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The Men Who Tread On The Tiger’s Tail 1945 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

The Men Who Tread On The Tiger’s Tail 1945 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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The Men Who Tread on the Tiger’s TailĀ (č™Žć®å°¾ć‚’čøć‚€ē”·é”,Ā Tora no O o Fumu Otokotachi, alternativelyĀ They Who Step on the Tiger’s Tail)Ā is a 1945 JapaneseĀ periodĀ drama film, written and directed byĀ Akira Kurosawa. It is based on theĀ kabukiĀ playĀ Kanjinchō, which is in turn based on theĀ NohĀ playĀ Ataka.

The film was initially banned by the occupyingĀ Supreme Commander of the Allied PowersĀ (SCAP) due to its portrayal of feudal values. It was later released after the signing of theĀ Treaty of San FranciscoĀ in 1952.

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The Matrix 1999 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

The Matrix 1999 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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The MatrixĀ is a 1999Ā science fictionĀ action film[5][6]Ā written and directed byĀ the Wachowskis.[a]Ā It is the first installment inĀ The MatrixĀ film series. StarringĀ Keanu Reeves,Ā Laurence Fishburne,Ā Carrie-Anne Moss,Ā Hugo Weaving, andĀ Joe Pantoliano. It depicts aĀ dystopianĀ future in which humanity is unknowingly trapped inside aĀ simulated reality, the Matrix, which intelligent machines have created to distract humans while using their bodies as an energy source.[7]Ā When computer programmer Thomas Anderson, under theĀ hackerĀ alias “Neo“, uncovers the truth, he “is drawn into a rebellion against the machines”[7]Ā along with other people who have been freed from the Matrix.

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The Hidden Fortress 1958 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

The Hidden Fortress 1958 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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The Hidden FortressĀ (隠恗ē ¦ć®äø‰ę‚Ŗäŗŗ,Ā Kakushi toride no san akunin,Ā lit.ā€‰’The Three Villains of the Hidden Fortress’)Ā is a 1958Ā jidaigeki[3]Ā adventure filmĀ directed byĀ Akira Kurosawa. It tells the story of two peasants who agree to escort a man and a woman across enemy lines in return for gold without knowing that he is a general and the woman is a princess. The film starsĀ Toshiro MifuneĀ as General Makabe Rokurōta andĀ Misa UeharaĀ as Princess Yuki while the role of the peasants, Tahei and Matashichi, are portrayed byĀ Minoru ChiakiĀ andĀ Kamatari FujiwaraĀ respectively.

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Soul 2020 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Soul 2020 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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SoulĀ is a 2020 AmericanĀ computer-animated filmĀ produced byĀ Pixar Animation StudiosĀ and released byĀ Walt Disney Pictures. Directed byĀ Pete DocterĀ and co-directed byĀ Kemp Powers, the film stars the voices ofĀ Jamie Foxx,Ā Tina Fey,Ā Graham Norton,Ā Rachel House,Ā Alice Braga,Ā Richard Ayoade,Ā Phylicia Rashad,Ā Donnell Rawlings,Ā Questlove, andĀ Angela Bassett. The story follows a middle school music teacher named Joe Gardner (Foxx), who seeks to reunite hisĀ soulĀ and his body after they are accidentally separated, just before his big break as a jazz musician.

Docter conceivedĀ SoulĀ in January 2016, working from his contemplations on the origins ofĀ human personalitiesĀ and the concept ofĀ determinism. He co-wrote the screenplay withĀ Mike JonesĀ and Powers. The film’s producers consulted various jazz musicians includingĀ Herbie HancockĀ andĀ Terri Lyne Carrington, and animated its musical sequences using the sessions of musicianĀ Jon BatisteĀ as reference. Apart from Batiste’s original jazz compositions, musiciansĀ Trent ReznorĀ andĀ Atticus RossĀ also composedĀ the film’s score.

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Seven Samurai 1954 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Seven Samurai 1954 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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Seven SamuraiĀ (Japanese:Ā äøƒäŗŗć®ä¾,Ā Hepburn:Ā Shichinin no Samurai)Ā is a 1954 JapaneseĀ epicĀ samuraiĀ drama filmĀ co-written, edited, and directed byĀ Akira Kurosawa. The story takes place in 1586[3]Ā during theĀ Sengoku periodĀ ofĀ Japanese history. It follows the story of a village of desperate farmers who hire sevenĀ rōninĀ (masterlessĀ samurai) to combat bandits who will return after the harvest to steal their crops.

At the time, the film was the most expensive film made in Japan.[4]Ā It took a year to shoot and faced many difficulties.[4]Ā It was the second-highest grossing domestic film in Japan in 1954.[4]Ā Many reviews compared the film toĀ westerns.[4]

Since its release,Ā Seven SamuraiĀ has consistently ranked highly in critics’ lists of theĀ greatest films, such as the BFI’sĀ Sight & SoundĀ andĀ Rotten TomatoesĀ polls.[5][6][7][8]Ā It was also voted the greatest foreign-language film inĀ BBC‘s 2018 international critics’ poll.[9]Ā It has remained highly influential, often seen as one of the most “remade, reworked, referenced” films in cinema.[10]

