The Last Samurai

For all the epic visuals and phenomenal production design, Edward Zwick's 19th-century drama of a disillusioned American war hero who finds redemption in the way of the samurai is an honorable film hamstrung by Hollywood conventions. 1876: Captain Nathan Algren (Tom Cruise) is a drunken ruin of the war hero he once was, haunted by his part in the slaughter...read more

Where to Watch

Available to Stream

Latest NewsSee all »

Billy Connolly

The Last Samurai's Billy Connolly Undergoes Surgery for Prostate Cancer

Scottish actor and comedian Billy Connolly has undergone surgery for prostate cancer and is being treated for the "initial symptoms" of Parkinson's Disease, his spokeswoman said Monday. Returning fall shows: Where we left off Connolly, 70, went under… Read more

Video ClipsSee all »

The Last Samurai
00:48 — After centuries of relying on hired samurai for national defense, the Japanese monarchy has decided to do away with the warriors in favor of a more co (more…)
The Last Samurai
00:50 — After centuries of relying on hired samurai for national defense, the Japanese monarchy has decided to do away with the warriors in favor of a more co (more…)
The Last Samurai
01:19 — After centuries of relying on hired samurai for national defense, the Japanese monarchy has decided to do away with the warriors in favor of a more co (more…)
The Last Samurai
01:03 — After centuries of relying on hired samurai for national defense, the Japanese monarchy has decided to do away with the warriors in favor of a more co (more…)

More NewsSee all »

Hiroyuki Sanada
Which _Lost_ie Will Take His Revenge on ABC?

Hiroyuki Sanada, who appeared in the final season of Lost, has booked a recurring role on ABC's Reve…

Cast & Details See all »

  • Released: 2003
  • Rating: R
  • Review: For all the epic visuals and phenomenal production design, Edward Zwick's 19th-century drama of a disillusioned American war hero who finds redemption in the way of the samurai is an honorable film hamstrung by Hollywood conventions. 1876: Captain Nathan A… (more)

Show More »

Trending TonightSee all »