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Big Man Japan (Dai-Nipponjin) [Sub: Eng]
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Big Man Japan (Dai-Nipponjin) [Sub: Eng]

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An eccentric man living alone in a decrepit house in Tokyo periodically transforms into a 100-foot tall giant in order to defend Japan against similarly sized monsters.
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What Would Toto Watch?
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July 31, 2009

Big Man Japan shows a good mockumentary needs more than killer concept to make us howl.
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eFilmCritic.com
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October 11, 2009

The movie's shambling, matter-of-fact approach to pulpy material is funny, as is its steadfast avoidance of visual hype.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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June 25, 2009

Very funny in an insidious way.
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MTV
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May 30, 2009

This is Matsumoto's first feature (he's a famously odd Japanese comedian), but it's a distinctively bizarre piece of work. Remember the name.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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May 29, 2009

The film, written, directed and starring stand-up comic Hitoshi Matsumoto has, like most superheroes, a tragic flaw: It isn't funny.
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
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July 05, 2011

An affectionate parody of Japanese giant-monster hero shows to make points about the unraveling of Japan's cultural heritage.
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Detroit News
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June 26, 2009

Somewhere there is a stranger film than Big Man Japan, but it would be hard to find.
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Cinefantastique
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September 25, 2009

Big Man Japanis built around a funny concept, vaguely akin to Hancock: its title character is a superhero who is a bit of a loser.Unfortunately, the concept is not enough to sustain entire the film.
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New York Post
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May 15, 2009

At nearly two hours, Big Man Japan is clever (in a sick sort of way) but overlong. It needs judicious editing -- more mockumentary, fewer superhero antics.
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Oregonian
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August 14, 2009

The movie doesn't get truly weird until the Power Ranger-style superheroes show up, and the special effects get even more low-rent. Then it really takes off.
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Chicago Reader
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June 26, 2009

This inspired 2007 send-up of the atomic-monster genre gets a fair amount of comic mileage from Daisato (played by the director) being anything but a big man.
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New York Daily News
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May 15, 2009

As in life, the nonmonster stuff goes on too long. But wait until the giant baby shows up.
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