Monthly Archive: August, 2013

From Up on Poppy Hill (2011)

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I can only imagine that fans and workers alike were wondering what was to happen to Studio Ghibli now that Miyazaki Hayao has stepped down (This is where I say, “Damn you world… Continue reading

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Rurouni Kenshin (2012)

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As I’ve said multiple times that I am a diehard fan of Rurouni Kenshin. It’s only natural that I decide to check out the live action movie. The very basic plot of the… Continue reading

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

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It’s rare that we see a movie that has a true sense of timelessness. Oftentimes, we have movies that aren’t even that old, such as 1995’s GoldenEye, which feel hopelessly dated in 2013.… Continue reading

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5 Very Pretty Pairs of Cinematic Feet

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Very frequently, readers wind up on The Pop Culture Historian having searched for images of an actress’ feet. So now, I’ll do something different. That is list a Top 5 that is based… Continue reading

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Umbrella

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In general, I have to admit that I’m skeptical about the whole concept of musicians covering someone else’s songs. Sure, you have the rare instance where I prefer the cover over the original;… Continue reading

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Thunderball (1965)

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Do you remember that time as a kid when you got a new toy, and all you ever wanted to do was play with that toy for the following time period? I suspect… Continue reading

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Piano

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An anime series where the main character is a pianist voiced by Kawasumi Ayako, and it is not Nodame Cantabile? Piano (released in the US as Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl’s… Continue reading

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