American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Appleseed, Johnny See John Chapman.
“Appleseed is another movie with meaningless plot (compared to other anime plots) but heavy on action, and it got amazing direction from Shinji Aramaki.”
“This sequel to Appleseed is directed by Ghost in the Shell director Shinji Aramaki and produced by John Woo, and you can certainly see Woo's influence, especially the shot where all the spent ammo casings are falling on the floor.”
“The others are a mixed bag for me: Appleseed is a definite along with The Brothers Grimm, Hitchiker's Guide and Revenge of the Sith (wookie armies - thats all it needs to be baby).”
“As seen on Slashdot Appleseed is getting a remake (I know I posted a trailer up about a month ago), but the real news is that there is a Ghost in the Shell sequel coming too.”
“The 2005 Appleseed film inspired a PS2 game called Appleseed EX from Dream Factory, which used the engine and animation from a previous game for the Appleseed universe.”
“I don't know how many of you read the utterly superb graphic novel, or saw the groundbreaking CG/anime hybrid movie, but take it from a long time fan, Appleseed is no joke. well, except the first anime attempt they made from the graphic novels, which was the visual equivalent of ipecac. that said, the movie captures much of the original plot line, is a goddamn visual feast, and oh yeah, it has a soundtrack too:”
“Shirow Masamune is also responsible for the manga Appleseed, which is also cyberpunk and also that particular brand of manga/anime cyberpunk known as mecha, which mostly features people riding around in big fighting machines and engaging in heavy firefights.”
“I've been working on a distributed, open source social networking project called Appleseed for”
“Formerly known as Appleseed's Topco, Orchard Brands is owned by private equity firm Golden Gate Capital, which had a seemingly insatiable appetite for catalog acquisitions during the past few years.”
“Vexille borrowed elements from popular properties like "The Matrix", "Appleseed", "Ghost In The Shell" and "Robotech" and mixed them together in a science fiction tale about an American police force that infiltrates Japan to discover if the rash of criminal activity using illegal technologies is linked to that countries unchecked technical advances or not.”
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