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|Ishin Shishi e no Requiem||Rent||See Rurouni Kenshin: Ishinshishi no Requiem|
A collection of shorts by Katsuhiro Otomo. The first, Magnetic Rose, is about a group of space salvagers who respond to a distress call and find a lavish space mansion. The second, Stink Bomb, is about a young man who takes an experimental cold pill, and becomes a living disaster as his body exudes an odious green cloud. The last is "Cannon Fodder," about a boy who lives out his life in a vaguely Orwellian world, fighting a distant, invisible, enemy.
|Rurouni Kenshin (Movie)||Rent||See Rurouni Kenshin: Ishinshishi no Requiem|
Rurouni Kenshin: Ishinshishi no Requiem
|Rent||While traveling in Yokohama, Kenshin and his friends encounter a man named Shigure Takimi and a young woman he is protecting, Toki. Years ago, during the revolution, Kenshin fought and killed Toki's older brother, who was also Shigure's best friend. Now Shigure is planning a second revolution to overthrow the Meiji government. Can Kenshin stop him before tragedy repeats itself?|
|Rurouni Kenshin: The Motion Picture||Rent||See Rurouni Kenshin: Ishinshishi no Requiem|
|Samurai X (Movie)||Rent||See Rurouni Kenshin: Ishinshishi no Requiem|
Arcam is a secret, worldwide organization investigating artifacts from a lost civilization. When three of their investigators go to Mt. Ararat, in Turkey, they discover what they believe is the wreck of Noah's Ark. Their joy is short-lived, and so are they-the relic projects a powerful, destructive energy which wipes out not only the team but three Pentagon satellites as well. Quickly, Arcam and the US military are battling for the Ark's secret. Arcam's trump card is their super-powered warrior agents, called Spriggans. One Spriggan, a high school student named Yu Ominae is dragged into the fray. He makes his way to Turkey to confront the Pentagon's platoons. Of course, the Americans have super-soldiers of their own, including the human tank Fat-Man and the vicious Little Boy. The bullets are soon flying en masse, in what has become a holy war for the future of the human species.