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Netflix Kate correctly recognizes the achievements of tattoo artists

For everything Kate mistake, That’s one important thing right: Credit tattoo artists properly.. Musicians and actors MIYAVI It plays a small but memorable role in the movie as Jojima. He offers one of the best performances in the picture, and in the scene his actual tattoos are prominently depicted. Miyavi’s character is a gangster, and tattoos are supposed to emphasize that connection. (In Japan, be careful, as I mentioned in my and Hori Benny’s book Japanese tattoos, People of all kinds tattoo for a variety of reasons. Just because someone has a tattoo does not mean they are yakuza. They could be chefs, healthcare professionals, or musicians in the real case of MIYAVI. )
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A Review for Netflix’s “Kate”: Everything Fans Should Know

Netflix Kate tells the story of an alternate reality where women have all been killed off. The protagonist, Kate, has both male and female friends. And she faces many challenges in her journey to be seen as just one gender or the other. This is a review of Netflix’s NetFlix original movie “Kate.”
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Miyavi teases Kang Daniel-featured track 'Hush Hush' on upcoming album 'Imaginary'

On September 13 KST, the J-Rock star's team tweeted a special clip promoting the track "Hush Hush," Miyavi's collaboration song with Kang Daniel for his upcoming 13th full-length album 'Imaginary.' According to the post, this will be the first time Kang Daniel has recorded a song in Japanese. Meanwhile, 'Imaginary'...
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‘Kate’ review: An unearned redemption arc meets rehashed action fare

CHICAGO - There’s a predictability to action films these days, especially from the streaming houses. It’s as if the real priority is to pack as many references to other, more original films as possible into the time allotted — and that leaves little time for the original story. This tendency is so pervasive that some audiences are finding more entertainment in making up drinking games based on the recycled patterns than in the movies themselves.
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Kate review

Plot: Contract killing (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) Poisoned on the eve of her last mission. Before succumbing to radiation damage from poisoning, she spent the last 24 hours finding and killing the person responsible and cutting a bloody band into the underground world of Tokyo. review: Netflix Kate If you are...
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MIYAVI teases “New Gravity” music video

Has everyone’s neck recovered from the double-taking MIYAVI’s shiny bald look?. Well, put that neck brace back on as he is teasing us once again with a tiny morsel of the music video from his digital single New Gravity. You can already stream New Gravity now on music platforms worldwide—a week ahead of his 13th studio album Imaginary which is set to drop on September 15.
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Refugee Paralympians leave legacy of hope as Tokyo Games conclude

As the Tokyo Games drew to a close on Sunday, the Refugee Paralympians celebrated their achievements on the world stage, confident they had sent a message of hope and unity to the world’s 82.4 million displaced people and the 12 million among them with disabilities. “The whole event was an...
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Movie Review – Kate (2021)

Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan. Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Miku Martineau, Woody Harrelson, Tadanobu Asano, Michiel Huisman, Jun Kunimura, Miyavi, Amelia Crouch, Ava Caryofyllis, Mari Yamamoto, and Kayuza Tanabe. SYNOPSIS:. A female assassin has 24 hours to get vengeance on her murderer before she dies. Already at a disadvantage for having...
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Kate Review

Kate debuts on Netflix on Sept. 10. There seems to be an obsession with the idea of women being powerful and indestructible assassins going around as of late, with the scripts being entirely written by men. In this fantasy, these femme fatales will stop at nothing to seek revenge against their oppressor, slowly losing their humanity as they get closer to their goal. In Kate, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the title character, the story is just that: an idyllic fantasy of a woman with limited time to exact vengeance against the people who poisoned her. With only 24 hours to live, Kate must somehow power through her rapidly degenerating body and battle the Yakuza to get to the man she believes is responsible for her predicament.
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Kate Review – IGN

Kate debuts on Netflix on Sept. 10. There seems to be an obsession with the idea of women being powerful and indestructible assassins going around as of late, with the scripts being entirely written by men. In this fantasy, these femme fatales will stop at nothing to seek revenge against their oppressor, slowly losing their humanity as they get closer to their goal. In Kate, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the title character, the story is just that: an idyllic fantasy of a woman with limited time to exact vengeance against the people who poisoned her. With only 24 hours to live, Kate must somehow power through her rapidly degenerating body and battle the Yakuza to get to the man she believes is responsible for her predicament.
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