Love Strikes!

Love Strikes!

Set one year after the drama series "Moteki." 31-year-old Yukiyo Fujimoto (Mirai Moriyama) doesn't have money, dreams or a girlfriend. He has left his job at a staffing firm and is attempting to start a new life by working as a writer for a news site. Suddenly, Yukiyo experiences "moteki" - a period when a man becomes suddenly popular with woman. Cute magazine editor Miyuki (Masami Nagasawa), pure and naive office worker Rumiko (Kumiko Aso), beautiful shop assistant Ai (Riisa Naka) and beautiful, but tough co-worker named Motoko (Yoko Maki) all become interested in Yukiyo. He tries to calm down, but is shaken by the interests of these women.

Set one year after the drama series "Moteki." 31-year-old Yukiyo Fujimoto (Mirai Moriyama) doesn't have money, dreams or a girlfriend. He has left his job at a staffing firm and is attempting to start a new life by working as a writer for a news site. Suddenly, Yukiyo experiences "moteki" - a period when a man becomes suddenly popular with woman. Cute magazine editor Miyuki (Masami Nagasawa), pure and naive office worker Rumiko (Kumiko Aso), beautiful shop assistant Ai (Riisa Naka) and beautiful, but tough co-worker named Motoko (Yoko Maki) all become interested in Yukiyo. He tries to calm down, but is shaken by the interests of these women. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vera P (fr) wrote: at first i was like aw fuck i dont like this plot, a documentary about wanna be vampires in britain BUT eventually it kinda branched off into a specific group then more about the documentary film maker and a vampire. AND they are lesbians. win. still would not buy it.

Lauren P (mx) wrote: Chris Pine is so adorable in this film I think he plays a young blind man very well :)

Faisal F (it) wrote: Never Forget The Past...

Joel A (mx) wrote: Not to bad considering it's a Jean Claude Van Damme film. This story itself is very simple and aimied at male dominated audience, due largely to the accessive violence & macho relationships. The film tries to create all this emotion linked to JCVD's charcter, but as the audience you just don't buy it. As a violent martial arts film it would have been more successful, instead in a way of being something it's not. Despite it's flaws I found it kept my interest through out, it entertains rather than enlighten....one of his better films for sure....

Arash B (mx) wrote: "Kapuchnik" I haven't seen Big Deal on Madonna Street yet but I really enjoyed Welcome to Collinwood , I mean it may not be a great comedy but from a personal point of view I really liked the story & its characters, There are also so many hilarious lines & Sam Rockwell rocks

Paul S (ru) wrote: one of the first films to highlight rap and street culture,not a strong story nor acted well,but a documentery feel to it...............

Leigh B (fr) wrote: an absolutely stunning film. its portrayal of war is moving and thought-provoking, but it's also a cinematic masterpiece - so clever and inventive. i take my hat off to richard attenborough.

Will E (mx) wrote: One of my favorite Barbara Steele movies--she is supernaturally hot. Not really based on a Poe story. Otherwise it's a classic B/W Gothic horror movie in the old-school manner.

J T (ru) wrote: Apart from the movie being useless, it was a very poor representation of a brilliant book, they didn't even try to make main characters look like they were described, several times, and missing crucial plot points along with adding a love interest which didn't happen until the third book... just grasping at straws for kid's interest. And making the gadgets less believeable than they were... if they tried so hard to make it a kids movie, why the hell did it result in an M rating in Australia?? Psshht

Jessica S (gb) wrote: Dinner and a movie with my <3 We shall see what we gain from this movie, lol. Hope its a goodie.

Bill T (nl) wrote: For some weird reason, I was expecting more from this rewatch of this Bill Murray movie. A lot of sentimental pap, a little humor, but otherwise a below average retelling of the Charles Dickens classic.

Vismund C (au) wrote: Sprinkles of written rhetoric, pretentiously panning shots, a film for the 1% or camera-men, waste of time, even for people in their mid-life crisis

Plain C (ag) wrote: better than i thought it was gonna be.