A cyborg that used to be human

illustrated by Ayana Avila

illustrated by Ayana Avila

Ayana Avila, Managing Editor

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Ghost in the Shell,  a fantasy/mystery has amazing graphics with a lot of detail built into the main character, buildings and enemy robots. The movie, directed by Rupert Sanders, is based on an anime by the same name released in 1996 in the U.S.

Major (Scarlett Johansson) is cyber-enhanced a perfect soldier and the only one of her kind. The best scene in this movie has to be when Major is on top of a building. The anxiety of watching her on the edge of the building as she calmly falls off is goosebumpy.

Sanders put so much time and work in this movie to make it look like the original animated one Ghost in the Shell which is out of this world. It’s a good watch. The movie was released in theaters March 16. The budget was $110 million and produced by Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks . It has made about $40 million in the United States.

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