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Jean Walton over 1 year ago
The precurser to the spaghetti western is about just as epic. Mifune>Eastwood.
Fernando Olivas over 1 year ago
Guy turns warring town into a graveyard.... For a fistful of Yen
Davis Keck over 3 years ago
The framing, the music, the action. 50+ years haven't made this any less gripping.
Gabi Dincă over 4 years ago
Another classic from Kurosawa
Ryan Boucher 5 years ago
Great soundtrack, great camera angles, great all around.
Austin 5 years ago
Another classic genre film from Akira Kurosawa.
JustinMFnTime almost 6 years ago
Great Film. Classic black and white. Awesome plot and well done.
Kraig Brachman over 6 years ago
Inspired a first full of dollars. Fist full of dollars is better, but check this out too
Matteo Satta 9 months ago
W.J.R.? over 1 year ago
Logan West 2 years ago
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Sohom Chakrabarty over 2 years ago
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Davide MrBlonde almost 3 years ago
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Sina Bakhshandeh over 4 years ago
Jonathan Deng almost 5 years ago
Yojimbo (用心棒, Yōjinbō) is a 1961 jidaigeki (period drama) film directed by Akira Kurosawa. It tells the story of a ronin (masterless samurai), portrayed by Toshirō Mifune, who arrives in a small town where competing crime lords make their money from gambling. In Japanese 'Yojimbo' means 'Bodyguard'. A ronin convinces each of two crime lords, Seibei and Ushitora, to hire him as protection from the other. The samurai, in the end pretending to be on Ushitora's side, convinces Ushitora to attack. After a series of battles in which most of the henchmen on both sides are killed but Ushitora is ultimately victorious, the survivors are then killed by the ronin. The title of the film translates as "bodyguard". The ronin calls himself Kuwabatake Sanjuro (meaning "Mulberry Field thirty-year-old"), which he seems to make up while looking at a mulberry field by the town. Thus, the character can be viewed as an early example of the "Man with No Name" (other examples of which appear in a number of...
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