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Tokyo Boy
-bit (April 15, 2015, 12:56 AM)
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This was a fun flick.   :Thmbsup:

Here's my list of Great movies I have seen in the last year on netflix.

1. Old Boy (2003) Not the remake. but the original (if you don't like subs the remake is still good)

2. Dredd (2012)  this was a great 80's style action movie I would stand it up against any classics, we need more like this  :Thmbsup:

3. End of watch  (2012) Great cop movie gotta see this !

4. Your Highness (2011) ok kinda a racy comedy and I will admit I am a child and laugh at some silly stuff, so maybe not for people that hate crude humor. but made me laugh pretty hard in a few spots.

Those are the best 4 I have seen in the last year check them out .

Rachel & Jun are a young American-Japanese couple (Rachel's American; Jun's Japanese) who've posted a ton of vids on their vlog.
This is a 3-part vid set (1st two vids by Rachel; 3rd vid by Jun) about Rachel, titled 'My (Rachel's) most embarrassing moment in Japan' (actually, in her entire life, right after she and Jun first got married);
My most embarrassing moment in Japan (part 1)
My most embarrassing moment in Japan (part 2)
Rachel's husband Jun's side of it (part 3), which he calls Hakone trip from my perspective

Real (2013) is a Japanese psychological thriller rated at 9.04/10 with 95 votes.

"Koichi (Takeru Sato) & Atsumi (Haruka Ayase) have been friends since their childhood days and they eventually became lovers. About one year ago, Atsumi attempted to commit suicide and fell into a coma afterwards. Koichi, desperate to know why Atsumi attempted suicide, takes part in a new medical procedure that involves the central nervous system. Koichi will enter the subconscious mind of Atsumi through the medical procedure. When Koichi enters the subconscious mind of Atsumi, shes asks Koichi to find a picture of a "plesiosaur" she drew as a child. The drawing is the key that brings back a suppressed childhood memory that brings their minds together."

I've seen this kind of mind-diving thing done USA Hollywood-style with the usual American film studio overdose of eye-candy and senseless violence, but Real does it Japanese-style with impressive special effects and an awesome plot-twist.

The Groundstar Conspiracy and Project X both based on the novels of L. P. Daviesw.

Both are based on the loss of identity, (in one form or another), of the main characters.


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