The story tells of a group of samurai who were left leaderless (becoming ronin) after their daimyo (feudal lord) was forced to commit seppuku (ritual suicide) for assaulting a court official named Kira Yoshinaka, whose title was Kōzuke no suke. The ronin avenged their master's honor after patiently waiting and planning for over a year to kill Kira. In turn, the ronin were themselves forced to commit seppuku for committing the crime of murder.
- Stars:Yûzô Kayama, Tatsuya Mihashi, Akira Takarada, Yôsuke Natsuki, Makoto Satô, Tadao Takashima, Seizaburô Kawazu, Takashi Shimura, Daisuke Katô, Keiju Kobayashi, Ryô Ikebe, Setsuko Hara, Yôko Tsukasa, Reiko Dan, Yuriko Hoshi,
- Director:Hiroshi Inagaki,
- Writer:Toshio Yasumi (screenplay)
After their lord is tricked into committing ritual suicide, forty-seven samurai warriors await the chance to avenge their master and reclaim their honor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
47 Samurai torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Cool villain but no real story
(nl) wrote: Poorly written, awfully clich, and sO MANY MONTAGES! It's really like a skit from a football themed VBS, trying SO desperately to be relatable and cool. But the plot was so easy to figure out, and every word I heard sounded like someone from one of those 1999 videos you watched in school about the dangers of smoking.And about the montages... Are we sure this is a movie and not just a long commercial for some Christian country singers' collab album?
(au) wrote: Another movie that needed to be made. There are serious problems with the way disasters are dealt with. people get exploited and no one seems to care to remedy the situation.
(jp) wrote: Long relationships drama. A bit boring.
(es) wrote: Bollywood's best movie...Ka baat kar rahe the be kanya se...support maang rahe the...wo ladkiya bhi to vote daalengi na election me
(it) wrote: This had a really good cast and a decent director so this should have been great but it was just very average. still it was less anoying than some of seagals more recent films.
(it) wrote: This shows that the Power Rangers movies should've stayed as episodes.Turbo:A Power Rangers Movie suffers from a poor story that feels like it was made for a TV series, lackluster Lighting,CGI and Colors, characters who don't have any sort of personality other than one trait and rather mixed acting.However, it's still kind of an improvement from the first one.Sure, it's still bad, but it definitely had some things going for it.The humor and soundtrack are less dated, the visuals are as decent as always and the characters aren't really hatable.But again, these are just minor things.I can't believe I have to trash on my childhood AGAIN(and this was actually pretty close from not getting it!), but like it's predecessor, this deserves The Burning Medallion Of Badness.Story:5|10Visuals:6|10Characters:3|10Overall:4.210.
(jp) wrote: Now this is most interesting Jackson in his most creative era, before the Rings and Hobbit series.
(de) wrote: Body Snatchers has a slow first half that can be likened to a lesser episode of The X Files, but its second half really gets going. The sense of dread from earlier versions in 1956 and 1978 isn't the same. The paranoia and the fear of people isn't all there, but it tries other things from the other adaptations. The film takes place on an army base and the main character is a teenage girl (Meg Tilly), giving the audience a different perspective on a pod people invasion. The make up effects are very well done and some of the best ever done for a B movie. Body Snatchers is an okay movie, being a minor adaptation of a good story, but still worth checking out.
(jp) wrote: Truly an amazing movie
(nl) wrote: Whilst weak in some areas, Leslie Phillips saves the film with a typical suave performance. It is a very old style comedy farce with the plot, such as it is, surrounds extra marital affairs, mink coats and a stash of cash.
(it) wrote: Peckinpah's debut is one kickass western. Highlights include a stunning death scene and a truly moving "The End" final shot. Features some beautiful crane cinematography and some neat editing. Slightly marred by an occasionally intrusive score. Great memorable performances all around.
(ag) wrote: I don't really understand why so many people dislike this movie, in my opinion this was an excellent and better than the first one. It is more 'realistic' if you can say it for this series, it it more serious and grave and has more violence. The one thing that may have made this movie get bad reviews is probably the CGI blood that often splatters on the screen. Although, I don't find it very bothering.
(fr) wrote: Who gives a crap about this crappy movie?
(fr) wrote: Charming as hell, especially if you're a music fan of the time. Sad that the era of proper record stores is on borrowed time...
(es) wrote: Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet team up again for the emotionally draining Revolutionary Road directed by Sam Mendes, a very brilliant man. This movie is about a young couple with two kids whose lives are not what they want them to be, so their marriage deteriorates. Revolutionary Road has me torn. It's a movie with three amazing performances (some of Leo's best and definitley Kate's best, and Michael Shannon's perfect performance), flawless cinematography from the master himself Roger Deakins, and great directing, along with a very good script. but despite all of the greatness that this movie has to offer, overall it is very depressing, dark, upsetting, and borderline bleak. now I know the movie was setting out to do this and I applaud it for that. it's just not something I want to watch. although this is a great movie, I did not enjoy watching it. I will more than likely never revisit this movie. however, with milestones as performances, swell directing, and a final shot that I consider one of the most brilliant and upsetting final shots of all time, Revolutionary Road is a great movie, but not one I will revisit. it is emotionally powerful and works on every level, but in some cases it made me uncomfortable watching it because it was so real. I can't reccomend it, but it is worth watching once for the performances. 7.9/10
(mx) wrote: The half star is for Dick Van Dyke's wonderful performance. The rest of the film resulted in this being the only positive element i found. I love children's films and classic musicals, but overextended dance numbers combined with overly simplistic songs (only improved by Andrews's beautiful voice) AND a terrible finale left me bored out of my mind and terribly disappointed. Fiddler on the Roof is a much better musical, appealing to most every audience. At least they told the truth about one thing: the sound of the S song was quite atrocious.