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TOKYO! Playing at the Landmark Aquaris Theater 4/03

Original post made by Joshua C, College Terrace, on Apr 2, 2009

This Friday, April 3rd, the Landmark Aquaris Theatre will be playing TOKYO!, a trilogy of three short films by 3 different directors including Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). Each short story takes place in a different part of the city of Tokyo. It's funny, its innovative, and it'll have you talking with others about which of the three shorts was the best.

Here's the imdb profile of the movie:
Web Link

Be sure to check it out this weekend!

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Posted by Movie Buff
a resident of Green Acres
on Apr 2, 2009 at 4:36 pm

It's been playing in San Jose for two weeks already. The Aquarius are Johnny Come Latelys when it comes to movies. Some of the movies they advertise never open at the Aquarius and/or Guild.
The seats are uncomfortable, they never start on time and when they do start the theatre manager comes to the front and pontificates as if we came to see him/her.
the Landmarks have really gone downhill


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