List of the best Yukie Nakama movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Yukie Nakama'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 Yukie Nakama movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Yukie Nakama movies will be at the top of the list. Yukie Nakama has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Yukie Nakama movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Yukie Nakama films to end the squabble once and for all.
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Love & Pop is director Hideaki Anno's first live action film, an adaptation of Ryū Murakami's novel, Topaz II. Released in 1998, it somewhat follows the film Tokyo Decadence, an adaptation of Topaz I filmed by Murakami himself. Love & Pop was filmed almost entirely on hand-held digital cameras, and contains some very unusual camera work, including many different mounted camera positions, such as on a model train riding on tracks. The film also flips from widescreen to 4:3 aspect, distorts, confuses, and makes use of overlays stacked in layers to convey the character's emotions. An official English DVD was released in 2004 by Kino on Video. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Tadanobu Asano, Yukie Nakama, Kirari, Toru Tezuka, Asumi Miwa, + more
Initial Release: 1998
Directed by: Hideaki Anno
Ring 0: Birthday is a 2000 Japanese psychological horror film. It is the prequel to the film Ring and the fourth and final installment in the Japanese Ringu franchise. It was directed by Norio Tsuruta, based on a screenplay by Hiroshi Takahashi. The film's screenplay is based on the short story Lemonheart from the Birthday anthology by Koji Suzuki. There is also a manga adaptation. It was nominated for Best Film at the 2001 Fantasporto. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Yukie Nakama, Yoshiko Tanaka, Kumiko Aso, Atsuko Takahata, Daisuke Ban, + more
Initial Release: 2000
Directed by: Norio Tsuruta
Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of Darkness, also known as Prince of Darkness Nadesico or Nadesico the Movie: Prince of Darkness, is a 1998 anime film written and directed by Tatsuo Sato, and it is a sequel to the series Martian Successor Nadesico. The story is a direct sequel to Nadesico: The Blank of Three Years, a video game for the Sega Saturn that takes place immediately after the TV series ends, and before the movie begins. The movie won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize in 1998. Originally licensed by ADV Films, the movie, along with the TV Series have been re-licensed to Nozomi Entertainment. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Yukie Nakama, Houko Kuwashima, Akiko Yajima, Noriko Hidaka, Shin-ichiro Miki, + more
Initial Release: 1998
Directed by: Tatsuo Satō
Shinobi - Heart Under Blade or Kouga Ninpouchou Basilisk - The Live-Action is a 2005 Japanese romantic drama film directed by Ten Shimoyama and written by Kenya Hirata. The story is an adaptation of Futaro Yamada's novel The Kouga Ninja Scrolls, which depicts the clash between two ninja clans, Iga and Kouga, and the fated love between Gennosuke and Oboro. The theme song of this movie was "HEAVEN" by Ayumi Hamasaki. On February 6, 2007, Funimation released the film in the United States. The contents of the DVD is a 2-Disc Set with the main movie available in Japanese and a new dub from Funimation themselves. The 2nd Disc contains Special Features and making-ofs. All of the films are subtitled ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Yukie Nakama, Erika Sawajiri, Laura Bailey, Renji Ishibashi, Troy Baker, + more
Initial Release: 2005
Directed by: Ten Shimoyama