Tag Archives: Takeshi Kitano

GHOST IN THE SHELL

What stories will this generation tell the ones to come? If the latest output from Hollywood is any indication, they will tell and re-tell the stories of previous generations with slight variations that aren’t adapted but simply repackaged. Hell, if … Continue reading

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Born On This Day – January 18, 1947

“I wanted to make a movie that can’t be pigeonholed. I want audiences to come out of this film not knowing what to say or what to think.” “One thing I hate in movies is when the camera starts circling … Continue reading

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Movie Beat – 01.03.14

The Best Offer – It takes more than the ability to hold a brush to be an artist, it takes a mystery inside. Virgil (Geoffrey Rush) is a man searching for a mystery in his own life. He is a … Continue reading

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In Their Words – Saturday, February 16, 2013

“I hate seeing people getting hurt or hurting other people. I hate seeing blood. I am very intolerant of physical pain. I find violence horrifying, so much so that I can’t help being intrigued by it. I think I am … Continue reading

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In Their Words – Friday, January 18, 2013

“When I write a script, I have the entire film in my head, so when we start shooting, I just do it. I’m more interested in the editing process, so I tend to shoot in a hurry. Maybe you don’t … Continue reading

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