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地方都市に暮らす由緒ある武家の末裔の大家族と、その家族に降りかかった地球の危機に一致団結して立ち向かう姿を描いたお話。 まず驚きなのは物語に登場するデジタルワールド、2009年の時点でこの近未来が日本映画で想定されていたことが興味深い。 まだ実現していないが、今後実現されるであろうデジタルガバメントやVRや、AR、ライフラインなどのコントロールがすべて仮想空間で行われている社会が描かれている。 そうこの映画の中では、日本人はOZ(物語の中心になるデジタル空間)のアカウントがなければ日常生活は送れないのだ。 いっぽうで、物語の舞台となるのは長野県上田市で、山野が広がり抜けるような夏空が広がる典型的な地方都市の風景だ。 そこに代々住まう武家の末裔の大家族が物語の中心で、降ってわいたようなサイバー空間で起きたテロを意外な勝負で打ち負かす。 奇想天外なストーリーだが、そんなアナログとデジタルのコントラストが物語をユニークで、親しみやすものにしている。 本作は細田守の名前を世に知らしめる事となった名作です。 アニメ版「時をかける少女」で既にアニメファンや映画評論家には有名となっていた細田監督ですが、その評価を更に押し上げる事となりました。 主人公がヒロインの実家で行われる祖母の誕生会に出席し、現実とリンクした仮想空間OZで起きる騒動に巻き込まれる…というあらすじですが、各所の演出が素晴らしい。 特に冒頭から視聴者に違和感の無いように仮想空間の説明をしており、これが中盤以降の没入感の手助けをしてくれます。 非常にSF的でありながらも、日常の裏側に非日常があるという世界観を上手く表現しています。 本作において、「現実とOZ」が切り離せないものだと理解させられることでしょう。 物語終盤における「世界の危機」を主人公と、ヒロインの親戚たちが解決する流れは緊迫感と爽快感に満ちており、ラストの五分間は何度観ても盛り上がる事間違いなし。 夏の傑作アニメーション映画として、一度は観ておきたい名作です。 This anime movie, from the same director as the excellent "The girl who leapt through time," revolves around Kenji, who is a highschool student into maths, games and puzzles and spending time in an online virtual reality called OZ. He is asked by a girl at his school, to pretend to be her boyfriend at a get-together of her family. He agrees, as much to spend some time with a girl he would normally consider out of his league, as anything else. Little does he realize as he goes to sleep on the first night, that he will awake to a nightmare, and a puzzle that will tax his abilities to the limit! The mix of family life, and a virtual world gone mad, makes a really entertaining, and exciting storyline. Definitely one you will watch again. Natsuki the popular girl at school has promised to introduce her boyfriend to her formidable samurai Grannie at Grannies upcoming birthday. Problem is she hasn't got one so on short notice she improvises offering the school maths nerd a summer job. Then all hell breaks loose as a rogue AI is loosed on the Online world of OZ a gaming trading environment that has become ubiquitous and through which the AI Love Machine accesses virtually everything and causes havoc. Some people have said this is unrealistic, but with the rapid development of the Internet of Things it has way more potential reality to it than most other anime. May 2017 Wannacry ransomware incident rather proves my point I think. At this point the resistance begins, centred on the phenomenally well connected Grandmother, her crazy family and the Nerd who turns out is a bit of a prodigy and when pushed has some steel to him. Summer Wars is an utterly engrossing fusion of intergenerational family drama, wildly eye-catching internet action thriller and coming of age love story. It might, at first sight, seem that the final product is too thin to encompass all these elements within the bounds of a single film and one which is less than two hours long at that. However, the combination of the emotionally well rounded characters, the stunning visuals, well paced exiting plot and sense that this is a story that has a degree of weight and purpose, allows Summer Wars to added up to more than the sum of its parts. Indeed, the message about the importance of family added to the notion that the internet allows us to create new and even wider families, world wide, through shared interests and the belief in the goodness of others is sufficiently striking as to hold the film together and then some. There's no need for me to give a break down of the set up or the plot, as that has already been well covered by Amazon on the film's page, so the only thing i need further remark upon is to say that I really like this film. I found it to be a thoroughly engrossing and enjoyable film watching experience. As a director Mamoru Hosoda reminds me a great deal of the American director Howard Hawks. Like Hawks Hosoda has a gift for presenting his stories in the most naturalistic way possible. You often feel like you are forgetting that this is a film, or even an animation. Not because that quality of the art is so high though it is excellent throughout but rather Hosoda's direction is so smooth and even that you feel that you are actually there as an observer within the room. It is an astonishing gift. In his other two major films, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Wolf Children Hosoda demonstrates this quality repeatedly so it is no fluke, rather it is a skill which marks him out a one of the most gifted talents of this generation. He may not have the wild vision that made Satoshi Kon so refreshing, or brilliantly cold philosophy of Mamoru Oshii but like Shinichiro Watanabe he is a great story teller and the world of anime is so much the richer for him. The intro to Summer Wars gives us a rather nice picture of an internet that we slowly seem to be getting closer and closer to in reality, a world where you can live online through your phone, TV, computer and hand held console. Where work, rest and play are achieved in a truly linked up online