A self-referential comedy that serves as prolific Japanese filmmaker Takeshi "Beat" Kitano's latest attempt at "creative destruction" (that process was set into motion with the release of 2005's Takeshis), Kantoku Banzai! follows an ageing filmmaker (Kitano) who is eager to revive his failing career. Realizing that he has taken to falling back on familiar clichés, the weary director experiments with producing everything from an Ozu-inspired home drama to an ultra-commercial J-horror film - all with varying degrees of failure.
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A middle-school student deals with bullies, a cruel older brother and his own unpopularity while hatching a number of schemes to make himself cool in this adaptation of Jeff Kinney's series of comic novels for tweens.
One night, Chickie Donohue (Zac Efron) was having a drink with some friends in a New York bar. The group was mourning their lost loved ones and the soldiers who were fighting in the Vietnam War. When he started to notice anti-war protestors turning on their friends and family who were in Vietnam, Chick came up with an impossible plan to smuggle into Vietnam, find his friends, and share a beer with them. Peter Farrelly directs this true story based on the book written by John "Chick" Donohue and J.T. Molloy.
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