Satoshi Kon

Satoshi Kon has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Satoshi Kon was highly popular in January this year. We haven’t detected any remarkable popularity fluctuations throughout the channels over the last 6 months.

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[...] Oshii) - The Sandman: A Game of You (Neil Gaiman) - Tokyo Godfathers (film directed by Satoshi Kon) - The Dragon Keeper (Robin Hobb) 7.5/10 - The Golden City (John Twelve Hawks) 7.25/10 - [...]

fantasyhotlist.blogspot.com

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7 Reasons Why “Network” Is Still Relevant After 40 Years

[...] around us becomes just a little different than from what we used to. Like the chief in Satoshi Kon’s excellent anime show “Paranoia Agent” (one of the finest indictments of escapism you [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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Anime Maru’s Top 10 Anime of 2016

[...] perfect direction. #1. The Other 2016: But of course, who could possibly take the top spot but Satoshi Kon himself? In this frightening film, Kon imagines a dark alternate timeline in which the Twin [...]

Anime Maru
#394

animemaru.com

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The 10 Most Philosophical Animated Movies of All Time

[...] social commentary that lovingly pays tribute to the film-noir genre. 6. Paprika (2006, Satoshi Kon) The final film of the late Satoshi Kon takes place in the near-future where the DC mini, a [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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The 15 Best Movies About Redemption

[...] and Christopher Walken, make the film a classic in its own right. 10. Tokyo Godfathers (Satoshi Kon and Shogo Furuya, 2003) Tokyo Godfathers’ plot revolves around the attempts of three [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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June 2016 PlayStation Plus Free Games in North America Include NBA 2K16, Gone Home

[...] more than that, and it'd be great to see a new generation of people exploring the late Satoshi Kon's masterpiece. Shirokuma Cafe Gamers have cooked with mama and dashed at diners, but I [...]

playstationlifestyle.net

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Thursday, March 17

Thursday, March 17

[...] of 1997 animé masterpiece Perfect Blue, the debut feature by the late filmmaker Satoshi Kon — the namesake of the film fest’s annual achievement award. Watch the trailer here. [...]

Cult MTL
#152

cultmontreal.com

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Japanese fans react to the idea that Pokémon Mewtwo is a Christian role model

[...] to rethink their treatment of their fellow human beings. One fan mentioned that late director Satoshi Kon’s Tokyo Godfathers, which follows three homeless people looking after an abandoned baby on [...]

en.rocketnews24.com

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Christmas Cracker #2: TOKYO GODFATHERS

[...] for the anime fans among our readership with a look at Stoshi Kon’s TOKYO GODFATHERS. Satoshi Kon isn’t a name that many people are familiar with outside of Japan and North American anime [...]

screenrelish.com

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Otaku Discharge: You know you’ve watched too many animes when…

[...] favorite director is Hayao Miyazaki, David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick, Alejandro Jodorowsky, or Satoshi Kon. …when you only eat japanese food in a japanese restaurant, where you practice your japanese [...]

Anime Maru
#394

animemaru.com

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10 Films You Will Love If You Liked ‘Amelie’

[...] a better time portraying women and, though Japanese Anime can be as misogynistic as Hollywood, Satoshi Kon managed to create a quartet of stunningly inventive and original films with flawed, human [...]

tasteofcinema.com

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