Here are the best Japanese movies of all time that you should watch. From Animated, Realistic, and Monster movies to fantasy movies, we have covered almost all the best Japanese Movies.
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Godzilla is the first movie in the Godzilla film franchise and the Showa movie era. This movie was made on 3 December 1954 by Kinokin Entertainment and grossed over $189 million during its initial theatrical run.
Demonslayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba movie: Mugen Train is a Japanese animated dark fiction movie. Director was Haruo Sotozaki and was written by Ufotable employees. It grossed more than $500 million at the international box office.
Suicide Club is a 2001 Japanese horror movie authored and directed by Sion Sono. This movie explores a wave of seemingly unconnected suicides which strikes Japan and the efforts of the police to decide the reasons behind the odd behavior. Il won the Jury Prize for “Best groundbreaking filmmaker” in 2003.
Your Name movie was the top-grossing Japanese movie of the year. This animated short from Makoto Shinkai about two body-swapping teenagers grossed 24 billion yen (about $214 million) Since arriving in theaters late last August. The movie theme revolves around a pair of youngsters.
Hiyao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” is by no means the best animation film John Sutter tells Variety. Miyazaki provides complexity and explains it in detail. Sutter: Miyazaki takes care of many figures we identify in the movie which are in motion.
Princess Mononoke movie is one of the most inventive movies. It signifies an epic story located in medieval Japan at the beginning of the Iron Age when some men lived in peace with nature and others tried to disturb and overcome it.
High and Low The Movie is a 2016 Japanese action movie. It is filmed by Shigeaki Kubo. It’s the first original film within the High&low series. The movie continues the stories of the five gangs that hold the SWORD area. The movie earned 2.1 billion yen and tempted 1.6 million people. It was released in South Korea on January 12, 2017, and released in Taiwan on January 20, 2017.
“13 Assassins” is an ambitious high-budget epic with great visuals and sounds by “Takeshi Miike”. The movie is set in 1844 towards the end of the medieval Edo time and at a time when true samurai warriors were rare.
Shoplifters is a Japanese drama movie from 2018 directed, authored, and produced by Hirokazu Kore-Eda. It’s about a non-biological family with lives in poverty depending on shoplifting. The movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 13 May 2018 and won the Palma d’Or.
Makoto Shinkayai’s new animated novel-fantasy release in America shows the same spark of inventiveness and consistency of concept as earlier. There were no surprises when “The Count With You” was played with a plausible and simple decision. Most of the movie story is told from Hodaka’s point of view which is a typical trajectory which is a boy leaves school to his parents without a plan and suddenly runs out of resources, Hodaka also has to work on his own belief that he could beat the city’s full indifference.