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The World Sinks Except Japan (2006)
"Nihon igai zenbu chinbotsu" (original title)

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Credited cast:
Kenji Kohashi
Shûji Kashiwabara
Masatoshi Matsuo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Blake Crawford ...
Jerry Cruising
Bar gangster (as Avery Fane)
Hiroshi Fujioka
Delcea Mihaela Gabriela
Jon Heese ...
President Pepiton
Arthur Kuroda
Takashi Matsuo
Ian Moore
Kenji Motomiya ...
Takenori Murano
Ryôji Okamoto


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Comedy | Sci-Fi



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2 September 2006 (Japan)  »

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Nihon igai zenbu chinbotsu  »

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1.85 : 1
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Laugh? I nearly started
18 May 2007 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

Let's get the bottom line out of the way first: Nihon Igai Zenbu Chinbotsu isn't funny. Given the fame and high profile of the film this is parodying, it is a brilliant idea with huge comic potential. Tragically, the execution fails to mine even a fraction of that potential. I smiled at the "gaijin report," weather forecast-style reporting of gaijin 'fronts' around the country. The Chinese and Korean leaders reduced to vaudeville performing sidekicks of the Japanese PM was mildly amusing - ditto their revenge at the end of the film. I came to the film expecting outrageous laugh-out-loud moments but barely managed a titter. In a film like this, we expect the low production value, cheesy effects, ham-fisted acting and nondescript casting. We put up with them in the hope that all the effort has gone into the script. Admirably, the film takes pot-shots at both gaijin and Japanese pretensions. Unfortunately, at the risk of repeating myself, it just isn't funny. In fact, most of the time it is downright boring. All in all, a missed opportunity.

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