Posted on April 15, 2010 | Movie Review
Title : Ninja Assasin
Release Date : 26 November 2009 (Indonesia) (Warner Bros Pictures)
Starring : Rain, Naomie Harris, Sho Kosugi, Sung Kang
Director : James McTeigue
Raizo (Rain), an orphan who was raised and trained by Nine Klan from small to become a killer (ninja). Together with other children who also participated in the clan, from childhood they were taught to remove the teacher they call a “weakness” (hungry, thirsty, the pain, love), and accuracy in action. Violence, every day to accompany them. They are still kids pitted one another until all bloody like a real battle. Their teachers (Ozunu) (Sho Kosugi) did not hesitate to injure the body of his protege who was a child if they lose or make mistakes, even if they are traitors to be killed (out of the clan). In performing their duties later killings, there can be no mistake. They are taught to use weapons of ninja swords and other equipment, how to “see” without eyes (to fight in the dark), using the darkness of which the hiding place, slipped in unnoticed one, etc.. But Raizo apparently still has a heart and think that it is not life as he wanted, then he betrays from his clan and his clan are planning to fight alone.
Additional Notes: Too much blood in this film, and by the end of the movie that came out blood effects seem a bit excessive. And slow-motion scenes when Raizo against all ninja from his clan’s highly unusual probe, seems to be more “beautiful” if the effect of slightly reduced blood splashes. Too much violence in this film (17 +). And about the storyline, no comment, which obviously is not too convoluted.
April 15, 2010 |
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