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Daisuke Sakaguchi is a Actor Japonais born on 11 october 1973 at Kashiwazaki (Japon)

Daisuke Sakaguchi

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Nationality Japon
Birth 11 october 1973 (45 years) at Kashiwazaki (Japon)

Daisuke Sakaguchi (阪口 大助, Sakaguchi Daisuke, born October 11, 1973 in Kashiwazaki, Niigata) is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with Aoni Production. He is best known for his roles in Mobile Suit Victory Gundam as Üso Ewin, Gintama as Shinpachi Shimura, Clannad as Youhei Sunohara and Paprika as Kei Himuro.

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Filmography of Daisuke Sakaguchi (12 films)

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Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya, 1h50
Themes Time travel films
Actors Tomokazu Sugita, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Rie Kugimiya, Kazuya Nakai, Kenichi Suzumura, Susumu Chiba
Roles Shinpachi Shimura. Gintoki's apprentice of samurai who has grown into a skilled warrior in the future. Sakaguchi found it felt like the story fitted the series. Due to Shinpachi's portrayal as a stronger character, Sakaguchi commented it was difficult voi

While working in a cinema, Gintoki comes upon a "movie thief" (a figure in Japanese culture often depicted as a man with a video camera as a head, stand in as someone who illegally film in cinemas). After scolding the movie thief for his actions, he finds himself warped into another world via the camera lens. In this world, 5 years have passed, and not only has the land of Edo changed into an apocalyptic wasteland, but it is stated Gintoki has died. The movie thief, or Time Thief the time machine, explains mankind is close to extinction, and gives Gintoki an item to disguise himself. After the Time Thief is damaged by criminals, Gintoki encounters his freelancer comrades: Shinpachi Shimura, who has turned into a cool samurai with no trace of tsukkomi, and Kagura, who has changed into a beautiful woman with no Chinese speech pattern. The future's Gintoki is assumed to have died as a result of the "White Curse." Kagura and Shinpachi have been trying to deal with their leader's disappearance and Gintoki, disguised thanks to the Time Thief, tries to help them overcome their sadness.
Gintama: The Movie
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Action, Historical, Animation
Actors Tomokazu Sugita, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Kenichi Suzumura, Kōichi Yamadera, Rie Kugimiya, Akira Ishida
Roles Shimura Shinpachi
Rating74% 3.742873.742873.742873.742873.74287
During a night, the Joi terrorist Kotaro Katsura is attacked by an assassin swordsman. Katsura's comrade, Elizabeth, goes to the freelancer trio Yorozuya requesting them help in finding Katsura. While Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura go to search for Katsura, Gintoki Sakata receives a request to find the assassin by the swordsmith Murata Tetsuya to retrieve the mechanical sword Benizakura which has been taken by a serial murderer. Shinpachi and Elizabeth are ambushed by the assassin Nizo Okada who claims having killed Katsura. Gintoki comes to protect Shinpachi and Elizabeth but he is overwhelmed by Okada and his sword Benizakura. Before being killed, Gintoki works with Shinpachi to take one of Okada's arm and force him to escape.
Space Battleship Yamato Resurrection, 2h15
Genres Science fiction, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films set in the future
Actors Kōichi Yamadera, Kentaro Ito, Ayumi Fujimura, Ryōka Yuzuki, Daisuke Namikawa, Fūrin Cha
Roles Sho Tenma / So Tenma
Rating64% 3.239623.239623.239623.239623.23962
The film opens as the Earth Flagship "Blue Noah" leads the first Emigration Fleet to Amare. Suddenly, thousands of unidentified ships appear and open fire. The Earth fleet's (EDF) warships counterattack, but are quickly overwhelmed. Blue Noah is damaged critically. On one of the failing support ships, Captain Yuki Mori Kodai, wife of the protagonist Susumu Kodai, orders her ship to do an emergency warp, but for some reason, she vanishes mysteriously after the warp.
Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life, 1h34
Directed by Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Time travel films, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Rica Matsumoto, Megumi Toyoguchi, Yūji Ueda, Shin-ichiro Miki, Etsuko Kozakura, Megumi Hayashibara
Roles Usokkie (Sudowoodo in the English adaptation)
Rating64% 3.2140853.2140853.2140853.2140853.214085
