Deadly Outlaw: Rekka

Deadly Outlaw: Rekka

After Kunisada's Yakuza leader and father figure is brutally murdered, he and his best friend go on a two-man mission to avenge his death, killing other Yakuza leaders leading to a final confrontation by the old man's killers..

When his beloved boss his killed, a dangerous young gangster cuts a path of vengeance through the Japanese mafia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joseph G (ru) wrote: Gabriel Popoca u have to see it

Daniel G (de) wrote: Any sequel that changes the original cast is doomed to suck big time...

Charles B (es) wrote: So ridiculously funny

Rainer K (us) wrote: After Pacino's little film hiatus in the late 80s, Sea of Love was his "comeback", and he played it safe.He plays a cop who drinks and smokes too much and got left by his wife. His transformation from 70s juvenile to old guy with monster pouches wasn't finished yet, his voice is already raspy as hell though and doesn't fit the face so good at this point.Sea of Love is not a classic and is mostly forgotten nowadays, I digged it up for Pacino's sake (I think he's one of the greatest actors of his generation, and I try to watch as many films with him as possible - leaving out some of the duds though). Also, this is probably a film my father likes, not that he has such good taste in movies, but 80s crime flicks with soundtracks like cheap porn have always kind of a nostalgic effect on me (you know he has a lot of DVDs like this at home, and when I'm getting bored I borrow them...).Surprisingly, Sea of Love is not as clich-ladden as I thought it would be - the story is kinda fresh, and with, let's say, David Fincher at helm, it could have been a classic. In the hands of Harold Becker it's still an entertaining, sometimes funny (mostly because of John Goodman), sometimes thrilling, crime drama - and the final twist is really good.

Sarah D (kr) wrote: Hard to replace Kirk Douglas with Brian Dennehy....but we loved it anyway.

Matt F (us) wrote: My hubby loves this one.

Chael N (ru) wrote: Rohmer takes the summer-beach movie genre to new heights with its philosophizing characters that surely are forebears of John Hughes' suburbanites.

JY S (kr) wrote: This is one of my favorite pre-80s films. 5 groups of people set out on a scavenger hunt to win $200 million dollars. Now that's entertainment.The story for this film is absolutely entertaining. The scavenger hunt is only a few hours so the pace of this film moves rather quickly. Not only that, but there are more than enough characters to follow so the film never gets boring, although it is a little difficult to remember everybody's names. You can't help but laugh at some of the items that these groups of people have to get, without purchasing them. That is the rule. You have some usual everyday stuff, but there are other unique items which this film focuses on. A toilet, a suit of armor, a wedding dress, a beehive, and a live OSTRICH, just to name a few. Did I mention that there are bonus points awarded to the team that gets the heaviest person? Well there is that as well. Not only are the items laughable, but so are the ridiculous events that take place while getting them. It is hard to see anybody getting bored with this flick.The acting for the most part is great. There are a few performers that get irritating after a while, but the others are enjoyable. Richard Benjamin and Cleavon Little put on great performances. It was also funny to see cameos from Meat Loaf, Vincent Price, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.You probably won't see this film around too often, so if you get the chance to see it, I would highly recommend it. There is nothing like teamwork.

Matt P (ru) wrote: Absolutely horrible but MST3K makes it a very enjoyable piece of crap movie.

Jessica L (br) wrote: I don't know anything about baseball so I don't really know what's going on in this movie. This movie puts me to sleep. Maybe I should re-watch it when I'm not as tired and am not on the plane so I can hear better.