Red Sun
Red Sun (1972)

In what was billed as "The First East-Meets-West Western," Toshiro Mifune plays Kuroda, a samurai warrior who accompanies a Japanese diplomat to the United States. The diplomat has brought with him a golden, jewel-encrusted sword… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: June 9, 1972
DVD Release Date: July 8, 1997
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Simon Foster

Red Sun is a perfectly enjoyable, character-driven adventure.

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Lucas Martins
It's a fun western movie. The thing that made, Red Sun, don't be so good is the cliche of the tough guy, that is Charles Bronson. The story: original,… More
Bruce Bruce
A Great Movie, You will find this in some catalogs as a Spaghetti Western, I don't know it just didn't have that good ole Spaghetti Western Quality… More
Corey Wood
If theres one thing worse than dodging ruthless criminals, blood-thirsty Indians, and a crazy blonde hooker....its themselves! An unlikley pair must team-up in… More
Ken Stachnik
A Spagetti Western/Samurai flick starring Toshiro Mifune, Ursula Andress and Charles Bronson. Directed by Terrance Young! Seriously, how is this movie not… More
Dean McKenna
All-star, fitfully entertaining Western has an interesting premise - samurai vs. cowboys - but ultimately wastes the considerable talents of the great Japanese… More
Lesley N
A Charles Bronson / Toshiro Mifune western/road movie - how can you not need to see this? Bronson plays the good bandit buddy who has seven days to help… More