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Who's the Stanley Kubrick of anime?
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Anno
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>>100093573
But he's the George Lucas.
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Daiz
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>>100093529
Madoka Magica - Madoka is the everything of anime
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Satoshi Kon?
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>>100093631
But if i had to say a director, maybe Hosoda or someone like that

>>100093592
This
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>>100093529
Satoshi Kon
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Yamakan.
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>>100093529
Stanury Kuburiku
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Nagai
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Anno=Tarkowski (failure in home country, indie-star overseas)
now Kubrick... would probably be Satoshi Kon: popular everywhere; mass audience as well as indie one can enjoy their work and both are dead.
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>>100093529
Mamoru Oshii
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>>100093529
Satoshi Kon.
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>>100093529
They even look the same!
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>>100093707
>Stanury
>Not Sutanri
Not Japanese enough. Apply yourself.
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Who's the Nicolas Winding Refn?
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>>100093737
>failure in home country, indie-star overseas
But Anno was massively popular in Japan.
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>>100093573
>>100093827
see
>>100093737
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>>100093894
>>100093894
>But Anno was massively popular in Japan.
EVA was a complete failure in Japan. Only Otaku and the Indie crowd were interested in it. Anime popular in Japan are family friendly blockbuster-movies (ghibli) or long-running tv-series (detective conan etc)
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Yamakan
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>>100093981
What the fuck are you talking about? Evangelion is the second best selling anime of all time, next to that Golden Egg shit.
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>>100093981
>EVA was a complete failure in Japan.
In the realms of the Otaku market the franchise is one of the biggest. I wouldn't call that a failure.
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>>100093758
got my vote
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>>100093981
>EVA was a complete failure in Japan.

What planet are you from?
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Well I think Satoshi Kon and Hayao Miyazaki are the most talented in the industry.


rip
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>>100094177
literally who?
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>>100093529
>Who's the Stanley Kubrick of anime?

There is noone. To compare any existing anime directors to kubrick would be an insult.
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Anno as George Lucas sounds fitting
Their popular series is well received, becomes pop culture, instant money maker in merch, fashion, etc. ever-loving fan base, good cult following

As for Kubrick, I have no idea. Maybe Satoshi Kon although something feels off about that.

>>100094287
>of
It's a relative thing, anon. OP's not asking for the next Kubrick.
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>>100094397
>something feels off about that.
I think it feels off because of how different they were. Kubrick was famous for his meticulous camera shots while Kon is known for his social commentary on Japan.
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>>100094397
>>100093678
>>100093592
Reifags still butthurt over 3.0 I see....
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Who is Japanese Wes Anderson?
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>>100094397
>Their popular series is well received, becomes pop culture, instant money maker in merch, fashion, etc. ever-loving fan base, good cult following
You just described Tomino, Watanabe, and Takahashi hell virtually every former Sunrise player.
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>>100093707
>Today in Japan, Kubrick is pronounced as Kyuuburikku, but once-pronunciation was Kaburikku or Kuburikku.
>About Kaburikku, Kubrick himself is said that he claimed to correct it.
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%82%B9%E3%82%BF%E3%83%B3%E3%83%AA%E3%83%BC%E3%83%BB%E3%82%AD%E3%83%A5%E3%83%BC%E3%83%96%E3%83%AA%E3%83%83%E3%82%AF#.E5.90.8D.E5.89.8D.E3.81.AE.E8.A1.A8.E8.A8.98.E3.81.AB.E3.81.A4.E3.81.84.E3.81.A6
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>>100094645
In 2.0 people were comparing him to Michael Bay. What are people gonna compare him to when 4.0 comes out? J.J. Abrams?
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>>100094796
David Lynch
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>>100093592
Are we talking in actually cinematography and direction or just popular status? Because Annos style is nothing like Lucas.
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>>100093981

Yet another faggot who doesn't like eva and calls it a failure despite it being a huge success.
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Mamoru Oshii
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>>10009461
>>100094863
I'm trying to compare cultural impact than cinematic impact but like >>100094738 says, it's too vague. It's just Eva feels like its got more pop culture weight than any other anime produced (asides from Ghibli).

It's kind of hard to compare directors in terms of cinematic innovation in American cinema vs anime since there are so many different factors involved...

>>100094645
b-but I'm Asukafag

I also just don't know enough anime directors to faithfully participate in this conversation.
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>>100094796
Christopher Nolan
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>>100095001
>Eva more pop culture weight than Gundam
lel
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>>100093981
>EVA was a complete failure in Japan.

What the fuck am I reading?
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>>100095089
As far as I know, Gundam isn't agreed to be contained under one dude.
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>>100095001
>I'm trying to compare cultural impact than cinematic impact
I see well its not far off but the comparison could describe anything. Was Kubrick a popular director to the public like Spielberg or Abrams or was he respected but not well known to the public?
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>>100095001
>It's just Eva feels like its got more pop culture weight than any other anime produced
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>>100093981

>I have no idea what the fuck I am talking about please rape my face
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I think Peter Jackson would fit Anno more.
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>>100095198
Is this what they call bait?
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>>100093529
>What is the X of anime?
Need I remind you?
Also, Moot, fuck your shitty unreadable captcha.
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>>100095215
if that was the case we can compare Clockwork to Sailor Moon
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Tomino, Be Invoked was basically anime 2001.
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>>100095582
Does that mean there's a threesome scene in Sailor Moon?
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>>100095631
This medium really is worthless, isn't it?
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>>100093981
Dragonball, Gundam, One Piece and Eva are the only anime with merchandise that is invariably available in convenience stores throughout Japan. You're mad if you think Eva wasn't successful in Japan.
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>>100096067
Yes.

It's cartoons made to sell toys, what did you expect?
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>>100093529
Ikuhara?
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>>100096067
Be Invoked was not bad. Now, the series on the other hand...
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>>100093981

Is that why I walk past two pachinko parlours with lifesize Rei and Asuka statues on my way to work?

I worry for the two Evangelion stores, which only sell pointless (but expensive) merch from a "complete failure" of an anime.
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Satoshi Kon.
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Tommy Wiseau
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>>100096776
Tommy Tallarico is the ironic Tommy Wiseau of video games.
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>>100093592
He's both, because anime has no other notable directors.
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>>100096815
all dat comfy
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What's the madoka of movies then?
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>>100097138
Dark Knight trilogy.



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