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ESC to close 3.12 (by 52 users)youki na gyangu ga chikyuu wo mawasu
  • 2006
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized youki na gyangu ga chikyuu wo mawasu
native
english A Cheerful Gang Turns The Earth (literal)

Based On

based on book
title youki na gyangu ga chikyuu o mawasu
author Isaka Koutarou (伊坂幸太郎)

Genres

genres comedy, crime

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 13 May, 2006
duration 92 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.12 of 5 by 52 users
total users 99
rating 162

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Synopsis

Naruse, Yukiko, Kuon and Kyouno met by chance and formed a bank robbing gang combining their special talents. Their robberies are not conventional ones though, they're fine romantic performances. But one day, after successfully finishing one of their artistic robberies, something unexpected happens and the gang is forced to face some people and happenings from their past.

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Naruse
main
Kyouno
main
Kuon
main
Yukiko
main
Shouko
supporting
Jimichi
supporting

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14 Feb, 2011
I started watching this movie because of Matsuda Shouta since it was his first work in the big screen and I was really curious, but I ended up liking it a lot.

The characters were interesting and well portrayed, and the colorful wardrobe/scenery made me feel cheerful; actually, I soon understood that the fact that this word is included in the title is not a coincidence. The plot had a perfect combination of drama and comedy, it even had some surprising moments I didn't expect, that culminated with a perfect ending following the dramatic, comical, cheerful and surprising development of the film.

The acting of the main characters was almost flawless. Even when Matsuda Shouta was clearly nervous as hell, he managed to portray the cheerful personality of his character, and Oosawa Takao was simply delightful, a gift for the eyes in all possible senses (also, he's so pretty that sometimes he even looks like korean~). Then it was my first time seeing Suzuki Kyouka and Satou Kouichi, but both of them passed with a good score, as well as Katou Rousa, always in her sweet and fresh line.

I finished the film with a smile on my face and a very pleasant feeling, so I highly recommend it, especially if you're having a bad day and need to distract yourself.
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