47 Ronin

47 Ronin

Based on the original 1941 movie from Japan, and from ancient Japan’s most enduring tale, the epic 3D fantasy-adventure 47 Ronin is born. Keanu Reeves leads the cast as Kai, an outcast who joins Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada), the leader of the 47 outcast samurai. Together they seek vengeance upon the treacherous overlord who killed their master and banished their kind. To restore honor to their homeland, the warriors embark upon a quest that challenges them with a series of trials that would destroy ordinary warriors.

“47 Ronin” tells a stormy adventure of 47 unrecognized samurai (ronin). After the general, their master was muderred, these samurai plan to avenge for him. They leave their homeland, hit the road to avenge with the help of Kai, a samurai who is mixed race Japanese - English. The ronin have to face to evil forces, demons and powerful witches who seek to harm and destroy them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


47 Ronin torrent reviews

Ela T (au) wrote: A film by Claude Lelouch with Fanny Ardant, Dominique Pinon and Audrey Dana in great performance. A little suspense with some humor. A movie to enjoy it, to have fun.

Thomas E (nl) wrote: An obnoxious documentary as a result of over-editing and inappropriate music that makes it impossible for any person to have an honest moment to answer the question "what is God?" onscreen. Terrible.

Giorgos T (it) wrote: Subtle humour and interesting direction, but nothing more.

Andrew I (es) wrote: I didn't last as far as the end of the opening titles. The music was so irritating and the idea that Steven Seagal plays a Russian was just too much. It didn't even look funny.

Meg C (nl) wrote: the greatest Disney film of all time

Heidi G (es) wrote: Seriously almost peed myself during this one. Of course i've seen all of the duos movies, and love them all but his one REALLY stands apart from the classic Cheech and Chong pot smoking adventures. The duel role aspect is great!

Dean H (nl) wrote: Zombie, cannibal & mad scientist film all in one.

Byron B (de) wrote: When I first saw this, it didn't thrill me. Upon a second viewing, I recognized a higher quality. This is still the only film I've seen starring Susan Hayward. As "bloody Babs, the tiger woman" she gives a wild and snarky performance. Some elements of the movie are strictly from the style of its decade. However, Robert Wise leads the cast and crew to make a film that is ahead of its time in many ways. In the background you see the teen culture emerging. You see the hounding press and public spectacle, not only by newspaper men, but through the new medium of television coverage too. There's a small number of recognizable character actor faces supporting Susan Hayward, but mostly the cast seems to consist of New York theater actors. The jazz soundtrack is amazing and really boosts the camera work with some of its jazzy angles. Wise did in depth research of what death row was like. The final quarter of the movie, when Barbara Graham is awaiting her execution is almost documentary-like. It gets dull with all the waiting. It is torturous to Barbara as her lawyer seeks appeals and is repeatedly granted stays of execution. Perhaps it is the feeling the director was going for, but it is nearly as torturous to the audience watching the minutes tick by without closure of one kind or another. Our antihero had committed a lot of crime in her time, but was she guilty of murder? And is capital punishment the right solution? The movie gives you many things to think about, but doesn't give you clear answers.

Tim M (au) wrote: This very aesthetic portrayal of Post-War Paris slaughterhouses will turn your stomach. The director was right when he said color causes a physical reaction, if this flick wasn't black-and-white it would be incredibly disturbing. The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes was tough to watch, and I stopped watching Earthlings when they got to the cow-flipping-throat-slitter. Without the rivers of crimson, scenes that would be horrific are just fascinating and depressing. The butchers whistle as they go about their business with a hammer and a hacksaw. It's a major bummer, but it's interesting to see how things were done so long ago. Pairs well with Aborted's Archaic Abattoir.

Alex W (fr) wrote: this is fast talking clever writing. It is strange because Cary Grant who is the guy you want to get his girl back but he is a terrible person and the methods he uses to try and get her back are underhanded and backstabbing. I felt sympathetic for Lucy (his almost ex wife) and Ralph (they man who was courting her). I guess you have to have an unconditional love for Cary Grant to enjoy him conniving his way to love. I cant deny the cleverness of the dialogue and some good physical gags but these old comedies never do much for me.

Molly R (ca) wrote: Sounded more interesting than it was.

Mike W (it) wrote: Two best friends fighting each other. Oh My!