Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance

Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance

In this first film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, adapted from the manga by Kazuo Koike, we are told the story of the Lone Wolf and Cub's origin. Ogami Itto, the official Shogunate executioner, has been framed for disloyalty to the Shogunate by the Yagyu clan, against whom he now is waging a one-man war, along with his infant son, Daigoro.

The story of a Ronin (i.e. a masterless samurai) who wanders the countryside of Japan with his small child, having various adventures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance torrent reviews

Javier E (us) wrote: Twist after twist... keeps getting better until the end. Very good. Nominated for Academy Award for Foreign Language Film.

Kelly B (au) wrote: Superman doing what he does, and not holding back!

Josh D (au) wrote: This movie is guilty on the charges of being extremely boring, cringy and unfunny.The plot revolves around someone who knows of nothing but being a dick and his annoying mother who travel around the US trying to sell some sort of cleaning product for some reason.Seriously, Seth Rogen's character is a douche to his own mother in this movie. You might as well call this movie "You're going to be bored while watching Seth Rogen act like a dick for 104 minutes of your life which you will never regain". His mother, however, is annoying... Very annoying... From playing audiobooks about hermaphrodites to making weird rape jokes. Her voice will piss you off, very, very much... This movie doesn't even try to make her look likeable. The amount of m&m jokes in this movie makes it seem as if they are forcing the product placement.Well, the one star is for the inclusion of the song 'She's my cherry pie' in a strip club. Maybe it would've gotten another half star if it didn't feature the universe's largest dickhead and Barbara Streisand...

Jacky L (kr) wrote: a fun, light-hearted watch. didn't manage to watch as many hindi flicks as i'd like in 2010; this was one of the better, more enjoyable ones. as far as indian heartthrobs go, ali zafar definitely wins shahid kapoor hands down! what a smile.

Dimity P (us) wrote: It was pretty amusing-some of the video footage looked a little shady, but I thought it was worth my time.

Rhys M (fr) wrote: Very touching and totally accurate story about finding a father who abandoned you. Anyone who has experienced this knows just how awkward and fucked it can be while simultaneously filling parent and child with a new sense of completion. Maybe not the most well done, but everyone who has shared Adrians experience will really appreciate this documentary. IT really touched me personally.

Alexi T (kr) wrote: no way would i watch this crap

Robert G (br) wrote: I LOVE me some David Fincher!!! To me this is his worst film, not including Alien 3. I don't include Alien 3, it is on the studio. Bu that tells you how good Panic Room is.

Emod L (ca) wrote: 49%Great action and effects on the surface along with some fun, corny dialogue, but underneath, Equilibrium is just another one-trick-concept film that really makes no sense.V: 61%

Brendan C (jp) wrote: This is a really good movie and they did a good job with the cgi

John C (ag) wrote: Pretty good movie about a bunch of guys lookin' for something to do one night. I saw it on HBO and had nothing better to do so I watched it.

Jason N (mx) wrote: An awesome Danish monster film. Would have like to have seen a sequel to his film.

Eric B (ru) wrote: Great noir in every aspect.

Aren B (au) wrote: Kurosawa was noticeably getting his barrings in this one, because the first half of the film is somewhat of a mess. One part melodrama, one part political-message film, "No Regrets for Our Youth" is saved from utter failure by a strong last act and a worthy performance by Susumu Fujita.

Ben L (ru) wrote: Alexander Supertramp was as unusual as his chosen name. I found the story of his life interesting, and I thought Emile Hirsch did a great job of portraying his independent spirit. I could see why he was so disillusioned by the world we live in, and I liked the scenes from the early parts of his life because they gave some strong insight into why he became this man. I also appreciated the non-linear structure of the film because it breaks up some of the slower parts of the story. The unfortunate reality is that there are a lot of slow parts in Into the Wild. I got the idea of the journey and how he lived his life early but we continue to see it all unfold gradually. There is maybe one piece of information that is revealed that I found interesting, but otherwise there is not much that surprised or deepened the story for me. It was mostly a long road trip movie where he'd meet one group of people after another and then leave them. The entire film seemed to center around the ways Alexander affected the lives of others because he changed very little himself. Towards the end it seemed that might change and Alexander was going to experience some growth, maybe even have an arc. Sadly, nothing resolves. There is no satisfying finale, there is no uplifting moment to inspire hope, it just ends. I know this is a symptom of basing a film on a true story, but it left me feeling hollow. Delving into spoilers for a moment, I must admit Into the Wild also bothered me slightly because it did something I deeply dislike. In movies based on a true story, I hate when they try to reenact what happened as if it was factual when all the concerned parties did not survive. Like the entirety of the movie A Perfect Storm, all these scenes (at least from the Magic Bus on) are just supposition based on a few short notes scrawled in a journal. It's probably a silly pet peeve, but that has always annoyed me. I can't say I actively disliked Into the Wild as a film, because I was invested in the main character's journey, I just didn't love the overall story as it was presented.