food. In other words, opposites attract each other, thanks to sincerity and dialogue. A proof who the people are and can be so much more than the eyes can see, just give the opportunity. You are never fully prepared for love, and you will never be fully ready to have a child, but talking is a good start. Recomended!

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Tomodachi Game
6 people found this review helpful
Jun 4, 2017
Overall 8.0
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 7.5
Rewatch Value 7.5
Based on the manga, it's the hell of a psychological drama.
I liken it to "Liar Game," where people manipulate each other for money by lowering their debts. Both have tons of puzzles in a game that will test their humanity, morality, loyalty and, of course, friendship. So it comes down to the premise of "Tomodachi Game" that should be translated as "Game of Friendship".
The drama was very well planned, starting with the story that is not at all simple, it is rich in tormenting elements, where they test all the feelings of the participants and stirring the feelings of the spectators.
The quality of the cast here is irrelevant, after all they are all players of distinct minds who act differently under the pressure of a complicated game with a soundtrack that helps and much to give the climate of tension necessary for the story. Reasoning in a limited time to choose the correct answer is undoubtedly torturous, experiencing real tension and emotion is difficult even for those who watch, imagine who plays.
"Tomodachi Game" explores all the variables and perspectives of the participants, just a wrong answer and you are out of this game! Where friendship will speak louder than money or money will speak louder than friendship!

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Survival Family
5 people found this review helpful
Oct 6, 2017
Overall 9.5
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.5
"The  Survival Family" is far from becoming a classic post-apocalyptic  post-war movie disaster, the story takes on the character of a strange  but genial movie at the same time. The family, driven by frustration and internal hostility, decides to  leave the megalopolis to reach the provincial towns, exactly where the  head of the family lives, because it seems that everything works there.
The  Suzuki family, repatriated in the Middle Ages where the exchange law  applies, gets four bicycles and begins the long voyage to Kagoshima by  the sea, with roads populated by refugees who are struggling hard to  walk and survive in chaos uncontrolled by the lack of electricity. "The Survival Family" tells the whole family journey but it is also an  opportunity not only to achieve salvation but also to strengthen weak  family ties.
Undoubtedly,  the point of departure of the narrative is interesting, we think for a  moment that really happens in such a situation anywhere in the world,  and also Yaguchi's choice to impress the movie that relies on comedy  deserves applause. What  frustrates him a little is that he is slow but inexorably back in good  tones of history, leaving aside the irony that would have given more  force and mass to the story. The journey as a rediscovery of oneself and the importance of family  ties that undergo a metamorphosis of the characters that, in the end,  has all the other face to the beginning is, a fundamental aspect of the
of the ecological theme, the return to a life simpler than that of the metropolis.
As  a whole, "Survival Family" is a movie that allows you to watch, it also  has moments of brilliant intelligence in popular jobs that appeal to  the general public, but the most tangible feeling is honest work without  infamy and no compliments but it is very worthwhile.

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Gomen, Aishiteru
5 people found this review helpful
Sep 28, 2017
Overall 8.5
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
I expected quality from this drama, but instead it was a drama to be desired.
The adaptation was good, in the first two minutes, we see the  character of Yoshioka Riho, Rinka, wandering the places where he met  Ritsu.
Ritsu protected his brother with his life practically, so that the  medical prognosis of his imminent death, explaining and demonstrating  this in the story of "Gomen, Aishiteru."
Anyway, the love story seems a bit flat; Rinka  is in love with her childhood friend, Hyuga Satoru, a famous pianist  who inherited her mother's piano present, Reiko, who is also the mother  of Ritsu. She is invisible to him, since Satoru has eyes only for the saxophone ...
 Invisible  Rinka who likes Satoru who does not like her, will eventually realize  that Ritsu likes her, but ... why would Ritsu like her? Ritsu  did not express any interest to any woman, not even his own childhood  friend with whom he is staying, Wakana, portrayed by the wonderful  Ikewaki Chiruzu, but I would say that his bond with his gangstar-brother  back in Korea had many more romantic flames . The cast did a great job and the soundtrack is also good ... so anything else matters for a reasonable drama like this.

