Synonyms for tetsuji_tamayama or Related words with tetsuji_tamayama

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Examples of "tetsuji_tamayama"
The character was portrayed by Kunie Tanaka in the 1974 Japanese live-action film "". The 2014 feature film had Tetsuji Tamayama in the role.
A live-action film based on the manga was released on February 3, 2007. It was directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri, written by Takashi Ujita, and starred Tetsuji Tamayama as Hiroshi.
"Ko·mo·re·bi" is Hitomi Takahashi's 5th single, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. This single also found Hitomi once again working with ex-Judy and Mary member TAKUYA.
Kenta (Tetsuji Tamayama), a classically trained pianist, is fired from his orchestra, and gets drunk in a bar. He wakes up the following morning in what turns out to be a bookstore in heaven. The owner of the bookstore had brought him there, and explains that people live to be 100; people who die before this age go to heaven to live out the rest of their allotted time, before they are reborn on earth.
A new live-action film, titled simply "Lupin III" and directed by Ryuhei Kitamura, was released on August 30, 2014. The cast features Shun Oguri as Lupin, Meisa Kuroki as Fujiko, Tetsuji Tamayama as Jigen, Go Ayano as Goemon, and Tadanobu Asano as Zenigata. Tomoyasu Hotei provided the theme song for the movie. It was released in Australia in 2015 by Madman Entertainment. A sequel is in development.
Two live-action film adaptations have been made for "Nana". The first, "Nana", was released on September 3, 2005. The film stars Mika Nakashima as the punk star Nana Osaki, Aoi Miyazaki as Hachi (Nana Komatsu), Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren Honjo, Tetsuji Tamayama as Takumi Ichinose, Hiroki Narimiya as Nobuo Terashima, and Matsuyama Kenichi as Shinichi Okazaki. The DVD edition was released on March 3, 2006. The film did quite well at the Japanese box office, grossing more than 4 billion yen, and staying in the top 10 for several weeks.
On 25 January 2010, it was announced that Ueno would be the lead in the 2011 NHK Taiga drama "Gō" based on an original script by "Atsuhime" writer . with filming starting in August 2010. The series is Ueno's first role in a historical drama. "Gō" is NHK's 50th Taiga drama, and only its 10th drama with a woman as the main character. On April 15, 2010, Ueno took the role of "Haru" in the spring J-Drama Sunao ni Narenakute which tells a story of the blossoming friendship between five people through Twitter, along with Eita, Hero Jaejoong, Megumi Seki and Tetsuji Tamayama.
It was during the eighth month of 2006 that news of a new single surfaced. This single, titled "Ko·mo·re·bi", was officially announced to be Hitomi's 5th single at the end of August, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. Similar to her past single, "Ko·mo·re·bi" failed to chart in the Top 30 Weekly Charts, and debuted at #50 for its first week on the charts, only selling about 300 more copies than "Communication". In spite of this, Hitomi was chosen to be one of many artists to take part in the new tribute album for the new Death Note movie.
Critical reception of the 2014 live-action film was generally negative among Japanese and Western film critics, especially following the film’s showing at LA EigaFest. Areas frequently targeted for criticism were Ryuhei Kitamura's direction, the film’s supporting characters, screenplay, cinematography and editing (especially in the action scenes), costume design and soundtrack. The film was also criticized for having most of the its dialogue performed in English (resulting in poor delivery and intonation of numerous lines by its Asian cast members), and for overall squandering its potential as an adaptation of Monkey Punch’s manga. Shun Oguri, Tetsuji Tamayama, Gō Ayano, Meisa Kuroki and Tadanobu Asano were, however, frequently seen as well-cast in their respective roles. Audience opinions were mixed, with some viewing the film as “an enjoyable time to be had to the whole family”, while others viewed it as part of a “terrible live-action adaptation trend that has been going on through the years”.
Fox appeared in all 150 episodes of this run of the NHK Asadora (Morning Drama). Fox's performance was entirely in Japanese, save occasional scenes which naturally called for English, "e.g.", retrospective scenes in the character's home in Scotland (actually shot on locations in Japan such as Hokkaido). This was true despite the fact that she had not had any prior experience in the Japanese language nor had she visited Japan previous to her trip to perform for the show's screen test. Each line of Fox's script included three additional lines, the first of which was the romanized script of the Japanese line, followed by the translated line in English, and finally by the word-for-word literal translation in English which follows the Japanese word order. This way Fox would not only learn the Japanese lines but also acknowledge where each word would occur in a given line, thus acting according to the Japanese word order whether the lines were uttered by her or by her co-performers. This caused Fox's script to be ten times thicker than that for the native Japanese co-actors on the show. "If I had been in Charlotte's position, I would have run away to America," said Tetsuji Tamayama, co-lead who played the eponymous character who is married to Fox's character Ellie. When polled by NHK as to the reasons for watching "Massan", 60% of the viewers chose Fox as the reason (second highest, with the highest, 65%, choosing "Interesting story and theme").