"Say good-bye to wimpy and boring Japanese movies," says cult Japanese director
Sion Sono trawls sub-Tarantino B-movie-pastiche territory with this tedious, over-the-top gorefest.
Tom Hardy has come on board Yakuza drama “The Outsider” with Takashi Miike in negotiations to direct what would be his first English-language film. Linson Entertainment and Silver Pictures are…
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Silver Pictures is continuing to build its slate with elevated action thrillers and has acquired the post-WWII action pic "The Outsider."
Toshiaki Toyoda's latest is an insinuating oddity that throws together yakuza types and a rock-star-like cult leader.
Six months ago, Shinsuke Shimada, a comic who hosted several big primetime shows on Japanese TV, admitted ties to organized crime and resigned from showbiz.
A young filmmaker and cinephile rents his body out as a human punching bag for yakuza thugs to repay a debt in "Cut," Iranian expat helmer Amir Naderi's overweeningly pretentious Nippon-set drama.
A three-time loser rolls the dice again and wins the attention of both yakuza and police in the perfectly executed Japanese comedy-thriller "Accidental Kidnapper."
Takeshi Kitano doesn't try to do much new, but the results are so visually stunning, why quibble?
A punk's gotta do what a punk's gotta do in "Crows: Episode 0," a feature by prolific Japanese maverick Takashi Miike.