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Kine-san no 1-ri de Cinema


Alt Names: alt I love cinema, I am lonely.alt Kine-san no Hitori de Cinemaalt 木根さんの1人でキネマ
Author: Asai
Artist: Asai
Genres: Comedy ComedySeinen SeinenSlice of Life Slice of Life
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Kine Machiko is a thirty-something office worker, who loves nothing more than watching movies and writing her review blog. She hides her passion for movies from her co-workers due to unpleasant past experiences, but she still wants friends with whom she can share her love of movies. What will be the next movie she watches? What dark, geeky secret will haunt her next? Will she ever make any movie friends?

Latest Chapter: http://www.younganimal-densi.com/ttop?id=41
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.1 Ch.3: Indiana Jones
Ronin dood A week ago
Vol.1 Ch.2: Bad Boys II
Ronin dood A week ago
Vol.1 Ch.1: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Ronin dood A week ago
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38 Comments

Just donated for this! Please continue translating it!

Wait? There was hidden message in Bad Boys II? Is she saying Michael Bay is more than a brainless movie director who makes movies with actions, boobs and explosions?!

 

Kine went through a Typhoon to watch the Phantom Menace? That Mad woman!

 

Also, i now ship Kine with her coworker. May they may be more than just movie buffs friends!

this is good

Inspirational!

Oh nice, I saw the series on Bookwalker when browsing but nobody was translating it. Thanks for the chapters.

whatcha gonna do

damn

michael bay hardcore fans

now i want to know her honest opinion on transformer 3 and 4

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I have found a new manga to follow.

Followed. Waiting for her to review Mad Max.

I would read.

And laugh.

And read again!

So many movie references. I'm in looooove
Just love this, can really feel the author'a love for movies oozing out of the pages. Also in chapter 3 I like to imagine after that inspiring talk about Indiana Jones, they went to see the Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull in theatres.

wait till we get to Kelly's Heroes

Followed. Waiting for her to review Mad Max.

This is highly amusing. I'm really enjoying this.

Finding kids born in mid 90s-2000s invading and social media been invented

Spoiler

That cheating bastard.  I'm glad I pick up this series. It is funny reading it. Also I wouldn't mind seeing the neighbor more. Him showing up more could be funny in so many ways.

That moment when she went outdoors. 0.0

Movie review manga, new one I guess.

Now that's relatable. Seriously, my reactions when I first saw Terminator were pretty similiar. I wasn't going to read this manga at first, but the protagonist is too great to drop it.

 

PS obviously the first one is the best. duh.

Yeah...

because they all stay inside and watch movies!

I suppose stalking around various apartment complexes waiting for sounds of furious blogging about movies isn't the right way to meet them then?

 

Damn!

I can relate to this. I remember watching movies that I probably shouldn't have when I was way too young and being terrified and then fascinated by them. Mine was John Carpenter's The Thing movie.

heh heh..... same. While I never fell in love with movies as much as our protagonist or some other people/relatives I know, I do have a childhood memory of a moment just like this when I stayed up to watch Lethal Weapon 4 when I was 8. The funny part was how it happened:

 

8-year old me: Mom, Dad, I wanna stay up to watch Lethal Weapon 4. It'll run till like 1 in the morning but it's the weekend. I'll close up and go to bed. 

 

Parents: 

 

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I can relate to this. I remember watching movies that I probably shouldn't have when I was way too young and being terrified and then fascinated by them. Mine was John Carpenter's The Thing movie.

Mine was "Mac and me"... Goddammit, those butt-ugly consumerist aliens...

Just how can she like Terminator 3?!?! The second one is the best one. P.S. But I agree that the fourth is just garbage

I never understood why scanlators bother with translating SFX at all. What is happening is obvious from the panels alone - manga being as horribly overexpressive as it is - so the SFX always end up entirely superfluous. It's like those extremely shitty Japanese TV shows where you have a screen showing what's happening, a guy narrating what's happening, and colorful text on the screen describing what's happening. It's so much extra work for something no one really needs.

(The one exception to this is of course porn, where all the little SFXs play a critical role)


It's more just completeness and perfectionism, but JP sfx are very different from English sfx.

But in this manga...The sheer volume of sfx, plus the mangaka's art style filling up all the available space, makes it fairly impossible to do without basically redrawing every page. So this way gets the job done, preserves the art style, maintains a reasonable release schedule, and keeps the redrawers and typesetters from going completely homicidal.

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