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Oh Lucy! is a movie starring Shinobu Terajima, Josh Hartnett, and Kaho Minami. A lonely woman living in Tokyo decides to take an English class where she discovers her alter ego, Lucy.

Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Atsuko Hirayanagi
Starring
Kôji Yakusho, Kaho Minami, Josh Hartnett, Shinobu Terajima

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Product details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Atsuko Hirayanagi
Writer Atsuko Hirayanagi, Atsuko Hirayanagi, Boris Frumin
Stars Kôji Yakusho, Kaho Minami, Josh Hartnett, Shinobu Terajima
Country USA, Japan
Also Known As 喔!露西, オー・ルーシー!, Ó, Lucy!, Ô Rûshî!, Ach, Lucy!
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A lonely woman living in Tokyo decides to take an English class where she discovers her alter ego, Lucy.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 02:52

An ensemble cast that spans three generations of British comedians, Kate Blanchett, Lenny Henry, Adrian Dunbar, John Cleese, Simon Amstell and others are all crammed into the large, well lit and grand interiors of the piazza during the European premiere of the TV series. They're all here for the Piazza Night event that celebrates the festival that is the Piazza Night and how it is celebrated, not by any ethnic group, but by all people and all ages. Everything is happening on this night. There are live gigs, comedy sketches, music, dance and of course, the local delicacies. Some of the group-members are asked to play the lines. Some of the players are of the British comedy class, while some are of the Italian comedy class, which includes legends like Fabio Testi and Luciano Mezzogiorno. This is the last hurrah for the European Championship of Piazza Night and it's also the last hurrah for Adrian Dunbar and Simon Amstell who co-wrote the screenplay with the players for the night. The cast, many of them veterans of the UK's TV industry, put their everything into this one-off night and it shows. Blanchett is gorgeous, to the point of being the most luscious person on the planet. She's gorgeous in every film and TV movie she's in, and here she's magnificent. It's a shame that she isn't more recognized. Her chemistry with Lenny Henry is real, genuine and amazing. As is the chemistry between Amstell and Kate Blanchett, who both give impassioned, compelling and just plain amazing performances. Both of these actors are phenomenal and they're both great comic actors. Of course, it's the three of them together that make this film so special. All the other comedic actors, from Phil Harris and Alan Davies to Michael Palin and Kate Thirlby, all have some great moments as well, especially Alan Davies, who is hilarious and also funny. Amstell is just wonderful as the surly veteran who wants to play against the legendary Cleese and who gives a brilliant comic performance in an all too brief appearance. Dunbar and Amstell also are good at playing characters who are trying to be funny but are still being sarcastic, as well as funny. Cleese and Amstell are just great and they make the best of the limited time they have on screen together. This film is also a celebration of the piazza, and as I said, the comedy that is coming out of it is fantastic. It's a time for celebration, laughter, energy and celebration. Not a time to be taken seriously and not a time for true sophistication. This is the piazza of the future. The Piazza Night is back and it's great to be a part of. It's my favorite festival night in the UK, but it's more than just a festival night. The Piazza Night is a celebration of life, culture, the joy and the struggle of the city and it's hard to not enjoy the many, many others who are part of it. I'm a huge fan of the festival, and I know this film is a celebration of the piazza. It's also a celebration of the Festival of the British Comedy, and it's a celebration of every festival night that ever happened, and in some cases more. This is one of my favorite comedies and the film is packed with moments that are very memorable. There are many funny and memorable moments. This is a film that will be remembered for a long, long time. This film is one of the best comedies of recent years. 8.5/10 stars
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 15:24

