Briefly: Tremble All You Want is a Japanese romantic comedy. It’s funny, with gusts to hilarious. There are some sad moments, too. I enjoyed it immensely, even though I do not like, agree with, or approve of the ending, and some other script decisions.
Would I recommend it to my friends, and to others?
For sure I would! I was going to say, I would recommend it to all but the most cynical friends. But on second thought, cynical people might find it funny too! Read the synopsis on the Fantasia web site by clicking on Tremble All You Want.
I watch mainstream films and more obscure ones as well. Montreal has lots of film festivals and I've been going to most of them for many years now. Through these festivals I feel like I've seen the world without having to pack a suitcase, and I've met fascinating people among the stars, directors, and other film fans who attend. From 2008 until November 2014 I wrote more than 1,220 posts for the Cine Files film review blog on the web site of Montreal's only daily English-language newspaper, The Gazette. Those posts are difficult to find now, because of major changes to the Gazette's web site. I will gradually add links to some of those posts on this blog.
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2 thoughts on “Fantasia 2018: Tremble All You Want Review”
Dang! Makes me want to see this film but, living so far from a major city, the chances are slim. But thanks for the peek at it! Cyndi 😊
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Hi, Cyndi! Thanks for visiting. You never know, maybe you will be able to see it somehow. Online rental or purchase?