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Unforgiven Japanese Remake Trailer

Posted December 11, 2012 07:14 PM by Webmaster

Warner 90th AnniversaryThe Japanese branch of Warner Brothers has released a teaser trailer for Lee Sang-il's upcoming remake of Clint Eastwood's western Unforgiven (1992). Yurusarezaru mono stars Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai), Jun Kunimura (Ichi the Killer), and K˘ichi Sat˘ (Gonin). The film is set to open in theaters across Japan on September 13th, 2013.

Note: Blu-ray.com has a review for the U.S. release of Clint Eastwood's film here.





Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | Japan United States [Country settings]

News comments (16 comments)



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nathanp
  Dec 11, 2012
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The movie could be good but that trailer is not.
Caesu
  Dec 11, 2012
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Just need Tom Cruise to jump into the trailer wearing a Samurai costume....I was almost expecting that actually.

Sky_Captain85
  Dec 11, 2012
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"It's a hell of a thing remaking a movie."
TheCollector
  Dec 11, 2012
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Apparently I'm alone in thinking this looks very good. I love Eastwood's film (its one of my favorites), so I'm hoping this maybe a modern day Seven Samurai/ Magnificent Seven thing.

vader4
  Dec 11, 2012
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Their getting back at us for remaking all of their movies!

Kidding obviously, but I might check this out.

kafziel
  Dec 11, 2012
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Very underwhelming trailer for what will probably be an absolutely kick-ass movie.
tomrule123
  Dec 11, 2012
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U.S. remakes Japanese films, Japan remakes American Films. Makes sense.

Ray O. Blu
  Dec 11, 2012
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Can't wait to check this one out. Should be good.

I was going to be sarcastic and type: IS JAPAN RUNNING OUT OF IDEAS?
But, I'm betting that this one will be worth it.

chillwill92
  Dec 12, 2012
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Since the reverse is usually the norm, it'll be interesting to see a Japanese remake of an American film, especially one as well-regarded as Unforgiven. If it pans out, this could be Japan's answer to The Magnificent Seven.
MoulinBlu
  Dec 12, 2012
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This is hardly the first time a western made film has been remade for asian or even Japanese audiences. I like that the trailer doesn't seem to tip it's hat too early. Of course, I couldn't understand most of what was said without subtitles, but it seemed to have a good balance of intrigue and mystery. The Unforgiven isn't an action film, so it makes sense that an appropriate trailer wouldn't shallowly play up only that side of the film for young audiences like they so often do in the US.
j_adson
  Dec 12, 2012
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anyone else not getting subtitles? its certainly LOOKING good heh
blonde_devil
  Dec 12, 2012
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can't read Japanese but isn't the first thing the reference the original movie? 1993? 9 awards? seems odd to reference the original movie in a remake. might be good although i did chuckle a little when i saw the actors in cowboy style hats. seems a little out of place, almost like seeing Tom Cruise in Japanese style clothing.....

Daaark
  Dec 12, 2012
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What a crappy trailer. Although I was sold at Ken Watanabe + Unforgiven

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repete66211
  Dec 12, 2012
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What a great idea! Unfortunately the trailer gives no indication as to what the movie is about.

Grethiwha
  Dec 14, 2012
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...what?

I'd watch it.

mdo7
  Dec 30, 2012
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well, Japan has been remaking some of our films for quite a while (HK, China, and South Korea has also remake American films for quite a while). At least Hollywood is giving back Asia for all the remakes we did. At least this help me prove that all those hate for Hollywood remaking foreign films are nothing but weeaboo/Asian supremacists promoting their pro-Asian agenda , I've never see these same group of people that bash Hollywood going after Japan or Asian countries for remaking American films. So this proof hypocrisy and bias exist when it comes to remake.


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