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Everything about this movie is fine, and of course the bullets flying scenes are great. But since the title is American Yakuza 2, it seems to neglect the "Yakuza" part, especially the guy in black should have deserved more action. The prowess of the Yakuzas was portrayed in scenes like the man in white chop off the hand and escape the police station. And this movie showed the fact that some corrupt cops are in cahoots with the MOB.
Furthermore without more action from the yakuzas, this movie just seems like another 2 super fit gunmen blasted bullets through a mob of people.
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