Move through Fantasy and Reality while watching Asian Drama!
Description: Times of feudal Japan. In the Sengoku period, the historical era of the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, szogunaty begin to lose power. Between families from different provinces are ongoing bloody power struggle. Among the other powerful destructive initiative assumes Nobunaga Oda. Ferocious warrior, called the Devil King, wants to unite all Japan, to rule it with an iron fist. Oda wants to worship, does not recognize the right to existence of the weak, and the value measured by its usefulness man, not even hesitating to get rid of next, when their role is to be fulfilled. Meanwhile, a young warrior Date Masamune, called One-Eye Dragon, is planning an attack on rival forces, Uesugiego Kenshin. Sanada Yukimura stops him and with him crossed swords Date. A duel is not resolved. One-Eyed Dragon and Sanada, before zapiekli enemies, now set up a alliance to which they want to acquire the other chiefs. Their common goal is to break the power of Nobunaga Oda. It will not be easy. Devil King now controls most of the province, as opposed to him daredevils treated with full severity. It begins with ruthless rivalry at stake is the fate of the entire country
They tried...but failed.
The reason why Anime series should never become Live Action series or movies, is because they never live-up to the awesomeness of the the original Anime. This being said, the producers, directors & actors of this LA Basara, TRIED to do the Anime series justice…but failed miserably. I mean, I give the actors due credit for doing a decent job of portraying the main characters as well as they did…but let’s face it, any anime fan will automatically compare these Live characters to the anime ones and will dismally come up short. The scenery, settings are…bad…and I had to cringe when I saw that. I mean, if you’re going to do a full blown series, then do it right and actually use the beautiful Japanese countryside to it’s fullest potential. Don’t go half-assed, like this series did. It only makes the entire thing look cheap and dull. The fight scenes were…wow…how can I put it…HORRIBLE…and I just had to quit watching, and shook my head in sorrow. Too bad they didn’t have a bigger budget to do this right (I’m just assuming that they didn’t have enough money to go all out with awesome special effects & all that)...because it might have made a difference between succeeding & failing, on such a wonderful Anime series. But of course, I leave it up to you all to decide for yourselves, if this is worth watching or not. IMO, it’s not.