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Blackmail Is My Business

Though he has come from a rough background on the streets, Muraki quickly rises through the ranks by means of his well-honed blackmailing instincts. Desperate to keep rolling with his ...

The plot is kind of interesting, digging into the underworld of Japan in this sideways fashion. And then the plan happens, and it's fast and jazzy, in a kind of extended television way. They often say vague things like, "We'll go ahead with out plan," but they never say what they are planning. Eventually, they get in over their heads, but we don't really worry at first. , with people still wearing suits and looking good doing it. S. It's 1968 in Japan, and it feels like maybe 1964 in the U. As rank amateurs they are lucky and, between racing around in their car, show a lot of cool style. The bad guys (four men and one woman, all young and good looking) have a lot of fun, and carry a lot of poise

Blackmail Is My Business is a movies torrent of Shinji Fujiwara (book), Fumio Kônami, Hirô Matsuda, Norio Osada. The released year of this movie is 1968. There are many actors in this movies torrent, such as Hiroki Matsukata, Tomomi Satô, Shinjirô Ehara, Yûsuke Kawazu, Bin Amatsu, Ryôhei Uchida, Hideo Murota, Akira Jo, Eriko Sono, Kenjirô Ishiyama, Torahiko Hamada, Yôko Mihara, Keiji Takamiya, Shirô Amakusa, Sakae Umezu. Movie' genres are Crime. This movie was rated by 7.1 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie torrents. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Andrew L (fr)

It took him five years to write such an incomplete and scrappy film. It was fun to watch but easily out-stays it's welcome after a few viewings. 2. Tarantino missed the mark with this and Vol


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David P (us)

If you aren't a Christmas cynic or if you hate Bad Santa then watch A Christmas Story instead. John Waters considers this the best Christmas movie, and though I haven't seen Santa Clause 3 the Escape Clause, I can say that this is the best Christmas movie I've seen. I thought Bad Santa was the only well made anti Christmas movie but here's another one. Wow! If Christmas leaves a bad taste in your mouth, this one's for you


Dawn K (it)

Cute movie [with a FLAT ending, which is why it only gets three stars] about who we are and who we want to be and what happens when unexpected love knocks us flat


intuciic (ca)

nteresting story. pretty good movie


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i really love this movie


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None of the films can beat this. Very very nice film


Nathaniel R (ca)

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