For Western audiences, Akira Kurosawa is probably the most accessible of Japanese filmmakers. Kurosawa hybridized traditional Japanese and Western story elements to create something unique. His camera work is influenced by John Ford’s Westerns. He was one of the earliest…

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John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), is both a great Western and a surprisingly rich political film. Liberty Valance has an interesting, complex story, but behind it is an examination of Justice and how it applies to…

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Last night a surprising thing happened. I saw God’s Not Dead 2 and ended up defending it to a friend. Today the surprises continue and I’m going to recommend that some of you should see it too. When the last…

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