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Lost in Translation
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Directed By
Sofia Coppola

Cast:
Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Giovanni Ribisi, Akira Yamaguchi, Kazuyoshi Minamimagoe, Kazuko Shibata, Take, Akira Yamaguchi, Catherine Lambert, François du Bois, Tim Leffman, Gregory Pekar, Richard Allen, Yutaka Tadokoro, Ryuichiro Baba

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Lost in Translation (2003)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
March 11th, 2007

It was better the second time around

Sometimes I watch a movie and I just don't get it. The accolades flowed
for this one and I really couldn't see what all the fuss was about. It is supposedly the best work of young Sofia Coppola's career. Maybe it is the deadpan way that Bill Murray plays his characters. He just seems so emotionless to me.

I watched it again this morning and it made perfect sense to me. It was
an extremely funny movie that showed how things do get Lost in
Translation. Not only the obvious cultural differences from the land of
my birth and the land of my heritage, but the differences between men
and women.

Not only was it a funny film, but it was sweet and tender at the same
time and the obstacles were overcome in the end to where both
understood each other perfectly.

Skintastic Moment: Scarlett Johansson doesn't do nude, but this film opens with her super-shapely, pantie-clad ass filling the screen.

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Zara
Mar 11, 2007 4:17 PM
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There was something about this movie that I loved and something that I hated about it at the same time. It was really hard for me to pinpoint the exact nature of my feelings towards it and I still can't. Sure, it's always fun to start a movie with the shot of a really nice ass, but... I don't know.
Movie Addict
Mar 11, 2007 5:14 PM
 
I really think this is one of those films you have to watch several times. It is a film, not a popcorn experience. I still think I have more to discover in it.



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