Six-String Samurai (1998)
as Voice of Death
as The Kid
as Cantina Owner
as Ward Cleaver
as Russian General
as Little Man
as Car Guy
as Head Pin Pal
as Harriet Cleaver
Critic Reviews for Six-String Samurai
'Vegas needs a new king.' That, right there, is all you need to know plotwise of this ridiculously fun no-budget actioner.
Will remain an obscure and sequel-less cult classic, having achieved that status out of sheer weirdness rather than greatness.
So here's two good performers and a good idea, gorgeous camera work....and nothing else. The idea was funny but I thought it was executed poorly at times.
Lance Mungia's high energy genre soup is a hoot, a low budget indie action film that embraces its limitations with a spare grunge-chic look...
Audience Reviews for Six-String Samurai
Samurai and rock musician Buddy (martial artist Jeffery Falcon, a dead ringer for Buddy Holly) travels the post-apocalyptic wasteland, heading to Vegas with the other rock and rollers in a bid to assume the throne left vacant by the dead Elvis. In terms of the setting and concept, this blazingly original and well-crafted movie is so different and unique that you desperately want to fall in love with it, but the layers upon layers of stylization are just so damn thick you end up feeling alienated from the world rather than drawn inside it. Lots of people fall in love anyway, and it's worth taking a chance for fans of cult movies.
It's The Road Warrior Picture Show with a Buddy Holly doing his best Toshiro Mifune starring in a Sergio Leone gang picture set in a fantasy future, directed with the flash of a Hong Kong action flick and the nice and slow style of a samurai film and I was still bored
This movie is a wonderful experience - the cinematography is stunning, the fights exquisite and the music perfect. One of the most enjoyable theatrical experiences of all time; I'd recommend it to anyone with an open mind about movies.
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