Ash Ketchum, Dawn, Brock and their Pokémon arrive in Michina Town. As the group relaxes in a nearby river, some watermelons suddenly float towards them. While enjoying the watermelons with their Pokémon, a boy named Kato and his sister Kiko appear who justify that the watermelons were theirs and were kept to cool in the flow of the river. Kato and Kiko then challenge Ash for a tag battle in return of the watermelons. Ash and Dawn thus plan for a tag Pokémon battle against them using Ash's Pikachu and Dawn's Piplup against Kako's Heracross and Kiko's Beautifly. Ash and Dawn win the battle with good teamwork and also request Kato and Kiko to join for eating watermelons. After that, Kato and Kiko suggest Ash and the gang visit the local temple ruins. Whilst visiting a lake, a typhoon suddenly strikes up, but siblings named Sheena and Kevin summon Dialga who ends the typhoon. Giratina arrives, but Sheena uses her ability to communicate with a Pokémon's heart to quell their conflicts with each other, sending Giratina back to its dimension. Palkia then arrives to save Dialga from another typhoon, and Sheena, once again, uses her ability to sync with the two to thank them. Taking the kids to the temple, Sheena and Kevin explain that they investigate disruptions in time and space, and worry that Arceus, the creator of the dimensions, is to awaken, and that he is responsible for the encounters between Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina.
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai, 1h30
Directed by Tom Wayland, Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Sarah Natochenny, Emily Bauer, Bill Rogers, Rica Matsumoto, Ikue Ōtani, Megumi Toyoguchi
Roles Tonio (voice)
Rating65% 3.2510153.2510153.2510153.2510153.251015
In the prologue, a scientist named Tonio is reading a diary which belonged to a famous architect named Godey, his great-grandfather, indicating that two Pokémon between their dimension are fighting, and that the battle could lead to chaos. Those written future events are occurring at that same moment as Palkia, who can distort space and Dialga, who rules over time are brawling, which causes the hourglass in Tonio's lab to fall and shatter.
Clannad
Clannad (2007)
, 1h30
Directed by Osamu Dezaki
Genres Drama, Animation, Romance
Themes Films based on video games
Actors Kenji Nojima, Mai Nakahara, Ryō Hirohashi, Houko Kuwashima, Daisuke Sakaguchi
Roles Sunohara Youhei
Rating74% 3.7278453.7278453.7278453.7278453.727845
Tomoya Okazaki is a male third-year high school student who does not feel at home anymore. He used to play basketball, his distant father works the night shift, and his mother died in an accident when he was a child. He simply goes to school in Hikarizara for no reason and does not have any interest in school activities. One day, Tomoya meets a third-year girl from his school early in the year named Nagisa Furukawa. Nagisa is repeating her last year due to illness most of the previous year, and she does not know what to do. Tomoya suggests she finds something new to do at school, and she comes up with restarting the Drama Club. By the time the sakura trees are done blooming, Nagisa has already started hand-making posters advertising the drama club's reformation, with an old group mascot called "The Big Dango Family". Tomoya, and his good friend Youhei Sunohara who used to play soccer, help Nagisa with putting them up around the school, but the student council president, Tomoyo Sakagami, and Kyou Fujibayashi, quickly goes around; uses red paint to deface the posters and write 'invalid' on them because of school policy. This angers Youhei greatly and he beats up one of the student council members despite Tomoyo's and Kyou's warning; Tomoya also takes a stand for Nagisa.
Paprika
Paprika (2006)
, 1h30
Directed by Satoshi Kon
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Animation
Themes Films about films, Films about sexuality, Bisexuality-related films, LGBT-related films, Films based on science fiction novels, Children's films, LGBT-related film
Actors Megumi Hayashibara, Akio Ōtsuka, Tōru Furuya, Katsunosuke Hori, Tōru Emori, Daisuke Sakaguchi
Roles Himuro Kei
Rating77% 3.8504653.8504653.8504653.8504653.850465
In the near future, a revolutionary new psychotherapy treatment called dream therapy has been invented. A device called the "DC Mini" allows the user to view people's dreams. The head of the team working on this treatment, Doctor Atsuko Chiba, begins using the machine illegally to help psychiatric patients outside the research facility, using her alter-ego "Paprika", a sentient persona that she assumes in the dream world.
6 Angels
6 Angels (2006)
, 1h40
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Action
