Samurai from Nowhere

Samurai from Nowhere

From "Ame Agaru" the same novel that gave birth to AFTER THE RAIN, comes one of the greatest samurai films of all time. Co-starring Nagato Isamu and Tanba Tetsuro as two wandering ronin who make their living by "Dojo Yaburi" (literally Martial Arts School Breaking) where they challenge and defeat the master of a dojo so they can extort money for not telling anyone what they did. Misawa Ihei (Nagato) is traveling with his wife who abhors the practice of sword fighting for prize money. The ever beautiful Iwashita Shima plays Tae, the daughter of the clan's chief counselor who married the low-ranking Ihei to avoid becoming the clan lord's mistress. Into the mix comes Oba Gunjuro, a mysterious ronin who will do anything for money. This leads to a fitting climax as the forces of hate and love converge while the couple attempt to break through the border!

From "Ame Agaru" the same novel that gave birth to AFTER THE RAIN, comes one of the greatest samurai films of all time. Co-starring Nagato Isamu and Tanba Tetsuro as two wandering ronin who make their living by "Dojo Yaburi" (literally Martial Arts School Breaking) where they challenge and defeat the master of a dojo so they can extort money for not telling anyone what they did. Misawa Ihei (Nagato) is traveling with his wife who abhors the practice of sword fighting for prize money. The ever beautiful Iwashita Shima plays Tae, the daughter of the clan's chief counselor who married the low-ranking Ihei to avoid becoming the clan lord's mistress. Into the mix comes Oba Gunjuro, a mysterious ronin who will do anything for money. This leads to a fitting climax as the forces of hate and love converge while the couple attempt to break through the border! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anna T (nl) wrote: Laughed till I cried

rainbodragon (mx) wrote: I wanted to like this so much, but it's just trying to be Dazed and Confused, and failing. One guy with blonde hair even says "alright, alright, alright". It's pretty blatant.

Betty T (es) wrote: Another great movie! Gotta love Tom Selleck!

Jaat F (gb) wrote: what a movie.....mindblasting

John P (gb) wrote: So here we are, at the end of the road with our Punisher movie review marathon. And let me just say that boy am I glad that I have saved the best for last. And by "best" I do mean the last good Punisher film out of the three. So apparently this was Lionsgate's last attempt at something with the franchise and, as the old saying goes, it's three strikes and you're out. After watching all three Punisher movies, over the course of a week, I think the main problem is that they are still telling this like they told Spider-Man with too much saturated color to the villains especially Dominic West who might as well should have been the Green Goblin. So let's end "punish" this final movie franchise once and for all.The movie is directed by Lexi Alexander who must have looked at this script and said, "I'm going to make the most splatterific goofy as hell comic book movie" and that is all this is. You really cannot take this movie seriously at all because it is like a cartoon. A lot of the side actors are pretty stereotypical with their accents and it shows when everyone opens their mouth. Also there are moments where New York must have the dumbest police forces because there are two officers who try to look for the Punisher but they can't find him. But then we see him just casually walk across the street in NYC all decked out in body armor and his side arms. Despite my complaints there are a few more positives than negatives. Ray Stevenson is dead on perfect as the Punisher by looking, acting, and sounding EXACTLY how the comic book character should be. The violence is awesome as well, especially with all of the face gore that goes on in here. I mean the Punisher punches a guy and his head explodes! We also do get a little bit more of a story complex with the Punisher as he makes a mistake accidentally killing a federal agent and is now contemplating whether to continue his crusade. I also enjoyed the hell out of Wayne Knight's character as Microchip who supplies Punisher the guns and supports him throughout his mistake. The movie gets extremely creative as to how the Punisher kills people every single time. Overall, on a grading curve, this IS the best Punisher movie out of the other two and it is worth watching if you get the chance. But it is not good enough to buy the DVD unless you are a die-hard fan of the character.

Cody M (us) wrote: To put it simply, Barnyard is bland, annoying and a tonal mess!

James R (ca) wrote: A very entertaining spoof of The Exorcist!

Niina D (au) wrote: The questions "what?", "why?" and "where did that panther come from?" come to mind.

Pak A (es) wrote: "Arretez de vous excusez, quand on est riche on est desagreable : ce sont les pauvres qui s'excusent !" - "Que vais-je devenir ? Je suis ministre, je ne sais rien faire ...". J'adorerai que cette fine equipe soit encore la, un bon petit film sur nos entreprises et 4x4 serait de rigueur :)

Connor C (fr) wrote: This film is a masterfully done work of art. The story is unique, the animation is incredible and overall it simply gives you a warm happy feeling.

Grant H (es) wrote: Great movie. The plot is pretty a-typical, with some good ideas and plot points of its own, the action scenes are tense and well-shot, the script is solid, and the performances are good, especially from the four leads, and Ejiofor.