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Gedo (2000)

East meets West as the Japanese Yakuza battle drug lords and the LAPD in the streets of Los Angeles...

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Richard Fox
Kiyoshi Nakajo ...
Domoto
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Winters
Kentarô Shimizu ...
Ryujin
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Saemi
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Bronson
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Matt
Barry Sattels ...
Mitchell
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Linda Fox
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Leland Brock
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Pawn Shop Owner
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Jackson Jones
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James
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Young Thing
Masaaki Umeda ...
Masa
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East meets West as the Japanese Yakuza battle drug lords and the LAPD in the streets of Los Angeles...

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Law And Order Will Never Be The Same....

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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4 April 2000 (Greece)  »

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Written and Produced by G-Sleep and Jean-Yves Ducornet
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Poor even for its kind
13 November 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This movie is poor. Especially the action scenes are very badly performed. The martial arts is one of the worst in recent years: People behave like puppets and as seen in many low budget movies, enemies seem to stand in a queue: only one is attacking the "hero" at once. Talking of the "hero": One of the cops (Gary Daniels) is supposed be the protagonist in this movie. But he such a lamer without any style. I really hated him and really wanted HIM to get killed.

Also, I wonder why this film is rated 18+. There is almost no real explicit violence in this movie. No head shots, no dust of blood from bullet hits, nothing at all. Bullets don't even punch holes into cars. Only the later scene in the grill meets today's standards.

The only reason for an 18+ rating might be the fact that the cop's (imho) ugly wife's breasts are visible in one totally displaced sex scene, which summits a totally lame and boring side story of the cop's private life.

The swordsman himslelf is however great. It's also a nice idea to have the Yakuza guys talking in Japanese (with subtitles)


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