Tag: 1988

Grave of The Fireflies 1988

Grave of The Fireflies [1988]: A Love Letter to Brotherhood

Founded in 1985, Studio Ghibli ventured early on into the generation of inventive animated tales. Created by masters of cinema such as Hayao Miyazaki (largely responsible for the unmistakable adorably “Totoro”), the…

School Daze

A Spike Lee Joint: School Daze [1988]

This is clearly an ambitious and passionate piece of work from Spike Lee, but it would’ve benefited from much more time in gestation to focus on what this film truly wants to say and how to say it.

The 9 Best Films of the Australian New Wave

From roughly the beginning of the ‘70s to the end of the ‘80s, a sudden resurgence of films in Australia flooded the local film scene with more than a handful of master-strokes comparable in quality and artistic merit to the concurrent movements occurring in the USA and the UK.

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They Live [1988]: A Biting Satire On Modern Society

They Live [1988]: A Biting Satire On Modern Society A biting satire on modern society that actually makes more sense today than it did at its time of release, John Carpenter’s They…