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Tsuna hiichatta! (2012)

The city in the past was the winner of the tug-of-war world championship three times and Chiaki is also an enthusiast for the tug-of-war game. To promote the city of Oita, the mayor instructs Chiaki to form a female tug-of-war team.

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Mao Inoue ... Chiaki Nishikawa
... Coach Kimio Kumada
Yôko Asaji ... Kazue Obayashi
Naomi Nishida ... Emi Nakayama
Naomi Watanabe ... Mika Fujishiro
Sonim ... Reiko Ito
... Kaoru Himeno
Akiko Chûbachi ... Saori Yoshida
Kenjirô Ishimaru ... Mitsuru Obayashi
Jirô Satô ... Mayor's Secretary
... Chiaki's Boss
... Chiaki's Co-Worker
Toshiki Ayata ... City Council Chairman
Hiroki Ôkawa ... Coach of the Boys' Tug of War Team
Masato Wada ... Pet Shop Employee
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The city in the past was the winner of the tug-of-war world championship three times and Chiaki is also an enthusiast for the tug-of-war game. To promote the city of Oita, the mayor instructs Chiaki to form a female tug-of-war team.

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23 November 2012 (Japan)  »

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Play at Tug-of-War!  »

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...bland and predictable
20 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

...the plot is predictable and was done hundreds of times; of course most things are done before, but this movie has not a fresh approach about it. Most actors except Inoue san give the impression that fit better on TV series than belong to a movie. Of course we have the effort and the sacrifice for a good cause as a premise. That effort is very well appreciated in Japan, even more if it s done by a group of persons.

-The camera work is too cliché even the music at some point is bland.

I think there s a fine line between something very good that touch you deep and a weekend afternoon pass time movie. So if you are interested in Cinema, this is not for you; if you have that bag full of pop corn ready and the attention here and there, well, watch it.


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