Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto

Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto

Struggling to elevate himself from his low caste in 17th century Japan, Mayamoto trains to become a mighty samurai warrior.

With his closest friend, Matahachi, Takezo (the town's wild, orphan kid) leaves his village to join an army on its way to battle. After their side loses, they seek shelter in the isolated ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto torrent reviews

Mark S (ag) wrote: "My research has led me to believe."... "I have become convinced..." is all the evidence Foster Gamble offers for the conspiracy theories and bogus science presented in this movie. Gamble assures "free energy" is available now from "torus" based devices, but the technology is suppressed by a small group of elite conspirators who seek world domination. And yet, later when he shows glimpses of the world we could create by defeating them, it is one in which energy is being generated by windmill farms and solar panels. The conspirators also suppresses the truth about aliens from across the galaxy who visit us and leave messages in crop circles. It's hard to imagine Foster and his cohorts actually believe all this, but his agenda is unclear. What intrigues me are specific political actions advocated to foil the conspiracy -- such as getting rid of the Federal Reserve, etc. Who is behind this film and what do they stand for?

sa H (ru) wrote: My heart broke as I watched this movie, and I saw the poor children. What stayed with me was when the police came to the house after Rick and his wife had had an argument. No one cared about the, then, young son who obviously did not know what to do with himself. He cried and was left to take care of himself, and to comfort himself too, as his parents were too busy arguing. I really hope the boys are well today and live in a loving environment.

Riley H (kr) wrote: Too much emphasis on a stupid plot to be a successful avant garde film and too avant garde to be any kind of an action movie. Beautiful to look at. Tons of interesting ideas. Boring. Over-long. The climax is like the most bizarre version of "Man with the Golden Gun" imaginable.

Aaron G (au) wrote: It's like Kevin Smith took everything he has to say about dating and dropped it into this meandering thesis paper on relationships. His best movie.

Jos M (ca) wrote: Charlot asesino en serie, inusual personaje para Chaplin

Stephen B (ca) wrote: It's an ok film a cop gone bad but it works out alright in the end

ScubaSteve Walter M (nl) wrote: Probably the worst CG movie out there, graphics is as dead as the zombies.

Kenny W (es) wrote: This remake was very well done, though some see it as a cheap rip off.