Sword For Truth (1990)

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When master swordsman Shuransuke Sakaki refuses to be cowed by the clans populating ancient feudal Japan, he chooses a lonely and dangerous path to tread, indeed. Eventually Sakaki is hired to rescue the beautiful Princess Mayu from a team of ninja bandits, but his employers leave out an important detail -- in order to find her, he must battle the spirits of hell first. Sword for Truth was directed by Osamu Dezaki. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Animation , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
Manga Entertainment

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December 23, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Sword For Truth

This movie is good, but it has some problems: - it's too short. - it's english dubbing is average at best. - that one villain named Dogan who fought Shura, was killed off screen. We never see Dogan truly die. WTF? - it ends on a cliffhanger. It has no conclusion, there's another villain that is shown in the movie, but he is never introduced. This movie would be longer and better. - The main character (I call him Shura) never gives a reason why he killed his parents. - The princess's servants are morons. - Shura doesn't take the money he was rewarded by the princess's servants. That's stupid. ------------------------------------------------------------- Despite these problems, this movie is worth checking out. It's good and way better than "Ninja Cadets." 8/10

Peter Robbins
Peter Robbins

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