Musashi (2003– )

TV Series   |  Adventure, Drama, Romance


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Orphaned when he was not yet ten, Musashi grows up skilled in the martial arts. During the Battle of Sekigahara, he fights on the side of the losing Toyotomi forces, but eludes the enemy as... See full summary »


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9 October 2018 | grendelum
9
| Such good drama...
In the days of shows like Spartacus: Blood and Sand that's like violence porn (I quite liked the show but the violence and sex were showcased HEAVILY), Musashi is a family friendly drama that gets it right in so many ways. While there is plenty of sword fighting, there's little if any blood, yet it doesn't feel fake. There are lovers yet no sex scenes. Despite this, it is an engrossing series full of sadness, joy, anger and frustration acted brilliantly by the cast... Matahachi's mother will drive you crazy !! It will get you so interested in Shinmen Takezo (Musashi Miyamoto) that you'll find yourself looking into him more. The series isn't complete in that it covers only a portion of his life, yet it's enough to get you interested. I can't recommend this series enough... the Ennio Maricone score is beautiful, the costumes and makeup as well and the acting truly excellent.

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