For a better experience on MUBI, update your browser.

Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Red Sun

    Un lourd mélange indigeste et surfait de western à la sauce nippone, agrémenté de quelques touches "Peaux-Rouges" pour une oeuvre insipide et médiocre au possible...

  2. Droog811's rating of the film Red Sun

    This should have been great, Charles Bronson, Toshiro Mifune, Alain Deloin and Ursula Andress all in a Western...sadly, it's not...slow moving with the only great action at the end when Toshiro uses his Samurai sword to take on a bunch of Comanches...

  3. Ryuu Baron's rating of the film Red Sun

    Two legends, one rare movie.

  4. emichan's rating of the film Red Sun

    Toshiro Mifune in a western

  5. filmcapsule's rating of the film Red Sun

    What?! Bronson, Mifune and Delon? Pretty sweet cast.

  6. Hugh Cann's rating of the film Red Sun

    This is as fine a performance, or the real juice, as you would find by Toshiro Mifune outside a Japanese production; and stands up today even for a 60s Western. Imagine a remake with Hiroyuki Sanada (himself an accomplished sword practitioner, and Russell Crowe in the Charles Bronson role) shot more in the vein of Deadwood.

  7. Arlene Weiss's rating of the film Red Sun

    Superb ensemble western uniting Seven Samurai's Mifune w/ Samurai's US remake The Magnificent Seven's Bronson & the enigmatic Alain Delon. Maurice Jarre's gorgeous score & Ursula Andress & Capucine round out a well drawn character study about friendship, respect, and honor.

  8. Xesus Duarte Patiño Rumbo's rating of the film Red Sun

    one ofnthe weirdestwestern buddy movie ever made but ie really worth watch it. what a crazy cast.

  9. Scout Tafoya's rating of the film Red Sun

    If only they'd had a better director and this could have been as legendary as the combined star power suggests.

  10. electricdragon80000v's rating of the film Red Sun

    Several great tastes that taste only okay together.

  11. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Red Sun

    Certainly one of the oddest westerns and one of Young's few really good (non-Bond) films. Bronson, I believe, even smiles at one point. With a fur-clad Ursula Andress on hand to call Bronson a bastard about 100 times and Alain Delon & Toshiro Mifune & Capucine...strange strange strange...