The lord of the Oshi fief is killed by his trespassing neighbour, the cruel and despotic Nariatsu, son of the former Shogun. After an investigation, the Oshi clan is blamed for what happened and sentenced to be disbanded. Eleven of the best samurai of the clan refuse the sentence and are willing to give their life for justice.
- Stars:Junko Miyazono, Kôji Nanbara, Isao Natsuyagi, Kô Nishimura, Keiko Okawa, Kôtarô Satomi, Kei Satô, Kantarô Suga, Ryûtarô Ôtomo,
- Director:Eiichi Kudô,
- Writer:Takeo Kunihiro, Noribumi Suzuki, Kei Tasaka
The lord of the Oshi fief is killed by his trespassing neighbour, the cruel and despotic Nariatsu, son of the former Shogun. After an investigation, the Oshi clan is blamed for what happened and sentenced to be disbanded. Eleven of the best samurai of the clan refuse the sentence and are willing to give their life for justice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eleven Samurai torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Doug Bradley is out and with him any creativity or originality this film could have had left with him. Poorly acted, poorly written, and just plain awful. Two pinheads? It's not enough that Bradley's replacement looks like an overweight Mexican in makeup but now instead of making a unique original cenobite we get another pinhead and chattertooth. Avoid this 9th installment at all costs and just wait for the remake/reboot if your as big a fan as i am.
(gb) wrote: Probably one of the worst films I've ever sat through. Please don't bring up any comparisons with Ozu, Bresson or even Hanake. This self indulgent mess seems like an improvised theatrical exercise. It fails in story telling, characters and craft. A plot less exercise that leaves one wondering why it needed to be filmed at all.
(de) wrote: Only Saw the begining it was pretty dull. I didn't really think tracy and Ice Cube make a good couple. Kat Williams was the best part of the movie.
(nl) wrote: Gave it 55 minutes, but it turned into more shoot-em-up car-chase James Bondish nonsense. Next.
(de) wrote: this one manages two stars only because of how entertaining it was to criticize. not that i really thought it would be a decent film. i mean, willa ford is the star.
(fr) wrote: read the book until the pages fell out...watched the movie over 20 times...absolute must see
(us) wrote: Jodorowsky's Dune is documentary film that is about director Alejandro Jodorowsky in his mind process of making an adaptation film from Frank Herbert's Dune, and problems of getting it developed from studios with budget problems that is to the point of not getting it green-lighted. When seeing this documentary, I didn't know anything about Alejandro Jodorowsky or even watched his films. So when the documentary talks about his past history, it got me interested about it and got enough information to know enough about Alejandro Jodorowsky, and it doesn't forget the fact that it's suppose to be about his development with Dune, so it goes by pretty fast with the director's backstory. It's very interesting to hear about his ideas of what to put in his movie adaptation of Dune, and it's very ambition at that time and would've been ingenious if it went through. Now I never read Dune, so I wouldn't know if his ideas were faithful to the book, but the drawings and paintings of what they were going to do were really inventive and really cool to look at, making it stand out. It's fascinating to see how the director really tried to get this film made with him getting actors, well known effect designers like H.R Giger, and getting any studio to distribute the film. When it sadly didn't get made, you can tell that Alejandro Jodorowsky was completely heartbroken about it as it was his dream to do this, and he just wanted to express his dreams to the wide screens in the theaters. Jodorowsky's Dune is a fantastic documentary that is definitely a missed opportunity that would've been huge, and probably would've been up there with George Lucas's Star Wars as one of the most influential Science-Fiction films of all time.
(jp) wrote: A big fucking waste of time