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know any good Japanese films? :marusmile: - 09-10-2009, 10:26 AM

anyone got some of their fave Japanese films they would recommend?

My fave films are Battle Royale 1&2, the Death Note Trilodgy and Koizora
other Japanese films i seen are Crows Zero and Taiyou No Uta,and the japanese one missed call,also Howls Moving Castle and some others...

so any film thats pretty big in Japan atm?

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whats your fave Japanese film and why?


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Exclamation What Is The Best Japanese Film You've Seen? - 09-13-2009, 04:37 PM

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why?
Mine is Battle Royale!
it gave such an impact on me

i also love Koizora,its so emotional and made me cry like no other film,its sadder than Titanic and The Notebook put together :'(

the Death Note trilogy is good too

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Mines is Suicide Club, i love its gorey weirdness lol XD
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09-13-2009, 06:49 PM

Wook Chan Park's Cut.

Amazing.


..which I forgot is NOT Japanese. So, in that case: Ichi the Killer was good. However, I can't say it's my favorite.


The Death and Resurrection

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09-13-2009, 07:02 PM

lol whats thatabout? .. might watch them both sometime
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Wook Chan Park's Cut.

Amazing.


..which I forgot is NOT Japanese. So, in that case: Ichi the Killer was good. However, I can't say it's my favorite.
oh, yes. one of my favorites. (It's Park Chan-wook, though)
I checked out a DVD from the library with that and Box from Takashi Miike and Dumplings from Park Chan-wook.

Unfortunately it was a really messed copy, and I couldn't watch Cut past the first ten minutes.

Ichi is also one of my favorites. I'm sure I've posted about it here somewhere.


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09-13-2009, 08:58 PM

I haven't seen much, so I'll have to go with the only one I actually have seen, Ichi The Killer.
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09-13-2009, 09:55 PM

Yojimbo.
It's one of my favorite. Even though it's old, I still love it.
Toshiro Mifune, does a really good job playing his chracter in this movie.
And the story is amazing.

Next is 'The Sword Of DOOM".
It's another wonderful movie made by Kihachi Okamoto.
It's really shows how being a samurai
could drive a person insane if they were not ready for it.


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ah, I'm still waiting on Yojimbo, from the library. I really can't wait to see it.


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ah, I'm still waiting on Yojimbo, from the library. I really can't wait to see it.
Ahh You will love it!
It's pretty amazing..


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