In this interview, Lee talks about various topics such as racism, martial arts, languages, his philosophy and his expectations about the future.
Love when a cultural icon divulges about their opinions and meanings about life and all of its experiences!
Have No Fear, It's the Comedy Smash of the Year!
One of my favorite childhood movies I love Rudy Ray Moore Plan on watching them all
This acclaimed documentary follows the lives of a group of "Little Warrior Monks" who live in the famous Shaolin Temple and practice the highest form of martial arts known to man.
Excellent! thank you.
An unknown time. An unknown place. Without reasons. With no future. His only desire is... Destruction!
If the character roles were clearer I would have understood the ending better. I did enjoy the journey because i was waitng for the clarity.
Living the American Dream
Thanks for this - what amazing drive and lightness he has!
A young Japanese orphan, and her mystical friend, exact poetic justice on a malevolent samurai lord.
The subtle inclusion of animation within this film is creative, smart and sharp. This simple story of avenging a relative drips with originality. The supernatural elements within this movie are a respectful nod to Japanese culture while also seeming new and interesting.
This movie stars Tak Sakaguchi. That should really be all that needs to be said. Also 4 songs from Dir En Grey.
The movie is visually beautiful, though bleak. Not everything is explained thoroughly, but that doesn't tend to bother me. The fight choreography is great with that bit of fun that Tak always brings to the party. It's relatively low on the gore by modern Japanese standards, though..
Overall, if you like dark and violent Japanese movies, don't pass this one by.
Fate allows no compromises.
t morning with the shore to the west and the ocean to the east, the opponent was partially "blinded" by the rising morning sun. With this advantage, Musashi was able to prevail. This short INDIE should entice the viewer to watch "The Samurai Trilogy" in it's entirety.
--Jimmy Li 5.30.14