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DVD REVIEWS: NAT'S THE WAY TO DO IT. Byline: JESSICA MELLOR
THE LAST SAMURAI (15, VHS V ideo H ome S ystem) A half-inch, analog videocassette recorder (VCR) format introduced by JVC in 1976 to compete with Sony's Betamax, introduced a year earlier. pounds 16.99/DVD pounds 22.99) HHH HHH Hubert H. Humphrey
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If anyone in Hollywood could do a story about the Samurai justice it's Tom Cruise - and he delivers in spades. This is a modern day epic, a film as stylish and grandiose as it is subtle.
Captain Nathan Algren (Cruise) is a conflicted, tormented man who is chosen by the Emperor of Japan in the late 1800s to train his army to defeat the Samurai.
The Emperor is desperate to catch up with the western world, but in his haste to be progressive he forgets his country's culture, history and the men who risk their lives to protect him.