A Moment to Remember (2004)
Au Revoir Taipei (2010)
Alex’s Netflix Recommendation: Wristcutters: A Love Story
The story follows a young couple as they struggle to cope with the husband’s sudden diagnosis with depression. Manga author Haru supports her office worker husband Tsure as his deepening depression and suicidal thoughts darken the couple’s thus-far successful marriage. According to Cinema Today, this love story incorporates tears and uplifting moments with a “serious yet heartwarming” tone.
Synopsis courtesy of ANN [link].
Tsure ga Utsu ni Narimashite
Based on the essay manga by Tenten Hosokawa
In theaters in Japan October 8, 2011
A Millionaire’s First Love (2006)
Click through the image to watch the trailer on Youtube.
First Official Photo: Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man Costume
The Motel (2005)
EVERYTHING YOU EXPECT. I only went cause all my sisters and brother were going, the last time that happen was Memoirs of a Geisha back in 2006. Half couldn’t go.
Bad dialogue, hella typical lame story, gorefest, super flashy. It wasn’t as bad as I expected, but maybe that’s because my sister paid for me. LOL
I like the bloodspray effect, looks like Hawaiian Punch in the air.
ALSO, IF YOU’RE MAKING AN ASIAN THEMED MOVIE, DON’T MAKE THEM SPEAK ENGLISH.
“YOU DISHONOR YOUR FAMILY” I fucking hate that bs. Say it in Japanese or something. In English it sounds fucking ridiculous.