Tuesday, December 24, 2013



The outcast Kai (Reeves), illegitimate son of a British sailor and a Japanese peasant woman, joins a group of ronin, led by Kuranosuke Oishi (Sanada), who seeks vengeance on Lord Kira (Asano), a ruthless man who killed their master and banished the group. The ronin embark on a journey with challenges that would defeat most warriors.


So basically I watched this movie few days ago, before that I was so intrigued by its trailer.

This trailer showcased its variant colours and epic shots and graphics in the movie.
But after I watched it, I was pretty damn disappointed to 47 Ronin this movie.
Well, this movie is expected, is like you can see what it is coming at the end, (well it is based on the history in Japan last time anyway). Besides that, the line for the actor is a little too cheesy, seriously. I mean.... well, to be honest, if they change the language to what the actor can speak more fluently, I bet the movie will goes much better. Not to be racist, but the way they acted it just a little awkward. Another point, the story plot just feels like there is nothing to be grasp to the audience, the twist is not epic enough, the cinematic is not well planned. Sorry. The graphics of movie definitely takes my breathe away, but just not the plot. Oh well.

On the other hand, I was really hyped up by the fact that ZOMBIE BOY - Rick Genest acting as Savage

But wow, his scene is not even longer that 5 minutes? Good job! He even has his own poster, wow.

Movie Rating: 5.5/10

1 comment:

Thomas Watson said...

The only thing the filmmakers had to do was follow the Ronin story – it’s a great, heroic, tragic tale of banished warriors avenging the death of their leader. They didn’t need to change anything because the material was gold by itself.

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