The Last Samurai User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.40

Current Rating: 4.40

based on 49090 votes and 330 reviews

Rate this Movie
  • Movie Rating 84.68%
  • Movie Rating 0.31%
  • Movie Rating 0.24%
  • Movie Rating 0.30%
  • Movie Rating 14.47%

User Reviews

Viewing 1 to 10 of 330 reviews

  • Dances with samurais. Cruise was disappointing but Watanabe really shone and should have had a larger role.
  • Katsumoto`s personality was awesome he was perfect and a true hero
  • Ken Watanabe and Tom Cruise were great in this movie. It has been on 16 times in the past month and I havent missed very many of the shows. I just love the movie.
  • I was fasinated by the depiction of a Japanese culture that is peaceful, beautiful and desireable in many ways. Tom Cruise and the rest of the "Samurai" cast display the true honor, diginity and respect that defined the life of Japanese individuals during this period.
  • I Loved Itand have watched it at least 12 times already...Ken Watanbe Should have won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor...I have seen
  • The Last Samurai is a very great movie put well together, Tom cruise playing the role of a man who is lost in his life...pulling himself back together meeting a Master Samurai while at war with him trains to become a samurai. Such a great story and definitely a 5 Star movie without a doubt.
  • exellent movie.tom was the best in the film
  • I fell asleep while watching this movie.. There`s nothing thrilling there...
  • Sleeping with the wife of the man you killed aint me.
  • I thought that the last samurai was a great film jam packed full of action and adventur. i also thought that the music for all the major battle seens and pease time scenes was amazing and who ever performed and composed it whants to be extreamly proud.

The Last Samurai

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  154 min.
Release date:  December 5, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  May 4, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.40
based on 49090 votes and 330 reviews
Rate Movie | Read all user reviews

Cast: Tom Cruise, Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly, Tony Goldwyn, Ken Watanabe, Hiroyuki Sanada