|Original Name||浪客劍心: 傳說落幕篇|
|Official Release Date||Feb 26, 2015|
|Starring||Takeru Sato, Emi Takei, Yu Aoi|
|Audio||Digital Dolby Surround 5.1|
|Running Time||134 Mins|
Not suitable for young persons and children.
為了擊敗志志雄真實密謀推翻新政府的野心，劍心從東京來到京都與志志雄及旗下之十本刃劍客面對面對決，可是原來志志雄故佈疑陣，他的侵襲地點原來是東京， 他的戰艦亦開往東京途中。為了救回神谷薰（武井咲飾），劍心墮海漂流到一個沙灘，劍心被比古清十郎所救並授以劍心新劍術，另一方面，志志雄真實得知劍心還 未死去，立即派遣被他控制的新政府成員追殺劍心，在連場激戰下，劍心如何以不殺誓言面對敵人？
In the cliffhanger-ending of the second movie, Kyoto Inferno (hyperlink), we saw Kenshin Himura reunited with his master who subsequently hides him from bad guy Shishio's henchmen. As is custom in all martial arts movies, our hero needs to learn a final technique, gain insight into his personality and generally level up in order to stand a chance against his opponents. Once we get past the training part, it is time for Kenshin to gather his friends and confront the villains once and for all.
The whole series culminates into one big final showdown, with all the champions on both sides lining up to duel each other to the death. As it was the case with the first two movies, the choreography of these fight scenes is remarkable, especially considering that most of the cast has no martial arts background. Frantic and with some acrobatics thrown in for good measure, the action is quick paced but still easy to follow.
Shot back-to-back with the second entry in the Rurouni Kenshin live-action trilogy, this movie ends the New Kyoto Arc from the original anime series and was the number one box office for four weeks in Japan.
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