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BunrakuBunraku is the story about the meet-up of three strangers: the mysterious Drifter, the Bartender and Yoshi, a young samurai searching a chance to revenge for his dead father. Together they aim to bring down the reign of Nicola, a powerful crime boss who is ruling the town with his gangs of nine deadly assassins.Keywords:
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Directors of "Bunraku"Guy Moshe
Creators of "Bunraku"Boaz DavidsonBirthdate: 8 November 1943, Tel Aviv, Palestine [now Israel]Guy Moshe
Critic Reviews of "Bunraku"New York Daily NewsSeptember 30, 2011
It should surprise no one that visually quirky, graphic-novelish, pulp-noir action flicks rarely come through the sausage machine intact.Newark Star-LedgerSeptember 30, 2011
It's not difficult to see why this movie - which reportedly cost $25 million - has been looking for a release date since it was finished more than three years ago.New York PostSeptember 30, 2011
Extremely cool-looking in the manner of "Sin City,'' but clumsily staged, slackly acted and mind-numbingly dull...New York TimesSeptember 29, 2011
A potpourri of genres that ends up a morass of clichés.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 29, 2011
"Bunraku" is so desensitizing with its hyper-stylized distractions and movie references it feels more mush-up than mash-up.Seattle TimesSeptember 29, 2011
One long, extensively choreographed fight sequence in which "mortal" blows are delivered so often, and with so little lasting impact, that a brawl just becomes a brawl becomes a brawl.We Got This CoveredFebruary 11, 2013
Bunraku is everything from blatant ripoff to experimental cinema to a graphic novel gone wild with its bad acting and predictable ending.Slant MagazineSeptember 25, 2011
A mega mash-up in the vein of Sucker Punch, Bunraku jumbles together elements with a self-consciousness that's as turgid as its story proper.BrianOrndorf.comSeptember 15, 2011
An overstylized, overwritten, overinflated jumble that doesn't have a clue when to quit. It's definitely colorful and eager to please, but a little of this convoluted mess goes a long way.Television Without PitySeptember 13, 2011
Midnight movie fans as well as graphic artists will appreciate the style of the picture, if not the substance... mainly because there's not much substance to be found at all.IFC.comSeptember 05, 2011
What do Hartnett and Geckt want with Perlman? Mostly, I think, they're just looking for excuses to get into elaborate kung fu fights.Reel Film ReviewsSeptember 21, 2010
Completely pointless and utterly unwatchable...
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