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Little does she know her family has tracked her down with a U-Haul trailer full of their own Thanksgiving dinner. Her mother intends to reunite their family. Just as the two families begin to get along—the brothers with video games, fathers with their newspapers, little kids with dolls, mothers with jokes—Vernell receives a phone text and slips away from the dual family portrait Faysal and Bettina are setting up.
Vernell reappears spouting apocalyptic scripture and waving a gun.
The two brothers flee and Bettina returns to the apartment, calms the families, and tells Faysal to wait at her house. On the train home, Bettina discovers blood beneath her jacket—she was shot in the scuffle before.
The boys flee again and Bettina enters to find Faysal dead. Now bleeding heavily, she embraces Faysal and dies.
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The families arrive clutching the brothers and are horrified to find their children dead. It begins with their meeting in the camera store, and the story ends with its own beginning, sparkling with hope and love. Through these images, we gain intimacy and empathy, but also lose peripheral perspective. This double-edged sword of intimacy and tunnel vision explores the abilities and limitations of cinematic representation, human cognition, and the need for love and sympathy in the face of strict moral codes.
Spirit of the Past Director: Keiichi Sugiyama What Origins: Spirit of the Past lacks in the way of a compelling story, it makes up for it in the way of gorgeous backgrounds, sweeping action sequences, and likable characters with simple, identifiable arcs. Spirit of the Past is an entertaining pulpy sci-fi journey flick that makes for an entertaining watch despite its shortcomings.
The Cat Returns Director: When Haru Yoshioka, a shy and absent-minded schoolgirl, rescues a mysterious cat while on her way home from school, she realizes she possesses the latent ability to talk to cats.
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Mizuho Nishikubo One of the most appreciable qualities of Japanese animation is the readiness in which they are willing to relate and contextualize their history as a country and as a people through a medium which is too often looked down upon as inherently trite and childish.
An excellent film about history, family, language, and hope. Sweat Punch Director: Comprising five animated shorts originally released as a part of Grasshoppa! DVD magazine issues, they were then collected into one release titled Deep Imagination.
Deep, indeed, would be one way to describe these shorts, which range across the map both in style and subject matter. It only gets weirder from there. Most of these shorts break not only from traditional narrative, but also from traditional anime art style and animation techniques.
These are animation in its purest form, the directors and animators involved clearly just enjoying the riot of color and movement they present to the viewer. Set in the yearCowboy Bebop was many things: Genius Party Director: Released inthe film serves the purpose of what any good anthology should—putting supremely talented animators on a project and allowing them to throw whatever they want at the wall. All in all, Genius Party is a stunning collection of shorts produced by one of the most eclectic production studios operating today and should not be missed.
When a young man named Hal is killed in a tragic airplane explosion, his girlfriend Kurumi is heartbroken and retreats into a deep solitary depression.
The two grow closer and gradually begin to learn for themselves what love means to both humans and machines. HAL is anything but a perfect movie.
Its characters can come across as thin, its initial story beats as saccharine, and its background story of a world populated by sentient robots feels critically underdeveloped.
Summer Wars Director: However, when a film is this well-animated and put together, the accusation of unoriginality can be forgiven.
A Wind Named Amnesia Director: Kazuo Yamazaki On the eve of the 21st century, the collective memory of every living being on Earth was wiped by an inexplicable mass phenomenon, decimating civilization and reducing the human race to roving tribes of scavengers devoid of language, reason or technology. Wataru, a survivor of this worldwide amnesia meets Sophia, a mysterious young woman seemingly unaffected by this worldwide epidemic.
Word to the wise: Instead, Miyazaki eschews anthropomorphic crabs and garish musical numbers in favor of honing in on the love story between a young boy and a girl-fish who yearns to be human. The Garden of Words Director: This comparison however, much like in the case of Hosoda, ends up being frustratingly reductionist in its appraisal of both directors.
Such is the case with The Garden of Words, the story of Takao, an aspiring year-old shoemaker, and his chance acquaintance and budding romance with Yukari, a mysterious older woman whom he meets one rainy summer afternoon. As the years proceed and their friendship deepens, Hotaru and Gin begin to develop feelings for one another. A short and impactful film whose beauty and tenderness merits the best of comparisons to the likes of Miyazaki and Shinkai while remaining something wholly its own.
Sword of the Stranger Director: Fist of the North Star Director: The film and preceding television series, both directed by anime luminary Toyoo Ashida, follow the exploits of Kenshiro, a superpowered martial artist who wanders the wastes of a post-apocalyptic future brought on by a nuclear apocalypse as he aids the helpless by vanquishing the wicked on a personal quest for revenge and retribution.
