PlayStation's YouTube Channel Provides A Closer Look At Ghost In The Shell
- Author: Stacy Houston Mar 31, 2017,
Mar 31, 2017, 1:50
Based on a comic book series obsessed with the ever-closing gap between humanity and AI-powered technology, March 2017 film Ghost In The Shell gets ready to rocket onto cinema screens worldwide. When terrorism reaches a new level that includes the ability to hack into people's minds and control them, Major is uniquely qualified to stop it. Whether she had Sanders honor the intent of "Ghost in the Shell" or betray it is for each viewer to decide. According to the review aggregator's consensus, the movie "boasts cool visuals and a compelling central performance from Scarlett Johansson, even if the end result lacks the magic of the movie's classic source material".
While in the future she may run for office, the actress says that she doesn't have the time right now.
Johansson, 32, showed off her sartorial game once again at the New York City premiere of her sci-fi drama on Wednesday.
But as it turns out, she wasn't saved at all and her whole life has been a lie.
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IGN praised the film for taking creative liberties while holding true to the beloved franchise.
As for the racial controversy surrounding her casting - particularly the charges of "whitewashing" - the film addresses this directly in a way that could be seen as problematic, but can also be read as a comment on the way corporate culture's default vision of a post-racial world tends to skew white.
Ghost in the Shell is visually astonishing.
With no emotional fan attachment to the original Japanese manga, Hollywood's re-imagining of the Ghost in the Shell story was a more standalone experience for me, as director Rupert Sanders delivers his own vision for more mainstream audiences.