Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island

Samurai III: Duel at Ganryu Island

A humble and simple Takezo abandons his life as a knight errant. He's sought as a teacher and vassal by Shogun, Japan's most powerful clan leader. He's also challenged to fight by the supremely confident and skilful Sasaki Kojiro. Takezo agrees to fight Kojiro in a year's time but rejects Shogun's patronage, choosing instead to live on the edge of a village, raising vegetables. He's followed there by Otsu and later by Akemi, both in love with him. The year ends as Takezo assists the villagers against a band of brigands. He seeks Otsu's forgiveness and accepts her love, then sets off across the water to Ganryu Island for his final contest.

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WS W (gb) wrote: Awkward, something just isn't right.

G W (ag) wrote: Directed by: Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano Running time: 87 min. Release date: August 13, 2010 Genre: Documentary Distributor: First Run Features MPAA Rating: Not rated In the year 1964 James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner went to racially segregated Mississippi to assist with voter registration of African Americans. These young men were killed by klansmen. When the three dead bodies was discovered, justice was left to the state judicial system. This penalty proved to a mere slap on the wrist for the accused who were sentenced. Yet many more guilty people walked away and many white locals refused to come forward with evidence. NESHOBA: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM takes a hard look at this horrific situation some 40 plus years after. This documentary tells the story of these three American heroes and the Mississippi County still divided over the meaning of justice 40 years after the murders. The film takes an unflinching look at ordinary citizens struggling to find peace with their town's (Philadelphia, Mississippi violent and racist past in today's American society. The various historical retelling in the interviews are fundamentally the same story except for rare film footage of the actual autopsies. In most parts of this film the viewing is quite disturbing as the filmmakers attempt to find a reckoning to uncover the whole truth. As the people of this community who are still divided in the most part try to face with some sort of decision, the outcome of which seem to have a significant shaping impact on the rest of their lives. This is a superb and intelligent film that brought an awaking to me of a problem that has never been addressed correctly. Review by Gerald Wright

Ryan T (ru) wrote: It is very disappointing to know that Selma received few nominations for Oscars, and none for acting, which is an outright travesty as Oyelowo is the best actor ever to play MLK Jr. The film may not be entirely accurate, but overall it captures the sentiment and dynamics of the time as well as the complexity of the characters.

Jason D (mx) wrote: Hydra is the story of a ship carrying a group of millionaire hunters who have paid to hunt the most dangerous game, a group of convicts who lucked out in a supposed bad justice system. The hunt is organized by seedy businessman Alex McArthur (whom I loved in Suspended Animation) and even seedier captain Michael Shamus Wiles (Letherface: TCM III, The X-Files) who, after some hiccups, come across a secluded island that is perfect for the hunt, but unknown to them, us viewers are already aware that the island contains the mythological Hydra monster (yeah, the multi-headed snake monster from Greek Mythology) that is seriously pissed off and tears just about anyone apart that it comes into contact with. It's up to lead convict George Stults (7th Heaven) who is actually a former special ops guy to try to lead the other convicts off the island to safety, not to mention fight the bad guys and the Hydra. Director Andrew Prendergast definitely delivers his quota on making a cheap, silly B-movie primed for the Sci-fi Channel (which the film actually debuted on). If you're going to watch this movie, renting it would be better than watching it on TV, as the rental is an unrated edition featuring all the CGI-animated gore you could ask for. On that note, I would have to say the special effects are the worst part of this film. They're almost cartoony. However, the story is engaging and dumb fun, especially when the plot goes haywire and Hercules' magical sword is introduced. Overall, this is dumb fun and strictly catered towards Sci-fi channel/bad movie enthusiasts. Don't be a moron and watch this movie and give it terrible ratings when you knew damn well what you were getting yourself into. Overall, not bad. Effectively gets the job done for me.

Kenneth L (us) wrote: This is an above-average Godzilla movie that gets a few bonus points for it's somewhat unique point of view and TJ Miller's running commentary (as the man behind the camera).