Rurôni Kenshin: Meiji kenkaku roman tan (Rurouni Kenshin) Reviews
ps. Oh other aspect is great also, story [first 2 arcs in manga] Scene, music all great., Must watch.
Now my opinion of the movie it self is this is another anime manga based movie which has taken a completely different turn but still retains the story of the original series which has succeeded to amaze fans new and old but although this movie is great and all, it suffers major flaws.
The main actor is played by Takeru SatÅ?.
The Cast is very good.
One Ok Rock does the main song.
It's almost 2 hours.
Awesome Fight scenes done by Takeru.
Soundtrack is very beautiful.
2 more movies already out in Japan
the story is messed up, Jinei wasn't the Battousai at any point in the anime and only had 2 episodes.
The Oniwaban Ninjas have no involvement in the movie (hennya is in the movie bit was unnecessary).
Most of the significant characters like Yahiko isn't really in the movie.
SanÅ?sake Sagara doesn't follow the anime story so doesn't explain how he got to who he is now.
Kaoru isn't like the anime and is rather a weaker character in this one.
Hajime SaitÅ? is brought in too early.
Without the flaws, the movie is worth a watch and I give it 4/5 because it doesn't let me do 3 1/2 /5
Adapting an anime into a live-action flick was a risky endevour, as several of the characters were meant to display superhuman-esque abilities, but the film delivered in creating a realistic take on the action sequences, though ironically, the film was marred by the odd-casting choices of other supporting characters.
The film works wonderfully whether you know the story from the manga or not. The acting was very good, capturing the essence of every character well. The action sequences looked to be carefully choreographed and were executed fantastically. The direction and cinematography were stellar. This was a wildly entertaining film I will watch many times again in the future.