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  • Suburgatory-apocalypse-meow_home_top_story

    Season finale review: 'Suburgatory' - 'Apocalypse Meow/Stray Dog'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013

    Tessa reacts poorly to news of Dallas and George's plan to move in together
  • Zack_snyder_seven_samurai_star_wars_home_top_story

    Zack Snyder developing stand-alone 'Star Wars' film inspired by 'Seven Samurai'?

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jan 14, 2013

    Kurosawa and 'Star Wars' have always gone hand-in-hand
  • Birdman_home_top_story

    'Birdman,' 'Boyhood,' 'Selma' lead the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards Nominations

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014

    Expected contender 'Imitation Game' surprises with a shut out
  • Star_wars_gallery_-_admiral_ackbar_home_top_story

    We pick ten 'Star Wars' characters we'd love to see get their own movies

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Nov 10, 2012

    From Boba Fett to Yoda, we imagine various futures for the franchise
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Season 2 (4 Discs) - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009

    Includes:Fullmetal Alchemist: 51: Laws and Promises (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 34: Theory of Aorice (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 35: Reunion of the Fallen (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 33: Al, Captured (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 32: Dante of the Deep Forest (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 36: The Sinner Within (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 38: With the River's Flow (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 47: Sealing the Homunculus (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 46: Human Transmutation (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 45: A Rotted Heart (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 44: Hohenheim of Light (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 43: The Stray Dog (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 42: His Name is Unknown (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 41: Holy Mother (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 40: The Scar (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 39: Secret of Ishbal (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 30: Assault on South Headquarters (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 29: The Untainted Child (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 28: All Is One, One Is All (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 27: Teacher (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 26: Her Reason (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 25: Words of Farewell (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 50: Death (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 49: The Other Side of the Gate (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 48: Goodbye (2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 37: The Flame Alchemist, The Bachelor Lieutenant, and the Mystery of Warehouse 1(2003) Fullmetal Alchemist: 51: Laws and Promises Reeling from his arrival in the parallel universe of Munich in 1921, Edward comes to terms with the shocking truth that his father revealed to him about alchemy. Prepared for virtually any sacrifice, Edward and Alphonse both gear up for the ultimate climax in their long journey, and the ultimate test of Equivalent Exchange. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 34: Theory of Aorice No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 35: Reunion of the Fallen No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 33: Al, Captured No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 32: Dante of the Deep Forest No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 36: The Sinner Within No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 38: With the River's Flow No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 47: Sealing the Homunculus The time for ultimate confrontation has come, and Sloth, Edward, Lust, and Wrath all show up at the station where Alphonse agreed to meet Tucker, their battle now inevitable. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 46: Human Transmutation Desperate and possibly unhinged, Tucker offers Alphonse a trade, saying he will hand over the Philosopher's Stone if Alphonse will in turn use it to bring back Tucker's daughter Nina. Meanwhile, Lust has a trade of her own in mind, telling Edward she will help him if he can make her human. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 45: A Rotted Heart Hohenheim has a showdown with the leader of the Homunculi, causing a shocking revelation about a history that they both have in common. Meanwhile, Mustang doubts the Fuhrer's commitment and puts him to the test. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 44: Hohenheim of Light Lyra and Rose uncover a strange and surprising secret, while Hohenheim finally meets with the leader of the Homunculi and the brothers learn about the Hughes. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 43: The Stray Dog Winry encounters a stranger in Risembool who Pinoko reveals is in fact Edward and Alphonse's father, Hohenheim of Light. Meanwhile, back in Lior, the brothers make a break for it and head for Risembool. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 42: His Name is Unknown After Kimblee's attack, Alphonse's armor is sabotaged to slowly become an unstable element that will soon explode. With Ed busy helping the citizens of Lior to escape, he must turn to Scar for help. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 41: Holy Mother The Holy Mother Rose collaborates with Scar to draw the military into Lior - but instructs the citizens not to provoke them into an attack. Kimblee uses Tucker's chimeras to draw out a fight and things erupt with Scar. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 40: The Scar No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 39: Secret of Ishbal No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 30: Assault on South Headquarters No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 29: The Untainted Child No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 28: All Is One, One Is All No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 27: Teacher No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 26: Her Reason No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 25: Words of Farewell No synopsis available. Fullmetal Alchemist: 50: Death A final battle ensues between Mustang and Pride to determine how history will unfold for the citizens of the state. Meanwhile, Edward finally passes through the gate and what awaits him is something beyond what any could have imagined. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 49: The Other Side of the Gate Envy brings Alphonse to the master of the Homunculi, who turns out to be in a secret underground city beneath Central. Luckily, Edward uses Nash Tringum's diary to find the location, where an epic battle ensues. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 48: Goodbye Colonel Armstrong announces that he has no choice but to declare mutiny against the Fuhrer. Meanwhile, Envy puts on the guise of Winry to capture Alphonse, but it looks like the threat of capture by the Fuhrer is now the most dangerous threat. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide Fullmetal Alchemist: 37: The Flame Alchemist, The Bachelor Lieutenant, and the Mystery of Warehouse 1 No synopsis available.
  • 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
  • Keira-knightley-and-steve-carell-in-seeking-a-friend-for-the-end-of-the-world_home_top_story

    'Seeking a Friend for the End of the World' review: Apocalypse blah

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Jun 21, 2012

    Steve Carell and Keira Knightley are mismatched lovers in cliched indie rom-com
  • Boardwalk-empire-gimcrack-bunkum-review_home_top_story

    'Boardwalk Empire' - 'Gimcrack & Bunkum': A walk in the woods

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Oct 23, 2011

    Richard Harrow gets a rare spotlight in the season's strongest episode to date
  • Antm14_alexandra_652_home_top_story

    Recap: 'America's Next Top Model' - 'Dreckitude!'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Mar 17, 2010

    In another 90-minute episode, the models get naked and two are sent home
  • Stephen-tobolowsky-files-glee_home_top_story

    Interview: Stephen Tobolowsky on The Tobolowsky Files

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jul 5, 2010

    The character actor and 'Glee' semi-regular wows by playing himself in a podcast.
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