Following its release in theaters in Japan last weekend, the live-action film adaptation of Nobuhiro Watsuki's epic Samurai manga/ anime series Rurouni Kenshin has finally gotten reviews online. Kotaku has one of the first reviews up, and reviewer Richard Elsenbels highlights his review by calling the movie a "nearly perfect film adaptation". It has yet to be scheduled for an international release, but outpouring support and demand from the fanbase around the world have pushed for it to come sooner than later. Until such time an announcement is made, we can only hope and pray than Kenshin comes to a theater near you outside Japan.
Rurouni Kenshin was released by Warner Bros, is currently playing in Japanese theaters.