Lost in Translation   4/14/19
by Gideon58
The fish out of water elements of the story are the strongest...watching Bob Lewis deal with the Japanese and their sensibilities was a joy to watch, but the relationship with Charlotte is kind of sketchy and never really makes clear how Bob and Charlotte feel about each other.

Lost in Translation   9/09/15
by Iroquois
There's a certain indescribable quality to it that means that I would not be averse to giving it a third chance at some point down the line, but as for right now I'm willing to think of it as an uncomplicated indie film featuring an understated yet strong performance by Murray (how constant Oscar-chaser Sean Penn took home a Best Actor award for his scenery-chewing work in Mystic River over Murray's work here is beyond me) and a good break-out role for Johansson.

Lost in Translation   4/07/13
by Skepsis93
There's an surprisingly strong chemistry between Murray and Johansson that allows for a dynamic between the characters that reveals itself to be incredibly complex, thought-provoking, and meaningful.

Lost in Translation   3/04/11
by MovieMad16
His character is in Tokyo for work, but feels no connection nor excitement for the world around him.

Lost in Translation   7/20/04
by SamsoniteDelilah
Bob (Bill Murray) spends most of the story befuddled behind the facade of his own stardom.

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