Asako (Aya Ueto) is your typical seventeen-year-old, high school truant. She has no goals for the future and doesn’t know what direction her life is taking. Then she meets Aoki Kazuyoshi, a ten-year-old boy living nearby. Although still a precocious child, Kazuyoshi poses as a twenty-six-year-old housewife on an erotic internet chat site. Kazuyoshi invites Asako into the erotic business world, and she immediately becomes immersed in an adult world that she had no idea existed. The door is wide open for the curious Asako, who discovers things that she has never dreamed of, but is this truly the right path for her life?
- Stars:Aya Ueto, Shichinosuke Nakamura, Ryûnosuke Kamiki, Takashi Ukaji, Hiroshi Kanbe, Yôji Tanaka, Yoshiyuki Morishita, Hiroshi Ohkôchi, Tomohiro Waki, Rei Kikukawa, Hijiri Kojima, Yoshiko Tanaka,
- Director:Kei Kataoka,
- Writer:Mika Ohmori (screenplay), Risa Wataya (novel)
Asako (Aya Ueto) is your typical seventeen-year-old, high school truant. She has no goals for the future and doesn’t know what direction her life is taking. Then she meets Aoki Kazuyoshi, a ten-year-old boy living nearby. Although still a precocious child, Kazuyoshi poses as a twenty-six-year-old housewife on an erotic internet chat site. Kazuyoshi invites Asako into the erotic business world, and she immediately becomes immersed in an adult world that she had no idea existed. The door is wide open for the curious Asako, who discovers things that she has never dreamed of, but is this truly the right path for her life? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: I liked the other blue lagoons but this one is just not working for me.
(br) wrote: S den ene og alene pga Jamie Dornan sukk. Helt ok.
(fr) wrote: Even as someone who enjoyed "Daredevil", it came as a surprise that the film was followed up with the spin-off/sequel "Elektra". But despite its apparent continuity with "Daredevil", "Elektra" is a completely different film, both in terms of tone and entertainment. While "Daredevil" was fairly grounded and enjoyable, "Elektra" is dull and supernatural to a fault. This is largely due to the fact that it draws from every clich in the (comic) book. The action is just a bunch of kung fu, and it gets boring real quick. There is a rushed, forced romance. And the bad guys are a band of misfit, wannabe villains that turn into green farts when they die.From its generic origin story to its unsatisfying ending, "Elektra" fails to distinguish itself from its far superior cousins, like "Spider-Man" and "X-Men". Jennifer Garner may be a good lead actress in other films, but she doesn't have what it takes to be a lead in an action flick. I'll give "Elektra" credit for being a female-led superhero film, but it is unfortunate that one of the first female-led superhero films made is so unenjoyable and a poor adaption of the character.
(mx) wrote: Well this movie surprised be by being really good. There a definitely some things taken from earlier films (ace in the hole big time) and many hostage movies around this time. I have to give this film credit though it bring up lots of issues and says a lot of things about our culture and the media and human ambition. I also think hoffman and travolta give great performances and work well together. Alan Alda Again does a turn on his usually likable self and is somewhat of the villain, even though everyone had a bad side in the movie. This time i go against the reviews, this is a very well done movie.
(jp) wrote: Nice family movie and a good story line to stand up for the ones you love and care about. Look forward to seeing part 2
(de) wrote: This was more than decent. Very enjoyable con-artist/boxing flick that was better than Rocky III, IV and especially V.
(au) wrote: Writer/director Larry Cohen is one of my favorite filmmakers because his films are always original and bring something interesting to whichever disreputable genre he happens to be working in at the moment. In "Q" which is sometimes known as "Q: The Winged Serpent" is a clever mash-up of a police procedural with something of a medieval fantasy, which then ends up being at it's heart a horror film, telling the gonzo story of a series of mysterious rooftop murders in New York City. The culprit is an Aztec god in the form of a giant flying serpent who skilling people to feed it's young, who are nesting at the top of the Chrysler Building. A low level con-man criminal, played by the greatly underrated and underused Michael Moriarty stumbles upon the the creature's lair is when the story takes a wildly entertaining turn. Moriarty's foil is David Carradine, playing a NYC detective in charge of investigating the series of murders. Moriarty and Carradine are both great, giving utterly sincere performances for a ridiculous situation. I'd forgotten how great an onscreen presence Carradine has and made me want to re-watch him in the "Kill Bill" films, since Carradine's list of quality films is sadly pretty short. However, as fun as this film is, it is missing the usual subtext present in most of Cohen's films. This film seems like it's more of just a fun monster movie and a pretty darn entertaining on. This may be due to the fact that this film was rushing into production after Cohen was fired off of another picture ("I, the Jury") and he decided he didn't want to waste his hotel room and pitched this idea of low budget schlock producer Samuel Z. Arkoff and this film zipped into production. Despite the film lacking a thoughtful subtext or social commentary present in most of Cohen's films, this film is still a rollicking good time.
(ca) wrote: Liza and Robert were good together here but you kinda wonder why they didn't get together again. Good but becomes a little stale after some time.
(au) wrote: One of the best of the series - all the gang in top form here peaking with the works outing to Brighton - just wonderful stuff and can only leave you with a smile on your face - if you like toilet humour then this is for you!!!
(kr) wrote: I always feel this film gets a bad rap. Stylistically, it's gorgeous. The costumes, makeup & hair are outstanding, a real look into that era's popular culture. While the acting varies between flat & overwrought, some scenes have real power (Patty Duke's final scene is sad & affecting). Sure it's melodrama. But the delightful Susan Hayward chewing the scenery, equally matched by Duke, is a real pleasure. There really is substance & meat to the story, and the poignancy is wonderfully underscored by Dionne Warwick. Enjoy with an open mind.
(jp) wrote: As rambling as any story about songwriting and singing as it could be, GHTG succeeds because of Emily Browning, who makes me care. I look forward to Stuart making another film too. Great songs, of course.