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Although they are set in different eras, the movies are similar in their fight against an oppressive regime. They have a similar feel to it, in terms of action and the buildup to the climax. Both have very well shot action scenes and wonderful camera work.
Recommended by rationalbeings - Jun 1, 2014
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Chonmage is another touching father and son story. Chonmage Purin tends to be more humorous and has a fantastical plot, while Like Father, Like Son takes a more somber approach to fatherhood and tends to be more realistic.
Recommended by LoveMeMember - May 31, 2014
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Both involve curses of vengeful spirits, while one is Japanese and one is Korean they both have really good plots that will make you think twice about pissing off a ghost girl.
Recommended by AmberWynter - May 30, 2014
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Both show a mother looking to get revenge for her murdered daughter.
Recommended by mecchaumai - May 27, 2014
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Both are historical films, which have interesting storylines. Jo Jung Suk acts in both films, although both characters he plays are vastly different from each other.
Recommended by ayamefan13 - May 27, 2014
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Both involve a character who uses psychometry to help in murder investigations.
Recommended by SilverCloud - May 26, 2014
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They deal with the hardships involved with being a high schooler in Korea and also delves into the inner demons of the seemingly ordinary teenage boys.
Recommended by conan - May 25, 2014
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Both female leads were initially hurt by a boy who became famous and betrayed them, thus forcing them to become stronger.
Recommended by urwonandonly - May 24, 2014
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The sweetness and the cute romantic relationship in both movies are quite similiar. The comedy part in both are also similiar.

"Love 911" is a Korean romance, comedy & drama movie, while "Toshokan Senso" is a Japanese romance, comedy & action movie.

In both movies the male lead have a character of taking their jobs very seriously. In "Love 911" he is a fire fighter and in "Toshokan Senso" the male lead is part of a Library Force.

While "Love 911" focuses on the romance and drama part, "Toshokan Senso" focuses a little bit more on action than romance.
Recommended by hedwig3 - May 24, 2014
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These two Japanese sci-fi movies are both of a slow pace and share a similar atmosphere about them.

Each involves the main characters taking a trip back to their childhood homes and to reveal memories from their pasts.
Recommended by SilverCloud - May 23, 2014
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Characters go through the same situation but I'd say that A Moment to Remember has much solid writing and acting.
Recommended by Lumiere - May 22, 2014
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Both movies focus on the development of the bond between father and son, with a female friend to help out.
Recommended by redbeanmochi - May 14, 2014
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This is just another great movie. Lots of martial arts. Based on true story. And just shows how amazing IP Man was.
Recommended by ArcaneAlterEgo - May 12, 2014
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Because it contains great martial arts and a great plot. If you know about the books a romance of three kingdoms. It is very famous in china espicially. The movie contains 2 parts. Red Cliff (1) and Red Cliff II (2). You must watch both because they complete each other.
Recommended by ArcaneAlterEgo - May 12, 2014
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Vic Zhou was the main lead in both. And both have a strange plot but a beautiful aesthetic. (even if the story are very diferent)
Recommended by smile-and-drama - May 11, 2014