Jingi naki tatakai: Chojo sakusen

Jingi naki tatakai: Chojo sakusen

Conflicts between Hirono's family and Yamamori's family (and their allies) are made more tense by the ambitious underlings and the police's efforts to impose a crackdown on the gangs.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:118 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:yakuza,  

As Japan gears up for the 1964 Olympic games, the cops start to crack down under pressure from the public and the press... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christopher L (au) wrote: What an absolute masterpiece.

Teri S (br) wrote: WoW the movie was great. I never read those type of books. The movie had suspense. Brittany did a great job as usual. RIP

Meg S (mx) wrote: Cute, funny, and a total must watch for entertainment! A bit roughly directed though

Lee G (kr) wrote: What a fantastic documentary. Who would have thought the effects of ballroom dancing in schools could be so far reaching. The film is filled with emotion, passion, triumph and loss, and it gives kids a real taste of life, as both winners and losers. It breaks down gender and racial barriers, and it shows how mature a lot of kids are with their views on life. Kids are given a new constructive direction to go, focusing instead on beauty, choreography and creativity instead of giving up on school. I couldn't help but feel immense pride for these kids, kids that I don't even know, as they practiced, learned and earned recognition for their dancing.

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The Critic (fr) wrote: This is a very cute film that will appeal to anyone who has sat down to an episode of the iconic television series, focusing on the reunion of Big Bird (Caroll Spinney) with his Sesame Street family. The principle message of the show remains: the importance of community, diversity and friendship. There's also a number of fine songs that drive the story forward and it's nice to see every one getting their fair share of the action; Grover (Frank Oz) steals the show and Oscar the Grouch (also performed by Spinney) and Maria (Sonia Manzano) have a number of effective gags as a mismatched team. The film, perhaps, would've benefited from a secondary plot, but by the end of it all, it's the youngest members of the audience whose opinions really matter.

Giovanni M (fr) wrote: An interesting premise is wasted on a lukewarm script and bland execution.