Showdown in little Tokyo
An American with a Japanese upbringing, Chris Kenner is a police officer assigned to the Little Tokyo section of Los Angeles. Kenner is partnered with Johnny Murata, a Japanese-American who isn't in touch with his roots. Despite their differences, both men excel at martial arts, and utilize their formidable skills when they go up against Yoshida, a vicious yakuza drug dealer with ties to Kenner's past.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Comedy, Crime
- Stars:Dolph Lundgren, Brandon Lee, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Tia Carrere, Toshishiro Obata, Philip Tan, Rodney Kageyama, Ernie Lively, Renee Allman, Reid Asato, Takayo Fischer, Simon Rhee, Vernee Watson-Johnson, Lenny Imamura, Roger Yuan,
- Director:Mark L. Lester,
- Writer:Stephen Glantz, Caliope Brattlestreet
An American with a Japanese upbringing, Chris Kenner is a police officer on the trail of ruthless Yakuza leader named Yoshido, who helped establish a small Japanese area in Los Angeles and is now running a drug ring disguised as a brewery. But Chris has personal reasons for wanting to get Yoshida, as a child he witnessed Yoshida murdering his parents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Showdown in little Tokyo torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Sure... a completely formulaic underdog-overcomes-the-odds sports movie that I could have written... but I couldn't have written it any better. A feel good movie any dad would feel good about watching with his kids.
(jp) wrote: I love them all and can't wait to see this I think it will be awsome
(br) wrote: Deep down I think she was a down to earth person. I don't condone killing however I can see if a guy was trying to take advantage I say protect yourself but not kill just because you killed one. She's kind of funny in her documentaries though.
(ag) wrote: funnies movie to come out of oz in years
(es) wrote: Another film based on the killing of three thugs in Essex. A different 3 to Rise of the footsoilder (answers on a postcard please). Where that film had Carlton Leach and football this had Sean Bean and Billy the Whizz. Both films have something going for them, which is something more than Bonded by Blood - one more film to go based on these events, The Fall of the Essex Boys (which based on the name could be a mash up of the 2 'good' films.....
(it) wrote: Two talkative psychopaths escape to exact revenge on the judge & D.A. who put them away. Typical torture scenes on family & friends by the poorly acted convicts are far from shocking. Bad soundtrack & out of place humor clinch a forgettable film.
(es) wrote: This is a very good and reasonably historically accurate (at least by "The Tudor's" standards!) telling of the Lady Jane Grey story, other than perhaps overdoing the cod-Fabian Society politics a bit. Helena Bonham Carter (fresh from Room With A View) plays the Queen of 9 Days well, and Cary Elwes makes a fine foil as her doomed husband. The manipulation of the young couple by their various self-serving and venal relatives is portrayed well, but at least Jean-Luc Picard comes good in the end. The (off-screen) Philip II of Spain is revealed as the true villain of the Bloody Mary era that is to follow. He will crop up and be even more villainous in Elizabeth, Elizabeth R and all sorts of sequels and prequels until Francis Drake gives him a good singeing! NB, I did NOT recognise that was Guildford Dudley resurrected as Michael Collins in "From The Earth To The Moon"!
(nl) wrote: Nicolas Roeg's true directorial debut is filled with ideas and unique perceptions. A brother and sister escape the insanity of their troubled father to find themselves in the wilds of The Australian Outback. The title of the film comes from The Aboriginal concept of a male's journey to adulthood. And with the assistance of a young Aboriginal boy in the middle of his "walkabout" -- the siblings journey through adversity and mystery toward their own adulthood. Along the way cultural differences cause confusion and alarm. It is a film about survival thanks to human kindness. But more than anything it is a startling view of how racism and cultural differences are so engrained, no amount of human kindness can make them go away. A beautiful and tragic experimental film about both the strengths and flaws of the human condition.
(jp) wrote: Vroom...Vroom...Vroom