The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl

The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl

In 16th century feudal Japan the war between the Iga clan and the Kouga clan continues unabated. Typically for such violent disputes it is the women who suffer the most – in this case lowly castrated Kouga clan ninjas are kidnapping woman from their rivals’ lands and transporting them back to their own, with the intent to use them as concubines. Unfortunately for a trio of inept Kouga ninjas, one of the women they’ve kidnapped is Kisaragi (Rina Takeda), a skilled ninja with a long standing vendetta since her mother was kidnapped when she was just a baby.

Rina Takeda plays the role of a female ninja named Kisaragi who attempts to rescue a group of women being held captive to become toys for men. The film is set sometime in the Sengoku period... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl torrent reviews

Kim M (us) wrote: This is why I don't take critic reviews to heart. It was amazing. From the acting, to the writing, to the message of it all; I was reminded of how great films can be.

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Glorimar S (br) wrote: I really don't like musicals! ???

Rayman J (fr) wrote: I wanted to see it until It had Jack White in it, why on earth would you put Jack White in a movie with these two musicians

Patrick C (ca) wrote: Pretty much the same as every other Dolph Lundgren movie I guess except maybe Universal Soldier which was kind of cool. Kind of uninteresting, actually. I can't say I was disappointed; I knew what I was going into more or less. Though I think it's also probably just difficult to make a movie about snipers...*shrugs*

Angela P (au) wrote: Wasn't bad, had some entertaining moments, but not one I'm in a real hurry to see again any time soon.

Hrvoje G (ca) wrote: A solid tribute to British comedy but all in all this should have been directed by someone else.

The Critic (ag) wrote: This darker sequel to 'Superman/Batman: Public Enemies' (2009) is a consistently entertaining and beautifully executed piece. The interpersonal relationships between Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and new arrival Kara offers some well-constructed insight into our favourite heroes.

Jon P (kr) wrote: As much as I love animated and kids movies, this one is hardly entertaining.