Tagged: gou ayano

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30 Movies of 2016

I give up. I’ve been late on my posting schedule, so I’m posting my top list of films this year without watching all the 2016 movies I have~

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Saikou no Rikon

Japanese drama tackled modern day divorce in The Great Divorce when a couple that have been married for the past two years of their lives get a divorce.

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Helter Skelter (Japanese Film)

Helter Skelter follows a top idol star who undergoes multiple cosmetic surgeries on different parts of her body to maintain the image she’s built herself as an icon of beauty, until the result of such processes begins taking a toll on her.

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Rurouni Kenshin (2012)

Rurouni Kenshin follows an ex-assassin called Kenshin Himura (Sato) during the Meiji period (1868-1912) trying to find atonement for his past deeds by protecting those around him.

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Gantz: Perfect Answer

Gantz: Perfect Answer is the second live action installment of the Gantz series, set just a few months after what just happened on Gantz. There isn’t much of an explanation of what’s going on — except for a brief recap of the first movie — so I strongly suggest you don’t watch this on your first go.

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I Have to Buy New Shoes Trailer

It’s always good to get the chance to see Nakayama Miho. I Have to Buy New Shoes (or Atarashii Kutsu wo Kawanakucha, 新しい靴を買わなくちゃ) follows a freelance writer and a photographer who fall in love in three days in the city of Paris.