Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno review at Drama-MAX

I gave a teaser of the awesomeness of Kyoto Inferno in my 2014 recap.  Now my full length review is available at Drama-MAX.
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Despite being a transition film, Kyoto Inferno contains enough backstory to not require knowledge of the manga/anime or the previous movie. The quiet moments are endearing, highlighting the relationships Kenshin built in the first movie. A new addition to his unusual team appears in the form of Misao Makimachi, played by the adorable Tao Tsuchiya. The young ninja’s optimism shines in the otherwise bleak movie. However, she is in for a wake-up call, as the man she loves, Aoshi Shinomori (Yusuke Iseya), has turned into a heartless killer out for Kenshin’s blood.

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Listening to: “Shiawase nishika Shinekara” by Kishidan

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