Most Voted Titles With Mayumi Wakamura
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1. My Rainy Days (2009)
119 min | Drama
Seventeen year old high school student Rio Ozawa is always the center of attention due to her beauty. Yet Rio has never cared about anyone but herself due to her traumatic past. Her friends... See full summary »
R | 136 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
A look at Genghis Khan's life, from his birth to conquests in Asia.
3. God's Puzzle (2008)
134 min | Sci-Fi
A set of twins -- one a hard-working student and the other a drifter -- team up with a dropout to unlock the secrets of the universe and to build one of their own.
5. Last Scene (2002)
99 min | Comedy, Drama
(Japanese with English subtitles) In the year 2000, after being retired for a while, an old time actor is cast in a low-budget film. However, he realizes how the soulless, assembly-line ... See full summary »
7. Grandia III (2005 Video Game)
T | Action, Adventure, Drama
Writers: Kunio Aoki, Takahiro Hasebe, Akira Kashiwagi, Fumie Saito, Yuzo Sunaga, Takeshi Suzuki, Masayuki Tada, Eiji Tokumi, Katsumi Yamagishi, Hikaru Yoshikawa | Directors: Hidenobu Takahashi, Yukio Morimoto | Stars: Chieko Baishô, Takashi Hagino, Shinji Kasahara, Shingo Katsurayama
10. Byakkotai (2007– )
240 min | Drama, History
This TV-drama follows Sakai Shintaro, descendant of Sakai Mineji -a Byakkotai samurai-, and traces the tragedy of the Byakkotai, a military force composed of 340 16 to 17 years old boys during the Boshin War (Aizu war).
20. Night People (2013)
90 min | Crime, Drama
Shinji runs a bar. A woman named Moeko appears in front of Shinji. In the past, Moeko stole 200,000,000 yen from member of the National Assembly. Shinji , Moeko, Detective Sone and a gang soon begin to collide because of the money.
25. Hotel (1990– )
60 min | Drama
Set in a large luxury hotel in Japan, this long-running series focuses on the constant struggles of the hotel's manager as he tries to balance out the unending (and often ridiculous) ... See full summary »