Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

An African-American Mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob.

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999) is an action, crime, drama film about an African American mafia hit man. He models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew S (fr) wrote: When Rick Alverson's film first came out it created reactions from high praise to condemnation. At the time, I was quite perplexed by AO Scott's review. I found a great deal of "interesting perspective" on not only the main character but also the limited views I was offered of his pals. There is no "critical distance" to be found in Alverson's film -- and that is largely the point. The film presents a level of white male entitlement and human cruelty without offering any evaluation or background. With an amazing cast of realistic and effective actors, all we really need to know is passively communicated in the sad eyes and pointless actions. We might not like "Swanson" or any of his friends, but viewers would need to be equally emotionally-stunted, damaged and as casually cruel as these character to not see the tragic darkness displayed. There is nothing "funny" about THE COMEDY. It is an effectively disaffected and provocative character study of disconnection, anger, and sadness that appears to be rendering Swanson and his "friends" into a state of sociopathic cruelty. I don't like labels. They are too easy and a lazy way to "categorize" aspects of both art and life. I'm not sure that it was Alverson's intent to make a sweeping cultural commentary. It doesn't matter. The thing that most struck me back in 2012 and now is the power here is that THE COMEDY is horrifyingly realistic. I know some of these men and the women who always seem to be attracted to them. This is a masterful film from all perspectives.

Marc L (ag) wrote: Du pur produit de genre made in Japan : erotisme soft, humour potache indechiffrable au spectateur occidental lambda et gore par-ci par-la...mais pas assez pour me satisfaire pleinement. Non que le film fasse dans l'edulcoration mais avec un restaurant comme cadre a cette sombre affaire, je m'attendais a quelque chose de nettement plus extremiste et moralement insultant que cette mixture timidement dosee comparable a n'importe quelle serie Z de bas-etage. La, il est on ne peut plus evident que le clou du spectacle reside dans la plastique de l'idole J-Pop Mihiro. Enfin, vu le mauvais gout totalement assume de certaines sequences, je ne verrai plus jamais les raviolis a l'orientale de la meme maniere...

Joe T (gb) wrote: Not a patch on his previous films......except for the few moments of kung-fu madness.

Michael C (fr) wrote: sometimes I just don't get french filmography

Nicki M (ag) wrote: Watched a little. Didn't grab me.

Andrea E (au) wrote: I loved this book as a child but the movie was nothing like what I imagined or remembered from reading it. It also doesn't help that there has been an onslaught of these movies in the last 10 years or so, many of which have been better. I waited forever for The Giver to be on the big screen and it was definitely a disappointment.

Moya W (fr) wrote: Jindabyne wasn't as good as I'd expected for it to be. It was heavy and strong, but it felt as if it didn't really have a story. Nothing really happened during the movie, it was just bleak and depressing for the sake of it, it felt like...

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!

Art S (mx) wrote: Richard Conte gets a raw deal in this tense noir

Tanner B (gb) wrote: 3/4Wonderfully entertaining romantic comedy centering on an intriguing relationship between a single mother and an antisocial man. Authentic Brooks direction, razor-sharp script, anchored by two superlative, Oscar-winning performances by the two stars. Unfortunately, this highly enjoyable feature misses greatness by turning into formula by the third act.

Caitlin L (br) wrote: Truly shows you should look below the surface to see true beauty.

Kellan W (ca) wrote: This is THE most overrated movie of all time. The ending is a huge middle finger and one of the worst of all time.