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SR: Saitama no rapa nui. Learn more More Like This Comedy | Drama Music 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 / 10 X The upcoming Japanese director Yu Irie gained acclaim in Japanese cinema with his realistic portrayal of frustrated youths, which gained popularity among young audience. 'Roadside Fugitive,... See full summary » Director: Yû Irie Stars: Akihiro Kitamura, Erika Nagamine, Mihiro Sci-Fi Thriller 5. 2 / 10 Artificial Intelligence has permeated every aspect of planetary life in 2030. Tokyoites experience AI in every aspect of their lives whether medical, finance, transportation or their... See full summary » Sei Ashina, Alice Hirose, Takanori Iwata Mystery 6. 8 / 10 A television reporter and a detective try to track down a serial killer known as the Tokyo Strangler. Paolo Andrea Di Pietro, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Toyotaka Hanazawa Nao Ohmori, Kôsuke Suzuki, Kenta Kiritani 5. 5 / 10 Set in the early 21st century with the population decimated by bio terror. Two kinds of humans now exist. One is the Nokusu who were infected with a virus but survived, consequently they... See full summary » Ryûnosuke Kamiki, Mugi Kadowaki, Toshiki Ayata Action In Japan, Lieutenant Colonel Yuki (Yusuke Iseya) recommends the creation of spy training school "D Kikan". Kazuya Kamenashi, Yûsuke Iseya, Kyoko Fukada Crime 5. 8 / 10 Saike, Kazuki, and Takeo were abused by their respective parents and did not go to school. They stayed together at a youth detention center. To survive, these three young men commit robbery and burglary against criminal groups. Mahiro Takasugi, Ryô Katô, Daichi Watanabe Edit Storyline (Japanese with English subtitles) This surprise indie box office hit in Japan follows the tragi-comic trials and tribulations of a group of wannabe rappers struggling to make something of themselves in the suburban sprawls of Tokyo. Plot Summary Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 14 March 2009 (Japan) See more » Box Office Budget: $25, 000 (estimated) See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ».
SR: Saitama no rappaport.
SR: Saitama no rapporte.
SR: Saitama no raphael.
This is on someones list of top 100 Japanese films and i mistakenly wasted my time watching this.
There are a lot of problems with this film plot characters cinematography it all is pretty much terrible.
Getting into it though the story is about a group of adults in their early twenties who want to be rappers. The only problem is they all are terrible and more or less ugly losers. The story line is just a bore they never do anything in this film they have one "concert" and that isn't even performed on a stage.
The biggest problem are the actors and actresses in this film. THEY ALL SUCK. they are all terrible actors. This film looks like it was made by a college drama club and it's members and their parents were used for the acting roles. The best performer in this film was by a porn star! Thats how bad they all were.
Another huge thing though is just how obviously low budget this film was. They probably spent a thousand dollars making this film. They filmed at 5 different locations and none of those were ascetically pleasing. Everything just seemed very unprofessional. I seriously feel like i could go out now and make a better film then this.
Yeah i felt like i had to write this so everyone knows to stay away. Really if you watch this your just going to be wasting your time.
SR: Saitama no rapports. SR: Saitama no rappel. Edit Storyline The upcoming Japanese director Yu Irie gained acclaim in Japanese cinema with his realistic portrayal of frustrated youths, which gained popularity among young audience. 'Roadside Fugitive, ' the third installment of his popular series, '8, 000 Miles, ' is his most ambitious yet, experimenting with original techniques. 'Roadside Fugitive' follows Mighty's non-successful story after '8, 000 Miles 1, ' at the end of which he parts company with Ikku and Tom, members of his hip hop group, 'Sho-Gung, ' and leaves for Tokyo. Will Mighty be able to keep faith in the tiny little soul buming somewhere inside him? Written by Anonymous Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 14 April 2012 (Japan) See more » Also Known As: Roadside Fugitive Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ».
If you want to see cool rappers, then you should watch "8 miles". However, if you want to see someone who is chasing an impossible dream, and still never gives up, "8000 miles" is the right one. This film is about amateur rappers in Japan. They are not good at rapping, but still, dreaming to become famous rappers. Before you watch this film, if you do not know much about Japan, there are a few things you need to know about. Firstly, rap music is not so popular in Japan. Many Japanese people have a stereotypical image that "Hip-hop music is only cool when it is sung by black people". Therefore, Japanese rappers are sometimes treated unfairly. Some people openly make fun of them. In this film, 8000 miles, this discrimination against Japanese rappers is one of the main themes. Another thing you need to know about is the location. The scene of this film is laid in "Saitama". Saitama prefecture is next to Tokyo, so it is not a remote countryside. But everything is mediocre, and there is almost nothing to be proud of. That is why people call it Da-Saitama. ("Da-sai" means uncool. ) To sum up, the characters of this film are in the worst city in the worst country to be rappers. So, basically, you can watch this film as a comedy. Watching ugly guys in a lame city rapping funny, you will laugh at them. However, in the end, there is a point they are made to give up their dream. They need to make decision whether they give up their dream and start normal lives or keep moving toward their dream. Please watch the film and check how it ends. Anyone who gave up his dream, or anyone who is about to give up his dream, anyone who has no talent but still cannot give up their dream, must watch this film. Obviously, this is a cheap, low-budget film, but it surely has a power to encourage you. Tips: The original Japanese title of this film is "Rappers in Saitama". much better than the English title. 2 out of 3 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Permalink.
SR: Saitama no rappelle. SR: Saitama no rapport. Critics Consensus No consensus yet. Tomatometer Not Yet Available TOMATOMETER Total Count: N/A Coming soon Release date: Mar 14, 2009 Audience Score Ratings: Not yet available SR: Saitama no rappâ (8000 Miles) Ratings & Reviews Explanation Movie Info This surprise Japanese indie hit follows the hilarious trials and tribulations of a ragtag group of wannabe rappers struggling to "make it" from the suburban sprawls of Tokyo. Rating: NR Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Mar 14, 2009 wide Runtime: 80 minutes Studio: Asian Crush Cast Critic Reviews for SR: Saitama no rappâ (8000 Miles) There are no critic reviews yet for SR: Saitama no rappâ (8000 Miles). Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates! Audience Reviews for SR: Saitama no rappâ (8000 Miles) SR: Saitama no rappâ (8000 Miles) Quotes Movie & TV guides.