Actors Takeshi Watabe, Akira Ishida, Michiko Neya, Banjō Ginga, Akemi Okamura, Mayumi Asano
Roles Akira Canyon
Rating52% 2.626742.626742.626742.626742.62674
The movie is set in the near-future in a large underground prison at a former nuclear test site in Utah known as Neo Purgatory, where the characters of Maki (Fumiko Orikasa), Naomi (Michiko Neya), Doris (Akemi Okamura), Marilyn (Mayumi Asano), and Katherine (Yuri Shiratori) make up an all-female mercenary outfit called the "Guard of Rose" and acting as a guard patrol. The prisoners, many of whom are mutated by the ambient radiation, are left to their own devices, but a criminal known as Donn Canyon (Takeshi Watabe) and his family take control of the prison and declare war upon the world by gaining control of the American orbital nuclear missile platform and vowing the "purify the world with radiation" in a nuclear holocaust. After an abortive attempt by the United States and Soviet militaries to assault the prison, the Guard of Rose is tasked with infiltrating and defeating the Canyon family to preserve global peace.
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, 1h45
Directed by Kunihiko Yuyama
Genres Animation
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games, Children's films
Actors Sarah Natochenny, Michele Knotz, Rica Matsumoto, KAORI, Kayzie Rogers, Fushigi Yamada
Rating61% 3.0566953.0566953.0566953.0566953.056695
The film opens with Jack “Jackie” Walker, a Pokémon ranger undercover, infiltrating Phantom the Pirate’s ship and retrieving a special Pokémon egg to prevent Phantom’s selfish desires. Jackie manages to escape with the help of a Mantine, a water/flying type Pokémon. Sometime later Ash Ketchum along with his Pikachu, Brock, May, and her younger brother Max stumble upon the Marina Group, a traveling family circus consisted of water and psychic-type Pokémon. They meet Elizabeth, the star and daughter of Kyle and Meredith, performers and Kyle’s father Chip, the conductor. They kindly take in Ash and the others who are suffering from dehydration in the wasteland. After a performance at a nearby town, May discovers the same egg shown earlier in the film by the Marina Group’s pet Buizel, a water-type Pokémon. A clown apparently traveling with the group takes away the egg and hands it to Elizabeth. That night, May has a dream with her encountering a temple under the sea and a mysterious Pokémon. That morning she explains it to everyone and it turns out that Marina Group have all had that dream and tell the others about a group of people called the People of the Water, stating that they are in relation with them. Meanwhile, Team Rocket; Jessie, James and Meowth raid the Marina Group’s trailer for the egg and attempt to hand it over to Phantom. They fail when the Marina Group’s clown reveals himself as Jack Walker who captures a Fearow to retrieve it.
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
Directed by Mamoru Hosoda
Genres Comedy, Action, Animation
Actors Takeshi Aono, Akemi Okamura, Kappei Yamaguchi, Kazuya Nakai, Hiroaki Hirata, Mayumi Tanaka
Roles Rick
Rating71% 3.5900253.5900253.5900253.5900253.590025
L'équipage du chapeau de paille reçoit une étrange invitation, les conviant sur l'île de la fête (Omatsuri). Ils y font la connaissance du baron Omatsuri qui défie Luffy et ses amis à trois épreuves. Au cours des différents événements de plus en plus bizarres, l'équipage va se déchirer (Nami (la chatte voleuse) s’énerve contre Usopp (le sniper d'elite ) et Sanji (la jambe noire) s'énerve contre Zoro (le chasseur de pirate) ). Ce sera au capitaine, aidé de personnages qu'il aura rencontrés sur l'île, d'éviter à ses compagnons une mort certaine...
A Tree of Palme, 2h15
Directed by Takashi Nakamura
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Fantastic, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation, Romance
Themes Children's films
Actors Megumi Toyoguchi, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Akiko Hiramatsu, Kappei Yamaguchi, Motomu Kiyokawa, Yurika Hino
Roles Shatta
Rating65% 3.2943.2943.2943.2943.294
Rêves d'androïde est une réinterprétation du conte de Pinocchio. Le film raconte l'histoire d'une petite marionnette, Palme, que son créateur a chargé de prendre soin de son épouse souffrante, Xian. Après la mort de celle-ci, Palme reçoit la visite d'une femme mystérieuse qu'il confond avec Xian. En proie à la tristesse, Palme accepte à sa demande de livrer quelque chose de spécial en un lieu lointain dénommé Tama. Palme se trouve ainsi embarqué dans un voyage à la découverte de ses propres émotions, et de ce que recèle la nature humaine.