TF Top 20……Films Set In Japan From The 2000s

 

In terms of the total number of films ‘set’ in Japan, the decade 2000-2009 was the most productive by far and one that included some very famous movies. Hopefully, I’ve been fairly extensive and have reviewed every one of them from that era but no doubt one or two have slipped my attention! Let me know! The tension is probably killing you so lets get started as we count down to the all-important number one at the bottom of this post…

20. Monster (2008) – Read the review here

19. Enter The Void (2009) – Read the review here

18. Rain Fall (2009) – Read the review here

17. Jackass The Movie (2002)  – Read the review here

16. The Grudge 2 (2006) – Read the review here

15. Stratosphere Girl (2004) – Read the review here

14. Fear And Trembling (2003) – Read the review here

13. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) – Read the review here

12. The Cove (2009) – Read the review here

11. Into The Sun (2005) – Read the review here

10. The Grudge (2004) – Read the review here

9. The Last Samurai (2003) – Read the review here

8. Wasabi (2001) – Read the review here

7. The Ramen Girl (2008) – Read the review here

6. Lost In Translation (2003) – Read the review here

5. Babel (2006) – Read the review here

4. Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) – Read the review here

3. Kill Bill Volume I (2003) – Read the review here

2. Austin Powers In Goldmember (2002) – Read the review here

1. Letters From Iwo Jima (2006) – Read the review here

Click here to read ‘TF Top 10……Films Set In Japan From The 2010s’

Click here to read ‘The Complete A-Z Of Filming Locations On Tokyo Fox’

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