Jellyfish Eyes

Synopsis: In Japan, the small Masashi moves from one evacuation center to a small town. There you will discover that every child has the right to communicate with a fantastic creature, but these are being used in an evil plan to collect negative energy of children.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
Director(s): Takashi Murakami
Production: Janus Films
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
4.8
Metacritic:
34
Rotten Tomatoes:
18%
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
101 min
$5,532
Website
5 Views


1

Expected levels reached,

but there's an anomaly!

The numbers are too high!

What about the singularity?

Don't stop!

Keep going-

We need more negative energy.

Powerful negative energy!

What's going on?

I wasn't notified of this.

It was my idea.

And now there's

a F.R.I.E.N.D. on the loose.

Was that your idea too?

It must feel great to leave

the Evacuation Center.

Yes.

Thanks again, Mr. Sasaki.

Don't mention it.

I like driving.

I'd take

more long drives if I could,

but my wife

and daughter complain

that gasoline costs too much.

Right, you have a daughter.

Living with two women,

I hardly have any space to myself.

I'll bet it's tough raising a daughter.

Do you get along?

Mom, did you see that?

She's in ninth grade already?

I guess she's got

entrance exams, then.

The hardest part

is choosing a new school.

- Shall I set these here?

- Yes, please.

Ah, sorry.

Look at him go!

Thanks.

Where should I put these?

Masashi, take this in back.

- Careful.

- I've got it.

Wow, boys are tough.

My daughter

would be lying around.

We can handle the rest.

Masashi!

Mr. Sasaki's leaving!

Coming!

Thank you for everything.

Your husband did so much more for me.

This is the least I could do.

Sorry there's not more for dinner.

It's okay. I love this stuff.

There' s Chee-Kama cheese too.

Chee-Kama!

You like Chee-kama, right?

Tastes good, doesn't it?

Chee-kama?

Is someone there?

Look, they're growing rice.

Think they'll give us some?

I don't know about that.

It's a very nice campus.

In our school

we have strict rules,

and our motto is "safety first.

Head the rules before you come.

Yes, sir.

For phys ed...

and swimming.

Go to the Miyata Clothing Shop

to get measured for your uniform.

All right.

We'll be expecting you

tomorrow, then.

I'll bet you're excited, right?

Please take good care of him.

Seems like a pretty strict school.

I hope you make lots of friends.

I'll go get your uniform

and the other things you need.

You go inside.

Bye.

Chee-kama!

What are you?

I'm back.

What happened in here?

The place is a mess!

Keep still.

Sorry!

What is all this?

Where are you going?

Hey! Take your shoes off inside!

You look like...

a Jellyfish!

Are you hungry?

You like Chee-kama.

Come on!

Over here!

Just try and catch me,

Kurage-bo!

Follow me now, Kurage-bo!

Are you okay?

Dad!

You like the Chee-kama I made?

Yeah, I love it.

Yeah?

I'm glad my work makes you smile.

- Hello?

- This is Soma Shoten.

Dad!

Keep still in there.

And so...

Masashi is new here,

so I'm sure he's nervous.

Help him to fit in, everyone.

Thank you.

There's a desk over there.

We'll continue from yesterday.

Open your books.

A local train crosses a bridge

800 feet long.

Keep still.

An express train crosses

the same bridge in 16 seconds.

The express train is 65 feet longer

than the local train.

It travels twice as fast.

Find the length and speed

of the local train.

First we let X stand for...

the speed of the local train

in feet per second.

Since time equals distance

divided by velocity -

Who's this guy?

Yupi, get him!

Quiet down.

That's all for today.

Review your notes.

Tatsuya!

So you have a F.R.I.E.N.D. too?

F.R.I.E.N.D.'?

Don't let it interrupt class, okay?

Chee-kama!

I don't have any more.

You ate it all, remember?

Uncle Naoto's here!

You don't want us here?

That's not what I meant!

I'm happy you're close by,

but this town is dangerous!

You're afraid we'll take time away

from your experiments.

You never change!

Sis!

I didn't move here

to depend on you.

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