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Nearly 140 years ago, in the last days of the Shoguns, there was a man known as 'Battosai the Killer,' feared as the most powerful assassin. He was faster than a god, stronger than a demon, and had a leading spirit of the Meiji Restoration. In a flash he downs any number of opponents. Once he pulled out his sword, nobody survived against him. As the war ended and the new Meiji era came, Battosai vanished from the world. The only thing that remained was his legend.

10 years later, a man appeared in a world still in disarray. His name is Kenshin Himura, a wanderer who saves people with a back-blade sword that cannot kill. This is Battosai the Killer, who has taken a pledge never to kill again. In order to bring peace to the world so that his loved ones can live safely. Now Kenshin's battle begins!

Man and Weapon

Two People Stood, One Crouching Behind the Other

Dead Bodies Lying on the Floor Behind Kenshin

studio:
Warner Home Video
Director:
Keishi Ohtomo
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Takeru Satô
Subtitle Languages:

English

Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free
Brand:
Warner Bros.

Rurouni Kenshin - Steelbook Edition

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

Nearly 140 years ago, in the last days of the Shoguns, there was a man known as 'Battosai the Killer,' feared as the most powerful assassin. He was faster than a god, stronger than a demon, and had a leading spirit of the Meiji Restoration. In a flash he downs any number of opponents. Once he pulled out his sword, nobody survived against him. As the war ended and the new Meiji era came, Battosai vanished from the world. The only thing that remained was his legend.

10 years later, a man appeared in a world still in disarray. His name is Kenshin Himura, a wanderer who saves people with a back-blade sword that cannot kill. This is Battosai the Killer, who has taken a pledge never to kill again. In order to bring peace to the world so that his loved ones can live safely. Now Kenshin's battle begins!

Man and Weapon

Two People Stood, One Crouching Behind the Other

Dead Bodies Lying on the Floor Behind Kenshin

studio:
Warner Home Video
Director:
Keishi Ohtomo
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Takeru Satô
Subtitle Languages:

English

Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free
Brand:
Warner Bros.

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the story continues

Excellent movie it will have a part 2 in cinemas in August : "Ruroni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno" and a part 3 in September. Hope zavvi will have steelbook for these parts.

Rurouni Kenshin - Steelbook Edition

Took a flyer with this one. Knew nothing about it. Got it from Zavvi when it was a pre order because I liked the steelbook artwork. I am so happy that I did. It is a fantastic film, great story, great acting, great characters, great cinematography, really really great fight choreography. In fact pretty much everything about this film is great. The steelbook artwork on the front is very nice, but would have been better if it had some embossing or debossing. The back is plain & frankly disappointing. The disc has top notch visual/audio quality, but no extras save for a trailer. But do not let that detract from a truly excellent film. If you love Asian cinema then this is a must, if not then give it a go & you won't be disappointed.

SILENT GEM

i purchased this on a blind buy as id never seen this before but am fond of movies in this genre, the basic plot line is a samurai has finished his tore in the wars and nows roams the streets as a loaner, until he visits a certain village where a drug dealer is making life difficult for the public,even though the story is simple its beautifully shot and theirs plenty of slicing and dicing sword action, overall a good purchase but this was let down by a poor steelbook weekly made and the artwork is no excistent except from the front, my advice by it for the movie and not the steelbook...