Tokyo! Synopsis
In Tokyo!, three of the world’s greatest filmmakers come together for an omnibus triptych examining the nature of one unforgettable city as it’s shaped by the disparate people who live, work (and even run amok!) inside one enormous, constantly...
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Movie Reviews

An interesting take on society

By CoxP9
The underlying themes in these three short films come together to create a unique motif about the social disconnect we experience in today's society. Definitely a great movie, especially because all...

Playful, funny and inspired

By flopster325
It's been a while since I've seen an intellectually compelling film in theaters so I was very excited for Tokyo! and it didn't disappoint. The three-in-one series is perfectly executed: diverse in...

Terrific Tokyo!

By dingos8maibaby
Three original tales tied together by a singular cityscape, "Tokyo!" really is an amazingly beautiful look into not only human nature but also the capacity to find magic in the mundane. The...

Tokyo! Giant Film for Giant City!

By lyons1006
Three short films with a common thread--Tokyo! explores the social impact of the giant megalopolis for which it is named. Directors Michel Gondry, Leos Carax, and Joon-ho bong combine forces,...

Creative delicacy

By fabricwarp
Words can't suffice as to what I got from this film.....I was like a kid in a candy shop. creativity, innovation and imagination is my candy. If there are others out there with this hunger, then I...

More screenings, you can't miss it

By bMooG
The 3 directors all have their own unique styles and outlooks on the city of Tokyo!. This film has very in depth and has a lot of intriguing statements being made about Tokyo's society as whole. I...

Tokyo! is! fascinating!

By resdogmovie2
This movie was so intriguing to watch. I've only seen one Michel Gondry film before, and I had not heard of the other 2 directors before, but I love the idea of 3 directors working on one movie. ...

GREAT FILM!

By fsufilmstudent
Tokyo! is an omnibus feature that brings together three of today's most vibrant directors for three enthralling stories that encompass one city. Each non-Japanese director brings his own style to the...