A talented but troubled Edo Period swordsman, Kanemi Sanzawmon. Three years earlier, Kanemi killed a woman, Renko, the corrupt mistress of the powerful daimyo Tabu Ukyou. Unexpectedly, Kanemi received a lenient sentence for his crime and is allowed to return to his clan after only one year of imprisonment. Following his return, Kanemi is faced with the death of his wife, Mutsue. Thereafter, Kanemi lives with and cares for his wife's niece, Satoo, who has secret affections for Kanemi and expresses them by helping change his bleak outlook on life. Meanwhile, Kanemi's develops his unique "bird-catching" sword technique which he will soon put to test in battle for the first time against the fearsome swordsman, Hayatonosho Obiya.
Writer:Shûhei Fujisawa (based on the novel by), Hidehiro Ito, Itaru Era
A talented but troubled Edo Period swordsman, Kanemi Sanzawmon. Three years earlier, Kanemi killed a woman, Renko, the corrupt mistress of the powerful daimyo Tabu Ukyou. Unexpectedly, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ami J (es) wrote: There was just no thrill! The whole movie was like watching grass grow.
Jen J (nl) wrote: Diversity of thought? Apparently this means: "I can think whatever I want, even if it's completely ignorant and a contradiction of reality." Yep. You sure can. See, I think that the world is actually hollow and there's dinosaurs living inside it. I mean, Jules Verne wrote it, so it must be true. I think I'll make a documentary about my theory and then market it to Republicans.
Bela H (br) wrote: Loved it, did not know this side of cricket
M M (ru) wrote: dai che anche i coreani ogni tanto ce la fanno <3
Peter P (de) wrote: Interesting idea, funny in parts, not so much for most of it though, how the heck did they get Joe Mantegna in this movie, now that is a mystery. The Chris Klein song about love is the best part. Love is like a hurricane, it happens in florida...priceless.
Yesianne R (de) wrote: Tienen que verla. Es muy graciosa, tierna y loca, tal como somos los puertorriqueos.
Wes S (au) wrote: The characters are pretty solid in this version, but the plot isn't anything too special. The characters are memorable, the action is violent (a bit much at times) and the cinematography is neat. It's not a home run action flick, but it can be lots of gritty fun.
Salik Y (au) wrote: Yo must have read the romantic love story of a "couple" in which the guy sells his watch to buy some comb or something for the gal's hair, whereas the gals sells her hair to buy a band for the guy". No, it's not an adoption but it will refeel the sense of love, pride and gift with a majestic mood-creating background score.
Dante V (ag) wrote: Although a shallow film for teens to watch on Date Night in their parents basement, it's great fun for anyone who enjoys a supernatural film. The sets chosen were beautiful and the casting would have been excellent had the acting been sightly better. The greatest weakness in this film was the dialogue. The script was juvenile and lacked intelligence. I think it's worth to watch, but not more than once.
Mikael K (de) wrote: Jean-Luc Godard is one of those legendary directors who's movies have never really gotten through to me. I've found them interesting enough to watch, but they have always left me a bit cold afterwards. So much so that I haven't really followed much of his work in recent years. Nevertheless, Godard's ambitious goal of getting to the core of humanity deserves much praise, even though I don't necessarily understand his style. "Notre Musique" is a fine example of trying to reach the master goal through an uncompromising, almost depressingly heavy analysis of war and the conflict between differring views on life. This project that breaks traditional genre restrictions quite boldly is a welcome opposite to a certain stagnation often connected with films as serious as this. I really wish I would have found even more unique stuff to help me get a grasp of it all. As it is, "Notre Musique" seems to me a great effort, but ultimately a cacophony with too many and too old instruments. Yup, again feeling the cold after 80 interesting minutes.
Omar A (br) wrote: Que malaa!! es tan mala que te da risa!!
Daniel W (fr) wrote: Half a star for Sting, half a star for Goldberg. That's all this film will get from me!
Brandon S (de) wrote: Few films encapsulate a singular idea as beautifully as P.T. Anderson's epic masterpiece MAGNOLIA. It's very simple: this is a perfect film.This movie is quite obviously about mishandled relationships, specifically parents and children. Anderson's opinions on father-son relationships are really fascinating to me. There are very few secure or healthy father-son relationships in Anderson films. Dirk Diggler walks all over his impish, emasculated father in BOOGIE NIGHTS, Daniel Plainview realizes his incapability to choose his son over his own greed in THERE WILL BE BLOOD, and Barry Egan only has female familial relationships in PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE.
Timm S (it) wrote: More A Lame Follow-On To His Naked Gun Acclaim. Nothing New & Things Were A Little Bit More Commerical. It Still Had Some Good Laughs..But Very Few.
Rodney E (br) wrote: You feel scummy watching it, which helps the experience. Obviously the toilet scene is deserving of being the most memorable from this.
Aaron H (mx) wrote: [b][i]:fresh: The Concorde ... Airport '79 [/i][/b]is the last entry in the, in my opinion "great" Airport series, this is one of my favourites in the series, it doesn't deserve the negative critsicm it got and still gets! Underrated film
Dani J (ca) wrote: One of the best I've seen lately. So real.
Louise G (it) wrote: Very badly put together. Shame considering Whittaker & Deniro are excellent actors.