A small time Yakuza thug is thrown into a bloody battle after a bank robbery he was forced into goes wrong when all the men begin to turn on each other a hitch-hiking serial killing couple decide to steal their loot.



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Director: Hitoshi Ozawa
Stars: Kazuyoshi Ozawa, Shû Ehara, Aya Nakamura


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"Chance" has just been released from jail when his former employers track him down and force him to commit several robberies for them, if he completes this they will let him go and he can forget about his past with the Yakuza. Then after he completes what he believes to be his last robbery, he heads to an abandoned factory where he awaits for his boss to come pick up the loot. Soon the others who helped Chance with the robbery soon begin to turn on each other when suddenly a hitch-hiking serial killing couple turn up and want to steal their loot. A bloody battle of loyalty and betrayal ensues and Chance must fight for his life and recover the loot if he wants to leave the Yakuza alive. Written by Himboy32

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11 December 1995 (Japan)  »

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A squib-tastic, gun-crazy Japanese action movie.
10 October 2006 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

An extremely derivative gangster/heist movie, Score succeeds by being so deliriously OTT that one can forgive any obvious plagiarism. Stealing liberally from Reservoir Dogs, Natural Born Killers and umpteen John Woo and Yakuza films, director Atsushi Muroga constructs a wild and bloody tale about a jewellery heist that goes seriously wrong when a couple of lowlife drifters attempt to relieve the robbers of their ill-gotten gains.

With wall-to-wall gun battles and some genuinely hyper-kinetic action scenes, this film certainly delivers the goods expected of the genre; everyone gets shot at least a few times and all 'hits' result in a gallon of blood spurting from the wound.

The story may not be anything new, and the acting nothing special, but Score still manages to be extremely entertaining. Hitoshi Ozawa, as lead crim 'Chance', is perfect as a hard-bitten con who is forced into committing one final crime. Sporting a prize-winning mullet, he throws himself whole-heartedly into his role and comes out all guns blazing.

If a slab of mindless violence is what you're after, this film is well worth checking out.

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