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Movie: Ninja Assassin (2009)

Rain, the famous Korean sensation pop star is Raizo, an orphan trained by the Ozunu Clan (Ninjas) to be come one of the deadliest assassins in the world. He has issues with the Clan, rebelled, and he's seeking for revenge.

On the other hand, in Berlin, Europol agent Mika finds herself in grave danger as she uncovers deadly trails linking political murders to an underground network of untraceable assassins from the Far East, so to say, the ninjas.

There are two "selling points" in the movie, that's what I think. First, it's Rain! Surprisingly, he looks blardy cool, macho, dashing, fit, and oh my, he could really fight. I hope he's not using his stunt double, or doubles. As usual, he's always topless but it's alright, he got the body to show. :D

Secondly, you're attending a gore fest while you're watching the movie. There are lots and lots of blood spurting scenes, maybe every 30 minutes. If you love to watch blood splattering in slow motion scenes, this is one helluva movie that you must watch. And I love those ninja weapons, you know, those samurais, flying blades, etc. The best part is their ability to appear out of nowhere and disappear the way they like it. Now you see them, now you don't!

It's correctly labeled as 18SG. You see nothing else except a very young Raizo, a teenage Raizo, and a grown-up Raizo fighting in flesh and blood. Not much of character development is seen, obviously not in this kind of movie that thrives on martial arts, blood, pain, revenge, and death. I love its ending though. Feels good. :)

In short, recommended for those who love action / martial arts movies.

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