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47 Ronin is a 2013 American fantasy action film directed by Carl Rinsch in his directorial debut. Written by Chris Morgan and Hossein Amini from a story conceived by Morgan and Walter Hamada, the film is a work of Chūshingura (“The Treasury of Loyal Retainers”), serving as a fictionalized account of the forty-seven rōnin, a real-life group of masterless samurai under daimyō Asano Naganori in 18th-century Japan who avenged Naganori’s death by confronting his rival Kira Yoshinaka. Starring Keanu Reeves and Hiroyuki Sanada, the film has almost nothing in common with the original historical epic, instead being set “in a world of witches and giants.”
Produced by H2F Entertainment, Mid Atlantic Films, Moving Picture Company, Stuber Productions and Relativity Media, 47 Ronin premiered in Japan on December 6, 2013 before being released by Universal Pictures on December 25, 2013 in the United States in both 3D and 2D. While the action sequences and visuals were praised, 47 Ronin received generally negative reviews from critics and grossed just $151 million against its production budget of $175–225 million, making it a costly box office bomb that left Universal in the red for 2013.Variety magazine listed 47 Ronin as one of “Hollywood’s biggest box office bombs of 2013”.Despite its critical and commercial failure, a sequel was announced in 2020 to begin production in 2021.
Keanu Reeves as Kai, a half-Japanese, half-English outcast adopted by the household of Lord Asano who joins the Ronin.The character was created for the film.
Daniel Barber as Teen Kai
Hiroyuki Sanada as Oishi, the leader of the Rōnin.
Tadanobu Asano as Lord Kira, Lord Asano’s rival daimyō.
Rinko Kikuchi as Mizuki the Witch, an odd-eyed sorceress who serves Lord Kira
Ko Shibasaki as Mika, Lord Asano’s daughter and Kai’s love interest.
Arisa Maekawa as Teen Mika
Min Tanaka as Lord Asano, the former master of the Rōnin.
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Shōgun Tsunayoshi
Jin Akanishi as Chikara, Oishi’s son.
Masayoshi Haneda as Yasuno
Hiroshi Sogabe as Hazama
Takato Yonemoto as Basho
Hiroshi Yamada as Hara
The film opened in Japan in the first week of December 2013 where it opened to 753 screens nationwide and grossed an estimated US$1.3 million, opening third behind Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie and the third week of the Studio Ghibli film Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya). Variety called the Japanese debut “troubling”, considering the well-known local cast and the fact that the film is loosely based on a famous Japanese tale.The evening tabloid newspaper Nikkan Gendai stated that its dismal performance were “unheard-of numbers” generated by the Japanese distaste for a Hollywood rendition of Chushingura which bore no resemblance to the renowned historical epic. In the United States the film grossed US$20.6 million in its first five days of release, opening in ninth place at the box office. It also grossed US$2.3 million for a fifth-place debut in the United Kingdom. The film was a box office bomb, unable to recover its $175 million production budget.
47 Ronin received predominantly negative reviews from film critics, failing to impress Japanese audiences where studio expectations were high. At the film review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 16% approval rating based on 87 reviews, with an average score of 4.16/10. The critical consensus states: “47 Ronin is a surprisingly dull fantasy adventure, one that leaves its talented international cast stranded within one dimensional roles.” On Metacritic the film has a score of 28 out of 100 based on 21 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of “B+” on an A+ to F scale.
Kirsten Acuña of Business Insider stated that the film flopped for three reasons: First, it opened in December when there is an over-saturation of films for the Christmas season; second, the film took “too long in the vault”, having undergone editing and lost momentum; and third, audiences had not been drawn to Reeves as an actor since The Matrix Revolutions (which was released ten years prior) and that he had not yet reestablished his stardom prior to making John Wick.