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Samurai Jack - The Premiere Movie (NTSC)

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NOTE: Contains Low Level Violence

Samurai Jack - The Premiere Movie (NTSC) on DVD
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"Captivating and addictive"
5 stars"
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I bought this as a birthday present for my brother but couldn't resist watching before wrapping. The animation is absolutely stunning despite it's simplicity. Dialogue is reduced to a minimum, ensuring that you pay attention at critical points throughout the story. – Not that it's hard to stay focused on this sort of thing. On the same note, the voice acting is enough to give reality to the fiction – Phill laMarr and Mako are superb. Sound-effects are sharp, adding intensity to all scenes. It may even be safe to say that Cartoon Network have succeeded in creating a myth for today's world. I would definitely recommend this to anyone, whatever your preferred genre may be. Go on, watch and see… … See? You're hooked already, aren't you.


In the distant past, an evil shape-shifting wizard named Aku brought destruction upon the land. As the citizens’ last hope, a youngster is sent away to train as a samurai warrior. But, when he returns as an adult to confront Aku, the warrior finds himself flung into the future through a time portal, landing in an unknown time and place. There, the locals dub him “Jack” and help him in his quest to return to the past and undo the evil brought by Aku.

The DVD slices and dices with “cutting edge” features including:

  • 22-minute, action-packed bonus episode of Samurai Jack.
  • “Behind the Sword” – A 10-minute documentary featuring creator Genndy Tartakovsky.
  • Samurai Jack archives: A look inside the making of Samurai Jack from the drawing board to television.
  • Sneak peek at The Powerpuff Girls theatrical movie.
  • Bonus double sided poster: Justice League/Samurai Jack
  • Release date NZ
    January 1st, 2003
    Movie Format
    DVD Region
    • Region 4
    Aspect Ratio
    • 1.33 : 1
    English, Spanish, Portuguese
    Length (Minutes)
    English, Spanish
    Supported Audio
    • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
    • Animation
    Original Release Year
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