This is the story of "The Forty-Seven Ronin." Based on historical events in 1701-2, the movie tells the tale of the Asano clan's downfall and the revenge of its former samurai on the perpetrator of the catastrophe. Lord Asano was goaded, or tricked, into drawing his sword inside the Shogun's palace -- a crime which carried the death penalty. The newly installed Shogun was furious at Asano and ordered all his clan's assets seized, meaning some 20,000 samurai and commoners were unemployed and landless at a stroke. Forty-seven of these ronin (masterless samurai) banded together to take attempt revenge on Lord Kira, who had goaded Asano into drawing his sword.
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Brad O (fr) wrote: They didn't even try to stereotype, it was just stupid.
Ebaneer Nevermind (nl) wrote: This movie is a solid survival horror movie. The main detraction on this film is that the camera goes into an epileptic fit whenever the action becomes too intense. Seriously, I could barely tell what was going on in some of the scenes. I would have given it a higher rating if it hadn't been so damn shakey when I wanted it to be steady.
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Nick M (kr) wrote: AMISTAD is heartfelt, intense and emotional...But it is also about 20 minutes too long, which is one of the only things keeping it from being a true masterpiece.
Matt K (kr) wrote: Completely inexplicable.
bill s (it) wrote: This can do attitude won me over.....or maybe it was Bridges acting and Coppola's directing.