Tagged: hikari mitsushima
Though the years seem to take away more and more of my energy and ability to write, I still want to share the new music I encountered in 2017. Whether you want a new dance rhythm or something to sing along to, or just want to forget life and become sound, I hope you find something new to like!
Continuing with my traditional End of the Year lists— following the recent publication of my Music Highlights; you’ll see -as it is already customary- a lot of crossover picks. After all, good albums usually have some good tracks.
Four people meet to form a mediocre string quartet, revealing along their journey their stories, their weaknesses, and their ultimate unremarkable purpose in life: Make music that they enjoy.
Studio Ponoc continues to astonish with second trailer of the fantasy adventure, Mary and the Witch’s Flower (メアリと魔女の花).
A year after the unsolved murder of an elite salary man’s wife and child, a reporter begins to ask questions.
Oyaji no Senaka is a 10-episode series anthology focusing on fathers’ relationships with their children and families, written and directed by ten different teams of creatives and featuring ten different sets of actors.
In honor of the 55th anniversary of Fuji TV’s Wakamonotachi (若者たち) series, they’ve decided to do a 2014 version with an impressive cast list that includes Satoshi Tsumabuki, Eita, Hikari Mitsushima, Yu Aoi, Ai Hashimoto, and Masami Nagasawa.
So… who made the list and who didn’t. In what positions were my biases placed?
Instead of reviewing my favorite films of the past decade (2000-09) for The LAMB’s Foreign Chops: Best of the 2000s, I wanted to list them all.
Mettel Ray is having a Movie Alphabet blogathon! So I thought it’d be fun to participate with my own mix… which proved to be varied. I wonder… will you find any surprise?