world. It is tantalising stuff that you could quite happily ponder for ages. The film begins quite slowly but carries long well thanks to its charming wit and graciously gentle story building, well that is until the internet Oz starts experiencing problems and chaos is unleashed. Yes the general story is old; high tech systems falling apart but it is the films characterisations which see it through. Our hero Kenji isn't exactly a stereotypical champion, which is nice, his special skill is his amazing mathematical ability. If only all films could create heroic role models like these perhaps maths would gain the respect that it deserves in this country. Character interactions are very dynamic and often filled with little comedic flourishes which makes for a nicely engaged viewing throughout as you find yourselves attaching to each characters little eccentricities. The film also manages to do serious section very well also ensuring the viewer feels a part of the issues that are dealt with in the film. If there is a point of criticism to be made it is that the family the story centres around seem to control or have genes in almost everything, if it has a place in the world then this family are connected to it, it does give a feel of totalitarian royal blood feel to the film, especially if casually viewed. However, if we go deeper then we could associate this family unit as merely a metaphor for society at large, which would mean the film takes more of a socialistic; everybody working together to achieve our goals, which is a lot easier to stomach and fits in with the finale much better. Summer Wars is an absolutely wonderful story which should be viewed by all. The world of OZ has no limits. Kenji Koiso is a young student at Kuonji High School with a gift for mathematics and a part-time moderator in the massive computer-simulated virtual reality world OZ along with his friend Takashi Sakuma. Natsuki Shinohara invites Kenji to celebrate great-grandmother's 90th birthday. Summer Wars may seem like a science fiction story about the virtual reality of OZ, and to some degree it is, but at it's core Summer Wars is a stunning tale about family. I thoroughly enjoyed watching it and would definitely recommend it. More than two years ago, I got THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME 2006 for Christmas and I was blown away. It was beautiful, funny, touching and it made me shed a tear or two. When I heard that it's director, Mamoru Hosoda, was making a follow-up, titled SUMMER WARS 2009 , I waited for the film to reach these shores, hoping it would be just as wonderful as THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME. And, it was. SUMMER WARS has the same enthusiasm and passion that made THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME so good. I can't really say which of the two films are the best, because they have different storylines. Nevertheless, SUMMER WARS reunites Hosoda with nearly all of the people who worked on his 2006 hit, including screenwrtier Sakoto Okudera and character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto who is also responsible for designing my all-time favourite anime character, EVANGELION's Rei Ayanami. Despite the large cast of characters up to thirty! , each of them are memorable. The action sequences, taking place in the online world of OZ, doesn't disappoint at all. But Hosoda also finds time for the drama of the characters in the real world. Some people have pointed out that the plot of the film bore some similarly to DIGIMON: THE MOVIE 2000 , which Hosoda directed. But I haven't seen the DIGIMON film and I have no plans to, since it's aimed at DIGIMON fans only. SUMMER WARS is a family movie. This film deserves the acclaim and awards it has got and it's a must-buy for every single anime fan. I look foward to Hosoda's next film. If THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME saw Hosoda as a rising anime filmmaker, then SUMMER WARS has sealed his place as one of the finest animation directors in Japan. Reviewer: Ben David W I brought this having enjoyed "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" and it was cheap. It is a completely different story, and the two can't be compared, but it is to the same quality. It has been well thought out and produced to the highest level. Some think the story is a bit far fetched, but that's a poor thing to label at it as, let's be honest, most anime is. I wasn't sure if I should give it a full 5 stars, or just the 4, but I don't know what I could say to justify knocking a star off Summer Wars is a great anime film by Manga entertainment. This anime film is based on a boy named Kenji who is asked by a girl named Natsuki to do a job which he thinks will be easy but not until he finds out that he has to pretend to be Natsuki's fiancee. But Kenji also has another life in the world of OZ, a virtual world where people from all over the world create avatars and do whatever they want like shop, play games and interact with other people all around the world. But now an evil rogue AI is infecting the world of OZ and stealing Avatars from all over the world. So now it is up to Kenji and Natsuki and people from all over the world to try and defeat this evil rogue AI before both OZ and the real world come crashing down and spur into chaos. Summer wars is a very artistic film shown to have both a futurtistic and past like feel to the areas that you will be visting while watching this film also you have a great story to follow one of the real world and one of the OZ world and you wil not want to miss a single second of this action packed story. