‘Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno’, like the film before it, weaves together several storylines while introducing another cast of engaging characters to complement the cast that returned from the first film. The tone of the last two movies are darker than the first, though there are comedic moments that cut the tension, only for Ohtomo to build it back up again with a calculating, masterful hand.
The second film, ‘Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno’ is the beginning of an arc that was the manga’s finale. Set some years after the events of the first film, Kenshin has settled into life at Kaoru’s dojo, with Sanosuke and Megumi. Things, however, are not as idyllic as they appear.
@KenshinDid u watch the 1st Rurouni Kenshin Live action? unlike the manga and anime, Kenshin met Saito earlier and had a duel already. The 2014 RK Live Action will be divided into two movies for Kyoto hen, as i understood from a view spoilers. So the 2nd probably will begin with Lord Okubo visitation to the dojo continue to Shishio's battleship and perhaps depiction of the battle at Kyoto. The 3rd, probably will depict Kenshin's training and head to head battle with Shishio and the Juppongatana. I'm so excited with these movies too:-)