Kaiji: The Ultimate Gambler

Kaiji: The Ultimate Gambler

Itou Kaiji is a bum who steals car emblems and slashes tires on what seems to be a regular basis. This routine changes one day when he is paid a visit by a man in a trench-coat. Once the two get talking, it seems that the visitor (Calling himself Endou) is a debt collector. The reason for his visit is an unpaid loan which kaiji had previously co-signed for a work-mate (Furuhata Takeshi). The original loan was 30000 yen and once Takeshi had disappeared, the loan then fell on Kaiji. Kaiji is then told of a way to clear the interest compounded debt (which stood at 3,850,000 yen), which involved getting on a boat with others in his position. Once on the boat the debtors would then have to gamble with loaned money, which would end with a few winning, and others getting into deeper debt and having to work to pay of their debts. After some coercing kaiji accepts a position on the boat, in order to clear himself and make a bit of money as well...

Itou Kaiji is a bum who steals car emblems and slashes tires on what seems to be a regular basis. This routine changes one day when he is paid a visit by a man in a trench-coat. Once the two get talking, it seems that the visitor (Calling himself Endou) is a debt collector. The reason for his visit is an unpaid loan which kaiji had previously co-signed for a work-mate (Furuhata Takeshi). The original loan was 30000 yen and once Takeshi had disappeared, the loan then fell on Kaiji. Kaiji is then told of a way to clear the interest compounded debt (which stood at 3,850,000 yen), which involved getting on a boat with others in his position. Once on the boat the debtors would then have to gamble with loaned money, which would end with a few winning, and others getting into deeper debt and having to work to pay of their debts. After some coercing kaiji accepts a position on the boat, in order to clear himself and make a bit of money as well... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Irakli V (au) wrote: ?????????? ?????? Max Steel ?????

Wendy C (au) wrote: The Movie wasn't an interesting as I thought it was going to be, however it did keep me on my toes, I was very INTO the movie. and very surprising in the ending.

Jose S (kr) wrote: muy bien hecha, narrativamente perfecta. su nico problema es que descansa tanto en la historia que la segunda vez ya no es lo mismo. ver a Mia Kirshner bailando al ritmo de 'Everybody knows' es un momento de gran cine.

Anthony J (ca) wrote: This is Terrible! Everything from the acting, pacing and story was just awkward. This is a passion project that probably looked good on paper. The biggest problem is that everyone looks so bored. It's hard to get into a movie when the people involved in it seem to be on auto-pilot.

Ian C (ru) wrote: The genius that is Don Siegel directs this classic 70's crime flick. The opening scene is immense and the performance of Walter Matthau is immense. As usual Joe Don Baker defines the balls. This time as the mafia enforcer tryign to locate the mobs stolen cash.

Kurt M (fr) wrote: Vincent Price gives one of his best performances as a stage actor who seeks revenge against the critics who snubbed him. A delightfully wicked horror film touched with satire and laced with black humor.

David F (it) wrote: I really need to see this again before rating it.

Jules F (it) wrote: omg! like hello! DUH! worlds biggest fan right here

Russ B (kr) wrote: 6/3/2016: Other than a few funny moments, this movie was pretty bad even with such a great cast.

Eric H (kr) wrote: Please make me forget. This is the worst film I have ever had the misfortune to watch. If you have to make a choice between watching this movie and painful dental work, I would suggest the dental work.

Katrina J (jp) wrote: The Ryan Gosling and Angourie Rice relationship was super unique in this film and whenever those two were together I never failed to laugh. The film didn't take itself too seriously which is rare for violent-action films today. The drama, slapstick comedy, and violence surprisingly balanced each other out. My only complaint is the film seemed to go by too fast!