Sakiko is a typical teenager in many ways. She hates her divorced father, who chases after every skirt he sees. She does not know, if she will ever be loved by the other sex. When her dad suddenly inherits a lot of money and becomes really lazy, she hates him even more. He finally decides to start his own cafe, where Sakiko, of course has to help. From this moment, strange customers and good-looking waitresses form the center of tension between father and daughter.
- Stars:Hiroyuki Miyasako, Riisa Naka, Kumiko Asô, Chaotic Cosmos, Mickey Curtis, Dankan, Mari Hamada, Meiken Itô, Haruna Kondô, Yôsuke Saitô, Hajime Taniguchi, Sôkô Wada,
- Director:Keisuke Yoshida,
- Writer:Keisuke Yoshida (screenplay)
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(it) wrote: Very good movie. While it's not very original, Employee of the Month is still very funny and has great performances from Cook (surprisingly), Shepard, Dick, Williams, and Ramirez. It probably would've been a lot better had it gone for the R-rating.
(us) wrote: The best documentary I've seen. With the wise use of the era's media, it made the experience so vivid.
(fr) wrote: Our pathetically emo hero in this film had problems long before his father died.
(au) wrote: Who doesn't want to watch a movie that was never released because it is about an LAPD death squad and Rodney King occurred right after it was filmed? I can see why Blockbuster doesn't carry it and Netflix only does it with streaming just for political correctness reasons. Poor Lou Diamond Phillips as this could have been his breakout role.
(jp) wrote: Ted Levine steals the show in this one...
(mx) wrote: what is good about this film is how natural it feels- with a light touch on a serious subject about caring for one's parents in their twilight years, brill perfs too.
(ag) wrote: Interesting adaptation of "Ninotchka" with Astaire and Charisse (who plays Garbo's role). Dance numbers are very good, and some of the humor from the original is still there.
(au) wrote: What a cool movie. I came in expecting kind of a joke of an entertaining movie considering the preview had Samuel Jackson chaining up a little white girl, but I was pleasently surprised. An all too interesting story and good acting(with the exception of Justin Timberlake) makes this a must-see in my opinion.
(nl) wrote: Wow. Beutiful and amazing.
(mx) wrote: It's a cute little tale.....
(jp) wrote: This movie did not get the credit it deserved. Too many critics simply cannot keep up with artistic innovation. You know a movie (and a book) worth if its something that you talk and think about for days later. This is one of those movies for better or worse.
(gb) wrote: Funny, had to keep reminding myself this was made in the 60's