Budo: The Art of Killing
This feature-length documentary presents the history and practice of Martial Arts in Japan. It focuses on the ideals and philosophy of the Samurai Warrior (Budo).
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Alex R (nl) wrote: I like how John Cena has a random cameo for each film
Lee E (us) wrote: Excellent. Definitely worth a look.
Nolan M (ru) wrote: A very funny sports spoof movie.
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Kussai N (ag) wrote: Can't say it's better than the first but it was okay.
Leo L (jp) wrote: A great film! A favorite.
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Steve T (gb) wrote: OK - this is not a movie designed to be showcased at Cannes or win an Academy Award. It is a sports comedy - that simple. You should always ask yourself when reviewing a movie designated to a specific audience if it did its job of doing so. If your intended audience is 70's nostalgic, Will Ferrell fans who are old enough to remember the ABA and love basketball - then YES! The movie does a great job of ripping on small market/minor sports media. Certainly not Will Ferrell's best movie - but definitely not his worst.
John W (es) wrote: Not a bad film and some neat effects, but it's been done and done better.
Orlok W (gb) wrote: Richard E Grant, brilliant with his dodgy Scottish accent--Formulaic, but fun!!