Produced inFist of The North Star earns the dubious honor of being so extreme that the original Japanese release had to be heavily censored with strategic cuts and psychedelic distortion effects. Its age most definitely shows through the somewhat dated crudeness of its animation and its paper-thin plot, but what one can confidently praise Fist of the North Star the most for is its comically unrelenting self-awareness and sincerity in knowing exactly what it is and sticking to it.
An unabashedly fun action movie that touts the over-the-top machismo of Schwarzenegger and Van Damme in their prime. Wicked City Director: Placed in the body of middle-schooler Makoto Kobayashi, the soul is granted six months to solve the mystery of its own death and in doing so rediscover the intrinsic value of life itself.
Colorful, in spite of its name, is a movie that tackles weighty topics such as the societal pressure to succeed and conform, adultery, depression and suicide, albeit with an ultimately a life-affirming tone. Taut with emotional tension and existential nuance, Colorful is a film that rewards on a visual and emotional level.
The film ponders the question of whether anything exists at all, on whether ideas of the past that haunt the collective consciousness of humanity can reify themselves in the present tense, of whether belief in the perception of anything is worthwhile or reliable. These are themes that Oshii would go on to further explore, particularly through his work on Ghost in the Shell, but nowhere near on this level of abstraction. A Letter to Momo Director: After the tragic passing of her father, year-old Momo Miyaura and her mother Ikuko move from Tokyo to the family home on Seto Island to start over.
While adjusting to her new life, Momo discovers an unfinished letter addressed to her by her late father, along with a mischievous trio of Yokai spirits who follow her around constantly. Tokyo Fish Attack Director: Takayuki Hirao Junji Ito is one of the most celebrated names in contemporary Japanese horror fiction, easily warranting mention along the likes of Shintaro Kago and Kazuo Umezu.
Gyo, arguably his most famous work, revolves around a young couple who are assaulted by a horde of homicidal fish monsters with mechanical spider legs. After leaving Studio Pierott and striking out on his own as a freelancer on a few projects, Oshii would join the independent creative collective Headgear and become a major influence in shaping the aesthetic of their first project, Mobile Police Patlabor. The Tale of Princess Kaguya Director: For Princess Kaguya, Takahata would again return to reiterate and arguably refine this technique, imbuing every frame and scene with the sort of scrupulous attention one would expect from a master calligrapher or Ukiyo-e artist.
The End of Evangelion Director: In response, Anno set to work on an alternative ending to the series to be produced in two parts and aired in theaters. If you were looking for a spiritually affirming and uplifting conclusion, End of Evangelion is not that movie. Instead, what fans were treated to was perhaps one of the most nihilistic, avant-garde and devastating endings to an anime series ever conceived.
In short, it is the best and worst of everything that is Evangelion combined to create a film that is unlike anything that had come before it. This much is certain, that despite its unrelenting darkness, End of Evangelion remains true to the ethos of its subtitle—that the joy of death is in the act of rebirth. As clandestine paramilitaries and a rogue U. In 10 minutes of television, she projected a set of complicated, even conflicting images—forthright but defensive, feisty but dutiful—triggering the mix of skeptical, antagonistic feelings that have defined her with a share of the American public ever since.
In retrospect, though, there was one chance to help her make a first impression, they said. And they blew it. Because of the dire circumstances under which she was forced to enter the national glare, the enduring paradox of Hillary Clinton was cemented before the Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins had flown home.
The appearance on 60 Minutes amounted to a mandate to come off strong enough to help him but not so strong as to hurt him, an almost impossible balancing act. Even as she was putting up an effective unified front, she was presenting to an estimated 50 million viewers a tangle of contradictions.
She wanted to show her independence—a quality that ended up alienating a whole set of traditionalist voters—but she was standing by her man—a decision that still today alienates younger people who see it as a kind of surrender.
Hillary and Bill Clinton on 60 Minutes in A whip-smart, aggressive, Yale-prepared attorney, she had left behind opportunities in East Coast power cities and moved to rural, out-of-the-way Arkansas to marry one of the most promising political talents of her generation.
She took off her glasses and put in contact lenses.
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She changed her hair. She changed her clothes. She changed her name. For her own career, she wanted to be Hillary Rodham. It was a huge sacrifice. The fall before the 60 Minutes interview, in a trip to Chicago shortly after her husband had announced his presidential candidacy, she spent a night with Piercy, another college friend.Sommeren 92 - Trailer
It took a vulnerable incumbent in George H. It took, in the end, a win in November that made him the 42nd president of the United States. She was going to fight. She was fighting for her husband, for herself, for their political careers.