Snake Eyes

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"Every warrior has a beginning."
  • PG-13
  • 2021
  • 5.4  (43,622)
  • 43

Snake Eyes is a 2021 action movie that stars Henry Golding as the lead actor. The film is based on the popular comic book and animated television series of the same name. The movie brings back the popular ninja from the G.I. Joe franchise, Snake Eyes, played by Henry Golding, and reimagines the character for a new audience. The movie begins with Snake Eyes as a young boy watching his father being killed in front of him. The event scarred him for life, and he lost all faith in trust and loyalty. The story then moves to the present day, where Snake has become a loner who spends his days fighting in underground matches for cash. It's during one such match that he meets Kenta, a Yakuza leader who offers him the chance to join his organization. However, Kenta has other plans, and things quickly turn ugly.

To atone for the mistake, Snake Eyes is tasked to protect Arashikage's secret power called the "Jewel of the Sun" from falling into rival hands. The Arashikage Clan is a secret organization of ninja warriors that has been around for centuries. The clan is led by Tommy Arashikage, played by Andrew Koji, who is skeptical of Snake Eyes's intentions. However, the two characters quickly bond over the shared experience of losing a father at a young age.

As the story unfolds, the two characters get caught up in a web of complex political alliances and rivalries. Snake Eyes faces challenges testing his loyalty, tactics and ninja abilities as he tries to prove himself worthy of being accepted into the Arashikage Clan. He is at a crossroads where he has to decide whether he will use his skills to bring justice or seek revenge against the Yakuza that killed his father.

The movie is packed with high-octane action sequences, showcasing the best of martial arts moves choreography. The fight scenes are beautifully shot with stunning visual effects, and the soundtrack is perfectly matched to enhance the overall experience. As Snake Eyes navigates his way through the world of the Arashikage, we see how he evolves into the iconic hero we all know and love.

The cast is diverse and talented, with a standout performance from Henry Golding, who brings depth and vulnerability to the character of Snake Eyes. Andrew Koji also gives an excellent performance as Tommy Arashikage, imbuing the character with a sense of honor and duty.

Haruka Abe plays Akiko, a member of the Arashikage Clan, and she delivers a strong performance as a tough-as-nails action heroine. The chemistry between the three lead actors is electrifying and drives the story forward.

Despite being an action movie, Snake Eyes also delivers on the drama front. The film explores themes of loyalty, honor, and redemption, and it does all of this while keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

The film's visual effects are a particular highlight, with the stunning scenery of Japan serving as the perfect backdrop for the action. The camera work is top-notch, and the action sequences are well choreographed, making it an enjoyable, fast-paced ride from start to finish.

In conclusion, Snake Eyes is a must-watch for any fans of ninja movies or action-adventure stories. The characters are compelling, the fight scenes are exhilarating, and the story leaves you wanting more. The movie shows how far someone can go with determination and perseverance, and the lengths they will go to protect those they hold dear. The perfect blend of action and heart makes Snake Eyes an instant classic, and we can only hope that there are more movies to come.

Snake Eyes is a 2021 action movie. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4 and a MetaScore of 43.

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