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Geisha Assassin (2008)

Geisha vs ninja (original title)
This story is set during the Edo ages in Japan. On a rainy night, Kotono confronts the samurais who have killed her father. The samurai attack her one by one, but she manages to withstand ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Minami Tsukui ... Kotomi Yamabe
Shigeru Kanai ... Katagiri Hyo-e / Samurai
Nao Nagasawa ... Kumiichi / Ninja woman
Taka Ôkubo ... Toji / Priest
Satoshi Hakuzen ... Go-an / Monk
Shuji Korimoto ... Assassin
Kaori Sakai ... Ainu woman
Yasutaka Yûki ... Ronin #1 (as Yasutaka Yuki)
Makoto Kai ... Ronin #2
Naohiro Kawamoto ... Ninja #1
Kouji Kawamoto ... Ninja #2
Ainosuke Shibata ... Ninja #3
Uran Miyano ... Geisha - childhood
Yasuomi Ôta ... Ronin (end scene)
Masaki Nomura ... Yamabe / Father / Syuugorou Yamamoto
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This story is set during the Edo ages in Japan. On a rainy night, Kotono confronts the samurais who have killed her father. The samurai attack her one by one, but she manages to withstand them. When she is scaring the remaining samurai away, three ninja's suddenly appear. Will she succeed in beating them as well? Written by Anonymous

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In the 900 plus movies I've seen in my life (yeah i know, its a lot), this is by far the worst piece of garbage ever.
12 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

I need to preface this by saying i love cheesy kung fu movies especially from back in the day (Shaolin vs. Manchu is a classic). I also wasn't expecting a good plot, acting, script, filming or effects, but this is just ridiculous. I have never seen a worse movie in my life (check my movies I've seen a lot)Everything is awful and the fight scenes just don't make sense. You can have someone in an arm bar for example and then there's a quick cut scene and the other person is 30 meters away from them. Its just unenjoyable. Most great cheesy kung fu movies were great because of the era they were created in. The movie fan has changed a lot and this just doesn't work. The fight scenes just don't make sense. Watch until about 25 min in and see if im wrong. You want to watch a movie for fighting where the story is secondary? Watch any Tony Jaa film or go to best buy and pick up a 10 pack of old kung fu flicks for 30 bucks. All copies of this should be burned. oh yeah and this is the only movie I've given a 1 to


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