Synopsis: In an era where aliens have invaded and conquered feudal Tokyo, a young samurai seeks work as he can. Live-action adaptation of the homonymous series.
Director(s): Yûichi Fukuda
Production: Azoland Pictures
  1 nomination.
131 min

I went to Gin-san to be his

assistant in the Yorozuya

My name is Shimura Shinpachi

I used to open a dojo in sword fighting,

but due the lack of students, it has to closed

and it really is troubling~~~

You dont have to tell me.

I'm the heroine of Gintama.



Dont say it ~lazily~ like that!

Kagura-chan is actually from

a Yato Clan, an Amanto.

She is a powerful fighter and an alien.

But lm also kawaii-aru!

Because of a certain circumstance,

were now working at Yorozuya.

Here is once-a-year miracle photo

of a cute Kagura-chan.

Ohh! I've seen that somewhere!


I already told you not to say it

~lazily~ like that.

So, to the first and last

Gintama Live-Action movie,

to those who dares to leave during the movie is playing,

we wont give you the x tickets, right?

Dont tell about those stuff.


Countdown starts!

This will definitely irritate TBS-aru.

Let's go hunt Kabuto beetle!

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Let's go Kabuto beetle hunt!

Everyone catches beetles

during their childhood.

I want a new Kabuto beetle-aru

My McCartney the 28th, loss

and stolen at noon-aru.

So, with that in mind

I propose a Kabuto hunting. How about it?

How about it? Just hunt by yourself.


My megane are flying!

Hai, hai, youre so noisy.

This time lm going to catch a giant Kabuto

And defeat those bastards-aru.

By the way, Kagura-chan, your McCartney the 28th,

is not a Kabuto beetle,

its actually a dung beetle.


It's flying again.

Today, were going to interview the adult

who found the rare Kabuto beetle, Sakamoto-san.

Look here, Kagura-san.

We are already grown up.

We cant hunt the Kabuto beetle

with a pure heart anymore.

Then, reclaimed back those pure heart.

A man with a young heart

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