If ‘Angel’s Egg’ is an unreviewable film, then how does a critic go about reviewing it? Astonishingly, G Clark gives it a go.
Tag Archives | Anime
G Clark examines the narrative structure and universal appeal of Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘My Neighbor Totoro,’ the perfect family film.
G Clark reviews Makoto Shinkai’s ‘Children Who Chase Lost Voices’—a trove of visual wonder, and a great experience for adults and older children.
Makoto Shinkai’s ‘5 Centimeters Per Second’ is a lovely film, rich in nostalgia, best appreciated by adults with some life experience under their belts.
‘Urotsukidōji: Legend of the Overfiend’ is the only anime rated NC-17 by the MPAA; visually inventive, it may be too much for sensitive viewers.
G Clark reviews Michael Arias’s ‘Tekkonkinkreet’: a narratively slippery, but visually astounding animated feature with a strong emotional core.
Quick Takes of four films: ‘Society,’ ‘Man on Fire,’ ‘Robinson Crusoe on Mars,’ and ‘Mind Game.’