Hold Me Back is about a woman who lives alone and talks to a voice inside her head that gives her advice when she doesn’t know what to do. She is lonely, but satisfied with this way of coping with stress, until she starts to fall for a man she has met at work. Then she begins to worry about leaving her comfort zone, something that any of us could relate to.Continue reading
Again, also called Agein 28 Nenme no Koshien, is a Japanese movie about second chances. Estranged fathers and daughters have a second chance to reconnect. And the dads have a second chance to play in a baseball tournament again, something that they missed out on 28 years before.Continue reading
How interesting do you think a story about four dental students would be? How about if they form a band? Kiseki: Sobito of That Day, aka Kiseki Ano Hi no Sobito, is the true story of four dental students who sing. And became one of the most popular musical groups in Japan, Greeeen.Continue reading
Have you ever watched a show that was really different from the synopsis you read? The Japanese movie Today’s Kira-kun is like that. You ask yourself, which show would have been better, the one I expected, or the one I got?Continue reading
Tori Girl (Bird Girl) is a Japanese movie about Yukina, a freshman at a science university who gets pulled into in the school’s human-powered flight club because of a cute guy.Continue reading
My Retirement, My Life is a cute Japanese movie about a set-in-his-ways fuddy-duddy who thinks he can relax and veg out when he retires. However, his grown daughter has other plans.Continue reading
Gaming, Japanese flower boys, starry-eyed dreamers, and men who put their feet straight in their mouths. Join Clkytta and Telzeytalks as we review the Japanese movie, My Long Awaited Love Story.Continue reading
Come join me as I share my thoughts on the Japanese movie Trumpet on the Cliff. Its gorgeous music and beautiful location, combined with a great script, makes this movie a must watch. Continue reading
Occasionally a film comes along and you instantly get the urge to share your thoughts with the world. Tonight, at the Movies is just such a movie. So please join me as I share my thoughts and feelings regarding this wonderful moment of cinema.
Some days you just don’t feel like moving, or thinking, or even existing. Which means you need to try and find the fluffiest nonsensical movie out there and push play. Such is the situation that lead us to watch The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Come find out if it was just what we were looking for.