Midsummer's Equation

Midsummer's Equation

Masaharu Fukuyama reprises his role from 2008's "Suspect X," playing the physicist-cum-detective Manabu Yukawa. The scientist-sleuth arrives in an oceanside town to speak on a panel. But when a man turns up dead outside the inn where he's staying, Yukawa begins to unravel the connections that tie the victim to the activist daughter of the innkeepers, and a precocious boy who first appears on a train—and keeps popping up. It's a Sherlock Holmes mystery with an environmental twist, and one that should please fans of a classic whodunnit.

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  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
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Masaharu Fukuyama reprises his role from 2008's "Suspect X," playing the physicist-cum-detective Manabu Yukawa. The scientist-sleuth arrives in an oceanside town to speak on a panel. But when a man turns up dead outside the inn where he's staying, Yukawa begins to unravel the connections that tie the victim to the activist daughter of the innkeepers, and a precocious boy who first appears on a train—and keeps popping up. It's a Sherlock Holmes mystery with an environmental twist, and one that should please fans of a classic whodunnit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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MariePier D (us) wrote: Watch it to laugh with the kids and to feel good you're kid has friends...

Angela Z (ru) wrote: Another one that's not for everyone but I thought it was HILARIOUS! And a really twisted joke on male one-upmanship. I also like how sweet the friendship with the two guys is. Fellas, I think you'll laugh harder than I did.

Gany T (au) wrote: Megatron once again he was great in the story he even killed his brother optimus prime

Rock Y (ru) wrote: Solid story telling. Great film that says so much.

Jesse B (jp) wrote: Unnecessary sequel is neither better or worse than its poor predecessor.

JJ M (ru) wrote: This is a passable drama that follows a series of intriguing inter-connected stories of middle-aged couples and flirts with themes of extra-marital affairs, masculinity, familial loss and murder. It produces some quality efforts from it's largely Australian cast, and of course Barbara Hershey. However unique and extraordinary it may seem in it's own country, I found that it never rose above mundanity. That was unfortunate because although it's concept was spot on, it never kicked up enough of a fuss and never fully challanged me head-on and I think that it's subject matter was crying out for it. II don't know, maybe it has something to do with Australian sentimentalities and the country's ethos of playing everything so bloody safe!

Berp H (es) wrote: Zach Galiafanakis is awesome. Saw him live.

Bruce H (ag) wrote: Great cast, great movie.

Barry R (fr) wrote: Can I say "masterpiece" without making you reach for a large sock full of manure? Okay, Masterpiece. Starting with the best story by a great storyteller. Taste, delicacy, subtlety. And my favorite movie of all time.

John A (jp) wrote: Peter Fonda And Warren Oats Star In This Surprise Box-Office Hit Of 1975. It's Probably One Of The First Films To Mix The Horror And Road Movie Genre. After Witnessing A Satanic Sacrifice Two Couples Must Go On The Run From The Cult, Bumping Into Many Members During Their Escape. This Ultimately Leads To A Full On Attack Near The End Of The Film. Slow For The Most Part, With Great Performances And A Good Plot Driven Story.

Camden M (jp) wrote: It is too long and doesn't get good until the end.

jarrad b (au) wrote: Decent horror flick done on a low budget, with Robert England doing his thing very well. Story was alright but the horror was great.

Ahmed M (nl) wrote: This movie keeps you entertained as you witness, the start to The School Of Rock! Also, this film felt very similar to the movie 'Mohabbatein'.