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Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s phenomenally eerie, visually striking ghost story came out in 2001 at the height of J-horror fever, and while it did get an obligatory American remake, it never seemed to get as much attention as Ju-On or Ringu . That’s probably because it moves at a slower pace, investing in dread rather than jump scares. There are plenty of scenes driven by disturbing, unexplainable things—and so many ghosts that even Kairo ’s repeated instances of people staring at computer screens (normally the most boring thing a movie can do) can be downright petrifying. And its frights don’t just come from the beyond; they’re also drawn from the living, as characters face the sheer horror of being human in a world that’s increasingly filled with loneliness, disconnect, and the unshakable sense that doomsday is just around the corner.

You see, Pius had Turk problems. The Ottoman Empire was invading various European countries, taking Christian children from their families and subjecting them to strict training in order to create an army of super-soldiers (yes, really). Drastic action was called for.

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Coasting through this dopey rom-com, Smith plays a silver-tongued “date doctor” who specializes in advising hapless New York men on how best to seduce women. Andy Tennant’s warm-hearted escapist fantasy is smug and syrupy, but Smith manages to wring a few sympathetic grace notes from his smarmy pick-up artist role.


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