you'll never be dsiappointed like unleashed, fearless, romeo must die, kiss of the dragon, war, the one, once upon a time in china 1,2,3, the legend 1&2, the defender, hero, cradle from the grave 2, black mask, born to defense, the forbidden kingdom etc..
The subject remained interesting enough to this provincial American to accept and ultimately enjoy the film's well-worn romanticism, even with its resignedly tired happy ending.
- New York Observer, 2006-01-18
Stunning to look at, Memoirs of a Geisha is worth seeing for the lush visuals alone. The accents and culture clashes may grate, but the insight into this world, where men can be brought to their knees with a single glance, is mesmerising.
Even though some scenes were added there are allot of scenes that were cut. Uncut should mean uncut. They cut the Hummer chase scene and the ending when you see the babies at about 4-5yrs old with Toorop. Very disappointed and will see about trading it for the theatrical DVD version. If you have seen this movie before on one of the pay channels then do not purchase this Blu-Ray. You will be disappointed. Take my word for it.