Big Dreams Little Tokyo
Big Dreams Little Tokyo is the story of Boyd, an American with an uncanny ability to speak Japanese. Boyd aspires to succeed in the world of Japanese business but finds himself mostly on the outside looking in. Meanwhile, his roommate Jerome, is a Japanese American who has always felt too American to be Japanese but too Japanese to be American. He aspires to be a sumo wrestler but finds his weight and blood pressure are thwarting his dreams. Together they struggle to find their place in a world where cultural identity is seldom what it seems.
- Stars:Toby Stephens, Claudie Blakley, Andy Nyman, Babou Ceesay, Tim McInnerny, Laura Harris, Danny Dyer, David Gilliam, Juli Drajkó, Dave Boyle, Jayson Watabe, Rachel Morihiro, Drew Knight, Pepe Serna, Michael Yama, James Kyson, Sonny Saito, Robert Suetsugu, Naohiro Takita, Dane Allred, Kei Miyara, Yuta Kinjo, Jonna Tamases, Hiroshi Watanabe,
- Director:Dave Boyle,
- Writer:Dave Boyle
Big Dreams Little Tokyo is the story of Boyd, an American with an uncanny ability to speak Japanese. Boyd aspires to succeed in the world of Japanese business but finds himself mostly on the outside looking in. Meanwhile, his roommate Jerome, is a Japanese American who has always felt too American to be Japanese but too Japanese to be American. He aspires to be a sumo wrestler but finds his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: Happend again, news Jan 2016, Long Beach. 'Sundiver' scuba company.
(gb) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.
(au) wrote: nice holiday family movie
(ag) wrote: I thought that this film was shot really well and had a lot of funny parts but it kind of drug on and seemed much more silly than scary...
(au) wrote: Good acting, especially Reese Witherspoon. Dark comedy. Not a feel good movie. More dark side of human nature again.
(ag) wrote: Donnie Wahlberg looks so much like Mark Wahlberg in this movie, that it's scary, but if you give me a Wahlberg in a movie set in Boston, I'mma watch it.
(gb) wrote: David Duchovny's second attempt to launch a film career that had nothing to do with "The X-Files" or "Red Shoe Diaries". It's a fairly pedestrian thriller that manages to avoid being awful while simultaneously avoiding being memorable. On the plus side, casting Timothy Hutton as the villain sounds like an awful idea, but it ends up being a serviceable one.
(it) wrote: (from The Watermark 09/30/95) Garcia plays twin brothers named Ruben and Robbie. Ruben is the flibbertigibbet with a heart of gold, while Robbie is the greedy businessman. When their rich mother dies and leaves all of her wealth to Ruben, Robbie retaliates by using his power with the local police and judicial system to re-acquire the family riches for himself. Marketed as a romantic comedy, the film makes the glaring error of starting out too serious, and when the comedy kicks in, it takes too long for us to get used to it. Add the occasional passionate-monologue-delivered-in-court to try and tug at our heart strings, the final product is a jumbled-up waste of time. Arkin is wonderfully farcical in his supporting role as Ruben?s business advisor, but do we really need another good twin/bad twin vehicle? Queer Quotient: The mother?s sleazebag lawyer (played by Joe Pantoliano) acts suspiciously like a fellow sister. Thank goodness he ends up seeing the light, and helps out the good guys - in drag no less. No sexuality is inferred, but if not for dressing up like a woman, what?s a good fag for?
(ca) wrote: I am a big fan of songs of this movie
(ag) wrote: I always wondered why I didn't really remember this movie and that's because it's Jean Claude Van-Garbage. His Top 5 will always be: Bloodsport, Universal Soldier, Kickboxer, Cyborg, and Hard Target or maybe Lionheart. The rest of his movies are practically unwatchable.
(mx) wrote: what a gem. what a gem. WHAT A GEM. a beautiful journey through life itself. Love the score, love the landscape. love the magnificent ending. PERFECT.
(es) wrote: LOL...what more can you say about this one. Poor Stallone..."
(br) wrote: An incredibly engrossing episodic tale of the lives of children in a small French town in the mid-1970s by the late Francois Truffaut who rise to fame started with a film about youth, The 400 Blows. L' Argent de Poche is a lighter view of childhood than the 400 Blows ,more in the style of other mid 1970s episodic comedies, American Graffiti or Cooley High that pulls you into a sense of merriment before unloading it's darker side upon you. The stories range from a young boy who falls miraculously unscathed from his bedroom window to a boy's crush on his best friend's mother to a child who is abused who scrounges for food at night. There is a real whimsy to this film that allows entry into these lives of both the children and the adults who see after them without losing the reality of the character. A truly lovely film created during the later portion of Truffaut's brilliant career.
(jp) wrote: Endlessly repulsive, entertaining for no one. The only positive point is that the movie never backs down. It never tries to be funny or entertaining for that matter, just bleak and grotesque. It sticks to it's guns.
(ca) wrote: Very good movie. I really want to see it again.