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes anime, avatars, computers, action or all of these qualities or if you are beginning your anime journey this would be a great film addition to your collection. Summer Wars is categorized as Manga but it is a very good film and the drawn graphics although not a soft manga style suit the film. A Virus is let loose on the world and is taking over OZ. A Network that links nearly everything within their world. We follow a family and how they deal with the events that unfold because of the virus. In the end the family get together to stop the virus risking everything. This is one of my very favourite anime's. anyone who loves the gaming world and intense moments where you don't know whether to look or not in case that the outcome doesn't come out good! buy this, its the perfect movie for just about anyone. It doesn't have a great deal of romance in it, so sorry for a lot of you girlies ehhee :D This anime story has many of the elements that make Japanese animation quite a different beast from the usual Disney or Warner Bros fare. It is a thought provoking and yet highly entertaining SciFi story of a computer geek posing as the boyfriend of the popular girl at high school. He spends time with her family and inadvertently becomes embroiled in both real-life drama and on line crisis. The story builds up tension but has light comical moments to stop it from being too heavy. Great entertainment for the family and as a discussion point with your teenage children.

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(どんな内容? どんな話?) 必ずしも映画だけではないので、小説やテレビ番組、日常の変わった体験などさまざまなものに使える表現です。 あくまでがっつり説明してほしいと思っている感じではない質問です。 もちろん映画を見ていない人にネタバレするのは、あまり一般的に良いことではありません。 (どんな映画なの?)」をしたら、ストーリーを細かく1から順番に、場合によっては結末まで言われてしまうことがあったそうですが、話の趣旨としては少し違いますね。 だいたいどんな映画なのか? を知りたいだけであって、映画などの公開情報を扱ったニュースでも比較的見かける表現です。 itの部分に具体的な作品名を入れることもできます。 これはアーノルド・シュワルツェネッガーとジャッキー・チェンが同じ映画に登場することでは、2004年の『80デイズ』以来となる。 『80デイズ』ではジャッキーが主役で、シュワルツェネッガーがカメオ出演している程度に留まっていますが、いちおう同じ映画に登場した(appear)とはいえます。 このようにさまざまな形で映画などの説明ができるので、ぜひ英会話などでもご活用ください。 記事カテゴリー• 1,376• 131• 113•

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地方都市に暮らす由緒ある武家の末裔の大家族と、その家族に降りかかった地球の危機に一致団結して立ち向かう姿を描いたお話。 まず驚きなのは物語に登場するデジタルワールド、2009年の時点でこの近未来が日本映画で想定されていたことが興味深い。 まだ実現していないが、今後実現されるであろうデジタルガバメントやVRや、AR、ライフラインなどのコントロールがすべて仮想空間で行われている社会が描かれている。 そうこの映画の中では、日本人はOZ(物語の中心になるデジタル空間)のアカウントがなければ日常生活は送れないのだ。 いっぽうで、物語の舞台となるのは長野県上田市で、山野が広がり抜けるような夏空が広がる典型的な地方都市の風景だ。 そこに代々住まう武家の末裔の大家族が物語の中心で、降ってわいたようなサイバー空間で起きたテロを意外な勝負で打ち負かす。 奇想天外なストーリーだが、そんなアナログとデジタルのコントラストが物語をユニークで、親しみやすものにしている。 本作は細田守の名前を世に知らしめる事となった名作です。 アニメ版「時をかける少女」で既にアニメファンや映画評論家には有名となっていた細田監督ですが、その評価を更に押し上げる事となりました。 主人公がヒロインの実家で行われる祖母の誕生会に出席し、現実とリンクした仮想空間OZで起きる騒動に巻き込まれる…というあらすじですが、各所の演出が素晴らしい。 特に冒頭から視聴者に違和感の無いように仮想空間の説明をしており、これが中盤以降の没入感の手助けをしてくれます。 非常にSF的でありながらも、日常の裏側に非日常があるという世界観を上手く表現しています。 本作において、「現実とOZ」が切り離せないものだと理解させられることでしょう。 物語終盤における「世界の危機」を主人公と、ヒロインの親戚たちが解決する流れは緊迫感と爽快感に満ちており、ラストの五分間は何度観ても盛り上がる事間違いなし。 夏の傑作アニメーション映画として、一度は観ておきたい名作です。 This anime movie, from the same director as the excellent "The girl who leapt through time," revolves around Kenji, who is a highschool student into maths, games and puzzles and spending time in an online virtual reality called OZ. He is asked by a girl at his school, to pretend to be her boyfriend at a get-together of her family. He agrees, as much to spend some time with a girl he would normally consider out of his league, as anything else. Little does he realize as he goes to sleep on the first night, that he will awake to a nightmare, and a puzzle that will tax his abilities to the limit! The mix of family life, and a virtual world gone mad, makes a really entertaining, and exciting storyline. Definitely one you will watch again. Natsuki the popular girl at school has promised to introduce her boyfriend to her formidable samurai Grannie at Grannies upcoming birthday. Problem is she hasn't got one so on short notice she improvises offering the school maths nerd a summer job. Then all hell breaks loose as a rogue AI is loosed on the Online world of OZ a gaming trading environment that has become ubiquitous and through which the AI Love Machine accesses virtually everything and causes havoc. Some people have said this is unrealistic, but with the rapid development of the Internet of Things it has way more potential