Tagged: Akira Kurosawa
Two movies about corruption and family. Could one have influenced the other?
A great movie prop can symbolize a character, an idea, or our relationship with a movie. Read about our bloggers’ 5 favorite props, and share your own.
Sixty years ago, the cinematic landscape was quite different. Let’s take a look at the best that 1955 had to offer in film.
Our bloggers have been asked to choose four directors to represent the very best in film. Who would you choose to carve on a “Directors’ Mount Rushmore”?
Fifty years ago it was 1965; let’s hop in our time travel vehicle and see what Flickchart users rank the highest from that year.
Take a trip back with us thirty years to discover what films have stood the test of time from 1985.
Kurosawa’s full-color epics battle for supremacy. Who will be the last samurai standing?
Samurai movies are made for watching with your Dad. 1961’s Yojimbo is one of director Akira Kurosawa’s best. It’s cool, it’s pulpy, it’s intense. Watch it with your Dad.
Matchup of the Day The revered Japanese director Akira Kurosawa came into the world on this date, so here we go with: Ran vs. SUPER