Goemon Ultimate Box

Goemon Ultimate Box

Blu-ray Region A

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Official Release Date Oct 09, 2009
Starring Yosuke Eguchi, Takako Ohsawa, Ryoko Hirosue, Gorie With Jasmine & Joann, Jun Kaname, Tetsuji Tamayama, Hashinosuke, Masato Ibu, Eiji Okuda
Screen Format 16:9 Wide Screen
Audio Japanese Dolby TrueHD 6.1ch
Subtitles Japanese
Year 2009
Running Time 128 minutes
Genre Japanese Movie
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0002779653
Catalog No.  SDB-F5619
Item Code  4988135716897


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Kamiron (38) on 28, Dec. 2009 18:57 (HKT)
Good movie, fantastic presentation
The picture and sound quality on this movie is just stunning, and a real showpiece for your blu-ray player, though it is a little unfortunate that it lacks english subtitles.
Kazuaki Kiriya comes in for his second feature film, following Casshern. While he has refined his technique, Goemon falls into the same traps as first outing.
The casting of Goemon was spot-on, with performances as you'd expect in a CG laiden Japanese action blockbuster. Something that might throw fans of the historical action genre is the ultra-modernized styling of its non-fictional historical subject matter. The dialogue is delivered in a modern tongue, and with elaborate Australian costume design, the movie takes on a very game/anime feel. Interesting, but it might throw some viewers.
What turned me off the movie to a certain extent was the super-saturated colour pallette. Those who have seen Casshern will know exactly what I'm referring to.
Bottom line: don't expect Azumi, but it's an enjoyable watch, and an interesting take on actual historical Japanese events.
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