13 Assassins

13 Assassins

A bravado period action film set at the end of Japan's feudal era in which a group of unemployed samurai are enlisted to bring down a sadistic lord and prevent him from ascending to the throne and plunging the country into a war-torn future.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   spear,   battle,  

A group of assassins come together for a suicide mission to kill an evil lord. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


13 Assassins torrent reviews

Christian C (ag) wrote: Buenimala, muy chafona y chistosa jaja

James W (kr) wrote: Great Superhero Movie!

Olivier L (ru) wrote: Moi qui croyait que le premier streetfighter movie avec Jean-Claude Van-Damme tait mauvais... celle la est encore PIRE!!!.. les effets speciaux sont dgueulasse.. l'acting est extrmement mauvais.. ont dirait qu'ils ont voulut essayer de blender le raliste de TDK avec le fantastique... les productions values ont l'air d'une premire de srie tlvis et non d'un film (tu t'attends ce qui aie des pub aux 10-15 min pi des shit du genre la.. genre de serie d'action d't... mais quand sa dure 30-35 min pi pas dpub pi tu trend compte que c un film la tu fais: WTF:C PIRE QUE LES FILMS DE STEVEN SEAGAL en matire de budget

William R (br) wrote: Perfect for young teen girls, this teen thriller works it's routine cliches effectively for it's target audience. Though it's story is weak and predictable, the quick pacing, atmosphere and tone works well enough to keep older viewers engaged. It's cast, lead by a really good young Anna Kendrick, are fairly likeable and are interesting enough to keep you on your seat, at times on the edge.Cliched, routine and formulaic but fun for teen girls and young adults.

Carlos D (de) wrote: Ya habia visto esta chimba de culicagaos pero no le habia dado rating...ahi va.

Scott M (kr) wrote: One of the most beautiful films I have ever seen, one shot film, filmed in Saint Petersburg Russia in the Hermitage Museum. Its one shot all on 90 minutes, its a true greatest master pieces that Hollywood as never done before.

Al M (kr) wrote: In Italy, Sam Raimi's Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 were released as La Casa (The House) and La Casa 2. La Casa 2 bears no relation to the Evil Dead films, but--like other European films--it was released under the title in order to cash in on the franchise's success. What we get instead of an Evil Dead film is a rather blase haunted house film in which nothing very memorable ever happens. Of course, that is to expected from Umberto Lenzi, who (aside from a few films) is mostly a hack-artist who films rip-offs of more successful films. Nothing to recommend here unless you are a true fan of Italian horror like your humble reviewer.

Dan M (it) wrote: A sloppy crude film that tries too hard to mix reality with comedy, and is saved only by its star performer. Tongue so firmly planted in cheek that it ends up gagging for breath, despite the farcical nature.

Private U (fr) wrote: Making a slapstick comedy out of this social commentary movie somehow makes it even more heartbreaking than if it had been a serious, preachy drama. It's really very sad and hilariously energetic.

Amy H (ru) wrote: Very disappointed with this movie!! All the hype and got nowhere! Yes the comedy was there and it was entertaining, but the inbreeds looks fairly normal! Gore yes not enough! Just not enough!

Jon H (de) wrote: Possibly the worst of 1,000,000 bad Burt Reynolds movies in the 1980s. Basically, Burt plays Alan Ladd's Shane at a gas station in the middle of nowhere, where he has to stop a guy from buying up the entire town in order to forward a right wing political agenda. Arguably Burt's worst, but who wants to argue?

Grant K (es) wrote: The comic duo of Wilson and Chan return for a sequel that is just as fun as the first film.

Ben M (ru) wrote: George Newbern is excellent at voicing Superman. Plus we get to see Superman stand up for what I think this world needs: good strong moralism

Jarrett G (br) wrote: As corny as it is awesome, there are lines that make me say 'scheesh' as well as inspiring classics. A few scenes make the movie and every man will be left wanting to be Doc Holliday.