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Ryûzô to 7 nin no kobun tachi (2015)

Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen (2015) is about the story of Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen who love derby race want to do the last battle with Yakuza guys.

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Takeshi Kitano

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Takeshi Kitano (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Tatsuya Fuji ... Boss Ryuzo
Ben Hiura Ben Hiura ... Ichizo
Kôjun Itô Kôjun Itô ... Hide
Masanobu Katsumura Masanobu Katsumura ... Ryuhei
Naoki Kawano Naoki Kawano ... Matsushima
Takeshi Kitano ... Murakami
Masaomi Kondô Masaomi Kondô ... Masa
Hisako Manda Hisako Manda ... Waitress Bar Madam
Akira Nakao Akira Nakao ... Mokichi
Akira Onodera Akira Onodera ... Yasu
Fumika Shimizu ... Girl
Atom Shimojô Atom Shimojô ... Tokunaga (as Atomu Shimojô)
Tôru Shinagawa Tôru Shinagawa ... Mac
Ken Yasuda ... Nishi
Ken Yoshizawa Ken Yoshizawa ... Taka
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Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen (2015) is about the story of Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen who love derby race want to do the last battle with Yakuza guys.

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There is no more room in the hell, Aho no Takeshi and GG men will walk the earth. See more »

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Action | Comedy

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

25 April 2015 (Japan) See more »

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Ryuzo and His Seven Henchmen See more »

Filming Locations:

Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan

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2.35 : 1
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Although the yakuza family in this film are fictional, the yakuza still operate in many areas of Japan. See more »

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Nakao Akira's dead body was not dummy because of his insisting of being true acting. See more »

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References 13 Assassins (2010) See more »

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Takeshi Kitano Right on Beat
11 February 2016 | by FilmCuckooSee all my reviews

This movie is a 100% guaranteed Kitano style. The satire and comedy contained in this movie, is absolutely hilarious, although at points you aren't entirely sure where this is heading, or why there are some unnecessary scenes that didn't quite fit the set pace. I too would strongly recommend to ignore the poor IMDb ratings for this movie. You shouldn't even pay any attention to it, as the score is so obviously faked (42% of 1??! - yeah, right!) it makes me feel ill to think that there are people who would do that sort of thing. Regardless of that sad attempt to manipulate ratings, this is one of the best comedies by Takeshi Kitano. The seemingly western take on a very much Japanese thing, is actually a refreshing one. What some may miss about the inventiveness in this film, is the simple fact that not every one is, (or will ever be) able to understand one of the most difficult forms of comedy, satire. It seems that Kitano is purposely making fun of his own "serious" Yakuza -movies, with incredibly light touch, that makes everything seem so effortless in this movie. The idea of old, retired men "getting at it" one more time is very often used cliché in movies, need I remind of such movies as "The Bucket List", "The Unforgiven" and of course "Seven Samurai". However it must be kept in mind that Kitano's entire style doesn't appeal to everyone, nor will it never be understood by all. It's also absolute poppycock for someone to say that if you like this movie, or think it's good because you are "asianophilic caucasian" or just because it is by Kitano. I would recommend this movie to anyone, unreserved. It has it's low points, but one thing still makes me smile: The movie is stunningly funny, in the most hilarious way!. Well done Beat Takeshi!


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