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for whom likes onmyoji studies it is interesting and the only movie Ive found in the area...The main actor is very carismatic too, an excelent actor
Strange but very entertaining.
poor effects, although Sanada and Ito gave a convincing performance.
This movies is made of Magic and Awesome. Full stop,
Something is missing beyond the variable quality of the CGI-effects. What's missing is conviction, a sense that these are real people instead of actors in ornate costumes stepping gingerly through antique sets.
A semi decent period piece. The costumes and sets were wonderful. The acting was mediocre and the pace dragged, but the story itself was very interesting. It just needed to move a little bit faster for my taste.
Often hard to tell if certain very campy aspects - e.g. the looks between Seimei and Hiromasa, the CGI, Doson's maniacal laughing - were intended as half-jokes, or are just really that campy.
Cheesy effects and cheesier characters and plot for a fun japanese flick complete with: evil mad laughter, b-prosthetics zombie, shinto exorcisms, almost crossgendered buddies interplay, butterfly yokai with "mushi"-sized brain. Far from mundane.
mostly plodding along, with too many plot elements that were lost on me on a tired evening. a pity they cast sanada as a villain, however ito stole the show as a pure, upright man.
I really love this film! Think Harry Potter meets The Last Samurai. Not perfect, but a very talented cast who seem to really care about the characters and the story they're telling. Very entertaining.