The story is set one month after a comet has fallen for the first time in a thousand years in Japan. Mitsuha, a high school girl living in the countryside, wants to live in the city because she is tired of life in the country. Then, there's Taki. He's a high school student living in Tokyo with his friends while working as a part-timer at an Italian restaurant. He also has a strong interest in fine arts involving architecture. One day, Mitsuha dreams of herself as a young man. On the other hand, Taki also has a dream where he is a female student attending high school in the countryside. What's the secret behind their dreams?
This movie makes you wonder how it would be like if you switched your life with somebody else's and vice versa. Of course I'm talking about two very different lives. Here's the trailer.
The second movie is The Man Who Knew Infinity and it's also new and I'm sure you'll like this one. It's about the life of a young Indian man from Madras who was a genius in mathematics during the First World War years. It's the same actor who played Pi in Life of Pi movie. (I've also read the book :-p). And the movie is inspired by real life events so it actually existed a Ramanujan at Cambridge. You know I always like the inspired by real events movies. ;) Here's the trailer.
The last one is called Lost in Translation, an old one. It wasn't that good but I enjoyed it. Definitely, wouldn't watch it again. :)
Next on my to watch list are Kubo and the two strings, Finding Dory, The Angry Birds movie, Miss Peregrine's House of Peculiar Children, The Fourth Phase and Warcraft. If you have any other movie reccommendations for me, don't hesitate to write them below, in the comments section.
Not related to the subject but quite important is that next year, I'll want to take my driver's license, too. I've wanted it since I was 18 years old but other things always got in the way, like all the time. So yeah, 2017 will be very busy for me but I can't wait for it. Many good things will come so 2017 I can't wait for you. Cheers! :)