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an otaku's paradise... complete with she-who-cannot-be-destroyed-nor-made-ugly and an actual beautiful, intelligent and kind woman actually went back 100 years to be the man's cyborg replacement because she can feel his heart?!! lol
Not a bad film, just a bit too long with a weird ending
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.
Amazing movie. It'll hold you onto your seats till the end.
A romantic movie with cyborg girl? I was a bit skeptical, but the concept and the performances were great. On thebad side, most of the minor scenes were pretty stupidly written and edited. In time I think I'll overlook that and remember a mostly charming very japanese science romance thing.
Though a little strange, a good movie.
A heart-breaking human-cyborg love story that lasted for over a hundred years.
It is as funny, heart-breaking and heart-warming with a surprise ending. Definitely a master piece.
The film is like a combination of My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Bicentennial Man, cut away those heavy-budget action scenes. Who need action scenes in a romantic-comedy, anyway?
Kwak-Jae Yong also, cleverly, puts in a plot in the countryside of Japan, which gave this film a fairy-tale like scenes, as those in Studio Ghibli's, only this is real scenery.
It's easy for one to think this movie is stupid, since the protagonist is a cyborg, yet again, it far more better than the so-called "milestone of romantic movies" Titanic, yes.
You have to finish the film to appreciate the story. Terminator + Sarah Connor Chronicles+ Japanese love story= Cyborg She (??????????). Kerisuke Koide and Haruka Ayase are amazing!!
Es una de las peliculas mas interesantes que jamas eh visto de verdad muy buena, divertida, triste, romantica y con accion... tiene todos los elemontos para ser de las mejores pelicuals que jamas eh visto.