The Great Passage
Majime, an eccentric man in publishing company, who has unique ability of words, joins the team that will compile a new dictionary, ‘The Great Passage.’ In the eclectic team, he becomes immersed in the world of dictionaries. But the team is overwhelmed with problems. Will ‘The Great Passage’ ever be completed?
- Stars:Ryûhei Matsuda, Aoi Miyazaki, Jô Odagiri, Kaoru Kobayashi, Gô Katô, Haru Kuroki, Misako Watanabe, Chizuru Ikewaki, Shingo Tsurumi, Hiroko Isayama, Kaoru Yachigusa, Kumiko Asô, Naoki Matayoshi, Ryû Morioka, Kazuki Namioka,
- Director:Yûya Ishii,
- Writer:Shiwon Miura (based on the novel by), Kensaku Watanabe (screenplay)
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(gb) wrote: my best movie awarapan
(br) wrote: It's not the greatest film ever, but that doesn't mean it's not brilliant. Makes the Mighty Ducks movie cry and burn children's little ears with profanity =D
(ag) wrote: I give it a ten, a fucking ten. I have to agree, I mean I still got wood.
(it) wrote: probably the last movie before Kathleen Turner became a man??
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(mx) wrote: Awesome for a true story!!
(de) wrote: Not creepy, not eerie but just rubbish.
(de) wrote: One of Chabrol's best
(gb) wrote: One of the most underrated American films of the 1970s, with an extraordinary, explosive performance from Dustin Hoffman that rivals his work in Midnight Cowboy and Rain Man.
(ru) wrote: It is maybe true that Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman are two of the best actors of its generation (as critics say), and Linney has not an Oscar yet because she did not have the perfect role. It is maybe true that this story talks about the inside of the people. However, the problem is that, in this sad drama, you can know what is going to happen from the beginning: mid-life crisis, the drama of getting old, conflicts between parents and sons. So, not more than you expected in a hard movie, difficult to watch because of the though issue it talks about. If you do not care about that, it is OK for you, but maybe a little depressing until character which (all or them) are not white or black at all but are full of a dull, very realistic grey. Very correct soundtrack, even very good, I would say.
(au) wrote: Starring Richard Attenborough, John Hurt and Judy Geeson. Attenborough is terrifying as the serial killer John Christie, who, in the late '40s, framed his tenant for one of his murders. Based on a real case, this film lead to the abolition of the death penalty in Great Britain. Directed by Richard Fleischer.
(us) wrote: Enamored with much of the film!
(us) wrote: Another world, really.
(kr) wrote: Joan Fontaine is stunning in this. I perhaps cannot pass a correct judgment on this film; a proper analysis. I'm not saying it is a great film, but I feel totally biased. This woman, (her performance, plus the situation of the film, which I think is mounted with maturity) certainly made my emotions bubble. A pang of loneliness followed me throughout. My brain went quietly screwy, I feel embarrassed to say. Perhaps even more than the filmmaker intended.Dare I sayyy I was blinded by Joan in much the same way that she was blinded by Stefan in the film. We were unable to see past our infatuations, to the realities of the person/film underneath. (We know it and we just don't care.)I don't want to feel that pang again however, so I will stay away.
(br) wrote: One of the best martial arts movies ever
(ca) wrote: An excellent cop film that shows what the warriors in blue go through each day. Props to David Ayer for showing us what it means to be a cop in the real world.
(au) wrote: well crafted beautifully shot bio-pic oh and another lost review.
(kr) wrote: Mind blowing sci-fi action packed epic from the great Steven Spielberg!
(ag) wrote: I cant explain why I enjoy this film but I do.
(ca) wrote: This movie was cheesy but funny but cool I liked it.