The final movie for the critically acclaimed and universally praised live-action adaptation of Rurouni Kenshin has finally arrived on last week and we got tons to unpack in this final outing of this legendary samurai.
However, Watsuki sent him a letter in response that he was able to feel fully immersed in the world of the film.
Enishi has enlisted the help of six warriors to get revenge for his sister's death, and vows to hurt those closest to Kenshin in retaliation.
I think the director tried to capture a somber tone for the first half of the film, so he decided to make it slow-paced and dialogue-heavy.
Without it, Kenshin definitely has the upper hand, and didn't even have to resort to either Ryūmeisen or Amakakeru Ryū no Hirameki's second phase to completely beat him down.
Maybe editor-san just edited the first half during a bad hair day.