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Film Review: Jam (2018) by Sabu

In the world of enka singer Hiroshi (Sho Aoyagi) most of his life revolves around the various performances he has to give in front of crowds largely consisting of middle-aged women. Bored and visibly appalled by these events, he tries to leave them as soon as possible, but this time Masako (Mariko Tsutsui) stops him on his way out of the last venue he sang in. Eventually Hiroshi finds he has been drugged by Masako and drops unconscious, only to find himself back at her apartment when he wakes up.

Interwoven with Hiroshi’s story are the stories of Tetsuo (Nobuyuki Suzuki) and Takeru (Keita Machida). The first is an ex-con who returns to his home town, after having spent many years in jail, to take revenge on those on some men who betrayed him, which eventually led to his arrest. Takeru’s girlfriend is in a coma and as
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Trailer for Upcoming Japanese Live Action Film ‘Tokyo Ghoul S’

Based on the popular Japanese series ‘Tokyo Ghoul‘, written and illustrated by Sui Ishida, a live-action film titled Tokyo Ghoul was released in 2017. Tokyo Ghoul introduced us to a college student, Ken Kaneki. He transformed into half human and half ghoul after organ transplant, leading him to the moral conundrum to act on his ghoul vices. ‘Tokyo Ghoul S’ takes the story further in the sequel that is slated to be released on July 19, 2019.

The trailer features a host of familiar faces, other than the protagonist Kaneki Ken, that includes Shunya Shiraishi as Nishiki Nishio, Hiyori Sakurada as Hinami Fueguchi, Nobuyuki Suzuki as Kotaro Amon. Another highlight is the appearance of Matsuda [served as animation director for One Piece Film: Gold] as Shū Tsukiyama, who desperately wants to eat Kaneki. Maika Yamamoto will be replacing Fumika Shimizu in her role as Tōka Kirishima.

Tokyo Ghoul S Trailer
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‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Blu-ray Review

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Stars: Masataka Kubota, Fumika Shimizu, Nobuyuki Suzuki, Hiyori Sakurada, Yu Aoi, Shoko Aida, Kenta Hamano, Kunio Murai | Written by Ichiro Kusuno | Directed by Kentaro Hagiwara

Live-action anime adaptions have an interesting history to say the least. They can be great but some have been rather problematic (Dragonball Evolution). One of the latest franchises to receive the live-action treatment is Tokyo Ghoul so the question is: Where does it stand among adaptions?

Tokyo Ghoul is set in an alternate reality where ghouls exist among humans. Ghouls can only survive by feeding on human flesh so because of this, they have to hide themselves in order to avoid capture by the authorities. The story centers on average college student, Ken Kaneki, who is attacked by his date who turns out to be a ghoul. Unfortunately, surviving this may not have been a blessing as Kaneki is transformed into a half-ghoul as a
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‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Review (Live Action)

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Stars: Masataka Kubota, Fumika Shimizu, Nobuyuki Suzuki, Hiyori Sakurada, Yu Aoi, Shoko Aida, Kenta Hamano, Kunio Murai | Written by Ichiro Kusuno | Directed by Kentaro Hagiwara

Live-action anime adaptions have an interesting history to say the least. They can be great (Death Note, the Japanese movies) but some have been rather problematic (Dragonball Evolution). One of the latest franchises to receive the live-action treatment is Tokyo Ghoul so the question is: Where does it stand among adaptions?

Tokyo Ghoul is set in an alternate reality where ghouls exist among humans. Ghouls can only survive by feeding on human flesh so because of this, they have to hide themselves in order to avoid capture by the authorities. The story centers on average college student, Ken Kaneki, who is attacked by his date who turns out to be a ghoul. Unfortunately, surviving this may not have been a blessing as Kaneki is transformed
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Tokyo Ghoul (2017) U.S. Movie Trailer: Ken Kaneki Mistakenly has a Ghoul Organ Transplant

Tokyo Ghoul U.S. Trailer Kentaro Hagiwara‘s Tokyo Ghoul / Tôkyô gûru (2017) U.S. movie trailer stars Masataka Kubota, Fumika Shimizu, Yu Aoi, Nobuyuki Suzuki, Yo Oizumi, and Shunya Shiraishi. Tokyo Ghoul‘s plot synopsis: based on the manga by Sui Ishida, “Riddled with gripping fight scenes and tasteful gore, this adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul brings the popular manga [...]

Continue reading: Tokyo Ghoul (2017) U.S. Movie Trailer: Ken Kaneki Mistakenly has a Ghoul Organ Transplant
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Tokyo Ghoul Live-Action Sequel Release Date and Casting News

Tony Sokol Feb 25, 2019

Hungry dead things come back to life in sequel to live action adaptation of anime series Tokyo Ghoul.

The Tokyo Ghoul live-action sequel is coming to life as the film's official Twitter confirmed a July 19 release date and new casting and. Nana Mori will play Yuriko Kosaka, who was played by Seika Furuhata in the 2017 live action adaption. Mai Kiryu joins the cast as Kimi Nishino. Distributor Shochiku has not yet released an official title for the sequel, which is tentatively being called Tokyo Ghoul 2.

Directed by Kentarō Hagiwara, the live-action Tokyo Ghoul film was released in Japan on July 29, 2017. It had its world premiere during Anime Expo 2017, and had a limited theatrical run from Funimation, which licensed the film for a Blu-ray and DVD release. Tokyo Ghoul starred Masataka Kubota as protagonist, Ken Kaneki, the first half-human, half-ghoul hybrid. Fumika Shimizu was the heroine, Tōka Kirishima.
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