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Thermae Romae II (2014)

Terumae romae II (original title)
A sequel to the comedy Thermae Romae, an adaptation of Yamazaki Mari's popular comic. A Roman Empire bathhouse architect discovers he is able to travel through time when in need of ... See full summary »

Director:

Hideki Takeuchi

Writers:

Mari Yamazaki (manga), Hiroshi Hashimoto (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hiroshi Abe ... Lucius
Aya Ueto ... Mami
Kazuki Kitamura ... Ceionius
Kai Shishido ... Antoninus
Riki Takeuchi ... Tateno
Midoriko Kimura
Katsuya Katsuya ... Marcus
Tarô Akebono ... Akebonus (as Akebono)
Katsunori Kotoôshû Katsunori Kotoôshû ... (as Kotoôshû)
Minoru Shiraki Minoru Shiraki
Tomoko Matsushima Tomoko Matsushima
Tomio Suga Tomio Suga
Hachirô Ika Hachirô Ika
Bunmei Tobayama Bunmei Tobayama
Tarô Iwate Tarô Iwate
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A sequel to the comedy Thermae Romae, an adaptation of Yamazaki Mari's popular comic. A Roman Empire bathhouse architect discovers he is able to travel through time when in need of inspiration. Things get messy, however, when he finds himself wrapped up in a conflict that could divide the Roman Empire. Written by anonymous

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Comedy

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This is ecchi
21 November 2015 | by sheila_yukiSee all my reviews

The show is too underrated. Is it because it is created by flat- faced people? Besides Japanese love of fan service and exposed Lucius sexiness a lot, the setting and story is in Hollywood level. The knowledge about the Roman is so vast, and I'm glad that they use white people and funny enough showing black guys as slaves. I don't get too much laugh of it but it is story rich and interesting whenever Lucius stuck and get the solution of it. Japanese manga always passionate about their culture and the mangaka is smart by combining Western and Japanese culture. Although Lucius copied Japanese blatantly but still make sense in the Ancient Roman. Although it is from seinen manga, I find Mami is like your typical pure, innocent shoujo manga heroine. And we have the bishonen Lucius and Ceionius that their interaction is gonna make shippers gone wild. So basically, it is great adaptation of manga, glad they make it before the Hollywood ruin it, such a simple story but fun to watch. Not original idea since time travelling is kinda used a lot in manga but still it is entertaining.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

26 April 2014 (Japan) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Tokyo, Japan See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$42,473,163
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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