Cultures clash on the streets of Tokyo in one of Takashi Miike’s more subdued gangster thrillers.
Music, bubbles, parkour and fairy tales are wildly smashed together in Wit Studio’s bizarre romantic sci-fi.
A big, bad wolf faces the consequences of the life he’s chosen in Mamoru Oshii and Hiroyuki Okiura’s dystopian sci fi.
A young engineer dreams of designing the greatest aircraft in Hayao Miyazaki’s last (*cough*) movie.
In Takana Shirai’s directorial debut a young girl must travel about 500 miles on foot in order to feed some gods.
The future sure is yellow in the last of Takashi Miike’s DoA trilogy.
Excellent animation clashes with a ludicrous localisation to make an unforgettable Journey to the West-ish adaptation.
The fabled assassin returns in this non-lethal but much-improved sequel.
A hitman just can’t catch a break in Kan Eguchi’s action-comedy adaptation.
A sudden pregnancy divides and unites two best friends in Hajime Tsuda’s quiet comedy-drama.
Bigger isn’t always better for a hapless superhero in Hitoshi Matsumoto’s kaiju comedy
A middle-aged man tries to live as best he can in Jun Ichikawa’s study of solitude and compulsion.