The future sure is yellow in the last of Takashi Miike’s DoA trilogy.
Bigger isn’t always better for a hapless superhero in Hitoshi Matsumoto’s kaiju comedy
Miike trades gruesome violence with quiet contemplation in the second film of the trilogy.
There's deviance and corruption galore in the first in Takashi Miike’s crime trilogy.
It’s better than a lot of Miike’s similar gangster films, but that doesn’t mean Deadly Outlaw: Rekka is more exciting
A frenetic rap musical, complete with over-the-top action and nonstop energy. You’re getting exactly what you pay for.