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The real point of the film seems to be the poster image of a battle-ready Tom Cruise waving a sword and all decked out in gleaming red-and-black samurai armor.

September 24, 2007 Full Review Source: | Comments (4)



Aaron Barlow

The real point of your self-appointment as a film critic is to display your low IQ and complete inability to grasp even the simplest of cultural/political themes. The real point of the film is the clash of traditonal Japan and the modernising West. It is artfuly crafted with great acting and a poignant reverence for the honour and beauty inherent old Japan. Budo is the way of the warrior, something many young gutless cowardly aimless youths nowadays could benefit from. Please spare the online community your feeble efforts at something you're no good at and go back to serving fries.

Dec 12 - 05:47 PM

- Z Bunny -.

- Z Bunny -

Actually the REAL point is to make as much money as possible for as long as possible from the movie. Everything else is an after thought.

Feb 2 - 07:37 AM

Lord Naseby

Lord Naseby

you can't blame it though. that's the point of 99.999% of the movies these days

Feb 20 - 08:30 PM

Lord Naseby

Lord Naseby

also Pixiarian, just because someone disagrees with you doesn't mean that they are only fit to serve fries.

Feb 20 - 08:31 PM

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