Every samurai fight in movies is a unique work of art, and the very best combine choreography, special effects, and pure skill in violent spectacles that can't be found in any other genre. Known in their native Japan as Chanbara films, which translates to sword fighting in English, samurai cinema is a unique mix of action and period pieces and the films have garnered popularity all around the globe. Though the genre goes back to the birth of cinema, it really picked up steam in the 1950s with the films of Akira Kurosawa adding a touch of art and flare.
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