Boku no kanojo wa saibôgu (Cyborg Girl) (Cyborg She) (2008)

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My Sassy Girl and Windstruck director Jae-young Kwak wraps up his popular "My Sassy Girl" series with this romantic comedy about a lonely young may who fall in love with an emotionless cyborg. Jiro (Keisuke Koide) is celebrating his birthday alone when he crosses paths with a mysterious young beauty. After a lovely dinner together, the girl vanishes without a trace. Exactly one year later, the girl reappears to celebrate Jiro's twenty-first birthday. But something is different this year, and when the situation suddenly turns violent Jiro makes a shocking discovery about his eccentric new companion. As benevolent and beautiful as she may be, however, is there such a thing as true love between man and machine? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Part rom com, part disaster movie. A few bits left me cold (for example the pet eating scene), but on the whole I liked it. Very moving at the end and some cute early scenes.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

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This slight romantic comedy, made in Japan, has (like many Japanese films) a weird quirky vein running through it that'll have you scratching yer head sometimes, even if you know what effect they were going for. A cousin to Terminator, this film asks the number one question of twenty first century sci-fi, namely, when will they build a cellphone I can fall in love with / have sex with? The sci-fi answer is always the same (duh, "yes!" and "soon!") and the rest is only watching the kinks get worked out. So, fall in love with your robot all over again.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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Cyborg Girl is your typical Japanese romantic comedy, which means it's cute, weird, and features a guy falling in love with a robot and a city-destroying disaster thrown in for good measure. Haruka Ayase does a good job in dual roles that get a lot of mileage out of the the fact that she's impossibly pretty and utterly adorable. Check it out if you're interested in this sort of thing, it's average but entertaining.

Lewis C.
Lewis C.

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Funny wonderful...Heartbraking what more can you ask for??? I loved the story and i would hate to say tears did come out of my eyes as i was watching it. It's kind of like Chan-Wooks I'm A Cyborg But Thats Okay but more my countrys version. The direction is awesome and the acting is cool!

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Keiko Aya

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