The Hidden Blade

The Hidden Blade

Set in 19th Century Japan a young samurai who finds himself in love with a farm girl leaves his home to begin a new life. He has to take stock of his new life when he is put to the test and ordered to kill a traitor who just happens to be his dearest friend.

During the time of change of the mid-19th Century, Yaichiro is bid farewell by his fellow samurai friends Munezo and Samon as he leaves their clan's fiefdom on the northwest coast of Japan ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Hidden Blade torrent reviews

Gerald P (gb) wrote: Those who know about how the body works also know that what you place into our bodies effect how well we grow older and heal. This film sets the mind right about why some people are hopelessly sick and others get well and stay well. Watch and learn.

Nithya K (ru) wrote: Cute i guess for a children's audience....

Anthony W (br) wrote: Every American movie-maker should see this film - several times. I rate it one of the best pictures I have ever seen - up there with Stalker, The Virgin Spring and Svankmajer's Faust. This film has the raw authenticity that Hollywood films lack - with superb attention to detail, amazing acting, and very skilful editing.

007 W (gb) wrote: It's pretty solid, pretty good movie so I would consider it to be decent

Anthony V (it) wrote: Lots of Kung-Fu fun.

Todd S (mx) wrote: The majority of this film is your typical, basic, B-horror movie formula. That is, lots of gore, good looking people, and very bad acting. For most of this movie, I was unimpressed, thinking that it wasn't bad enough to turn off, but wasn't good enough to ever see again. I decided to finish it and that's when I got hit with one of the best endings I have seen in any horror film ever! I never even had a clue that it was coming. It tied up all the loose ends and weird things that I had just associated with it being a B-movie. Like I said, the acting is nothing special, the story is nothing different, and for the most part this film is "OK", but that ending, I just can't get it out of my mind, it really makes this one worth seeing.

ThePenguin G (mx) wrote: [font=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=Red] [font=Arial Black][font=Arial Black]An utter waste of time. Didn't elicit a single laugh from someone who laughs easily. Whatever redeeming merit critics saw in this fiasco raises questions about their sanity. And I am being kind....[/font]:rotten::rotten::rotten::rotten::rotten: [/font]

Georgia S (de) wrote: Vampires Anonymous was recommended to me by a fellow movie buff and boy, was she right. This movie was really funny. Its not one of those laugh-every-ten-minutes comedies, but the kind that you think about later on and realize how great it was. Vampires Anonymous is about an ordinary vampire who enters a therapy program to learn how to control his appetite. Mainly he wants to stop killing the people he loves. He wants to be like an other family guy with a wife and kids. This movie is unique in the way it is set up. Its seperated into the 12 steps of his program which really adds to the humor. There aren't any recognizable actors in V.A. but Paul Popowich is some nice eye-candy if you would like a more handsome version of Paul Rudd (Clueless, 40-Year Old Virgin). The acting isn't great but I think this makes Vampires Anonymous even more campy and more loveable. If you're into vampire movies, Vampires Anonymous is a must-see.

Jeff B (es) wrote: Part dark comedy, part drama. The cast was good and it was entertaining.

Michael A (de) wrote: Voila Pialat qui touche juste. Dutronc extra en Vincent Van Gogh. Une belle et emouvante tranche de vie.

Zack B (gb) wrote: The two male lead performances are so electrifying and they'd be nothing but curiosities without the other to back them up. It's an incredible example of dynamic chemistry. It also happens to be a very thrilling, very entertaining film.

Ger C (us) wrote: Absolutely slow and horrible. it makes a 3 hour movie seem like 5. There's an average 90 minute movie in there somewhere.

Joel H (kr) wrote: I hated the first one. Maybe this one will be better.

Genesis S (br) wrote: Where are we in battling AIDS, cancer, and other seemingly incurable diseases out there? This movie has to be part of your list.

Kelly P (gb) wrote: Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra are sailors on leave in Hollywood. Featuring the famous dance number with Jerry the mouse of Tom & Jerry. Enjoyable!