People today have forgotten they’re really just a part of nature. Yet, they destroy the nature on which our lives depend. They always think they can make something better. 94 more words
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By Justin Rev Ino Tamang
Yet another remake hits the big screen with The Magnificent Seven. This film starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, and other notable Hollywood personalities is a retelling of a circa 1960 flick of the same title. 409 more words
I don’t call many filmmakers a master, but Kurosawa is one of them. His films were not mere cinema, rather they were works of art. Every frame was painted perfectly with rich details, multiple meanings, exquisite lighting, every character portrayed with care and continuity, scripts that were looked over with a fine tooth comb and perfect camera movement. 148 more words
A free-spirited artist and a famous singer are photographed together by the paparazzi who fabricate a scandalous affair to sell their paper.
Another of Akira Kurosawa’s early projects, Scandal features a typical morality message which is this time aimed at the media. 122 more words