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Seven Samurai (1954)

Seven Samurai is perhaps Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece. This is saying a lot, considering Kurosawa's filmography reads like a list of Japanese film canon: Rashomon, Ikiru, Throne of Blood, Hidden Fortress, Yojimbo, Sanjuro. However, Seven Samurai combines such a rich story, wonderful acting, phenomenal action and epic scale to deliver one of the greatest films of all time. A group of marauding bandits have decided to spare a farming village, a regular punching bag of theirs, until the time of the next harvest. The locals go to the village elder and it is decided that they will hire a group of samurais to defend the village and drive the bandits away forever. In a neighboring village, an aging ronin, Kambei (Takashi Shimura), rescues a hostage from a thief, which so impresses the villagers that they immediately seek his guidance in their thief problem. Kambei agrees to defend the village, but reckons he'll need at least seven samurai to be an effective unit. The seven samurai then train the villagers in preparation for the siege, and the film climaxes in one of the greatest battle sequences on film. It's hard to believe that this was Kurosawa's first samurai film, a genre that he would become associated with the rest of his career, and he ended up making perhaps the definitive samurai film for many cinephiles. This was one of the first "getting the band together" films, where the first act of the film is spent gathering the team together for a job. The example in this film is Kambei, willing to sacrifice his topknot, to disguise himself as a monk to rescue a hostage. This exposes us to Kambei, tells us he is an honorable samurai, willing to do whatever is necessary and, ultimately, a bad ass. final battle sequence is absolutely thrilling and Kurosawa broke from tradition to film it. Kurosawa used multiple cameras shooting simultaneously to shoot the epic sequence: a fixed camera in a standard set-up, a camera for quick action shots and... All the action and camera work was meticulously choreographed and the end result is a spectacular action sequence that continues to thrill audiences over 60 years. Source: The Essential Films

Latest News

  • Takashi Matsuyama Also Plays Raoh in Hokuto no Ken: Ichigo Aji Anime

    08/22/15 ,via Anime News Network

    The official website for the television anime of Imōto Yukito, Yūshi Kawata , and Yukito's Hokuto no Ken: Ichigo Aji ( Fist of the North Star: Strawberry Flavor ) manga revealed on Saturday that Takashi Matsuyama is voicing Raoh in the series

  • Takashi Matsuyama Joins Hokuto no Ken: Ichigo Aji Anime as Fudō

    08/19/15 ,via Anime News Network

    . posted on 2015-08-19 09:15 EDT. Official website reveals voice of Kenshirō on Thursday. The official website for the television anime of Imōto Yukito, Yūshi Kawata , and Yukito's Hokuto

Books

  • A Structural Analysis of Complex Aerial Photographs

    Springer Science & Business Media. 2013. ISBN: 9781461582946,1461582946. 199 pages.

    It is most appropriate that the first volume to appear in the series "Advanced Applications in Pattern Recognition" should be this monograph by Nagao and Matsuyama. The work described here is a deep unification and synthesis of the two fundamental approaches to pat tern recognition: numerical (also known as "statistical") and struc tural ("linguistic," "syntactic"). The power and unity of the meth odology flow from the apparently effortless and natural use of the knowledge-base framework illuminated by the best results of artificial intelligence research. An integral part of the work is the algorithmic solution of many hitherto incompletely or clumsily treated problems. It was on the occasion of a laboratory visit in connection with the 4th IJCPR (of ~hich Professor Nagao was the very able Program Chairman) that I saw in operation the system described here. On the spot I expressed the desire to see the work described for the inter national technical audience in this series and the authors were kind enough to agree to contribute to a new and unknown series. With the publication of this monograph on the eve of the 5th ICPR my wish is fu1fi11~d. I want to thank here the authors and Plenum Publishing Corporation for making this volume and the series a reality.

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  • Thank God it's frightday: 10 great horror films for Halloween

    10/30/15 ,via Stuff

    In a fit of misguided jealousy, Takeo (Takashi Matsuyama) murders his wife Kayoko (Takako Fuji) and son Toshio (Yuya Ozeki), creating a curse on the family home that forever imprisons his family in rage, and terrifies any future occupants.

  • Crunchyroll Adds ‘DD Fist of the North Star II’ & ‘Fist of the North Star: Strawberry Flavor’ For Fall 2015 Anime Lineup

    10/06/15 ,via The Fandom Post

    The cast includes Banjou Ginga as Souther, Junichi Suwabe as Shū & Toki, Kousuke Toriumi Rei, Katsuyuki Konishi as Kenshiro, Yuko Minaguchi as Yuria, Daiki Yamashita as Bat, Takashi Matsuyama as Raoh and Kisho Taniyama as Yuda. Fist of the North Star ...

  • Crunchyroll to Simulcast "DD Fist of the North Star II + Fist of the North Star: Strawberry Flavor" Anime

    10/06/15 ,via Crunchyroll

    The cast features Banjou Ginga as Souther, Katsuyuki Konishi as Kenshiro, Daiki Yamashita as Bat, Junichi Suwabe Shu and Toki, Kisho Taniyama as Yuda, Kosuke Toriumi as Rei, Shouta Aoi as Lin, Takashi Matsuyama as Fudo and Raoh, Toshiyuki Morikawa as Shin ...

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Takashi Matsuyama - IMDb

Takashi Matsuyama, Actor: The Grudge. Takashi Matsuyama was born on April 2, 1960 in Tokyo, Japan. He is an actor, known for The Grudge (2004), Ghost in the Shell ...

Takashi Matsuyama (actor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Takashi Matsuyama (松山 鷹志, Matsuyama Takashi?, born April 2, 1960) is a Japanese actor and voice actor, he is well known for playing Takeo Saeki in The Grudge.

Takashi Matsuyama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Takashi Matsuyama may refer to: Takashi Matsuyama (actor) (born 1960), Japanese actor and voice actor; Takashi Matsuyama (production designer) (1908-1977), production ...

Takashi Matsuyama - IMDb

Takashi Matsuyama, Production Designer: Shichinin no samurai. Takashi Matsuyama was born on September 22, 1908 in Kobe, Japan. He was a production designer and art ...

Takashi Matsuyama as Takeo in original

Takashi Matsuyama as Takeo in original

Takashi Matsuyama

Takashi Matsuyama
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Takashi Matsuyama (I) - Filmweb

Takashi Matsuyama (I) - Filmweb