“A human life is so frail, as fleeting as the morning dew.” – the Priest, Rashomon “What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.” – James 4:14 It was fortunate…

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We’ve passed the official start of summer and the longest day of the year. Enjoy these long days by being outside and then staying up late watching a movie on your computer or TV, recommended by our wonderful contributors. Enjoy…

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Seven Samurai, directed and co-written by Akira Kurosawa, is a masterwork of filmmaking. Set in late-16th century feudal Japan, the backdrop for the story is one of upheaval and unrest. A poor farming village is under continual threat from pillaging…

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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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It’s finally here! After spending the month of September looking at some of the best movies in different categories from 1985, we’ve reached the final countdown. Once you’re done singing along with Europe, make sure to check out the previous lists…

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Some of the most anticipated movies of the year usually come from the directors that have made enduring classics, cult classics, or a movie that spoke to you personally. In 1985, we didn’t have a lot of the directors whose…

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