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Screen Play: “I Wish”

No magic lamp required

i wish!

Separated from his brother by divorce, Koichi believes that if he makes a wish right as two bullet trains whiz by one another, his family will be reunited. They say it’s the ultimate kids’ movie, but we find it difficult to recommend you take your little engineers to sit through a subtitled flick — unless, of course, they’re fluent in Japanese. (As for you, make sure you’re not pressed for time, the gem unwinds over two hours.)
It’s like: Nobody Knows meets Good Morning.
Take: Your inner child.
Premieres: Today

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Photo: Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures