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Kimi to, nami ni noretara is a movie starring Ryôta Katayose, Rina Kawaei, and Honoka Matsumoto. A surfer and firefighter meet and fall in love.

Comedy, Romance, Drama, Fantasy, Animation, Family
Masaaki Yuasa
Honoka Matsumoto, Ryôta Katayose, Rina Kawaei, Kentaro Ito

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Genres Comedy, Romance, Drama, Fantasy, Animation, Family
Director Masaaki Yuasa
Writer Reiko Yoshida
Stars Honoka Matsumoto, Ryôta Katayose, Rina Kawaei, Kentaro Ito
Country Japan
Also Known As Ride your wave: Juntos en el mar, Ride your wave: juntos en el mar, Ride Your Wave, Ruo neng yu ni gong cheng hai lang zhi shang, Kimito, namini noretara, Lướt Sóng Cùng Em, Kimito Namini Noretara, When Riding a Wave, with You, If Riding a Wave, with You, Ride your wave, Kiminami, Cheng lang zhi yue, きみと、波にのれたら, Pegando uma Onda com Você, Riding a Wave with You, 若能与你共乘海浪之上, Lang jian shang de yue ding, El amor está en el agua
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A surfer and firefighter meet and fall in love.

Top reviews

Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 15:13

For those who are quite old enough to remember, your grandmother's good, or your sister's good, and for those of you who are kids - your grandmother's bad. Well, that's no surprise, because "A.S.O.P." is quite obvious from the outset, a series of scenes which could only exist in a short movie, where one can only take for granted what they have seen. But like a lot of these films, "A.S.O.P." is definitely one of a kind, a film that, as such, is a must see. A.S.O.P. follows a group of young kids from one small town to another, through a unique road trip to the city. It's one of the more adult-oriented films in the world, where there's no real strong sexual interest or danger (for the young and the old). Still, there are some shocking scenes of children getting beaten up by adults, as well as some really violent scenes. Nevertheless, the film is very engaging, and the story does bring up important issues of freedom, the local government and so on. The children do all the talking, but they do so by the book of the local legend, which we have already seen many times. The special effects are really good, and the characters of the young actors are very well chosen for their respective roles. The main character Jiro is played by Shintaro Katsu (best known for his supporting role in "Akira", for the Japaneses), and his sidekick Tsuyoshi is played by Rino Antenori, who is really a great actor, because he plays a lot of memorable roles, some of them even with TV talent. And of course, the always impressive Ryo Okumura is in the movie. In the end, this is a great film, and it is a film which I strongly recommend to everyone. It's a great movie, and I strongly recommend watching it. See you at the cinema, everyone!
Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 03:20

This is a story of two boys, called Fado and Tezuka, and their quest to find their missing mom. The story, written by Hiromi, is a Japanese folk tale that was almost lost by Americanized audiences during the WWII era, but is now fairly new to English-speaking audiences. It was released on DVD in Japan and aired on television in the United States. It was even spoofed on Saturday Night Live. The plot is about two children named Fado (Chyung Hong) and Tezuka (John DiMaggio), who are taking a road trip to a town in hopes of finding their mother. They stop in a hotel owned by Count Tiki (Wes Studi), who has a son, La Nanga (Anthony Mayan) who has been kidnapped. Count Tiki also has a dog named Bee (Stuart Townsend) and two white horses (Alan Bush). This little boy and boy do get lost in the woods, and eventually Fado and Tezuka find out that their mother has been kidnapped. The scene where Tezuka, after finding the kidnappers of their mother, explains that the old man is actually Count Tiki's. The red-haired boy Tezuka then follows his mother to the town, where he can reunite with her and help her. Tezuka and Fado end up finding the family dog and some candy, and together, they go to find the old man (just like in the folk tale). At the end, Tezuka and Fado get the okay to stay in the hotel that Count Tiki has (because of the counts pun) and Tezuka tells the old man that he has come to tell him to stay where he is. This story is well done for a story, and can easily be followed. In the beginning, it is easy to follow, but at the end, you will want to read a book. The performances were also very good. On the other hand, it's a story of kids, so it would be easy to do all the characters there, but in the story, they were just not used all that well. However, you could definitely take out the kids, it was a different storyline. The voice acting was done very well, with a lot of variety of characters, and with the native Japanese voice, it was easy to understand. I would recommend this story to kids and adults. It was written by Hiromi, but does not feel like she wrote it for children. She wrote it for adults, who would easily get the feel of the story. If you do not like children, I would not recommend this story, but if you do not mind children, I would recommend this story.

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