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 Korean and Japanese, both childhood rivals, form an unlikely bond when they are forced to depend on each other during hellish WWII.
A defense attorney finally finds a witness that can prove her client innocent. The problem is he’s a 500-year old ghost.
A woman suddenly disappears without a trace. Her fiancee searches frantically, and he realizes that she is not who she claims to be.
Phoenix Wright is a rookie lawyer against all odds. To find the truth to his latest case, he has to flip logic on its head.
If the US attempt at a Dragonball Z remake is considered an “evolution”, then Charles Darwin would be crying in shame.
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The king’s concubine gets stuck in the middle of the prince’s lust, her former lover’s scheme for revenge, and her mother-in-law’s thirst for power.
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.
Goemon discovers a conspiracy that resulted in the murder of his former master. The legendary thief sets off on his quest for vengeance.
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An orphaned boy finds his way into an alternate world populated by beasts. There, he is befriended and raised by one.