17 search results for Rashomon

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    'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' - 'Who Got Dee Pregnant?': A question of perspective

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Oct 29, 2010

    The McPoyles return for a wild Halloween spin on "Rashomon"
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    Recap: 'Dollhouse' - 'Spy in the House of Love'

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Apr 11, 2009

    We could tease you with 'Rashomon'-esque plot details, but instead we'll just say this: Eliza Dushku as a dominatrix
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    'Star Wars,' 'Psycho' make TCM's 15 Most Influential Films list

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Apr 13, 2009

    'Birth of a Nation,' 'Citizen Kane' and 'The Searchers also make the cut
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    Venice awards preview: What will win, and what should

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Sep 6, 2013

    Miyazaki or Tsai? Dench or Johansson? What to expect from tomorrow's prizes
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    Watch: Bill Hader on going dramatic with Kristen Wiig for 'The Skeleton Twins'

    Type: Article | Date: Monday, Jul 22, 2013

    Also: Former 'SNL' star effuses on 'Eleanor Rigby' co-stars Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy
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    On The Shelf (4.27.09) 'Star Trek' TV goes Blu, Criterion does hardcore, and Van Damme acts

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 29, 2009

    Plus a mountain of trash yields a fistful of gems and last year's best horror film comes home
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    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, May 30, 2013

    "Hannibal" renewed for Season 2, Robin Roberts: Daytime talk show host?, Oprah tells Harvard grads: "I have turned that network around", Animal rights activist Alec Baldwin explains why he's OK introducing bear hunting documentary
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    'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice' finalist Penn Jillette talks Trump, honesty

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, May 17, 2013

    The magician just might beat the 'pretend game about pretend business'
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    'Vertigo' dethrones 'Citizen Kane' in Sight & Sound's Greatest Films of All Time poll

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Aug 1, 2012

    For the first time in 50 years, the once-and-decade list has a new champion
  • AK 100: 25 Films by Akira Kurosawa

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    Includes:Sanshiro Sugata (1943) The Most Beautiful (1944) The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail (1945) Sanshiro Sugata 2 (1945) No Regrets for Our Youth (1946) One Wonderful Sunday (1947) Drunken Angel (1948) Stray Dog (1949) Scandal (1950) The Idiot (1951) Rashomon (1951) Ikiru (1952) Seven Samurai (1954) Record of a Living Being (1955) The Lower Depths (1957) Throne of Blood (1957) The Hidden Fortress (1958) The Bad Sleep Well (1960) Yojimbo (1961) High and Low (1962) Sanjuro (1962) Red Beard (1965) Dodes'ka-Den (1970) Kagemusha (1980), MPAA Rating: PG Madadayo (1993) Sanshiro Sugata This first effort by Japanese director Akira Kurosawa was originally released as Sanshiro Sugata . The film, made under reasonably smooth conditions despite the war, is based on a best-selling novel about the creation of Judo. Most of the film explores the relationship between the creator of this form of self-defense and his faithful protege. In addition to establishing the reputation of Kurosawa, the film made a popular star of Susumu Fujita. Sanshiro Sugata was remade by Shigeo Tanaka in 1955 and again by Seiichuro Uchikawa ten years later. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Most Beautiful Following up on his successful directorial debut, soon-to-be cinematic master Akira Kurosawa helms this war-era melodrama about female factory workers dutifully toiling for the greater good of the Imperial war effort. Under the watchful eye of their paternalistic factory manager (played by Kurosawa regular Takeshi Shimura), the young women workers fight through their own trials and tribulations to produce high-quality optical equipment factory under extremely spartan, almost militaristic conditions. One lass (Takako Irie) gets ill and is forced to convalesce over her own objections. Another insists on continuing with her work after falling and breaking her leg. Still another is desperately trying to hide her tuberculosis so she can stay on the assembly line. The shift leader (Yoko Yaguchi), whose mother is dying at home with no one to care for her, struggles to set a good example for her underlings and struggles to find a mislaid half-finished lens. ~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail Akira Kurosawa's Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail was put together at the last minute when Kurosawa's plan to direct a costume picture called Doko Kono Yari fell through (the producer couldn't get any horses!) Utilizing the costumes, sets and actors already commissioned, Kurosawa spent one long evening writing a screenplay based on the old Kabuki piece Kanjincho. The central character, a dimwitted porter who almost causes the film's plot to go awry, was played by Enoken, a stage actor and longtime personal favorite of Kurosawa's. Originally titled Tora no o o fumu Otokotachi, Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail was impressive enough for English-filmmaker Michael Powell to request permission to remake it on a larger scale (he never did). Completed in 1945, the film was not generally released until 1952. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Sanshiro Sugata 2 This 1945 Japanese film by renowned director Akira Kurosawa, is a sequel to its better known predecessor, Sanshiro Sugata (1943). Both concern the relationship between Shogoro Yano (Denjiro Okochi), the founder of the martial arts discipline of Judo, and Sanshiro Sugata (Susumu Fujita), one of his principal students. Like many such relationships, this one is shown to be a blend of the spiritual and the intimately personal. As the film was made during World War II, it not surprisingly contains vignettes in which Europeans are made to appear extraordinarily piggish and vulgar. This film was re-released in a slightly shorter, re-edited and subtitled version in 1981 and was first seen in the U.S. at the Film Forum in New York City in 1989. It is of interest both as a tightly-crafted martial arts master-and-student film, and as an early example of Kurosawa's mature style. ~ Clarke Fountain, A
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