In the near future, Major Motoko Kusanagi (Scarlett Johansson) is the first of her kind: A human saved from a terrible terrorist attack, who is cyber-enhanced to be a perfect soldier devoted to stopping the world's most dangerous criminals. When terrorism reaches a new level that includes the ability to hack into people's minds and control them, Major Kusanagi is uniquely qualified to stop it. As she prepares to face a new enemy, Major Kusanagi discovers that she has been lied to: her life was not saved, it was stolen. She will stop at nothing to recover her past, find out who did this to her and stop them before they do it to others.
Salvaged from a terrorist attack, orphan Mira Killian is a one-of-a-kind specimen of what begins to be the norm in the not-so-distant future: a cybernetically augmented human whose mind and soul resides in an immaculate synthetic body. As a result, hybrid Mira, now a resolute counter-cyberterrorism Major manufactured by the government-funded Hanka Robotics, is Sector 9's tip of the spear, nevertheless, when peculiar hallucinations interpreted as minor glitches will begin to bombard Major's fragmented mind, suspicions will arise. Could those short and spontaneous outbursts be dormant, yet immortal memories of a suppressed past?
GHOST IN THE SHELL REVIEW
Why (again) do film makers insist on answering every question in a film when the success on the Manga which inspired this film keeps you guessing?
A wonderful looking film reminding me of Blade Runner but unfortunately doesn't live up to it.
Basically a cross between Robocop and Blade Runner but without the empathy for the character, which in a film such as this is the most important part.
Visually stunning, as usual effects are great and fight sequences fast and furious but the film adaptation looses too much in my personal opinion, but again you may think differently.
Corporate greed, double cross, lies and finding your ghost.
Memories don't define us, what we do defines us.
Don't get me wrong, go see it but don't expect to be wowed like Blade Runner. Trailers only with scenes from the original anime version. Songs made but never used in the movie. They turned Motoko from a perfectionist calculator to a little girl searching for love. You take a Matrix level scenario and turn it to a classic Hollywood love story. Ghost in the Shell is a deeply philosophical piece of art that goes through the problems of a post modern society and emphasizes on the birth and evolution of an entity greater than AI. So as a movie it was acceptable, but compared to anime it lacked in almost everything. From atmosphere to character quality . Thumbs up for design team, they did a great job - equal to anime. Ghost in the Shall is a technical knockout, a here-and-now valentine to what design wizardry Hollywood can pull off in 2017. At the same time, it does so in service of a tired tale full of repurposed visual tricks, storytelling clichés and big-studio concessions. Several details and approach differ from the original anime. The Ghost in the Shell franchise is based off of a manga (comic), and so the films and series and even video games have all taken creative license from the original source material.
Making a live action film made certain styles and approaches to the physical rendering of the world impractical resulting in many visual differences to the new film that imbue an 80's cyberpunk feel similar to that of Blade Runner.
Another difference is that the storyline is a blend of several of the existing series, and does not follow the same storyline as the original film. Characters and back story are predominantly drawn from Stand Alone Complex 2nd gig, Stand Alone Complex, Arise and the original film.
The degree of violence and swearing in the original film is on a completely different level from the live action film. Creative camera angles obscure the genitals of the characters, and very little swearing is present in the new film.
There is no question that this is a Ghost in the Shell story, but in many ways the philosophy is simplified and the pace is much faster than the original anime. In the Ghost in the Shell stories, the Major has a completely prosthetic body. Although written and published in Japan, the original comic and some of the series show the Major in several bodies, and at times without a body entirely. It is believed by many that the artist's rendering of her prosthetic body was deliberately ambiguous in its ethnicity, while her "ghost" (the spirit that makes up her character) is also of obscure origin. It is assumed that as the stories largely circulate in the region of Japan and east asia, that her original form was likely Japanese, though the Major speculates at times that she may be synthetic all-together; this is all a part of the philosophy discussed in the stories.
In the live action film, the Major is given a Japanese origin for her ghost. a5c7b9f00b
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