Let’s take a look back at our favorite films to come out of Japan in 2016!
When a 70 year-old grandmother magically turns into her 20 year-old self, she experiences all the things she couldn’t in her youth.
In an effort to impress their cute teacher, the boys of the swimming club promise to learn the seductive art of synchronized swimming.
By accidentally poisoning the school band, Tomoko and her friends are forced to take up horns, and they inadvertently discover their love for jazz music.
Three bounty hunting femme fatales are tasked by a Korean Charlie to track down a royal envoy carrying a sought-after treasure.
A bunch of 15-year olds have a hard time seducing their studly teacher, until they discover what turns him on: farting.
Three orphans grow up with two fatherly figures – a crime boss and a police officer – and are trained to be professional thieves.
Take a look back at 2015, and the great films that have come out of Japan. Did your favorite Japanese films make our list?
A defense attorney finally finds a witness that can prove her client innocent. The problem is he’s a 500-year old ghost.
Noa and Noe run a hamburger shop along the Galaxy Turnpike. Day to day, folks of different alien races stop by, and havoc and shenanigans ensue.
A woman is determined to become a successful ramen chef, and enlists the help of a stranger and his gang of merry men.
Two high school students decide to join forces and become manga artists, working their butts off so that they can get serialized in a renowned manga magazine.