Kurosawa has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Kurosawa was highly popular in October, 2016.
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[...] to show me that it was possible to be a film director and look the way we do. I also love Kurosawa, The Coen Brothers, Sergio Leone. Another favorite is Raj Kapoor. He was an auteur back in [...]
[...] Wild West, no longer locked into the hierarchical promotion system that brought up Ozu and Kurosawa. Suzuki rose up through the reshuffling almost by accident, but once he became a director, he [...]
[...] some of their trademark films during this decade. Takeshi Kitano, Takashi Miike, and Kiyoshi Kurosawa, who had started their careers in cinema in the previous decade, became international sensations. [...]
[...] end the reign of terror in futility. Crucially: Joon-Ho’s adept use of ensemble framing echoes Kurosawa and allows us as an audience to measure this interplay of mental stress between the working [...]
[...] in Silence Another complain about the film is its slow pacing. I bet the same people would find Kurosawa's Dersu Uzala slow paced. The beauty of Silenceis that the plot development never really halts; [...]
[...] of Japanese Films during the U.S. Occupation of Japan: The Cases of Yasujiro Ozu and Akira Kurosawa (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2009), a study of the impact of censorship on the films of two of Japan’ [...]
[...] of his daughter Cordelia’s hanging corpse. The effect is as shattering as the final scene in Kurosawa’s Ran wherein a blind boy, anticipating her sister’s return, all but falls off the edge of a [...]
[...] same name, I like to think of it as a direct reimagining of its original incarnation of Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai from 1954. It bears noting that Kurosawa is, to this day, still Stephen [...]