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Getting Any? (1994)

Minnâ-yatteruka! (original title)
Obsessed with the idea of owning his first car so he can have sex in it, a young man takes any job he can find and ends up in an escalating series of crazy situations.



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Credited cast:
Duncan ...
Asao (as Dankan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Moeko Ezawa ...
Taka Guadalcanal ...
Hakuryû ...
Tokie Hidari ...
Hideo Higashikokubaru ...
Yaku wo check suru Hakase (as Sonomanma Higashi)
Yôjin Hino ...
Car dealership manager
Akiji Kobayashi ...
Chief of World Defence Force
Yoneko Matsukane ...
Saralyman no tsuma
Yuuji Minakata ...
Head Yakuza 2
Ryûshi Mizukami
Rô Naruse
Ren Ohsugi ...
Head Yakuza 3 (as Ren Ôsugi)
Masumi Okada ...
Russian actor


A slapstick comedy, about a goofy middle-aged man who is obsessed with the idea of having car sex. While pursuing his 'dream', he makes all the wrong moves possible, and ends up enrolling in a number of crazy escapades. Written by Anonymous

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11 February 1995 (Japan)  »

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Getting Any?  »

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Did You Know?


During Asao's brief acting career he plays the part of the blind samurai Zatôichi. Takeshi Kitano later went on to direct and star in a remake of Zatoichi on the Road (1963). See more »


Scientist: So, tell me... why do you want to be invisible?
Asao: I want to peep.
Scientist: Peeping. A very concise and powerful reason!
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits, Asao appears again as a giant mutant grasshopper. He bounds across Tokyo, only to impale himself on the Tokyo Tower. After twitching a couple of times, the final copyright notice appears. See more »


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the unknown Kitano is unleashed!!!!
15 December 2002 | by (Barcelona, Spain) – See all my reviews

Takeshi Kitano is worldwide known because of his violent movies such as Brother, Hana-bi, Violent Cop, etc. However in Japan is the other way around, he is mostly known by his comedy tv shows or duo-comedy shows (the two beats), where he got the name "Beat".

Minna Yatteruka! could be Kitano's masterpiece in comedy, but still very difficult to import. At least, Image has released in Hong Kong and USA the DVD of Minna Yatteruka (getting any?) with English subtitles, and we've been able to see the unknown Kitano in a hilarious movie.

First of all, I have to say that I've seen all Kitano movies, even Dolls, and this movie has nothing to do with them, it's a completely different story, has more to do with tv shows he directed like Takeshi's Castle.

So, the movie is just astonishing, it comes from the most stupid situation and developes through gag to gag. One hour and a half of cinema parody fullfiled with Japanese Manga stupidity. The rhythm of the movie is slow, very slow at some points for a comedy, but it's still a good movie. I found parodies from his other yakuza movies, Ultraman, even the gohstbusters! and I'm sure I missed a lot.

Overall Review: A very funny movie, a fresh product, but might be too weird for the general audience. So, if you are interested in the Japanese culture, in Kitano, or if you are openminded for new experiences in comedy, check for it, unless , discard it and look for American Pie.

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