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Movie Info & Cast


Kenji is a teenage math prodigy recruited by his secret crush Natsuki for the ultimate summer job - passing himself off as Natsuki's boyfriend for four days during her grandmother's 90th birthday celebration. But when Kenji solves a 2,056 digit math riddle sent to his cell phone, he unwittingly breaches the security barricade protecting Oz, a globe-spanning virtual world where millions of people and governments interact through their avatars, handling everything from online shopping and traffic control to national defense and nuclear launch codes. Now a malicious AI program called the Love Machine is hijacking Oz accounts, growing exponentially more powerful and sowing chaos and destruction in its wake.


  • Ryûnosuke Kamiki
  • Nanami Sakuraba
  • Mitsuki Tanimura
  • Takahiro Yokokawa
  • Mieko Nobusawa
  • Mutsumi Sasaki
  • Takashi Kobayashi
  • Yôji Tanaka
  • Kiyomi Tanigawa
  • Hashiya Nakamura

Did You Know?


  • Warner Brothers originally considered localizing the film themselves before licensing it off to FUNimation Entertainment.
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    • Takashi Sakuma: Please tell me you didn't break the internet.
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Jan 20, 2011

An enjoyably trippy Japanese animated feature.

Metacritic review by Steven Rea
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer
Jan 4, 2011

Running almost two hours, its increasingly convoluted narrative may be too difficult to follow for younger viewers. But its thematic ambition and dazzling visual style ultimately make it one of the more rewarding anime efforts to reach these shores.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Dec 30, 2010

It's the kind of fun and quirky film that you don't see very often in art houses this time of year.

Metacritic review by Peter Hartlaub
Peter Hartlaub
San Francisco Chronicle