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The Men Who Tread On Tiger's Tail (1945) ★★★

Set in medieval Japan in 1185, and adapted from traditional Japanese Noh/Kabuki theatre, ‘The Men Who Tread On The Tiger’s Tail’ is director Akira Kurosawa’s fourth film. 711 more words

Akira Kurosawa

2016 Blind Spots: Ikiru

Kanji Watanabe (Takashi Shimura) is a middle-aged man who has worked in the same monotonous bureaucratic position for thirty years. When he learns he has terminal cancer and has only months to live, he decides to try to find meaning in his life. 376 more words

Films In 2016

Great Advice From The Master

I like how practical he is about how it should always start from writing screenplays as making a film costs a lot of money and it is hard to get funding. 67 more words

Akira Kurosawa

Seven Samurai (1954): One of the most influential​ Japanese movies of all times!

What is it about?

Wherever there are hardworking people just trying to make their living, there are always some douchebags right beside them that want to take their hard-earned money. 458 more words

Must See

Kubo and the two strings (2016) - Review

For those of you who grew up watching Pingu and Chicken Run, Kubo and the two strings will bring back sweet memories. Kubo pushes the stop-motion category to a completely new level. 740 more words


XL Popcorn - Throne of Blood / Through the Olive Trees

So continueth the dictated film reviews! Damn this wrist!

List Item: Watch all of the “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die”
Title: Throne of Blood (Kumonosu-jô) 688 more words

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