Re: "Rip-off" vs. "homage"

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From the St. Louis Dispatch in regards to a review of Summer Wars:

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For the younger generation of Japanese animators, weaned on video games and manga comics, anime is a fitting complement to stories about technology and information overload. Satoshi Kon's "Paprika" was a trippy predecessor to "Inception" (at a fraction of the budget), and now Mamoru Hosoda's "Summer Wars" adds some needed color to the virtual-world theme in movies like "Tron."

From the Houghton Star:

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Black Swan also shares a lot of similarities with the anime film Perfect Blue, which Aronofsky purchased the rights to so that he could recreate scenes from it in his own films, and the claustrophobic, kinetic cinematography of Japanese filmmaker Shinya Tsukamoto, whom Aronofsky has cited as a huge influence.
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