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It helps of course that Sukiyaki Western Django features a veritable who's who's list of talented actors: Ito Hideaki (Umizaru), Sato Koichi (What the Snow Brings), Iseya Yusuke (Casshern), Ando Masanobu (Big Bang Love, Juvenile A), Oguri Shun (The Neighbor No. 13), Kagawa Teruyuki (Sway), and vetarans Ishibashi Renji and Momoi Kaori. There's even a spot for fanboy-cum-director Quentin Tarantino, who gives a surprisingly good performance in his narrating role. Most of the Japanese cast learned their lines phonetically, and drawl them out with fragmented flair, adding to the camp value of the film. Comprehension is not guaranteed, but entertainment is heaped out in big, hearty servings.
After centuries of war, the rival Heike and Genji clans have been reduced to little more than scrappy gangs of ill-kempt stragglers. The Heike led by hot-tempered Kiyomori (Sato Koichi) and the Genji led by criminally cool Yoshitsune (Iseya Yusuke) both catch wind that there's gold to be found in the small, remote town of Yuta. Showdown in little Yuta is inevitable when both clans come rolling into town at the same time. Joining the fray is a mysterious, nameless cowboy (Ito Hideaki) with the fastest guns in the east. Both clans are eager to enlist the ronin into their ranks, but he will only offer his services to the highest bidder.
|Product Title:||Sukiyaki Western Django (English Language) (Blu-ray) (121-Minute Cut) (Japan Version) Sukiyaki Western Django (英、日語配音) (Blu-ray) (121分鐘版本) (日本版) Sukiyaki Western Django (英、日语配音) (Blu-ray) (121分钟版本) (日本版) スキヤキ・ウエスタン ジャンゴ SUKIYAKI WESTERN 【Blu-ray Disc】 Sukiyaki Western Django (English Language) (Blu-ray) (121-Minute Cut) (Japan Version)|
|Also known as:||日式牛仔一品鍋 日式牛仔一品锅|
|Artist Name(s):||Kimura Yoshino | Quentin Tarantino | Sato Koichi | Kaori Momoi | Oguri Shun | Iseya Yusuke | Hideaki Ito | Ishibashi Takaaki | Ando Masanobu | Ishibashi Renji | Kagawa Teruyuki | Tanaka Yoji | Shiomi Sansei | Matsushige Yutaka | Sakai Masato 木村佳乃 | 昆頓塔倫天奴 | 佐藤浩市 | 桃井薰 | 小栗旬 | 伊勢谷友介 | 伊藤英明 | 石橋貴明 | 安藤政信 | 石橋蓮司 | 香川照之 | 田中要次 | 鹽見三省 | 松重豐 | 堺雅人 木村佳乃 | 昆顿塔伦天奴 | 佐藤浩市 | 桃井薰 | 小栗旬 | 伊势谷友介 | 伊藤英明 | 石桥贵明 | 安藤政信 | 石桥莲司 | 香川照之 | 田中要次 | 盐见叁省 | 松重庆 | 堺雅人 木村佳乃 | クエンティン・タランティーノ | 佐藤浩市 | 桃井かおり | 小栗旬 | 伊勢谷友介 | 伊藤英明 | 石橋貴明 | 安藤政信 | 石橋蓮司 | 香川照之 | 田中要次 | 塩見三省 | 松重豊 | 堺雅人 Kimura Yoshino | Quentin Tarantino | Sato Koichi | Kaori Momoi | Oguri Shun | Iseya Yusuke | Hideaki Ito | Ishibashi Takaaki | Ando Masanobu | Ishibashi Renji | Kagawa Teruyuki | Tanaka Yoji | Shiomi Sansei | Matsushige Yutaka | Sakai Masato|
|Director:||Miike Takashi 三池崇史 Miike Takashi 三池崇史 Miike Takashi|
|Blu-ray Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Publisher Product Code:||BRS-53096|
|Place of Origin:||Japan|
|Other Information:||Blu-Ray Disc|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1005182336|
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This professional review refers to Sukiyaki Western Django (DVD) (English Audio) (Standard Edition) (121-Minute Cut) (Japan Version)
Thank God for English subtitles. Yes, the latest from Japanese cult icon Takashi Miike, his spin on the spaghetti western, is technically already in English but thanks to the vast majority of his performers speaking no English at all and having to deliver their lines phonetically, trying to watch this film without subtitles would have been an exercise in pain. With them, however, the film is a loopy explosion of energy, the most overtly crowd pleasing effort from the prolific cinematic freak show since Zebraman. Bright, brash, violent, and intentionally camp, Sukiyaki Western Django is that rarest of things: an intentional cult film that succeeds on all fronts.
