From what I seen of this so far it looks like the wish.com of Disney movies.
There is nothing I love more in cinema than a compassionate look at humanity. It's why I love Ozu and why Kiarostami is my favourite director, why I respect Sion Sono in his reversal of that effect. All of these directors equate humanity with cinema and understand that these two wonders are of the same cloth-- therefore, this film by Japanese director Kore-Eda is the perfect example of what cinema means to me.
Hirokazu Kore-eda's Still Walking delves deep…
"The Sultan is an old man, and old man are like children. He guards his toys more jealously than he guards his daughter. But, I say no more. Now, out of my way, you masters of one thousand fleas. Allah be with you, but I doubt it."
The precursor for Disneys Aladdin is a tale old as time solidified in this timeless classic, Abu played by Sabu is easily the greatest in the film and I'd like to highlight primarily…