Ghost In The Shell Review

Rupert Sanders’ adaptation of the manga/anime/TV/web series franchise Ghost In the Shell is  almost shockingly strange, disquieting, melancholic, creepy, and sad. For a big-studio, extremely expensive, bus-stop-and-billboard-advertised piece of mainstream entertainment, it feels astonishingly personal, authentic, and artsy; it doesn’t smell mainstream at all. Sanders has gotten away with sneaking personality into Hollywood product before, with 2012’s Snow White and…