Eleven Samurai

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Seth

I didn't like most of the characters in this film. The fight scenes were mostly unimaginative and boring and the acting was, too. Still, it was interesting to see how purpose and honor played out between samaris.

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john

This film, which I have never seen, nor heard of before finding it on Kanopy, is so excellent as to be on an equal level with the original version of the great "Hara-Kiri". I am thrilled to have found it and recommend it to anyone who is even mildly interested in the genre. Do not ...Read more

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