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Review of `the Last Samurai'

Summary: The Last Samurai is about the vehement impact between the western advanced technology and the Japanese feudalism. The climax of the movie is the final battle between the Samurai and the bridle-wise army. Although all the Samurai try their best to protect their leader from being killed, they all lost their lives as new technology replaces traditions.
Review of `the last samurai'

The movie is about the vehement impact between the western advanced technology and the Japanese feudalism. The climax of the movie is the final battle between the Samurai and the bridle-wise army. Although all the Samurai try their best to protect their leader from being killed, they all lost their life at last, just like the older things have to be replaced by the newborn things.

Let's take a look at the characters. Captain Nathan Algren, Katsumoto and his son, Nobutada are the main actors. Captain Nathan Algren who has taken part in the massacre of Native American Indians tries to poison his memories with alcohol. However, he's roused from his torpor by former colleague Zebulon Gant with an interesting proposition - training the first modern army for the Emperor of Japan. Unluckily the first time his armies fight with the Samurai, he...

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