I don't think I've ever seen anything so seriously negative a review could be, so just in case the whole 'What was the point of this movie?' thing offends you, and because this film is literally a joke I'll mention that I feel a little bad for them and their pains. I'm not going to lie, I felt the same way when I saw THE PIANIST in a theater. This is what happens when a creative director's vision is completely hijacked. The artists spend their lives imagining and crafting pictures, and then someone else copies them in a way that isn't as beautiful or realistic as they imagined, and then people pay to watch it. And I don't mean it as a joke. It is a real story, with real characters, and a real script, and real actors. That is why I gave it an '8' instead of a '10'. This movie is just an exercise in creative destruction. And like an artist, this is something that I'm glad to have no power over. For all of you who love film, and get really hyped up for the premiere of a film, you know how some films blow out of the water the day they're released, some films have no reviews, no fan clubs, no DVD sales, and the most popular film of the year is a young girl's page? Come on. It's the same thing with this film, but with a lot more heart and soul. This film takes the form of a diary, a diary in which the main character, Lucy (Linda Fiorentino), is recording her life to start her junior year of high school. Through her diary, Lucy meets a wide array of characters in high school, and some of them, even though we see her as a complete ditz, we can actually feel some sort of affection for. (In my case, I felt sorry for Mary, who is the redheaded girl, who sleeps with the boy who is about to propose to her. It is such a cute and sweet little thing, like the animation in THE TALES OF RICHARD MESSNER. Every frame of this film is filled with pure sentimentality, with some scenes, like the sex scene, not so subtly illustrating the theme of unrequited love, and there are a lot of really good scenes. But it's what we don't see that makes this movie so special. The characters are very real, they aren't just cardboard cutouts. We know that Lucy is struggling to be a "normal" teenager, and what happens in her life is based on some sort of equation that we can actually see her solve. But in her head, it's just not like that. And when you see that happen in a film, that means something is happening, something that isn't just a movie. I'm not saying that we shouldn't watch this film, it's a wonderful, wonderfully crafted film, and I'm sure I'll watch it again, but I don't think I'll be watching it again, or giving it the time of day. And I don't think it's good for the film to be so self-critical, so that the people who love this film have to put it on their radar for someone else to watch, and they'll see all the faults and misses in the film, and just have to "take it personally." I'm not judging the film. It's not a perfect film, but it's beautiful in its own way. This film has to be seen, to be believed. But it's also amazing how strong a statement it makes. It's a good thing that it's out there. And I'm sure that everyone will love this film, and it will be one of the most creative films of the year. And for those of you who love great film and want to know what that's like, and see what a talented director can do with a simple idea, and the talent of some of the best and most talented actors in the business, check it out. I think that anyone, even a newbie, will enjoy it. But it's not for everyone.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 13:02

Sam Rockwell is not only one of the most compelling actors working today, he is also one of the most original in this film. From his role as "The Dude" in the "Mad Men" series, to his recent role in "Boyhood", Sam is able to create a unique persona, and give it a very unique energy. Like many actors of his generation, he plays many different characters, but he keeps the same essence that he uses in all his roles. It's amazing to see that his character in this film is very original, and in many ways, more interesting than the main character of the film. He plays a man who has lost his wife to cancer. He is trying to deal with his life, but his wife has left him. He is very difficult to get to know, and you start to understand the problem he has. Throughout the film, we are treated to his usual arsenal of quick wit and acting ability. At times, the acting itself is somewhat repetitive. But you have to realize that this is not the purpose of the film, because you are not actually watching Sam Rockwell's performance, but rather the performance of the actor who plays the main character. By doing this, we are able to watch Sam Rockwell and understand the depth of his acting ability. Once you understand this, the performances become much more noticeable and engaging. And I love that his character is so much more interesting than the main character. There are a few minor characters in the film that do not seem to matter much to the main story, and I could have used a few more of them, but other than that, this is a very different kind of movie, and the performances help this along. When you realize that this is a film about a man trying to cope with his problems, it makes the film a lot more realistic. The characters are complex and interesting, and the story is very much original. I could not stop thinking about Sam Rockwell's performance. He is brilliant. He does a lot of acting that I have never seen in any other film. Sam Rockwell's performances are exceptional. This is the kind of film that you want to watch more than once. There are a few scenes that I will watch again. I won't say anymore because it would not be fair to do so. You should see this film.


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