YMMV / Lost in Translation
Award Snub: For more than some, Bill Murray's loss for Best Actor to Sean Penn for was this, along the same lines as Mystic River Mickey Rourke's loss to Penn five years later.
Best Known for the Fanservice: Given how hard it can be to explain the movie’s plot, most people usually remember this movie because of how often Scarlett Johansson is seen in her panties.
Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Par for the course with a movie with little, if any, actual plot. So it either works for you or it doesn't.
Crowning Music of Awesome: " Alone In Kyoto" by Air is a wonderfully dreamlike electronic piece that plays during one of the scenes. It was beautifully placed.
As mentioned on the main page too, the splendidly melancholic, but hopeful, "Just Like Honey" by Jesus and the Mary Chain, as the closing song.
Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: Many, but particularly the conversation in bed ("You're not hopeless"), their reconciliation after the fire alarm, and the ending farewell, which also counts as a Tear Jerker.
The Woobie: Bob and Charlotte, two lonely souls drawn together in a land and in lives where they feel shut out.The film invites audiences to relate to them as such, as Ebert states that the film is "an excercise in empathy".