It's my kind of film even though the lead character eats and drinks a lot.
Jung Jae-Young "ruined" Castaway on the Moon?
a sentimental family dildo comedy
Ok, clap clap Korea, you proved you could do it. Here's a cookie.
now I gotta clean up the coffee I just spit at my laptop
I thought I was the only one who don't do Indian here! I agree about the musical being erm, out of place - plsletitrain
I can imagine that a lot of Indian directors want to make films that are not in the Bollywood style, but there must be a lot of temptation/pressure on the money side to just go for the easy profits with pop bollywood films. - zelena33
Love Letter  â¢ Japan
Director: Shunji Iwai
Starts off a little confusingly with a woman who has two different names, and lives in two different towns at the same time and writes letters to herself. Soon enough it makes sense. Then there's one of the best onscreen kisses I've seen in a while, but the kissing guy turns out to be such a patronizing douchebag I couldn't allow him in my life for another second. The girl was too meek, and I don't like these Japanese movies where women put up with douchebags for no reason. I'm surprised at how manipulative and icky the film is. The music sucks. I thought Shunji Iwai was one of the sensitive, enlightened urban male types. Sorry comrade. Punt.
I expected you to call this movie manipulative
His sequences are simple, yet meaty.
I can't find his extensive review of it.
"One day the elevator doors will close in time :-("
I don't know if I did a write up before
the next time you start feeling that diarrhea of the mouth make sure to dump it here on IMDb
I easily get notified of replies or messages I don't have to come back and see if my posts were replied to or not. - plsletitrain
The Rise of a Tomboy (2016) aka Tomboy Love Formula (2016)
Errr, watch it at your own risk. - zelena33
I am developing a new theory to explain the disappointing inadequacy of China's film industry; there are very high levels of lead in the water supply.
contemporary-set mainland Chinese films have often the feel of cloud-cuckoo-land
I can't judge it. I've only seen 4 minutes of it.