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Maiko haaaan!!! (2007)

 |  Comedy  |  16 June 2007 (Japan)
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Kimihiko Onizuka is a salaryman infatuated with maiko (apprentice geisha) and whose greatest goal in life is to play a party game called "yakyuken" with one.

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Credited cast:
Sadao Abe ...
Kimihiko Onizuka
Shin'ichi Tsutsumi ...
Kiichiro Naito
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Fujiko Osawa (as Kô Shibasaki)
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Satoshi Hashimoto
Yûki Himura ...
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Shirô Itô ...
Hiromi Suzuki
Katsumi Kiba ...
Genta
Midoriko Kimura ...
Yoshie
Shôko Kirisawa
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Doctor
Kotomi Kyôno ...
Koume
Miki Maya ...
Komatsu
Katsuhisa Namase ...
Senzaki
Keiko Nishi
Yukari Nishio
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Kimihiko Onizuka is a salaryman infatuated with maiko (apprentice geisha) and whose greatest goal in life is to play a party game called "yakyuken" with one.

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6 January 2008 | by (Tokyo / Toronto) – See all my reviews

I never thought a Japanese comedy movie could be so good... Especially on a field (Geisha) which I had absolutely no interest in. The lead, Abe Sadao is simply amazing. His face is so disgusting, yet he can make such good emotions, perfect for an Otaku (something-nerd, Geisha-nerd in this case). It's amusing Yamada Takayuki cameos in this movie, because Abe Sadao would've made a WAAAY better Densha Otoko.

This is a really silly movie, it's a story that can NEVER happen in real life, but it's executed so well that it's not cheesy at all, unlike many other Japanese comedy movies I've seen that failed. The story and script for this film is really something.

The cast for this movie is really impressive. So many established actors and popular actors who could be in leading roles participate as supporting cast.

This is a really well-directed movie that had me teary eyed after around 30 minutes. Mostly from laughing too hard, but some scenes and plots near the end though, was really touching. Easily the best Japanese comedy movie of 2007.


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