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Departures (2008)

Masahiro Motoki plays Daigo Kobayashi, a cellist who becomes unemployed after his orchestra disbands. He gives up the cello and moves back home with his wife in hope of finding a new line of work. The couple return to Daigos childhood home, untouched after his mother passed away two years prior and his father, his father, who owned a Coffee Shop left his family to start a new life with his waitress.

He easily lands the job of a NK Agent in Departures, which he expects to be a Travel Agency turns out to be a n?kan (encoffinment) agency, where they prepare the recently deceased for their departure. Read the rest of this entry »

Podcast on Fire Forum – The Race to 365 (Nov)

Another month, another update. Here’s the copy and pasted original post (he he); Over at our forums, us and our forum members are in a race to see who can surpass the goal of watching 365 movies within 365 days. Bellow are our top five leaders in the race;

1)  (-) Drunken Master (w/ 125 Movies)
2)  (-) TheShayneShow (w/ 119 Movies)
3)  (-) Knetan (w/ 77 Movies)
4)  (-) Stoo (w/ 51 Movies)
5)  (-) Tom K.W. (w/ 35 Movies)

Not a big change, but we do have some new people in the running! If you are interested in joining and whipping our asses, here’s a link to the topic.

Scotland Loves Anime

Okay, We’ve missed the Glasgow dates, but still an important festival for Scotland! No Shame; Copy & Pasted directly from Anime News Network (full details after the jump);

SCOTLAND LOVES ANIME – A NATIONWIDE CELEBRATION OF JAPANESE ANIMATION!

GLASGOW, UK – August 10, 2010 – We are excited to announce Scotland Loves Anime, taking place from the 8th to 10th of October in Glasgow and the 15th to 17th of October in Edinburgh this year! Read the rest of this entry »

Podcast on Fire Forum – The Race to 365 (Oct)

Over at our forums, us and our forum members are in a race to see who can surpass the goal of watching 365 movies within 365 days. Bellow are our top five leaders in the race;

1) Drunken Master (w/ 53 Movies)
2) TheShayneShow (w/ 53 Movies)
3) Knetan (w/ 41 Movies)
4) Stoo (w/ 23 Movies)
5)  Tom K.W. (w/ 17 Movies)

If you are interested in joining and whipping our asses, here’s a link to the topic.

Say Yes (2001)

In celebrating their one year wedding anniversary, Jyung-Hyun (Kim Ju-Hyuk) & his wife Yoon-Hee (Chu Sang-Mi) decide to leave the city for a road trip across the countryside. On their travels they meet a stranger (Park Joong-Hoon) and offer him a ride. After a rather unsettling conversation the stranger leaves the couple, but begins to reappear everywhere the couple go and situations take a drastic turn of events when the stranger sends a message to Jyung-Hyun. Read the rest of this entry »

Phone in on Our Jackie Chan Finale

That’s right, Kens idea for the finale conclusion to our Jackie Chan podcasts, we’re asking for you to call in and talk about what you think of Jackie’s career from 2000 and onwards and what they think lies ahead in the future!

Call; 0131 208 3005, let it ring and when the automated voice kicks in, leave your message! We’ll screen the messages on our final episode of the Jackie Chan Series. Calls will be charged at your standard network rate.

The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk (1993)

Set in China’s Ching Dynasty, The Legend of Fong Sai-yuk tells the story of a ruthless emperor who enslaves his people, and persecutes a courageous revolutionary group that is mobilizing to destroy his powerful regime. When young folk hero Fong Sai-yuk (Jet Li) discovers that his own father is a freedom fighter who has been targeted for retribution, he embarks on a heroic quest for justice that will unite his people and create a legend that will never be forgotten. Read the rest of this entry »

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