Tony Takitani had a solitary childhood. Being alone was normal since his mother died young and his father was always away with his jazz band. At school he studied art, but while his sketches are accurate and detailed they lack feeling. Used to being self-sufficient, Tony seems to find emotions illogical and immature. After finding his true vocation as a technical illustrator, he becomes fascinated by Eiko, a client who in turn is fascinated by high end fashion. Eiko is like an angel in Tony's daily existence, and for the first time in his life, he feels connected to the outside world. However, Eiko does have one fault: she's a clothing shopaholic. Eventually he marries her, and his life changes. He feels vibrantly alive and for the first time he understands and fears loneliness. But her obsession with designer clothes begins to worry him. When he asks her to economize, the consequences are tragic.
Jesse F (br) wrote: let me premise this by saying that if you're not a DIE-HARD fan of cheese, then stay as far away from this movie as possible. that being said, i laughed so hard watching this. the opening scenes with mike at the beach remembering his marriage are hilarious and their facial expressions are priceless. bonus points for the monotonous/strangely upbeat soundtrack!
Christine R (au) wrote: what a waste of my life
Bill B (ca) wrote: Thea Gill annoyed to me no end on 'Queer as Folk', and I thought it was just her character. Wrong. It's her. She's equally annoying in this movie as is everyone else in this waste of celluloid (except maybe the actress who plays the young daughter).Stick figures on puppets would have shown better acting chops than this ensemble (and they could be reused again and again on mediocre GLBT indie films that everyone raves about).
Mayank M (nl) wrote: Stealing inspirations from Xmen n tons of other movies, sound score from Inception this movie is a load of copycat work. Rakesh & Rajesh Roshan need to call it quits now after this disaster with amateur visuals n sound n leave th super talent of Hrithik Roshan in the hands of better directors.
Kerby H (us) wrote: A really well thought out self-aware kind of movie. Steve Coogan is hilarious, although the premise of the movie is super weird.
Francisco A (au) wrote: Funny, fast and messy.
Mandy W (us) wrote: Such a hilarious and weird Cantonese cop drama-noir.How hilarious...!
Nathan B (de) wrote: There isn't anything special about this movie that makes you want to continue watching it.
Evan R (kr) wrote: Awesome film, an all time favourite!
Marian G (ag) wrote: Very original movie. I like the fact that he hadn't been always so perfect. It's very realistic and it makes everything has sense .
Rory Fyfe S (kr) wrote: Great movie. Looks expensive and great acting.
Lori F (kr) wrote: Other than the crazy policeman husband .... What a sweet, romantic movie!! Sigh
Adam S (gb) wrote: This movie is probably one of the best movies I've ever seen. Funny storyline, funny characters, funny lines. It's all funny! Will Ferrell is the perfect actor for the position of Ricky bobby, with his humor it makes it ten times better. I would highly recommend this to flick to anyone. Works great for movies with friends, date nights, or family time movies.you will not be let down.
Ian M (br) wrote: If you haven't read the books you basically have no idea WTF is going on or the point of it all for 90 per cent of the movie. Will Poulter plays an annoying twat with his drag queen eyebrows as usual. Dylan O'Brien and Ki Hong Lee being beautiful kept me going. Entertaining but nothing special.