The Lost Samurai
USA, 2010, 7 minutes
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The Lost Samurai Synopsis

An experienced Samurai who gets transported forward in time to modern day America by a witch and her hired help. Here he meets an anime fanatic who makes it his mission to return the Samurai Gonzo to his rightful time and place.

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Reviewed by Verbalkint
From its title, The Lost Samurai could've been a rip-off of Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai. But this is not the case at all. In fact, The Lost Samurai is... more
From its title, The Lost Samurai could've been a rip-off of Tom Cruise's The Last Samurai. But this is not the case at all. In fact, The Lost Samurai is a short, fun, entertaining comedy instead of an epic tragedy. Viewers will be treated to unpredictable humor in every scene. Audiences will be laughing throughout the 7 minute duration of the film; and for this alone, The Lost Samurai scores a 3.5 stars!
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Reviewed by Bartonelster
Despite average cinematography and basic sound effects, The Lost Samurai will entertain audiences looking for a short comedy. The film achieves this through its plot. The sequence of scenes in... more
Despite average cinematography and basic sound effects, The Lost Samurai will entertain audiences looking for a short comedy. The film achieves this through its plot. The sequence of scenes in the movie is drastically unpredictable and humorous. Viewers will find themselves laughing every time a scene changes. As an artwork, The Lost Samurai might be channeling vintage martial arts films of Bruce Lee's era. If so, this would then explain its average cinematography and basic sound effects.
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Reviewed by bennydelacruz
Is this a short film version of Karate kid? Seems like it to me, except for the time travel. And the style of photography too is very much like the... more
Is this a short film version of Karate kid? Seems like it to me, except for the time travel. And the style of photography too is very much like the 80’s. The witch is fascinating to watch though, with her small booklet of spells. The film doesn’t offer new ideas or perspective but it’s still worth watching if one likes Japanese B movies.
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