reality to it than most other anime. May 2017 Wannacry ransomware incident rather proves my point I think. At this point the resistance begins, centred on the phenomenally well connected Grandmother, her crazy family and the Nerd who turns out is a bit of a prodigy and when pushed has some steel to him. Summer Wars is an utterly engrossing fusion of intergenerational family drama, wildly eye-catching internet action thriller and coming of age love story. It might, at first sight, seem that the final product is too thin to encompass all these elements within the bounds of a single film and one which is less than two hours long at that. However, the combination of the emotionally well rounded characters, the stunning visuals, well paced exiting plot and sense that this is a story that has a degree of weight and purpose, allows Summer Wars to added up to more than the sum of its parts. Indeed, the message about the importance of family added to the notion that the internet allows us to create new and even wider families, world wide, through shared interests and the belief in the goodness of others is sufficiently striking as to hold the film together and then some. There's no need for me to give a break down of the set up or the plot, as that has already been well covered by Amazon on the film's page, so the only thing i need further remark upon is to say that I really like this film. I found it to be a thoroughly engrossing and enjoyable film watching experience. As a director Mamoru Hosoda reminds me a great deal of the American director Howard Hawks. Like Hawks Hosoda has a gift for presenting his stories in the most naturalistic way possible. You often feel like you are forgetting that this is a film, or even an animation. Not because that quality of the art is so high though it is excellent throughout but rather Hosoda's direction is so smooth and even that you feel that you are actually there as an observer within the room. It is an astonishing gift. In his other two major films, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Wolf Children Hosoda demonstrates this quality repeatedly so it is no fluke, rather it is a skill which marks him out a one of the most gifted talents of this generation. He may not have the wild vision that made Satoshi Kon so refreshing, or brilliantly cold philosophy of Mamoru Oshii but like Shinichiro Watanabe he is a great story teller and the world of anime is so much the richer for him. The intro to Summer Wars gives us a rather nice picture of an internet that we slowly seem to be getting closer and closer to in reality, a world where you can live online through your phone, TV, computer and hand held console. Where work, rest and play are achieved in a truly linked up online world. It is tantalising stuff that you could quite happily ponder for ages. The film begins quite slowly but carries long well thanks to its charming wit and graciously gentle story building, well that is until the internet Oz starts experiencing problems and chaos is unleashed. Yes the general story is old; high tech systems falling apart but it is the films characterisations which see it through. Our hero Kenji isn't exactly a stereotypical champion, which is nice, his special skill is his amazing mathematical ability. If only all films could create heroic role models like these perhaps maths would gain the respect that it deserves in this country. Character interactions are very dynamic and often filled with little comedic flourishes which makes for a nicely engaged viewing throughout as you find yourselves attaching to each characters little eccentricities. The film also manages to do serious section very well also ensuring the viewer feels a part of the issues that are dealt with in the film. If there is a point of criticism to be made it is that the family the story centres around seem to control or have genes in almost everything, if it has a place in the world then this family are connected to it, it does give a feel of totalitarian royal blood feel to the film, especially if casually viewed. However, if we go deeper then we could associate this family unit as merely a metaphor for society at large, which would mean the film takes more of a socialistic; everybody working together to achieve our goals, which is a lot easier to stomach and fits in with the finale much better. Summer Wars is an absolutely wonderful story which should be viewed by all. The world of OZ has no limits. Kenji Koiso is a young student at Kuonji High School with a gift for mathematics and a part-time moderator in the massive computer-simulated virtual reality world OZ along with his friend Takashi Sakuma. Natsuki Shinohara invites Kenji to celebrate great-grandmother's 90th birthday. Summer Wars may seem like a science fiction story about the virtual reality of OZ, and to some degree it is, but at it's core Summer Wars is a stunning tale about family. I thoroughly enjoyed watching it and would definitely recommend it. More than