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September 11, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Changmin in Bigeast episode 128, recommended Between Calm and Passion movie shown in 2001. Well, Minnie, I think I have to recommend my own movies too. If I can’t watch them this year then maybe next year… ~__~

September 12 – Tajomaru


Naomitsu (Shun Oguri) is the second son of the Hatakeyama family and fiance of Princess Ako (Yuki Shibamoto). When he gets chased away from his home as the result of a conspiracy against him, Naomitsu flees into the mountains with Ako in tow, but they’re soon attacked by a bandit named Tajomaru (Hiroki Matsukata). After managing to kill Tajomaru, Naomitsu takes the bandit’s identity as his own.

Source: Twitchfilm

September 12 – Killer Virgin Road


Hiroko (Juri Ueno) is about to get married to the handsome Kenichiro when disaster strikes. Her landlord stops by the happy bride-to-be’s apartment where a pair of wayward scissors falls from a shelf and stabs him in the back as he bends forward to pick something up. His body begins to stiffen even before Hiroko realizes what has happened.

On the road to Mount Fuji where Hiroko intends to dump the corpse, something falls on the hood of her car out of the blue. That “something” is Fukuko Kobayashi (Yoshino Kimura), who is dying to… die. Fukuko believes that she is irredeemably unhappy and has endeavored to commit suicide again and again. As Hiroko and Fukuko begin their journey to abandon the corpse, a weird friendship begins to build.

After many twists and turns, Hiroko walks down the aisle. An airmail delivery arrives for the happy honeymooner, but when Hiroko opens the envelope, the paperknife slips from her hand and it ends up stabbing Kenichiro in the chest. Again, after putting the corpse in her luggage, Hiroko has to run away, but unlike the last time, she is full of hope.

Source: Asianmediawiki

September 12 – Electronic Girl


2055, the world lies devastated. Humans survive in a divided society between the poor in the outside world living in poverty, and the privileged living inside a giant protective dome. In order to supplement the needs of a decimated population, robots are used heavily to support the workforce. The elite class demand a more aesthetically pleasing and easily integrated artificially life form to work amongst them, so Nana the most sophisticated humanoid android ever is created. Developing intelligence and emotions for faster than the scientists ever anticipated, Nana escapes from the laboratory and goes on the run from “The Institute” who created her. They want her her back at any cost.

Source: 24framespersecond

September 19 – Kamui


Kamui (Kenichi Matsuyama) is a Ninja on the run from the world of Ninja bound by rules in search of true freedom. However, he is burdened with the fate, where it is not allowed to take the secret of their powers outside of the tribe — if you are born as Ninja, you must die as Ninja. This brings him to constantly fight for his life against other Ninjas who trie to kill him and hide the secrets within. He does not trust, and he does not love. Showing weakness leads to immediate death. An incident brings him to an old fisherman’s village, where he finally starts to feel trust and affection towards other people. However, his pursuers where just minutes away from setting up a huge trap on Kamui.

Source: Asianmediawiki

October 24 – Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu

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As a child Takuma is diagnosed with a heart condition that requires care from a cardiologist. He soon becomes friends with his doctor’s young daughter Mayu while being treated at the hospital. One day Mayu overhears her father saying that Takuma’s condition is serious enough that he most likely won’t live long beyond the age of 20. Takuma isn’t aware of this himself, however, so at 8-years-old he makes a promise to marry Mayu when they turn 20. Later in life, Takuma (now played by Masaki Okada) becomes aware that he won’t be able to keep this promise and he begins distancing himself from Mayu (Mao Inoue) in hopes of protecting her.

Source: Nipponcinema

December 25 – Nodame Cantabile Saishu Gakusho 1 & 2


Based on Tomoko Ninomiya’s long-running manga series, the story centers around two complete opposites: piano prodigy Megumi Noda (Juri Ueno), aka “Nodame”, and conductor Shinichi Chiaki (Hiroshi Tamaki), aka Chiaki-senpai, as the unlikely pair inspire each other to fulfill their respective dreams in the music world.

Part 1 will be released in Japan on December 19, 2009 with part 2 coming sometime in 2010.

Source: Nipponcinema

It’s not the first time for me to see Oguri doing a samurai movie but this time I think he has outdone himself in the movie. The trailer says so.

There are two Juri Ueno movies this year and boy I want to see them both. Nodame series is such a hit back then and why will I miss this when her er role in Last Friends is still on my mind until now? She is such a versatile actress.

Electronic Girl is the same production that brought Cyborg Girl which I also adored so probably I will like this one. I got to add some future/ apocalyptic genres into my choices or else everything’s plain.

Kenichi in Kamui will be his first ninja movie. I loved him as L in Death Note and in the Detroit Metal City series. I guess he won’t fail me here.

Mao Mao Mao… I miss her. I still can’t forget about her and Jun Matsumoto though. Kyaaah~~! Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu’s story is just similar to Koizora and sometimes I just need a good cry in a movie.

So Jae, will you go out & watch all of them with me?



Okay then only one. And the question is what movie? (X__X)

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