Red Sun (1972)

Red Sun

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In what was billed as "The First East-Meets-West Western," Toshiro Mifune plays Kuroda, a samurai warrior who accompanies a Japanese diplomat to the United States. The diplomat has brought with him a golden, jewel-encrusted sword to present as a token of good will to the president, but as they travel by train through the west, they're ambushed by a pair of outlaws, Gauche (Alain Delon) and Link (Charles Bronson). Gauche and Link steal the sword, but Link leans the hard way about his partner's … More

Rating: PG
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Art House & International
Directed By:
Written By: Lawrence Roman, W. Roberts, Laird Koenig, William Roberts, Denne Bart Petitclerc
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On DVD: Jul 8, 1997
Runtime:

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Critic Reviews for Red Sun

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | November 21, 2008
Variety
Top Critic

Red Sun is a perfectly enjoyable, character-driven adventure.

Full Review… | November 19, 2010
sbs.com.au

August 1, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Full Review… | August 12, 2003
Film4

Audience Reviews for Red Sun

½

It's a fun western movie. The thing that made, Red Sun, don't be so good is the cliche of the tough guy, that is Charles Bronson. The story: original, screenplay: full of action, but commit some flaw. Terence Young's direction is weak, and Toshiro Mifune looks like the only thing that save Red Sun. Good film...

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

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If theres one thing worse than dodging ruthless criminals, blood-thirsty Indians, and a crazy blonde hooker....its themselves! An unlikley pair must team-up in order to get the same thing....revenge and loot! A perfectly acted, bloody tale that'll leave you breathless. Just wonderful!

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Corey Wood

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½

All-star, fitfully entertaining Western has an interesting premise - samurai vs. cowboys - but ultimately wastes the considerable talents of the great Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune. Charles Bronson has another of those offbeat-character parts that he underplays into a leading role.

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Dean McKenna

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