Outrage: Beyond

2012, Drama/Action, 1h 52m

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A detective involves a presumed-dead crime boss (Beat Takeshi) in his plan to crack down on organized crime by igniting a war between two yakuza factions.

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  • Apr 16, 2014
    This is a pretty good follow up to Outrage. I really don't remember much from the original, but I do remember very much liking the film. Part of the problem sometimes with these Asian crime films is that there's so many characters and so much going on and so many names to remember, that following the story becomes a pointless experience. For some reason, though, this movie is incredibly easy to follow story and character-wise. It's pretty much about this corrupt cop scheming to get various yakuza families at war with each other in order to make his job easier. I think the main problem with the film is that the pacing makes this film, sometimes, a tedious experience. They wait about 30 minutes before introducing Otomo, as he's really the catalyst, or at least the cop is hoping, for this war to take place. I think the film could've told the same story in 95 minutes and the film would've been better for it, better paced ane more concise. That's my opinion at least. Still I find movies like this cool, cause while I doubt the film portraya the yakuza as realistically as it could, it's fun seeing the differences between crime organizations all throughout the world. So that's always fun in my opinion. And the climax was excellent where it looks like the corrupt cop is gonna get away with his plan of destroying all the yakuza families that have been pestering him. Of course, he doesn't but seeing how he ends up is part of the fun. This is a good movie, that has some pacing issues but that doesn't really hurt the film that much. It's still a good movie with a compelling story to back it up.
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