The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl (Kunoichi)

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Rina Takeda plays the role of a female ninja named Kisaragi who attempts to rescue a group of women being held captive to become toys for men. The film is set sometime in the Sengoku period, during a time of fierce fighting between the Koga and Iga ninja clans.


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  • Nov 06, 2011
    Seiji Chiba gets a little conservative with <i>The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl</i> and that's where this film suffers.<p>The opening credits is a bit of a sleeper, and by the time they are over there is less than an hour left of film. Granted, the entire film is just over 60 minutes and the plot is barely enough to fill it. The first half an hour is a lot of dialogue used for setting up plot details and characters. A bit much, but things pick up in the second half.</p><p>The martial arts is on the money thanks to some stylized choreography from Kensuke Sonomura. Despite filling a bulk of the final 30 minutes, the film leaves a huge want for more; a lot more.</p><p>Rina Takeda definitely has the moves to pull off some great fights and watching her in action is a plus. Mitsuki Koga proves to be a formidable opponent for her. As for the rest of the cast, they end up falling into the background after the first half.</p><p><i>The Kunoichi: Ninja Girl</i> has the potential to be a lot more. As it is, it is a watchable action piece with an awesome female lead.</p>
    JY S Super Reviewer

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