Outsiders: Japan

Outsiders: Japan

Join Phil Morrison and James Robinson from Driftworks, Mitto Steele from MeiNoMai and Pieter Gouwy from Garage Portello on a mind blowing tour of the real drift scene in Japan and the culture behind it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:drifting,  

Join Phil Morrison and James Robinson from Driftworks, Mitto Steele from MeiNoMai and Pieter Gouwy from Garage Portello on a stunning tour of the real drift scene in Japan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Outsiders: Japan torrent reviews

Lee P (de) wrote: I enjoyed watching this comedy movie from the British TV show of the same name. It was worth watching just to see the many celebrity cameos 7/10 Rev 384

Miguel R (ru) wrote: Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is an inspirational biopic based on one of the most powerful moments in modern history

Juan Antonio L (ag) wrote: No puedo con los dramas chinos. Vaya tela...

Jerico T (gb) wrote: boring realistic unemployment & family issues

eliabeth l (ca) wrote: beautiful .. love love

Lisa K (au) wrote: A fabulous plot that is well executed leaving the audience completely mesmerized and involved. Even though it is just a story, I wonder if it could be true. Even though a heinous act was committed, I understand the offender and realize that his actions affected the outcome in the most positive way. There is an uncomfortable feeling between obsession and true love, between male friendship and same sex love. I believe that true love comes through and perhaps through another twist, the main character will learn of her savior. This is a beautiful movie that keeps you on your toes and keeps you thinking long after the film..

Tue K (de) wrote: Williaaammm Fichtner!!!.................

Anthony P (it) wrote: this movie was overall pretty good. There were times where it was kinda dull and seemed like it was going no where but the finale was very well done!

Patrick S (ca) wrote: This movie's amazing.

FilmGrinder S (ca) wrote: A bit of serious work. Still trying to work out the black and white issue.

Mina (nl) wrote: I remember that when reading the book, I was really shocked by the unusual frankness...by the unusual happenings, feelings, or should i call them...not something that a society would approve of.Two teenagers are left with their two younger siblings alone after their mother dies, only a little while their father has also departed. They decide to bury her body in cement, in an iron file cabinet, left down in the basement.It is clearly that the kids are trying to live the drama by their own methods: the youngest starts dressing like a girl, and plays with his best friend being his mom and dad, and also drinks from the feeding bottle. His sister keeps a diary where she addresses her dead mother, telling her what has been happening. her bigger brother stops washing and keeps being obsessed by his body, has his own place to retire, smoke and read from the book he got for his birthday. Their bigger sister starts dating an overly older business man, that eventually rats on them.

Speedys C (mx) wrote: This movie is the best!!!

Lewis W (ru) wrote: 0%----------2.0 - Annette O'Toole1.0 - Paul Kaethler0.5 - Pamela Stephenson0.5 - Christopher Reeve0.5 - Gavan O'Herlihy0.5 - Annie Rose0.5 - Robert Vaughn0.5 - Richard Pryor

joe h (fr) wrote: Now I love the Marx Brothers, I'm a fan of Martin Lawrence too. The thing is I don't no how a Lawrence film can be rated lower than this mess. This is one of the worst films ever made, you can watch it for an hour or so for just two okay moments. I don't understand how this is rated better than the Big Store which is miles better than this. Bloody hell, people are delusional. In my opinion this is very tiring and very boring, it's something you'd only watch if you were suicidal. I feel sorry for the Brothers, such amazing comedians who have stared in classic films, being put in this rubbish. Overall this film does not harm the Marx Brothers reputation or image, so never mind.

BRUNO V (jp) wrote: As good then the first time i've seen it

Kyle C (de) wrote: Very well made tale about relationships that hits a home run from every possible aspect from cheating husbands to girls not getting phone calls after dates. A must see for everyone in a relationship and even for those who aren't. A great and very strong cast as well.

Seele N (de) wrote: Adorei o filme com certeza tem um fator a mais no roteiro que e o demnio a possuir o protagonista onde finalmente em algum filme de terror vc sabe alguma coisa sobre o que esta matando todo mundo no filme kkkk

David B (gb) wrote: A film that in my view was highly underrated when it came out in 1998. I think the reviews were bad because the film was basically over the heads of the mass public. The performances are good & the plot is all a bunch of metaphors for life. Basically the establishment in a conservative town tries to remake the troubled kids into right-wing loonies via the use of computerized type labotimies. This is all done in the name of the "greater good" for them. Of course it is all part of some extreme conspiracy, but the film is still very good. The film definitely has something to say about our post-consumerist culture in the late 1990's which lead us to where we are at now in our cultural malaise. It is about society's obsession with perfection, narcissism, & very shallow values. I also see the metaphor for cultural & media brainwashing in the film, where people who claim to have all the "answers" lead other unsuspecting dopes down the "primrose" path to destruction. The popular kids are all rich, conservative, & perfect. There is no room for independent thought where in my view our nation is already at. Happiness defined by money & a list of unnumbered wants & needs created by the consumerist crowd. The film is better than a lot of these kinds of films that came out in the late 1990's. I also thought it was a better film than the "Stepford Wives" which it has been compared to. The film is underrated but still very good with a large deeper meaning & way ahead of its time.