Combines the lighthearted cheerfulness of End of Evangelion with the sunny outlook of Now and then Here and There.
Originally posted by Joe Pluta:
depicting post-war suffering without addressing the root causes of the war is not my cup of tea.
Originally posted by Mapraputa Is:
DH: I just watched my 2nd Miyazaki film last night, that guy is brilliant. I can't remember watching any sort of animation that is even close to the greatness of his work. I mean sure Lion King and works from Pixar are all nice films, but they just don't even come close to the two films I saw, Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. Ok, but I'm hijacking the forum again. Sorry about that, I just get off on tangents sometimes, I can't help myself.
Are we talking about animation? Hedgehog in The Fog (zip, ~24MB) received the first prize in Japan last year. They called it "the best animation ever" or something like that. Just curious what your opinion is!
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
"Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand, although I think it would be three movies to get the entire story in.
Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
[QB]I've got several favorites that might make good miniseries (i.e. series, in UK terminology) rather than movies. E.g.
Hyperion & Fall of Hyperion - Dan Simmons
Startide Rising - David Brin
The Song of Ice and Fire - George R.R. Martin (one full TV season per book)
Originally posted by Yuriy Grechukhin:
If someone would ever think of making A Song of Ice and Fire miniseries, I'm afraid it would be screwed up by bad acting and removed events or even storylines; there's way too much going on to put it on the screen.