Tagged: mood: casual

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Turn It Up To 11

In essence Turn It Up To 11 is a film about rock and roll, but it also takes on a life of its own as we get involved in the turmoil of making it big in Korea’s rock scene.

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Morning Glory

Morning Glory follows eager morning show producer Becky, who gets the chance to work for Daybreak, one of the messiest and least watched shows. As the show limps its way down to the bottom of the ratings list, Becky sets out to save the show… and her career.

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Blue (Japanese Film)

Based on the manga by Kiriko Nananan, Blue follows quiet Kirishima, a high school girl that spends most her time admiring what’s around her rather than interacting with it. One day Kirishima strikes up a friendship with Endo, a girl with a mysterious past, and begins admiring her.

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Peep World

Peep World is a dysfunctional family comedy about how the naked truth can mend inevitable familial discontent.

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Radiohead – The King of Limbs

Radiohead is back, groovier than ever. Long gone are the melancholic days of The Bends, or the experimentalism of Kid A. This time, Thom Yorke and pals have taken on the challenge of making a glitchy, sample-filled dubstep album. Successfully? You be the judge.

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Letters from Kanai Nirai

Letters from Kanai Nirai tells the story of Fuki Asato, a girl living in the Okinawan islands away from everything that could resemble a big metropolis, including being away from her mother who left the island when Fuki was only seven. Since then, every year on Fuki’s birthday she receives a letter from her mom, making Fuki dream of meeting again.

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Strokes, The – Angles

Not only does Angles have the feel of their first album, but it also has the same vibe Julian Casablancas’ solo album featured, as well as new wave synth-pop, and even bossa chords on a couple of songs.

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Girl Who Leapt Through Time, The

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time tells the story of Makoto Konno, your typical, tomboy-ish high school student. One day Makoto falls in a classroom and she suddenly has the ability to travel through time as she wishes.

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I’m Jin-Young

I’m Jin-Young follows the story of a little girl, whose name is Jin-Young, who can’t wait to grow up. This feeling of wanting to grow up fast is enhanced when she meets the friend of her mother, Hyun-ji… and falls in “love” with her.

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HaHaHa

Sang-soo Hong’s HaHaHa follows the story of Moon-Kyeong, a filmmaker who’s going to Canada, and Jong-Sik, a movie critic — two long-time friends who meet and tell each other about their lives over good food and drinks.