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Waterboys is a 2001 Japanese comedy film written and directed by Shinobu Yaguchi, about five boys who start a synchronized swimming team at their high school. The film stars Satoshi Tsumabuki, Hiroshi Tamaki, Akifumi Miura, Koen Kondo, Takatoshi Kaneko and Naoto Takenaka. The film was a success in Japan, and was nominated for eight prizes at the Japan Academy Prize, winning awards for 'Best Newcomer' and 'Best Music Score'. A spin-off television series entered its third season in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Naoto Takenaka, Satoshi Tsumabuki, Hiroshi Tamaki, Kei Tani, Kaori Manabe, + more
Initial Release: 2001
Directed by: Shinobu Yaguchi
Midnight Eagle is a 2007 action film directed by Izuru Narushima and written by Yasuo Hasegawa and Kenzaburo Iida, based on the novel by Tetsuo Takashima. Midnight Eagle is the third film directed by Izuru Narushima. The film opened in the United States on October 2, 2007 in Los Angeles. It was also shown October 20, 2007 at the Tokyo International Film Festival. The film opened in limited release in the United States in New York City on November 23, 2007, and opened in Los Angeles on December 7, 2007. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Hiroshi Tamaki, Yūko Takeuchi, Takao Osawa, Nao Ōmori, Tatsuya Fuji, + more
Initial Release: 2007
Directed by: Izuru Narushima
Heavenly Forest is a 2006 Japanese romance and drama film based on the novel Renai Shashin: Mō Hitotsu no Monogatari written by Takuji Ichikawa. It was also released as a manga. The film was directed by Takehiko Shinjo, and focuses on the relationship that evolves between a photographer named Makoto, and two of his female university classmates, Shizuru and Miyuki. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Meisa Kuroki, Aoi Miyazaki, Hiroshi Tamaki, Keisuke Koide, Misa Uehara, + more
Initial Release: 2006
Directed by: Takehiko Shinjo
MW is a live-action Japanese film released in 2009 and based on the MW manga by Osamu Tezuka. The film was directed by Hitoshi Iwamoto. When a top secret chemical compound called MW infects an island near Okinawa, the military is sent in to kill all the victims and cover up the incident. A survivor named Michio Yuki (Tamaki) grows up to become a highly-successful banker, but he is slowly being driven mad by the effects of MW. After committing a series of ruthless crimes to get revenge against the people responsible for the cover-up, he decides that the only way to truly get revenge is to unleash MW on the world and exterminate the entire human race. Takayuki Yamada stars as Father Garai, a ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Hiroshi Tamaki, Takayuki Yamada
Initial Release: 2009
Directed by: Hitoshi Iwamoto