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This DVD is not worth owning or renting.
"Lost in Translation" is filled with many tiny moments like this, moments that make up real life but are seldom captured so effectively on film.
I think this will just be one of the movies I either don't get, or I saw the point but it was so small, I expected something bigger.
Was this the scarlet johansen movie? because thats all I was watching! ok.Published 2 days ago by manuel oquendo
Epic, from the opening scene with S-Jo on her hotel bed, all the way to the last scene between Bill Murray and S-Jo when they say their goodbyes. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
One of my 5 favorite movies of all times. I can't think of another movie where I found myself identifying with both characters: the middle aged angst of the Bill Murray character,... Read morePublished 2 days ago by LuJunDi
The movie was good but the case had a giant cut along the back of it.Published 15 days ago by Emiliano DeSantiago
One of the most beautiful films ever made. I cry every time I watch it.Published 19 days ago by R. Kistler
I've watched this movie many times. It's great if you have curiosity or appreciation of a Japanese setting. It's also a very excellent (and subtle) romance story.Published 1 month ago by GJY
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Excellent news. I will happily be double dipping on this one. :)
Aug 29, 2010 by Dave Mailloux | See all 23 posts
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watched the video in question, and at first i thought "oh, just the setting is the same" but then the shots of the people laying on the bed and sitting on the window happened, and i think it is safe to say that sofia coppola or lance acord or somebody else must've seen the video. good...
Dec 27, 2009 by John M. Backstrom III | See all 2 posts