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Discussion in 'Movies' started by Brad Porter, May 23, 2006.
Al Pacino was better as Michael Corleone in The Godfather: Part II.
But Diane Keaton really had her moment to shine in Annie Hall.
Christopher Walken was better in Pulp Fiction.
Tarantino made a better film with Kill Bill, Vol. 1.
But Sonny Chiba was the ulitimate bad ass in Street Fighter
But Toshiaki Tsushima's music was more effective in Graveyard Of Honor.
But Kinji Fukasaku broke the mold when he made Battle Royale
But Takeshi Kitano is much better in his own films, such as Fireworks
Joe Hisaishi is probably best known for his scores for Kitano and Miyazaki films, but I like his score for Robot Carnival.
A better score to a Japanese animated film [not to mention a better film all-around] is Ryuichi Sakamoto's for Wings of Honneamise.
Yeah, that was a bad segue all right.
Okay, I seem to have killed it, so I'll change my response to :
For those who were watching closely, Ohtomo's full-length Steamboy seems to reuse, in the form of the "Steam Castle", a great many of the elements from his Robot Carnival segment.