The Last Samurai

The Last Samurai

The film follows the story of Sugi Toranosuke, a ronin, who returns to his home town of Edo many years after his attempted suicide as a sickly child. Rescued and adopted by a master swordsman, he has grown into a master swordsman and a very kind gentleman. The time is around 1868 the year that the nails were finally put into the coffin containing the feudal system that nurtured and sustained the samurai. Sugi is confused and unsure about what is happening but his teacher wants him out of the chaos of the multiple power struggles between the various clans.

The film follows the story of Sugi Toranosuke, a ronin, who returns to his home town of Edo many years after his attempted suicide as a sickly child. Rescued and adopted by a master swordsman, he has grown into a master swordsman and a very kind gentleman. The time is around 1868 the year that the nails were finally put into the coffin containing the feudal system that nurtured and sustained the samurai. Sugi is confused and unsure about what is happening but his teacher wants him out of the chaos of the multiple power struggles between the various clans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anthony T (fr) wrote: Perhaps it's because I'm American, but I found this movie quite entertaining. This movie is far from being a comical masterpiece but I thought the actors were very genuine and easy to like. I didn't care much for the character Luke, but I thought Graham and Tom were a riot.

Jeffrey C (it) wrote: 2 hours is just too brief.

Angela A (kr) wrote: Postcolonial cinema at its best; showing us all the complexity of racism, fundamentalism and morality. OK, so Om Puri love scenes are LIKE OMG MY EYES but the romance is still also heartachingly beautiful. Sigh!

Louise M T (gb) wrote: I can see one maybe two heads in a duffel bag.... but eight? That's way over-done just to get a point across that the Joe Pesci character is someone you don't cross. Then to turn it into a comedy? Please!!! Besides, this worn-out plot has been done too many times for it to even present any legitimacy as a worthy storyline. How the screen writer ever won an Academy Award for this script is beyond me. Guess that says something about their heads.

Timm S (ag) wrote: Made In A Time When Drag Was Funny & Comedy Gags Were Cheap. This One Doesn't Age Well At All.

Jae K (nl) wrote: 30 years & the message has not dated a bit; and the actors are fierce! It is fascinating to see Sam Neil when he was somewhat hot, and Judy Davis as a young, wild red hair, freckled even to her lips.. lovely in a bewildering way. It's great to see how absorbing a movie can be without sex, wild stunts, or violence.

Nick M (ru) wrote: Aside from the camp value of having Burt Reynolds play a Native American, this is definitely worth seeing for the origin of a good amount of music heard in 'Kill Bill vol.2' courtesy of none other than sir Ennio Morricone, the greatest composer in the history of cinema.

Julian P (gb) wrote: So bad it's kinda funny.

John C (it) wrote: I think critics are wrong on this one. Yes, the humor was crude and it was a little too sexual. But Bateman and Reynolds are great and while it may have been formulaic, it was well done. Definitely worth a rental.

Scott M (es) wrote: A car that kills people. But it also transforms a geek into a ladies man. The ending wasn't as good as I'd wished, but still its a good movie.