Beyond Outrage

Beyond Outrage

As the police launch a full-scale crackdown on organized crime, it ignites a national yakuza struggle between the Sanno of the East and Hanabishi of the West.

As an action, crime, drama film, Beyond Outrage begins when the police launch a full-scale crackdown on organized crime. As a result, it ignites a national yakuza struggle between the Sanno of the East and Hanabishi of the West. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beyond Outrage torrent reviews

Jenn C (au) wrote: It has been some time since I've come across some really good Chinese love story. Trailer may be mislead that this is some kind of typical one but thanks to the editor who made it that way so there is more than I've expected. Thumbs up to all the actors especially Shu Qi & Liu Ye who played their role so well. Nice soundtrack been choosed to fit in all those scenes too.

Daniel K (gb) wrote: 3.5: It's remarkable that a picture like this could be made with a budget of $2,500 (according to imdb). Bravo. Katz definitely knows what he's doing. This film works on just about every level. The characters are compelling and unique; the music sets the mood wonderfully; NYC is authentically depicted on screen in ways we're not entirely accustomed to; the City does indeed seem pretty Quiet; and the story is touching, romantic, simple, plausible, and free enough to keep things more than interesting. I was very surprised at how effective I found the film to be. I am perhaps being over generous with a 3.5, but I thought it was one of the stronger/strongest Mumblecore pictures I've seen to date. Once again, it's a little slice of life and kind of wanders around the edges of a story, without really settling into a definite track. If not handled properly this can result in disaster, as I've seen before and recently, but here Katz manages to walk the razor's edge on come out relatively unscathed on the other side. One element I've been meaning to write about is the apparent apathy most of this segment of society has for what would be considered conventional convenience and comfort. Everyone in these films seems to have come from a middle class background, but they often seem to lack direction or motivation to improve their lot. Many could be properly characterized as aimless slackers and hipsters. I can't help but wonder where these characters are going to be in twenty, thirty, or forty years. Will they be better off or worse off than their parents? The answer is not at all apparent to me.

Brendon B (nl) wrote: Live action almost as good as the anime

David S (br) wrote: Another period piece that would benefit from a lot of cuts. This was too long. Too boring. It has it's moments, but ultimately mostly falters.

Aj V (nl) wrote: I caught most of this on TV today, it was pretty bad, especially the story and actors. The whole alien mind control thing didn't seem to be doing much in the story, or if it did, I didn't notice. Ending is bad too. Plus, the high frequency noise is really annoying.

Nik P (nl) wrote: I don't understand how they can keep making horrible movies like this. It should be illegal.

Jos C (ca) wrote: Los ultimos 20 minutos son lo mejorcito y el mensaje que intentan transmitir. La actuacion de Meryl Streep sobra.

Wayne K (ca) wrote: It's nigh impossible to think of this movie without one word ringing like a Church Bell inside your head over and over: Attica! Attica! Attica! Shouted relatively early on during its running time, it is arguably the most deeply resonant element from a movie made way back when the heady optimism of the 60s Hippie era was dead and buried. In a decade when the common man was at a loss at every step, our main character Sonny, played with all with the right notes by Hollywood heavyweight Al Pacino, is the embodiment of that misfortune, and along with his hapless partner Sal, a very understated John Cazale, robs a bank in broad daylight, and things seem doomed from the get-go. Sidney Lumet crafts a movie which is funny, suspenseful, claustrophobic, and constantly keeps you guessing which way it's going to swing. Pacino is electrifying as the leading man who goes from petty thief to folk hero in record time, and you can see why the masses would love such a character. One of the primary strengths of the movie is that we see the action from both sides: The robbers and the authorities, and are constantly forced to question who are the 'good' guys and who are the 'bad', and if such a line can be so clearly drawn. The movie opens with a frenetic energy, and if it could sustain that throughout the film it would be mind-blowing. Alas, the film begins to drag as it becomes evident there isn't enough story or action to fill its rather excessive length, and so we are forced to endure some unnecessarily long scenes and even longer exchanges of dialogue. It does get fairly boring, but the positives are just too good to ignore. The first half of the film alone is worth the price of admission. The second half, not so much.