Sword of the Beast
Legendary swordplay filmmaker Hideo Gosha’s Sword of the Beast chronicles the flight of the low-level swordsman Gennosuke, who kills one of his ministers as part of a reform plot. His former comrades then turn on him, and this betrayal so shakes his sense of honor that he decides to live in the wild, like an animal. There he joins up with a motley group who are illegally mining the shogun’s gold, and, with the aid of another swordsman, gets a chance not just at survival but to recover his name and honor.
- Stars:Mikijirô Hira, Gô Katô, Shima Iwashita, Toshie Kimura, Kantarô Suga, Yôko Mihara, Kunie Tanaka, Eijirô Tôno, Shigeru Amachi, Hajime Araki, Tsuyoshi Date, Ryûji Fujisawa, Torahiko Hamada, Tôru Hatozaki, Sentarô Hayashi,
- Director:Hideo Gosha,
- Writer:Hideo Gosha, Eizaburo Shiba
Gennosuke, a clan retainer, kills one of the clan ministers as part of a plot to achieve reform. He is pursued by his former comrades, each hoping to complete the vendetta put on Gennosuke ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Trs fort et (C)mouvant, la limite du supportable pour certaines scnes...
(ag) wrote: Good movie, but what an unbelievably depressing ending.
(es) wrote: "Walking Tall 2: The Payback" has no connection to Buford Pusser or The Rock, but it's an enjoyable action flick. And by enjoyable, I mean mindless. And cheap. But, you did see that it stars Kevin "Hercules" Sorbo, right? This was not a high-dollar production, but it's not bad for a Saturday night when there's nothing else on TV.
(es) wrote: Yash is cute but can be rather annoying... it's an ok movie. Nothing to really grab your attention.
(jp) wrote: Clint Eastwood's best film to date.
(de) wrote: It's an ok film but seriously the happy ending is way too much! The direction is ok, the cast good but i didn't like the message this film was underlining.... e are very far from a 'Life is Beautifull'.
(gb) wrote: Quirky and emotional. I loved this movie but needed a lot of kleenex.
(ru) wrote: Nope still not GOOD come on A nightmare on elm street movies get BETTER!
(nl) wrote: I feel jipped. No really, it's like I've been bamboozled here! Where is the true travesty of an Ed Wood production? I was expecting some serious miscare, intent to harm when it came to the work of the "worst director of all time" as purported by the Golden Turkey Awards of the early eighties. This, Wood's largest budgeted film, has the same capacities as any other 50's sci-fi horror film, certainly not as awful as repeatedly reported. Sure, it blatantly shows flaws in the lack of passable special effects, stock footage of a crocodile and a giant octopus from previous films of the studio, and the horrific acting that comes from shooting every scene once, whether it be a simple exchange or the climax of the film. Still, much of this felt nostalgic and easy to follow, like the horror classics that proceeded it, but there's always something just a bit off with the acting, especially the relationship between the Monster and his creator. The doctor is portrayed by the aged Bela Lugosi, by then a morphine addict and faded star compared to Boris Karloff. He brings the same insanity and chaotic charisma of his Dracula persona to the Hungarian accent tinged character of Dr. Eric Vornoff, a ruthless man attempting to breed atomic men to rule the world. He is aided by a monster, played by wrestler Tor Johnson. Tor, I am sorry, but you cannot act. I say this with utmost sympathy, because the way you portray that gentle giant is petulant and ignorant to the craft that is acting, or the species that is human. Loretta King, a backer of the film, is strikingly stiff, and the cameo by Dolores Fuller feels bland and porous. Most of the beginning is simple dialogue and this makes the rush of information near the end a bit auto-climactic. Still, it's an Ed Wood, so at least you're enjoying the hilarity involved.
(mx) wrote: a bad when harry met sally with dirty ovetones. dreadful