Miike begins by tearing a page out of another brilliant Asian western - Wisit Sasanatieng's Tears of the Black Tiger - giving us a prologue placed on a hyper-stylized sound stage. The painted backdrops are obvious, and intentionally so, designed to play up the extremities of what is to follow. It's as though Miike's letting us know that he's in on the joke. Yes, it's all very fake and very silly, he's saying, but by god we're going to have a good time with it. In the middle of this painted setting, with the cardboard cut out sun and a completely two dimensional mountain in the background, is a cowboy in full western garb cooking a pot of sukiyaki over an open fire. The cowboy is none other than Quentin Tarantino, an outspoken fan of Miike's work, here returning the favor Miike paid him by appearing in Eli Roth's Hostel, and his part is far from the self indulgent wank many feared when he appeared on set. Instead it falls to Tarantino to establish the basic story, a spin on England's War of the Roses, and the tone of the piece through a ridiculous piece of ultra-bloody violence and also by gradually altering his accent away from his natural tones and into the stilted rhythms that come from delivering lines you don't actually understand but have had to learn by sounding them out. Yes, just in cased you missed the point from the sets and the initial blood spray spattering all over the painted back drop, Miike is letting you know once again: he knows the English language thing is supremely silly, he's in on the joke, now stop whining about it and have some fun.
And fun you will have.
Here's the story. Two clans - the Red and the White - have been at war for centuries. Their numbers are seriously depleted, the clans reduced to little more than wandering gangs, but the battle rages on. Drawn by rumors of an enormous hidden treasure both gangs have set up shop in a remote western town to search while sniping at each other from a distance, a potentially explosive situation that the vast majority of townsfolk have wisely fled. Into the midst of this powder keg rides a nameless stranger, a taciturn quickdraw artist who prefers to shoot first and ask questions later. So skilled that his addition to one side or the other would permanently tip the scales and end the long running clan feud, our wanderer offers his services to whichever clan is prepared to offer up the largest share of the treasure, once found.
Beyond this there isn't much point in talking about story. It's not that there isn't more there, it's that there are so many extreme characters and set pieces that going any farther would quickly devolve into a list of favorite moments. There's the unexpected Shakespeare fixation, the woman caught between clans, a crossbow, dynamite, a Gatlin gun, and rampant, stylish bloodshed. As is the case with virtually everything Miike has ever done, there are lulls from time to time, moments where the story threatens to bog down, but he more than redeems those moments with his manic energy, inventive action set pieces, sudden bursts of gore and some hysterically funny sight gags. Miike has a very gifted cast here - one of the leads is currently shooting an English-language feature with the director of City of God - all of whom clearly get the joke and relish the chance to be involved.
Sukiyaki Western Django captures Miike in his glossy, crowd pleasing, supposedly mainstream mode - this is far more the Miike of Zebraman and The Great Yokai War than the Miike of Ichi the Killer - and it is one of the very best examples of the type, a near perfect fusion of the raw energy that made so many cultists fans in the first place and the technical polish that has become increasingly evident in his more recent work. It is stylish, surprising, occasionally shocking but mostly just very, very fun.
by Todd Brown - Twitchfilm.net
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: (3)
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September 18, 2008
|A very special and unique movie, I've never watched such an interesting movie like this one. At first you'll feel a bit strange about the background, but after that you'll enjoy it. You cannot expect the movie shows you the reality -- and that IS movie! Just enjoy the imaginations by the directors, and you feel very funny watching it. And I love the Box very much.|
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March 25, 2008
worst movie ever saw !
|Really weird and pleasant atmosphere : western and japanese backgrounds, and I thought it could be a nice movie but I was wrong. Finally it's the worst movie I ever saw ! YoY|
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March 19, 2008
This customer review refers to Sukiyaki Western Django (DVD) (English Audio) (Special Collector's Edition) (121 minutes Edition) (Japan Version)
Just got this brilliant box set in the mail yesterday, watched it last night (including all the special features lol) & loved every minute of it!
a great film with bad English, swords, bullets & heaps of guns. also one of the best assembled casts ever in japanese film history (not to mention one of japans finest director's also) & you have a great 2 hours a head of you.
the film is accompanied by 2 special features discs packed with great stuff. & to top it off it comes with an awesome storyboard book of the full film!
the film i give 9, but the entire box set is perfect so gets a 10