Not a ghost movie despite its title using the word “ghost”, ‘Ghost In The Shell’ is a well-known property from Japan, an animated film that inspires The Wachowski to create ‘The Matrix’. The futuristic cyberpunk animation of humans and robots is so legendary that its legacy traces can be seen in Hollywood movies. After several years of Hollywood trying to adapt it, the imagination comes true. Now, ‘Ghost In The Shell’ is finally born as a “live action”. As a well-known cultural product, many people criticized the selection of Scarlett Johansson as the main character. The Major character in this film is indeed very “major”. He was so impressed by a femme fatale who was able to disguise his surroundings complete with incredible martial arts. His movement jumping from the building is phenomenal. Everyone hopes that the filmmakers use Asian actresses to portray Major to fit the original character. Not many movies that give a unique impression, you may be interested in this movie by just watching at http://www.juaramovie.com.
Scarlett Johansson is definitely not an Asian, but emotionally she is more than qualified to play this character. As he showed through ‘Her’ (full of emotion without body) and ‘Under The Skin’, Johansson brings ‘Ghost In The Shell’ to a fitting spectacle. Without Scarlett, this movie would be a sickening remake project. He proved that he could be a formidable figure but also fragile without much talk. But, like most remake projects, this movie loses its main point: the magic in the anime. Scripts written by Jamie Moss, William Wheeler, and Ehren Kruger were unable to replace his revolutionary animation idea. Characters also speak with dialogue that is too explicit to facilitate the audience to enter the world. Admittedly, this film offers great visuals. Director Rupert Sanders has just directed a movie before the project. As you can see from Snow White and the Huntsman, Sanders may stutter in stringing emotionally plots, but he is so good at painting scenes with stunning visuals. It can also be found in ‘Ghost In The Shell’.