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Samurai Rebellion 1967 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Samurai Rebellion 1967 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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Samurai RebellionĀ (äøŠę„čØŽć” ę‹é ˜å¦»å§‹ęœ«,Ā Jōi-uchi: Hairyō tsuma shimatsu)Ā is a 1967 JapaneseĀ jidaigekiĀ filmĀ directed byĀ Masaki Kobayashi. The film is based onĀ Hairyozuma shimatsu, a short story by Yasuhiko Takiguchi.[1][2]

Film historianĀ Donald RichieĀ suggests an approximate translation for its original Japanese title, “Rebellion: Receive the Wife”.[3]

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Kagemusha 1980 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Kagemusha 1980 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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KagemushaĀ (å½±ę­¦č€…,Ā Shadow Warrior)Ā is a 1980Ā jidaigekiĀ film directed byĀ Akira Kurosawa.Ā KagemushaĀ is the Japanese term for aĀ political decoy, literally meaning “shadow warrior”. It is set in theĀ Sengoku periodĀ ofĀ Japanese historyĀ and tells the story of a lower-class criminal who is taught to impersonate a dyingĀ daimyōĀ to dissuade opposing lords from attacking the newly vulnerable clan. TheĀ daimyōĀ is based onĀ Takeda Shingen, and the film ends with the climactic 1575Ā Battle of Nagashino.[5]

The film won theĀ Palme d’OrĀ at theĀ 1980 Cannes Film FestivalĀ (tied withĀ All That Jazz). It was also nominated for theĀ Academy Award for Best Foreign Language FilmĀ and received other honours. In 2009 the film was voted at No. 59 on the list ofĀ The Greatest Japanese Films of All TimeĀ by Japanese film magazineĀ Kinema Junpo.[6]

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Samurai Trilogy ~ Duel at Ganryu Island III 1956 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Samurai Trilogy ~ Duel at Ganryu Island III 1956 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu IslandĀ (å®®ęœ¬ę­¦č”µå®Œēµē·Ø怀ę±ŗé—˜å·Œęµå³¶,Ā Miyamoto MusashiĀ kanketsuhen: kettōĀ GanryÅ«jima)Ā is aĀ 1956Ā colorĀ Japanese filmĀ directed byĀ Hiroshi InagakiĀ starringĀ Toshirō Mifune. Shot inĀ Eastmancolor, it is the third film of Inagaki’sĀ Samurai Trilogy.

The film is adapted fromĀ Eiji Yoshikawa‘s novelĀ Musashi, originally released as a serial in the Japanese newspaperĀ Asahi Shimbun, between 1935 and 1939. The novel is loosely based on the life of the famousĀ JapaneseĀ swordsman,Ā Miyamoto Musashi.

The preceding two parts of the trilogy areĀ Samurai I: Musashi MiyamotoĀ (1954) andĀ Samurai II: Duel at Ichijoji TempleĀ (1955).

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Samurai Trilogy ~Duel at Ichijoji Temple II 1955 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Samurai Trilogy ~Duel at Ichijoji Temple II 1955 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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Duel at Ichijoji TempleĀ (ē¶šå®®ęœ¬ę­¦č”µć€€äø€ä¹—åÆŗ恮ę±ŗ闘,Ā Zoku Miyamoto Musashi: Ichijōji no Kettō)Ā is a color 1955 Japanese film directed byĀ Hiroshi Inagaki[1]Ā starringĀ Toshiro Mifune.[2][3]Ā Shot inĀ Eastmancolor, it is the second film of Inagaki’sĀ Samurai Trilogy.

The film is adapted fromĀ Eiji Yoshikawa‘s novelĀ Musashi,[2]Ā originally released as a serial in the Japanese newspaperĀ Asahi Shimbun, between 1935 and 1939. The novel is loosely based on the life of the famousĀ JapaneseĀ swordsman,Ā Miyamoto Musashi.

The first part of the trilogy isĀ Samurai I: Musashi MiyamotoĀ (1954) and the third isĀ Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu IslandĀ (1956).

The film’sĀ production designerĀ wasĀ Kisaku Itō, the set decoration was made byĀ Makoto Sono, the consultant of art department wasĀ Kisaku Itō, the sound technician wasĀ Chōshichirō Mikami, theĀ lighting technicianĀ wasĀ Shigeru Mori, and theĀ choreographersĀ wereĀ Tokuho AzumaĀ andĀ Yoshio Sugino.[4]

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Samurai Trilogy ~ Musashi Miya moto 1 1954 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

Samurai Trilogy ~ Musashi Miyamoto 1 1954 šŸ“½ Meowsjr’s Sky VisualizationšŸŽ¬!

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Miyamoto MusashiĀ (Japanese:Ā å®®ęœ¬ę­¦č”µ,Ā Hepburn:Ā Miyamoto Musashi)Ā is a 1954 Japanese film byĀ Hiroshi InagakiĀ starringĀ Toshiro Mifune. The film is the first film of Inagaki’sĀ Samurai TrilogyĀ of historical adventures.[2][3]

The film is adapted fromĀ Eiji Yoshikawa‘s novelĀ Musashi,[3]Ā originally released as a serial in the Japanese newspaperĀ Asahi Shimbun, between 1935 and 1939. The novel is loosely based on the life of the famousĀ JapaneseĀ swordsmanĀ Miyamoto Musashi.

The film was followed byĀ Samurai II: Duel at Ichijoji TempleĀ (1955) andĀ Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu IslandĀ (1956).

The film won a Special/Honorary Award at theĀ 1955 Academy AwardsĀ for outstanding foreign language film.

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