\"Stand back!\" said the blind man...
Rutger Hauer stars as Nick Parker a samurai warrior who is completely
invincible, he knows martial arts, how to swing a sword and how to
protect a whiny kid from mobsters. After the kid's mother is gunned
down, Rutger acts as guardian and along the way turns his enemies into
swiss cheese. Blind Fury is gimmick action flick that brings a welcome
sense of humor to the genre. Blind Fury is utterly ridiculous and
indeed the action sequences which involve Rutger holding his own
against ninjas and the like, kind of ridiculous. However because Rutger
Hauer doesn't take it seriously and has fun with the role, the movie
becomes all the better for it. There are some flaws, as there are some
various slow spots and Brandon Call is kind of irritating but most of
the time the action takes over at regular intervals and provides the
required entertainment for the genre fan. An adequate feature from the
Hauer staples, though not his best.
* *1/2 out of 4-(Pretty good).
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Blind fury is one those classic movies that one can watch over and over again..
nice classical , watch.
First, Hauer played Roy Batty in "Blade Runner", now he plays someone blind
as a "bat". Get it?
Okay, sorry. The movie, right....
"Blind Fury" has gone and done it; it's the only movie I have ever seen
about a blind swordsman with an Anglo hero that didn't need dubbed in
America. It's in a class by itself.
And so is Hauer; he really puts his all in this part and he does it
effectively. He wields a mean sword and actually is convincing as a blind
man. Top that, Steven Seagal!
And there are action scenes in this film that will make your jaw drop.
Really. Mine did, more than once. You won't believe the goings-on
Not only does Hauer do well, but so does O'Quinn, Willingham, Blount,
Foster, Overton (a great dimwit baddie if ever there was one) and even Cobb
makes good. Who would have thought? Kosugi's part is small but he makes
the most of it.
Like I said, the action is the key here and if you like a lot of action,
this one will leave you "Blind"-sided.
Though for the sake of PC, maybe they should rename this "Visually-Impaired