Hal, wayward prince and heir to the English throne, is crowned King Henry V after his tyrannical father dies. Now the young king must navigate palace politics, the war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life.
When Jared Leto leaves prison at the beginning of the movie, the car he gets into is a 1958 Chrysler Imperial but, moments later, viewers are told the film is set in 1954. See more »
When Nick runs into his buddy from pre-prison, the friend mentions rerunning into someone from his old unit. Then later mentions he's not in the Army anymore, but his friend is wearing a Marine uniform. See more »
Orochi says the US Army is shipping guns back to the States. Their plan is to sell some of it before it leaves the port. The US Army cannot know that the Shiromatsu is involved.
You will have to do this on your own. I understand if you won't do this, but if it goes right, everything will change.
And if it goes wrong?
It will come down on you and no one else.
Sounds like fun.
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Gomen Nasai (Forgive Me)
Written by Itsurô Hattori (as Raymond Hattori) and Benedict Mayers
Performed by Errol Nakao & Japanese Modernaires Orchestra
Courtesy of Cord International & Hana Ola Records See more »
It's hard when the movie's main flaw is the main character. Nick is supposed to be this quiet and intense guy, but inconsistencies in both the writing and acting keeps this movie from being great. I like the concept. It's not an all-out action movie, more of a character study with bursts of violence. My kind of movie.
The 50's Osaka setting, the atmosphere, it's good. But the camera work doesn't take full advantage of the setting, and shots could've been better framed, better movement. The small budget shows. The audio mixing was acceptable but not great. In better hands, this movie would've been great. I'm not saying it's terrible, I enjoyed it. There wasn't any part of the movie where I got bored, I was engaged throughout. But at the same time, throughout the movie, I there were points where I was aware of how things could've been better.
I like Netflix doing unconventional stuff. But rather than make a lot of them, give them the budget they deserve to make them great.
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