Lost in Translation   12/20/23
by KeyserCorleone
Still, I believe the activity of their appointments and jobs helped us look into the reasons why there lives feel so mundane, so it feels like a more complete story than Late Spring, but because it also draws out a little, this pro / con hybrid of mundane experiences also requires some of the Linkla...

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
It's a shame that Lost in Translation works a little too well at making an audience relate to the same listlessness that its protagonists feel by being a somewhat slow and uneventful film that feels like passing time in a hotel room.

Lost in Translation   4/07/13
by Skepsis93
Coppola shows remarkable confidence in a mellow, subtle yet beautifully artistic visual style, the cold technical prowess underlying a sharp eye for colour and detail recalling both representations of Japan itself and the nature of Bob and Charlotte's unlikely friendship.

Lost in Translation   3/04/11
by MovieMad16
Although i would see why the characters would be lost as it is a country as well as a city that people do feel lost at.

Lost In Translation   7/20/04
by SamsoniteDelilah
For days after, I kept turning over the title in my mind: "Lost In Translation" and asking myself what was lost.

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