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My Heart Leaps Up
5 people found this review helpful
Aug 13, 2017
Overall 7.5
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
"My Heart Leaps Up" is a cinematographically beautiful film, having as main actress Zhou Chu Chu that gave an A + touch of the long. The problem of the film is due to the narrative that does not involve, it is missing something more, a film that captivates not only by cinematography, good cast or soundtrack. Needs more, more, in itself "My Heart Leaps Up" is a beautiful, enjoyable but not emotionally engaging novel.
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The Farewell Girls
5 people found this review helpful
Jul 16, 2017
Overall 9.5
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 10
Rewatch Value 7.5
Originality and good music.
A young film that deals with a theme about life and death in the perspective of youth rebellion and the conservatism of the elders under the narrative of the diversity of life, of love and of the silence of those who end up saying goodbye to someone.
Three sisters who carry the dream of being Idols, see the loss of someone an opportunity to realize their dreams, undoubtedly the originality of "The Farewell Girls" is a milestone for a Chinese production, after all, as the title suggests, is a film That will break and not create barriers. Recommended!

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The 100th Love With You
5 people found this review helpful
Jun 25, 2017
Overall 8.5
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
Stuck in time looping ...
Time travel is and will forever be a fantasy, physicists say. But fantasies can tell us more about human desires and dreams than discouraging facts.
This is what happens in "Kimi to 100 Kaime in Koi" the movie has no pseudoscience is totally without physical logic. The film expresses the common and eternally frustrated desire to turn back time as easily as restarting a clock, with a melodramatic script about to thrill.
In the same way the film has cinematic movements in height, its history faithfully reflects the unbearable truth that he (protagonist) must finally face, although he does not present this truth with much subtlety. And the types of literal mentality can disrupt the logical moments of the film's narrative, which is close to the "surreal" category but also clearly expresses the truth. Good movie!

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This Is Not What I Expected
5 people found this review helpful
Jun 22, 2017
Overall 8.0
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 7.0
Proof that opposites can work and that perfectionists are not boring.
Fun and practical where two diametrically opposed individuals begin to quarrel with each other but end up falling in love.
On the one hand, Lu Jin (Takeshi Kaneshiro), the CEO of a multibillion-dollar international company called VN Group, which flies around the world to evaluate the hotels of its competitors in search of buying them or not.
On the other hand, Gu Shengnan (Zhou Dongyu), a junior consultant at the Rosebud boutique hotel in Shanghai, where Lu Jin and his assistant assistant Richard Meng (Sun Yizhou) have just become interested in business.
It is not just your status that is different; Their personalities are so different Lu Jin is a clinically managed individual who prides himself on being a perfectionist; (I am also and I am proud of that too) Whereas Shengnan is generally a free adventurer whose cheerful attitude to life is only disturbed by her recent separation from the general manager of the hotel (douche-bag), Cheng Zixian.
The result is quite contrary, mixing the familiar elements with the ingredients of a culinary comedy that proves to be the inspiration and, even if you feel familiar in the set, there is no denying that the film is refreshing, delicious and often hilarious.
A film that shows and demonstrates confidence, discipline and clarity right from the start, not exhibiting any of the flaws that usually weigh first.
True to its title, "This is not what I expected" is unexpectedly pleasant, the jokes land where they should, the novel is sweet and the presentation is vivid, lively and attractive. He also has a comically sharp timing and excellent chemistry that you'll miss, thanks to the charismatic characters.

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May 11, 2017
Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.5
The cute and fun romantic comedy continues.
The premise of the previous film tells the story of Kotoko Aihara who is a high school student who finally decides to confess her love for Naoki Irie since the first time she saw him. However, Naoki, who is smart and good at sports, unlike her, rejects the statement. Fate intervenes when a light earthquake destroys the home of Kotoko and his father and, with no place to stay, the two accept the invitation to live in the house of the childhood friend of Kotoko's father until the house is rebuilt. Upon arriving at his temporary home, Kotoko is surprised to discover that one of the children of the owners of the house is Naoki Irie.
In this second part the events continue, but in college and with new characters, including the tennis coach Sud?, to give that spicy in the things, of kind to envy in Irie and to "give to top" of the Aihara ...
What I can say is that, the film follows the same mood as the previous one, almost nothing has changed, that is, it has been the same from the beginning, which is good and bad at the same time, because this "novel" does not go to Front, although there was a push with the college ticket and for those who are waiting for the long-awaited kiss, because I say that in this movie he ...

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