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Inu Yasha The Movie 3 - Swords of an Honorable Ruler

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2013

    one of my favorites

    one of my favorites

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Enjoyed This Very Much!!!!

    Well, this was a good movie I suppose. The beginning when InuYasha was posessed to Kagome saving him was the only part that held my attention. The plot was brilliant, but it just wasn't my kind of movie. If you like lots of fighting and blood, this is the one to watch out of the 4 movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Crouching tiger hidden Inuyasha?

    The movie starts out with a beautifully animated birth of Inuyasha and all the interiorities of the death of his father who remains mysterious and almost godlike in the fact that they never mention his name or show his face strait on. This movie does a good job at telling the back ground story. You have the ability to see the movie and even if you've never seen a single episode you can still understand the basic story line. This is not the most romantic movie in the series unlike the first two. The love story is more of an unconditional love instead of the "you're my friend... oh yea I Love You... Hug." This is probably because the original audience is a little bit older and more mature now. The heroine, Kagome, explains that she just wants to be with Inuyasha, and that is why she fights the wickedness of the world. There are beautiful fight scenes that resemble the movie "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" only in animation. This movie is a nice break from the episodes and there drawn out story. Nobody says anything about Naraku or the Jewel Shards. And there is no random appearance of Inuyasha's lost love Kikyo. The English dubers got kind of lazy on this movie. If you've seen Inuyasha's father in Japanese, you've seen him in english. The timings just not right. But this problem doesn't take away from the overall appeal of the movie. This is a good movie for anime fans, or for anyone who has ever seen an episode of Inuyasha and liked it.

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