Reports have it that there are two versions of Pink and Gray, one has the full-frontal sex scene featuring Johnny's idol Yuto Nakajima and Kaho, while the 'tame' version deleted the love scene to appease the devoted fans who might get upset to see Nakajima having sex. 

I don't know if the fans will grow up, but Nakajima certainly grew in acting stature as Rengo Shiraki. 

When we regret something in the past, we did not regret it before it happened. We had no thoughts or feelings about it then. By utilizing this resource from the past and bringing it back into the now, we can stop being concerned. - A paragraph from Time Travelling into the Past to Eliminate Regret.

Often, a movie trailer can exceed our expectations, and the movie itself could be a big disappointment. In the case of Orange - notwithstanding the over-sentimental play of dramatic music - it's the other way around. Based on the manga series "Orange" by Ichigo Takano, the movie is about love, regrets, camaraderie, friendship and the will not to let go of someone even if destiny seems to favor a negative, tragic result.

Naho Takamiya (Tao Tsuchiya) is a 2nd-year high school student. On the way to school one Spring day, she noticed an envelope inside her bag - it contains a letter addressed to her and sent by herself ten years into the future. Surprised and confused, she got no time to reflect as she's already late for school.

Gassoh tells the tale of three childhood friends who harbor different political and social leanings. The year is 1868, after 300 years of domination, The Tokugawa Shogunate has fallen. Yoshinobu Tokugawa, the last Shogun, has just been exiled to Mito. This historical political event was said to have started without bloodshed as the political leaders at that time agreed to a peaceful discussion (rather than war) to usher in the Meiji era. But as the movie's narrator explained, humans are not so innocent creatures as discontent and rebellion soon ignited all over Japan.

We have 3 life-long friends - Kiwamu (Yuya Yagira), the fiery and loyal samurai who clings to the glory of the Shogunate; Masanosuke (Koji Seto) the adopted son of the House of Kasai who was forced to leave his home as a result of the death of his adopted father and Teijiro (Amane Okayama), the scholar among the three, who pursues Goku for breaking off his marriage to his younger sister (Mugi Kadowaki). 

Set against the backdrop of an imaginary "industrial town" called Keikoh in Japan, Litchi Hikari Club tells the tale of 9 young boys who are obsessed with beauty and the search for the fountain of youth. Their other mission is to take over Keikoh and exact revenge on the adult population for being the source of decay, death, and ugliness. To gain eternal beauty, they created an iron-made "monster-hunter" named Litchi - programmed to search for beautiful young girls. Of all things, the robot runs by the lychee fruit, which symbolizes not only the club's carnal intentions but their desire for beauty and superiority.

Directed by Eisuke Naito, a filmmaker known for provoking and challenging his audience, Litchi is one of 2015's most anticipated Japanese movies. 

In Tokyo Refugees, Aoi Nakamura is no longer just a doe-eyed, cute boy who graces the covers of magazines and acts as eye candy in movies and TV shows. He is Shu Tokieda, a naive college boy who underwent a painful transformation to become a favorite male host who caters to older women. This career-defining role has finally proven that he can become a credible dramatic actor.

Nakamura won the Junon Super Boy Contest at the age of 14, making him the youngest recipient of this much-coveted competition for aspiring actors, models, and idol-wannabes. He wanted to become a soccer player, but winning the contest offered a new and equally exciting career. Before Tokyo Refugees, Nakamura appears to be just another aspiring actor who is usually outshined by his more talented co-stars. But there were flashes of brilliance - a few scene-stealing in My Back Page (as Kenichi Matsuyama's activist-sidekick), as Kakiten who adores Nino in The Lady Shogun and Her Men and as the young boy who was infatuated with Riisa Naka in Yuya Ishii's Mitsuko Delivers.