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Lost In Translation
Oct 25, 2006 10:20 PMRead
Expectations are bound to be overwhelming when you go to watch a movieby the GenX of an illustrious family (the Coppolas) and also if youalready know that it has an Oscar to its credit .So it was only likelythat I started watching the movie with sky high expectations and it wasonly inevitable th...Read More

What a movie !
Dec 17, 2005 12:57 PMRead
Lost is Translation is different, but it is also nice different, if there is something like that. I felt almost compelled to write a review on the movie after having seen it last light. The main characters are Bob (Bill Murray), a successful Hollywood star and Charlotte (Scarlett Johanasson), a ...Read More

''There's nothing more than this..''
Aug 24, 2005 03:29 AMRead
The Plot:Lost In Translation is perhaps one of the best movies of Bill Murray that I have ever seen. It portrays the life of two American nationals,on a short visit to Tokyo. Bill Murray plays the role of Bob Harris,a faded middle aged Hollywood actor who is there to do an ad on a certain wh...Read More


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LOST in Translation
Aug 22, 2005 11:24 AMRead
What this movie is about depends upon whom you ask. Some would say it is about being lonely and finding a friend to spend time with, some might say it is a romance, some a comedy/satire. Each answer might be correct. Lost in Translation is that peculiar, unexplainable moment when one tries to tr...Read More

Welcome change
Mar 28, 2005 08:37 AMRead
Independent movies of Hollywood can be likened to the Parallel Cinema movement of the Eighties in India. These are movies that are meaningful, devoid of commercial formulae, low-budgeted but sometimes featuring stars and most importantly free from the clutches of the big bad studios. The last it...Read More

Does this need translation?
Aug 18, 2004 04:39 AMRead
I watched the movie simply because I'd heard of it during the oscars. Did not hear what the entire thing was and hence watched without a clue of what to expect. Well, I did not see what was coming either.The movie begins with spending a few minutes on the rear of our actress who is wearing f...Read More

Bitter loneliness !!
May 28, 2004 09:43 PMRead
I would say this one of my best movie. It is emotional, sad and funny, but funny comes out of utter boredom so it is mix of sadness and hopelessness.The girl and guy both lost into their loneliness. The movie makes sense how it is painful to be lonely and then how the talks with stranger can...Read More

My opinion
Mar 12, 2004 10:58 AMRead
Review: I read the reviews of my fellow MS reviewers, and I must say my perspective on this film is somewhat different. I typically do not pay much attention to the Academy Awards, but I am a bit of a Bill Murray fan. He tends to pick scripts that he believes in. I went to see this film with my ...Read More

The best last year.
Mar 09, 2004 11:11 AMRead
Lost in TranslationI think travelling makes people think too much. (Yes I am travelling now :p. )Neither character in this movie actually has anything to crib about in their lives. But still they are lonely, and hence tend to re-evaluate their positions in life during a one week trip to Japa...Read More

Lost & Found
Feb 15, 2004 07:01 AMRead
Well I guess that there being no sex in the movie must have been disappointingto some but I loved this movie. More so b'cos of the fact thatnothing happens in the movie.But does something always have to happen ?Two people alone and unable to sleep in an unknown city meet and conn...Read More

Come Bored, Leave Bored
Feb 05, 2004 11:46 AMRead
Stuck at the theatre with my date, the movie of my choice not showing, I agreed (barely) to see Lost in Translation. How bad could a movie be if the tagline is ''Everybody wants to be found.'' I later found out that the tagline is very misleading, as it has nothing to do with the movie. Or if it...Read More

Bob and Charlotte in Japan
Nov 10, 2003 10:11 AMRead
“People think if you get to be eighty, you're old, you're sad. But when you're eighty, you know how to act eighty. You also know how to act ten, fifteen, thirty, fifty. You can always act ten. You can always flirt with a younger woman. You now have just a bit more . . . you can be eighty.&...Read More


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