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(1633) 6.8 112 min 2017

Yoake tsugeru Rû no uta is a movie starring Kanon Tani, Shôta Shimoda, and Shin'ichi Shinohara. The story centers on Kai, a gloomy middle school student whose life changes after meeting Lu, a mermaid.

Starring
Shôta Shimoda, Shin'ichi Shinohara, Kanon Tani, Akira Emoto
Genres
Adventure, Fantasy, Music, Animation, Family, Comedy
Director
Masaaki Yuasa

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, Fantasy, Music, Animation, Family, Comedy
Director Masaaki Yuasa
Writer Reiko Yoshida, Amanda Céline Miller, Stephanie Sheh, Masaaki Yuasa
Stars Shôta Shimoda, Shin'ichi Shinohara, Kanon Tani, Akira Emoto
Country Japan
Also Known As Lu Over the Wall, Yoaketsugeru Rû no uta, Lu, Lu over the Wall, Tiếng Hát Nhân Ngư, Xuangao liming de renyu zhi ge, Yoaketsugeru Lu no uta, Rû, The Song of Lu, the Dawn Announcer, 宣告黎明的露之歌, Saebyeog-eul allineun Luui nolae, Lu está Livre, Lou et l'île aux sirènes, 夜明け告げるルーのうた, Xuangao liming de Lu zhi ge, Syungou laiming dik janjyu zi go
Runtime 1H 52M
Description New kid Kai is talented but adrift, spending his days sulking and isolated in a small fishing village after his family moves from Tokyo. When he demonstrates a proficiency at making music on his synthesizer, his classmates invite him to join their nascent garage band, but their practice sessions soon bring an unexpected guest: Lu, a young mermaid whose fins turn to feet when she hears the beats and whose singing causes humans to compulsively dance - whether they want to or not.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 15:56

It is the time of the summer when Japanese movie makers are releasing their latest summer movies. It's the time of the summer when anime films are popular and animation movies are in a slump. This year is no different and we are being inundated with an onslaught of summer anime movies that make it seem as if the previous year was an all-out gang war between animation and anime. It's true, the summer anime has had it's problems but it's also true that it is getting worse. I believe this year is no different as we have the likes of Magic, Mirai no Haka, and the recent TV series of Tokyo Girls' Brigade. While these films are certainly all over the top, they still managed to impress me. The film that blew me away the most was Tokyo Girls' Brigade. The story of Tokyo Girls' Brigade is of course, about a group of high school girls who work as firefighters and then become famous firefighters in a city with an ecological problem. The title is probably the best selling title of the entire film. Tokyo Girls' Brigade is an original story that combines the supernatural with the beautiful visuals. While the supernatural elements are kept to a minimum, the visuals are used to create a beautiful world. It is a beautiful world that is as beautiful as a comic book. The animation is quite amazing. The visuals are impressive for a TV movie and for an animated film. The background art is colorful and the characters are simple yet attractive. The characters are very much like the characters in manga or anime. They are not bad but they are not good either. However, the characters are well written and the dialogue is sharp. There are many likable characters but also many villains that are well thought out. The characters are simple but that does not mean they are simple characters. They are complex and believable. While the characters may not be all that simple, the characters do have a purpose and they are very likable. The voice actors are also impressive. The voice actors play the characters as if they were animated. It is very difficult to tell if the voices are actually from the characters or if the voice actors are just doing the voices for the characters. I think that is a good thing. Overall, I think that Tokyo Girls' Brigade is an original story that is not easy to find and it is highly recommended.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 09:29

Before going into the movie i was somewhat sceptical about the idea, but then i watched the movie. From the first scene of the movie you know that this is not your usual Japanese movie. This is a very old-school movie. The plot is the most brilliant part of this movie. The scene that the computer explains to Princess Tsunetori is the best part of the movie. The movie is a mix of all different kinds of movies. But is not like a traditional Japanese movie. It is a mixture of two different genres. When the computer said, "Tsunetori is the Queen of the Moon" it was really obvious that this was going to be a movie based on the fairy tale of the heroine. I think the Disney company would be proud of this movie. The movie has some surprising moments in it. It also has some very funny moments in it. Like the scene where the computer says "Don't eat the sludge, it might cause brain damage!" To me the coolest part of the movie is when the computer said, "Tsunetori has come" in the end of the movie. It made me laugh the most. That is what really made this movie. Not to mention the great graphics in the movie, the way the computer said, "Hey Tsunetori, If you eat the sludge it might cause brain damage" made me smile. The animation in this movie is amazing, because of how they used Photoshop and the things they were saying, it looks like a computer game. The best animation in this movie is the battle scene between Tsunetori and the enemy. The animation is really breathtaking. The CGI in the movie is amazing as well. The first fight in the movie is just awesome. This is a movie that is definitely not for everyone. But if you like romantic movies with no ordinary people, then this is definitely a movie you should watch. I rate this movie 10/10. It is definitely worth to see.


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