One Million Yen Girl

One Million Yen Girl

A 21-year-old girl is released from prison, only to deal with the neighborhood gossip about her and family conflicts. She decides to save one million yen, move to where no one knows her and keep repeating the process.

A 21-year-old girl is released from prison, only to deal with the neighborhood gossip about her and family conflicts. She decides to save one million yen, move to where no one knows her and keep repeating the process. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matt M (jp) wrote: Gay, beautiful, smart, Mexican Margarita seems to be the ultimate 21st century Mary Poppins seems to be the perfect nanny. Despite this, overwhelmed by their financial struggles, the family she works for reluctantly decides to fire her. At the same time, her closeted girlfriend refuses to take their relationship to the next level or even embrace her homosexuality in public. Her life gets suddenly more complicated after an accident reveals her as an illegal immigrant and authorities want to have her deported. Yes, Margarita could have been a very dark movie indeed but in the end Cardona and Colbert seem much more interesting in establishing a warmer and much more upbeat connection between the characters and the audience. This is also achieved through the very likeable performances by the cast, headed by an impressive Nicola Correia Damude in the titular character role. The result thankfully is not only charming but also credible and respectful of the serious themes it deals with. Perhaps more remarkably, however, is its genuinely funny sense of humour, hence avoiding of the biggest setbacks of the vast majority of similar films - straight or gay. It must also be noted that it's nice to see a good film with a lesbian lead character that doesn't end in tragedy, isn't surrounded by controversy or come across as blatant exploitation.

VERENICE L (es) wrote: weird but super funny, love the calaveritas

Zachary S (fr) wrote: Kind of like an animated Brokeback Mountain, but more for kids. It's actually very good.

Eric H (ag) wrote: The movie is very childish but it's made of Nickelodion so that's not very strange. For kids at age 7-12. I only watched it for one reason...Chilli from TLC is in it!:) But it's a well done movie if you are a child...

Tarek R (ag) wrote: i loved it especially de niro's performance in the last scene at the public hearing was amazing!!!

Natalie K (it) wrote: Not worth my time...

Bryan M (es) wrote: One of the funnier blaxploitation flicks made in the early 70's; actually it kinda predates the whole blax genre as its more of a comedic crime drama. Still, a must see if you're into funky soundtracks, gritty street footage from the 70's, or if you wanna check out pre-Sanford & Son Redd Foxx.

Paul D (fr) wrote: As a sequel it's not a bad effort as there's enough laughs here to enjoy.

Matty W (us) wrote: I really wish the entire movie was more like the last 15 minutes or so. It was a "sci-fi" movie that didn't have any futuristic or science fiction feel to it besides the notion of "frequencies" and how sound played a role in them. It was a thought provoking movie - for the most part - but overall, the execution was not very well done.

Lucy S (ag) wrote: This was undoubtedly the WORST film I have ever seen. I have a relatively high threshold when it comes to film violence but this film was nauseatingly violent. It functions as no more than a tacky, cheap and unoriginal commentary on British upper class elitism. The film, for the first three-quarters is boring, ultimately glorifying hedonism, sexism and racism. Then the most violent, poorly crafted scene confronts you. The violence in this almost ritualistic fight scene is atrocious. Above all, the scene is misplaced and jolting. I found myself unable to complete the scene, skipping over it for the most part. Then you are slammed with some atrocious vow of mate-ship, followed by further glorification of notions that the rich are superior to the poor. I gave this movie one-star because for the first ten minutes I enjoyed gawking at the British talent. However, this does not in any way improve the film. I cannot find the words to fully express my disdain towards this film. Do not watch this film! The violence is borderline assaulting and the plotline is incredibly shallow and dry.