Wrath of the Ninja: The Yotoden Movie (1989)

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In the year 1580, a man named Lord Nobunaga Oda sends hoards of unholy armies across Japan, slaying all who stand in their way. A young ninja escapes her villages' destruction with a short ... See full summary »


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Directors:

Toshiyuki Sakurai , Osamu Yamasaki

Writers:

Shô Aikawa (screenplay), Takeshi Narumi (screenplay)

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13 February 2001 | extremezero
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| One of the most un-credited great films. . .
After reading more than my fair share of reviews for a vast number of different movies I have noticed a certain trend, people judge to harshly on what the expected to see. I figure if you go into a movie open-minded not expecting anything certain than you will have better feelings towards it then if you try and watch but have pre-created standards you want it to reach.

Since I try not to be hypocritical I watched this movie with a very clean slate and open-mind, and was very much pleased. Since it is not a mainstream title or award winning for that matter I did not know quite what to expect, but in all truth I enjoyed it a good deal more than Ninja Scroll. Lovely animation, deep story, and the always joyful ninja hack-n-slashing combined extremely well to one of my personal favorite animes ever made.

I am not promising that you will enjoy it, but just give it a chance and you may come out with a pleasant surprise.

  • "Before speaking, be sure of what you will say will be more beautiful than the silence" - Chinese proverb

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Release Date:

27 May 1989

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan

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