American Samurai

American Samurai

When a father passes on the traditional family sword to one of his two adopted sons, the other--in a fit of jealous rage--joins a yakuza drug smuggling mob. When the other son decides to find him and set things straight, things don't seem to go as smoothly as he planned, and a misunderstanding leads the stepbrothers into a Turkish arena to battle swordsmen from around the world.

An American reporter teams up with a martial arts expert, whose half-brother is a "yakuza"--Japaneser mafia--drug dealer to battle swordsmen from around the world n a Turkish arena. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


American Samurai torrent reviews

Erick H (es) wrote: Great way to retell the story it kinda feels like a continuation of superman and batman apocalypse in short terms great movie for the dc collection

madan k (au) wrote: its a pictre horror,suspense and thriller.action was superb and awesome

Christopher H (es) wrote: Colin Farrell emerges in this contemporary and live action interpretation of mermaid lore, playing a lonely fisherman, Syracuse. Within the first ten minutes of the film you know what you are embarking into. The water scenery is captivating, the richness of the picture hooks you, and Syracuse reeling in an unconscious woman in his fishing nets prepares you for this emotional and unique dramatic undertaking. Syracuse has a daughter , Annie (Alison Barry) living with liver failure which warrants her the freedom to take liberties as our heart melts over her adorable nature and vast imagination. These liberties allow for the inference that Ondine (Alicja Bachleda), what the woman from the nets requests to be called, is in fact a mermaid. Annie's quest to prove herself right, as she power chairs her way around the small fishing community adds to the captivation of the entire film. Ondine is low key, unworried about ruining the relaxed nature by muddying it up with useless suspense until the very shocking end of the film. No other film has ever caused such a childish smile following its conclusion, causing for re-examination of the entire film. No matter how you approach Ondine, Colin Farrell's continued talent cannot be argued and Alicja Bachleda's emergence is fresh and brilliant. In a sea of overpopulated films, Ondine is a vivid and unconventional catch.

Jeffrey M (ru) wrote: Never has a human being lived who was more full of shit than ZIZEK

Harmeet M (kr) wrote: End credits quote Mahatma Gandhi's 'An Eye for an Eye makes the whole world blind' - This film truly reflects this.. Loved the film for its simplicity and real characters.. A special mention to Farouque Shaikh for his amazing acting as the coach.. Kick boxing scenes were damn good and overall the film is special..

The B (gb) wrote: brilliant - sheer class

David W (au) wrote: A drama with great performances and creative ideas that involve a great literature figure. Not my taste though......

Im El Capitano A (au) wrote: looks interesting...

Konrad S (ca) wrote: I don't know about it. It looks like Suspiria meets The Blob, but it's made in Japan. Bore basically, I've been tempted to use fast forward, but somehow made it to the end watching it in two rounds. If they've cut one hour of footage, it would make a nice short movie, otherwise only for the eagles...

Graydon B (au) wrote: One of Pixar's most unique films to date, Wall-E has a lot of charm, fun and memorable characters to compensate for a underwhelming second half. While not one of my favorites, Wall-E is still an endearing and fun film, hard not to recommend.