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Based on the Manga series of the same name by Hiroaki Samura, Blade stars Takuya Kimura (Love and Honour) as Manji, a highly skilled samurai, who becomes cursed with immortality after a legendary battle. Haunted by the brutal murder of his sister, Manji knows that only fighting evil will regain him his soul. He promises to help a young girl named Rin (Hana Sugisaki) avenge her parents, who were killed by a group of master swordsmen led by ruthless warrior Anotsu (Sôta Fukushi).
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Based on the Manga series of the same name by Hiroaki Samura, Blade stars Takuya Kimura (Love and Honour) as Manji, a highly skilled samurai, who becomes cursed with immortality after a legendary battle. Haunted by the brutal murder of his sister, Manji knows that only fighting evil will regain him his soul. He promises to help a young girl named Rin (Hana Sugisaki) avenge her parents, who were killed by a group of master swordsmen led by ruthless warrior Anotsu (Sôta Fukushi). The mission will change Manji in ways he could never imagine...
Perhaps to avoid confusing this new Blade of the Immortal anime with previous adaptations, it has the new subtitle IMMORTAL, making the Japanese title of this new anime Mugen no Jyuunin -IMMORTAL- (The Inhabitant of Infinity -IMMORTAL-).
Blade of the Immortal (Japanese: 無限の住人, Hepburn: Mugen no jūnin) is a 2017 samurai action film starring Takuya Kimura and Hana Sugisaki and directed by Takashi Miike. It is based on the successful manga series by Hiroaki Samura. The narrative focuses on the immortal samurai Manji (Kimura) who becomes the bodyguard of an orphan teenager named Rin Asano (Sugisaki) as they go on a journey of vengeance against the members of the Ittō-ryū samurais who killed the child's parents.
52 years later: Manji is now an ageless immortal, who is approached by a young girl named Rin Asano who requests his aid as a bodyguard to help avenge the death of her father, Kurose, at the hands of Kagehisa Anotsu and the Ittō-ryū, a society of samurai assassins whom he leads. While Manji reluctantly agrees when a Ittō-ryū member Sabato Kuroi who had the severed head of Rin's mother mounted on his left shoulder. Word of Sabato's death reaches Kagehisa after setting up the Ittō-ryū's contract with Kagimura Habaki for a place in the shogunate, sending Taito Magatsu to deal with Rin and her bodyguard.
Magatsu is defeated, but is spared as he reveals Manji's immortality to the other Ittō-ryū members. Manji later encounters the Ittō-ryū member Eiku Shizuma, but is defeated. Manji and Rin later arrive in Fukagawa where they encounter Kagehisa's loyal follower Makie Otono-Tachibana. While Makie had the upper hand, she cannot not bring herself to kill Manji. She reveals that she has been wondering if she is fighting for the right cause and that she has thought of leaving the group. Rin intervenes, telling her that she seeks vengeance because of the death of his parents whom she loved and Makie leaves them quietly.
Critics focused on the large amount of action. Jordan Hoffman of The Guardian gave the film four stars out of five, noting that "the fun really shines when the film revels in the outlandish weapons: enormous double-pronged swords, an axe that looks more like a sharp anvil, blades attached to staffs, blades attached to chains, shurikens for all occasions, etc." "if you are going to see one outlandish and occasionally nauseating bloodbath samurai pic this year, this is the one" Harry Windsor of The Hollywood Reporter found the film to be "less memorable" than 13 Assassins, but that "there are still pleasures to be had, particularly for those fond of long but expertly choreographed sword fights with regular, and bloody, dismemberments." Variety described as a departure from Miike's previous samurai films as a result of the notable gore while also praising the large amount of fights. The plot was noted to take advatange of supernatural elements in order to focus on battles with the writer describing the film as a chanbara genre.
Another comparison based on Manji's supernatural powers was made by Blu Ray but rather than Logan, the 1986 Highlander film due to the portrayal of immortal fighters. Japan Times highly praised Kimura's work for his emotional and physical scenes despite not being at his prime in the film, comparing him to Tom Cruise. Although IGN criticized Manji's and Rin's journey for being an excuse to battle a large amount of characters, the reviewer enjoyed their relationship, comparing them to Logan like The Guardian while also being selfaware of the idea of revenge.
Manji is a samurai who was been cursed with immortality by a strange old woman who gave him blood worms after he was mortally wounded in a battle. These cause any wounds to quickly heal; even severed limbs can be reattached. Fifty years later he meets Rin Asano a girl who wants revenge on those who murdered her parents; he accepts her request for help. Her targets are Anotsu Kagehisa and his Itto-ryu school of samurai. One by one he hunts them down. Before they face Anotsu they will have numerous battles; often against overwhelming odds.This, the hundredth film from Japanese director Takashi Miike, is based on a manga series of the same name which was previously turned into an anime series... I haven't read the manga but I've seen the anime a few times and think this compares well. Obviously it can't include as much but the story remains solid and there is plenty of action. This is quite violent but isn't disturbing; it certainly isn't anywhere near as extreme as some of his other works. The action is stylish and well shot; much of it taking place in impressively scenic locations. The cast is solid; most notably Takuya Kimura, Hana Sugisaki and Sota Fukushi as Manji, Rin and Anotsu respectively. The characters are good; even the villain has an understandable motive for what he does. Overall I'd certainly recommend this to fans of samurai films.These comments are based on watching the film in Japanese with English subtitles.
Based on a popular manga, the (allegedly) 100th feature by prolific gonzo Japanese filmmaker Miike (Ichi the Killer) is an irreverent swordfighting epic with no shortage of expertly choreographed duels and extreme violence. Burdened with immortality, samurai Manji (pop idol Takuya Kimura) must avenge his sister in a series of standoffs with master assassins, taking a young girl under his wing (Hana Sugisaka) who also seeks justice. A Magnet Releasing release 041b061a72