two years ago, I got THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME 2006 for Christmas and I was blown away. It was beautiful, funny, touching and it made me shed a tear or two. When I heard that it's director, Mamoru Hosoda, was making a follow-up, titled SUMMER WARS 2009 , I waited for the film to reach these shores, hoping it would be just as wonderful as THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME. And, it was. SUMMER WARS has the same enthusiasm and passion that made THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME so good. I can't really say which of the two films are the best, because they have different storylines. Nevertheless, SUMMER WARS reunites Hosoda with nearly all of the people who worked on his 2006 hit, including screenwrtier Sakoto Okudera and character designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto who is also responsible for designing my all-time favourite anime character, EVANGELION's Rei Ayanami. Despite the large cast of characters up to thirty! , each of them are memorable. The action sequences, taking place in the online world of OZ, doesn't disappoint at all. But Hosoda also finds time for the drama of the characters in the real world. Some people have pointed out that the plot of the film bore some similarly to DIGIMON: THE MOVIE 2000 , which Hosoda directed. But I haven't seen the DIGIMON film and I have no plans to, since it's aimed at DIGIMON fans only. SUMMER WARS is a family movie. This film deserves the acclaim and awards it has got and it's a must-buy for every single anime fan. I look foward to Hosoda's next film. If THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME saw Hosoda as a rising anime filmmaker, then SUMMER WARS has sealed his place as one of the finest animation directors in Japan. Reviewer: Ben David W I brought this having enjoyed "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" and it was cheap. It is a completely different story, and the two can't be compared, but it is to the same quality. It has been well thought out and produced to the highest level. Some think the story is a bit far fetched, but that's a poor thing to label at it as, let's be honest, most anime is. I wasn't sure if I should give it a full 5 stars, or just the 4, but I don't know what I could say to justify knocking a star off Summer Wars is a great anime film by Manga entertainment. This anime film is based on a boy named Kenji who is asked by a girl named Natsuki to do a job which he thinks will be easy but not until he finds out that he has to pretend to be Natsuki's fiancee. But Kenji also has another life in the world of OZ, a virtual world where people from all over the world create avatars and do whatever they want like shop, play games and interact with other people all around the world. But now an evil rogue AI is infecting the world of OZ and stealing Avatars from all over the world. So now it is up to Kenji and Natsuki and people from all over the world to try and defeat this evil rogue AI before both OZ and the real world come crashing down and spur into chaos. Summer wars is a very artistic film shown to have both a futurtistic and past like feel to the areas that you will be visting while watching this film also you have a great story to follow one of the real world and one of the OZ world and you wil not want to miss a single second of this action packed story. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes anime, avatars, computers, action or all of these qualities or if you are beginning your anime journey this would be a great film addition to your collection. Summer Wars is categorized as Manga but it is a very good film and the drawn graphics although not a soft manga style suit the film. A Virus is let loose on the world and is taking over OZ. A Network that links nearly everything within their world. We follow a family and how they deal with the events that unfold because of the virus. In the end the family get together to stop the virus risking everything. This is one of my very favourite anime's. anyone who loves the gaming world and intense moments where you don't know whether to look or not in case that the outcome doesn't come out good! buy this, its the perfect movie for just about anyone. It doesn't have a great deal of romance in it, so sorry for a lot of you girlies ehhee :D This anime story has many of the elements that make Japanese animation quite a different beast from the usual Disney or Warner Bros fare. It is a thought provoking and yet highly entertaining SciFi story of a computer geek posing as the boyfriend of the popular girl at high school. He spends time with her family and inadvertently becomes embroiled in both real-life drama and on line crisis. The story builds up tension but has light comical moments to stop it from being too heavy. Great entertainment for the family and as a discussion point with your teenage children.

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