Lolakitty, it is a great idea to try to find Japanese speakers so you can practice, and they can correct your pronounciation. That's the best way to learn - we practice on our friends all the time, and they in turn practice their English on us.
I can't think of any movies that we've seen lately, but I'll add them when I remember. I also thought Japanese sounded so lovely, even the train announcers sounded lovely.
I speak English, Spanish, French, Mandarin and Cantonese. Grew up speaking British English and pidgin Creole (Jamaican). Re-learning ASL so I can sign with Pamela, and learning Farsi. Know a lot of operatic Italian, although how useful is up for debate, LOL. I learned enough Japanese and German to get around in the cities I visited.
Languages are wonderful. Most of the people we know speak 3 or more languages fluently. In one city we visited, *everyone* spoke 5 or 6 different languages.