The Best Takuya Kimura Movies
List of the best Takuya Kimura movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Takuya Kimura's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Takuya Kimura movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Takuya Kimura movies will be at the top of the list. Takuya Kimura has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Takuya Kimura movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Takuya Kimura films to end the squabble once and for all.
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- 115 VOTES
HeroHero is a 2007 Japanese feature film based on the 2001 Japanese TV series of the same name. The original series spawned a 2 hour TV special in 2006 which followed the main character, Kuryu, five years later. That special sets up the lead-in for the 2007 feature film. The all-star cast of this film includes the original cast from the TV series; cameos by Ayase Haruka and Nakai Kiichi, as well as guests Koshiro Matsumoto, Tamori, and special guest, Korean star Lee Byung-hun. This film mainly portrays the events that occurs in the courtroom, which was rarely done in the TV series. The region-2 DVD was released on March 8, 2008 by Pony Canyon.
- Released: 2007
- Directed by: Masayuki Suzuki
- 216 VOTESLove and Honor is a 2006 film set in Japan of the Edo period. It is the final film in Yoji Yamada's acclaimed Samurai Trilogy.
- Released: 2006
- Directed by: Yoji Yamada
- 314 VOTESA young girl is forced to toil in her parents' hat shop and her only joy is in her occasional meetings with a handsome stranger, Howl the wizard. When a witch sees her happiness, she curses her to become old in a jealous rage. Ashamed and afraid, she flees to Howl's magic moving castle. Will Howl see her for who she really is?
- Released: 2004
- Directed by: Hayao Miyazaki
- 49 VOTESChushingura 1/47 is a 2001 Japanese historical movie based on the kabuki tale of the Forty-seven Ronin. The film was made for the Fuji TV Network and was directed by Shunsaku Kawamo. The story tells the true story of Asano Naganori who attacked Lord Kira Kozenosuke with his sword in the Edo Castle after Kira had coaxed the young lord in the late 18th century. Even though the wound was only superficial, Asano was ordered to commit suicide. The 47 Asano Ronin led by Oishi Kuranosuke came back to revenge their fallen lord against Lord Kira and were victorious but the Ronin were ordered to commit seppuku later by the Tokugawa Shogunate. The tale of the 47 ronin is a popular story in Japan and ...more
- Released: 2001
- Directed by: Shunsaku Kawake
- 59 VOTESSpace Battleship Yamato is a 2010 Japanese science fiction film based on the Space Battleship Yamato anime series by Yoshinobu Nishizaki and Leiji Matsumoto. The film was released in Japan on December 1, 2010. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray in Japan on June 24, 2011, and in the United States on April 29, 2014.
- Released: 2010
- Directed by: Takashi Yamazaki
- 610 VOTESA train in a futuristic landscape takes passengers to a place where they can recapture their memories, a place from which no one has ever returned. This is the premise of a novel by the womanizing sci-fi writer Chow (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), who engages in passionate affairs with a series of intriguing women he meets at the Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong. As Chow's lovers offer him inspiration for his writing, reality blends with fiction, and the past commingles with the future.
- Released: 2004
- Directed by: Kar-Wai Wong