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    Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]

    In this movie, crafty聽jaded samurai Sanjuro聽helps a young man and his fellow clansmen weed out their clan's evil influences, and in the process turns聽their image of a proper samurai on its ear.
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  • Actors of "Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]"

  • Characters of "Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]"

    Sanj. Character of Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]
  • Directors of "Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]"

    Akira Kurosawa. Director of Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]
    Akira Kurosawa
    Birthdate: 23 March 1910, Tokyo, Japan
  • Creators of "Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]"

    Ry没z么 Kikushima. Director of Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]
    Ry没z么 Kikushima
    Birthdate: 28 January 1914, Japan
    Hideo Oguni. Director of Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]
    Hideo Oguni
    Birthdate: 9 July 1904, Aomori, Japan
  • Critic Reviews of "Sanjuro [Sub: Eng]"

    Chicago Reader
    August 07, 2012

    This is fun but, compared with Kurosawa's other 60s efforts, relatively slight.

    March 26, 2009

    The charm of this fascinating Toho production, stylishly directed by Akira Kurosawa, is the personality of the hero, powerfully played by Toshiro Mifune.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    Kurosawa was pressured by his producers into directing this sequel to Yojimbo, and rose to the occasion by making his funniest and least overtly didactic film

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    A surprising, fetching, beautifully made film that fitly propounds the lesson of his own professionalism: 'Never send a boy to do a man's work.'

    TV Guide
    August 07, 2012

    Technically, the film is one of Kurosawa's most impressive, featuring some superbly staged sword battles and exceptional use of complex widescreen compositions.

    Empire Magazine
    August 07, 2012

    Satirical Samurai action of the highest order.

    Slant Magazine
    April 20, 2011

    The relative linearity of the film can't help but come as something of a disappointment after the feast of Yojimbo.

    Groucho Reviews
    March 28, 2010

    Rather than simply repeating the successful formula of Yojimbo, which incorporated humor but largely played it straight, Sanjuro flips the script for a largely comic action picture punctuated by a dark, rug-yanking conclusion. [Blu-ray]
    May 28, 2009

    a textbook on widescreen composition.

    Old School Reviews
    February 05, 2007

    For escapist fare, this ranks highly

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    July 23, 2006

    Mifune's smashing performance is the force that makes it all work so well.

    Austin Chronicle
    October 01, 2003

    Mifune's disheveled samurai is an almost cartoonlike send-up of the established samurai image.

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