Wow..It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a movie review! =D My summer has been packed with trips and now that I’ve started work and school again, it made my transition back into reality a bit more difficult. I’ve watched a bunch of movies while I’ve been gone so here goes!
Taro (Kamiki Ryunosuke) is a 12 year old boy from a small town that loves baseball and pretending to be a radio DJ. Due to a sickness, Taro is hospitalized and while there, he eventually becomes the lunchtime DJ at the hospital and changes the meloncholy beat at the hospital to a more light hearted one. Based on Onizuka Tadashi’s novel, Little DJ is a story about the reminiscents of young love and music.
Quick to capture your heart and attention, Little DJ is a gentle and sweet movie to watch. Main actor Kamiki Ryunosuke, who plays Taro, is a brilliant young actor with a bright future. The cute romance and feelings expressed in the movie bring light to the joy of being a child again. Some people might find Little DJ to be a typical story about a person in the hospital, but with the twist on music, romance of a girl who is a year older, and other side stories, Little Dj will no doubt, touch your heart. Honestly, I have no bad things to say about this movie, it was simply sweet and heartwarming. I think some might find it slow? but definitely not me.
My rating: 9/10
Should you watch it? Definitely. It seems like you’re typical story about incurable disease, but it’s very heartwarming.
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