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    Bunraku

    Bunraku 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.  
    Duration: 124 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2010
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "Bunraku"

  • Characters of "Bunraku"

    The Drifter. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Josh Hartnett
    Yoshi. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Gackt
    The Bartender. Character of Bunraku
    Nicola. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Ron Perlman
    Killer No. 2. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Kevin McKidd
    Alexandra. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Demi Moore
    Uncle. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Shun Sugata
    Momoko. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Emily Kaiho
    Valentine. Character of Bunraku
    Killer No. 3. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Shahar Sorek
    Killer No. 4. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Fernando Chien
    Killer No.5. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Yoshio Iizuka
    Killer No. 6. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Kofi Yiadom
    Killer No. 7. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Aaron Toney
    Killer No. 8. Character of Bunraku
    Killer No. 9. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Holland Diaz
    Killer No. 10. Character of Bunraku
    Croupier. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Andrei Aradits
    Punk Leader. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Chris Brewster
    The Pianist. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Neil D'Monte
    Eddie. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Mark Ivanir
    Card Dealer. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Alin Panc
    Nicola's Assistant Casino. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Gabi Rauta
    Gregor. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Vali Rupita
    Boris Patz. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Gabriel Spahiu
    Red Army Commander. Character of Bunraku
    Brass Knuckle Girl. Character of Bunraku
    Prostitute. Character of Bunraku
    Mob Office Supervisor. Character of Bunraku
    Female Assistant. Character of Bunraku
    Lady. Character of Bunraku
    Casino Employee. Character of Bunraku
    Chief of Police. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Marcel Iures
    Ivan. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Dorin Zaharia
    General. Character of Bunraku
    Lowlife #1. Character of Bunraku
    Bully 1. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Samuel Vauramo
    Bully 2. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Marius Florian
    Bully 3. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Razvan Calin
    Deputy Mayor. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Ion Lupu
    League Member. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Thayr Harris
    Nicola Thug #1. Character of Bunraku
    Played by: Maxim Esterkin
  • Directors of "Bunraku"

    Guy Moshe. Director of Bunraku
    Guy Moshe
  • Creators of "Bunraku"

    Boaz Davidson. Director of Bunraku
    Boaz Davidson
    Birthdate: 8 November 1943, Tel Aviv, Palestine [now Israel]
    Guy Moshe. Director of Bunraku
    Guy Moshe
  • Critic Reviews of "Bunraku"

    New York Daily News
    September 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-Ledger
    September 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 Post
    September 30, 2011

    Extremely cool-looking in the manner of "Sin City,'' but clumsily staged, slackly acted and mind-numbingly dull...

    New York Times
    September 29, 2011

    A potpourri of genres that ends up a morass of clich├ęs.

    Los Angeles Times
    September 29, 2011

    "Bunraku" is so desensitizing with its hyper-stylized distractions and movie references it feels more mush-up than mash-up.

    Seattle Times
    September 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 Covered
    February 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 Magazine
    September 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.com
    September 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 Pity
    September 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.com
    September 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 Reviews
    September 21, 2010

    Completely pointless and utterly unwatchable...

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