Though boasting elaborate production values, Isshin Inudo and Shinji Higuchi's seriocomic feudal-war epic delights most with its gallery of robustly swaggering characters.
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Predictably patchy portmanteau pic "7 Days in Havana" sutures together seven flimsy-to-outright bad shorts set across a week in Havana, to forgettable effect.
An offbeat and endearingly parochial loser comedy, this Nipponese manga adaptation is a soul sister to Nobuhiro Yamashita's deadpan slacker films.
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