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Posted April 14, 2003
First seeing the previous stories, it is high-time that we get this artfully executed classic in martial arts on DVD. The Japanese sesnibility permeates this entire film with its steady scenes leading up to an explosion of fantastic fighting and mayhem albeit grounded in a gridy backdrop during the Tokugawa period that makes the film ponderably momentous. The dialogues preceding after each episodic sword-fight foretells the righteousness justifing the slaughter. It is simply good versus evil, in which the good wins out against outrageous numbers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.