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Bunraku (DVD, 2011)
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A ragtag band of renegades takes on a master warrior and his private army in this stylish action thriller. In the wake of a global war, guns have been outlawed but violence is...Read more
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AMAZING movie!!! Well thought out; completely golden cast and story line. Great quality dvd. This is something I can watch a dozen more times! Read more
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One of THE Best Movies I've seen In a While!
As a fan of Gackt's acting, I decided to watch Bunraku. At first I wasn't sure what to think of the effects at the very beginning, then I got how the whole theme for the set w...Read more

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A ragtag band of renegades takes on a master warrior and his private army in this stylish action thriller. In the wake of a global war, guns have been outlawed but violence is still the way for many, who now do battle with knives or their fists. Nicola (Ron Perlman), nicknamed The Woodcutter, is the most feared and powerful fighter on the East Coast, and he rules his empire with the help of a handful of similarly talented lieutenants, most notably Killer No. 2 (Kevin McKidd). One evening, The Drifter (Josh Hartnett) ambles into a bar in Nicola's village and announces he has a score to settle with the leader, and wants to know who's willing to help kill him. The Drifter's bold request catches the ear of Yoshi (Gackt), a swordsman from Japan who was also done wrong by Nicola and wants justice. Most believe the Drifter and Yoshi have signed their own death warrants by taking on the Woodcutter and his minions, but a few are eager to help them bring down the tyrannical Nicola, including the philosophical Bartender (Woody Harrelson), Alexandra (Demi Moore), a courtesan with an unpleasant history with the tyrant, and Yoshi's uncle (Shun Sugata) and cousin (Emily Kaiho). Written and directed by Israeli filmmaker Guy Moshe, BUNRAKU was an official selection at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.


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Number of Discs:1
Rating:R (MPAA)
Film Country:USA
UPC:796019823487


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Genre:Dramas
Format:DVD

eBay Product ID: EPID109088429
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Totally worth it to watch

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Created: 08/02/12
AMAZING movie!!! Well thought out; completely golden cast and story line. Great quality dvd. This is something I can watch a dozen more times!
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One of THE Best Movies I've seen In a While!

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Created: 15/03/12
As a fan of Gackt's acting, I decided to watch Bunraku. At first I wasn't sure what to think of the effects at the very beginning, then I got how the whole theme for the set was sort of a pop-up storybook effect, so it wasn't supposed to look overly realistic like I hear people complaining about a lot. The acting was pretty good; Gackt has once more made me incredibly happy and the whole cast did a great job. It certainly isn't a movie for everyone, for instance those of you with that 'it has to look realistic to be good' mentality, but if you like movies like sin city I think you'll be able to appreciate Bunraku for what it is. Overall, awesome movie, cool set themes, I highly recommend it.
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This film deserves at least one look!

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Created: 12/03/13
Awesome condition and an excellent film. I saw the movie once when a friend brought it over and just fell in love with it.
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