Former legendary assassin Kenshin Himura has now become a wandering samurai. Offering aid & protecting those in need as atonement for his past deeds. During this time Kenshin Himura comes across and aides Kaoru Kamiya (Emi Takei). Her father opened the Kamiya Kasshin-ryu, a kendo school located in Tokyo and Kaoru is now an instructor there. Kaoru then invites Kenshin to stay at her dojo. Their relationship develops further, but Kenshin is still haunted by his violent past ...
- Category:History, Action, Drama
- Stars:Yû Aoi, Takeru Satô, Teruyuki Kagawa, Emi Takei, Yôsuke Eguchi, Munetaka Aoki, Kôji Kikkawa, Taketo Tanaka, Takeru Satoh,
- Director:Keishi Ohtomo, Keishi ÅŒtomo,
- Writer:Nobuhiro Watsuki (manga), Kiyomi Fujii (screenplay), Keishi Ohtomo (screenplay)
The film tells about a legendary assassin Kenshin Himura late the Mac (Bakumatsu), named Hitokiri Battousai. When Bakumatsu collapse, he disappears with a vow to never let his sword bloodstained again. And then Kenshin becomes a samurai helping and protecting those who need as an act of redemption for past mistakes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rurouni Kenshin torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I struggled with this one. I really wanted to love this movie. It had an interesting premise, a pleasant cast, and a well-designed world. But I found myself growing bored by the second half. And the symbols and messages all seemed pretty heavy-handed. I appreciate it for what it is, but it didn't do all that much for me.
(nl) wrote: Deep breath.Wonderful soundtrack.Zoe Lister Jones & Olivia Thirby = Angels
(es) wrote: In A Late Quartet the music gets personal when a longstanding Fugue String quartet's lives come apart and intersect in melodramatic ways. The performances are outstanding, and it's especially nice to see Christopher Walken once again show off how enormously effective he can be in a straight dramatic role. But the other trio, four if you count Imogen Poots as the daughter, are equally as effective, and lay the foundation of pathos that make the film a compelling watch.
(de) wrote: What a poorly developed, poorly finished film. Wills, Vaughn, and Jones just play terrible copies of better character types from other films of there's and Hall is just goofy in the lead, it's like she's channeling Elizabeth Berkley from Showgirls with out any of the edge or sex appeal... like the movie it's just sad
(jp) wrote: an interesting movie about the 2 parking enforcement officers and they're dull dull lives in the city of LA. i like that the movie is set in the 'real' LA; the LA area that locals in the grind have to deal with everyday: the cold buildings, wide streets, emptiness. i like the way the movie made me feel. its odd in a schizo kind of way. nice movie to watch by urself.
(au) wrote: Muito bom, muito original e divertido. As vantagens que 20cm podem trazer (ou no... :) )
(kr) wrote: This movie was honestly the most horrible movie I have ever seen. My eyes were glued to the screen in hopes that something would change and make the movie better or that it would soon be over. Neither one of those came true. The best part of the movie was seeing Nicolas Cage as acid yellow which was absurd.
(mx) wrote: Ah the B-movie. If there we ever a thing in cinema that could be dubbed a guilty pleasure, its this. The truth is that Bats could easily have been Arachniphobia, Snakes on a Plane or Eight Legged Freaks! and you wouldn't really notice much difference. This is mainly because they essentially all centre around the same core premise: animals with a slightly sinister reputation become mutated by a Promethean scientist and besiege an isolated small town, only to be eventually stopped by a scientist/feminist figure, a working class diamond in the rough and a comic relief who just so haoppens to be afraid of said creature. Despite a fairly strong effort by Dina Meyer (who this time manages to go a whole movie without getting naked) and a totally believable performance by Leon, the film can not escape its deep genre-confined script and thus is never anything more than a by-the-numbers affair. Lou Diamond Philips in particular feels about as realistic as a Ken doll and at no point is the audience ever led to believe that he may not make it out alive (the premise which made Deep Blue Sea so refreshing could really have helped here). As with most genre films, the special effects remain the biggest draw and the hideously vampiric bats do successfully satisfy in the creepiness department. Beyond that, Bats stands as nothing more than a time filler. Genre fans may want to watch it if they haven't already but newcomers are better advised to skip straight to Aranchniphobia, Evolution or the far superior Tremors.
(it) wrote: Dull and unfunny mom and dad is one of the worst comedies of the 90's even for the early 90's yet it isn't as bad as problem child bad acting no point why was this movie ever made the story was bad the and plot is terrible. although the visuals are ok its a waste of your time
(ru) wrote: I was all excited to see this movie especially because of its cast. Instead I found myself fast forwarding it a lot and not into it. There were 1 or 2 scenes in this movie that seemed like exact scenes between Steve Carell & Ryan Gosling's characters in the 2011 movie "Crazy, Stupid, Love" . I wonder if Crazy, Stupid, Love took scenes and inspiration from this movie?
(fr) wrote: The man with the iron fists is a messy, dumb but entertaining and energetic kung fu homage with cool action and hip hop soundtrack.