Tokyo Zombie

2005, Comedy/Horror, 1h 44m

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Two dimwitted co-workers (Tadanobu Asano, Show Aikawa) battle zombies that emerge from a garbage dump.

Cast & Crew

Show Aikawa
Mitsuo
Kazuo Umezu
Akiyama, Prince
Sakichi Satô
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  • Feb 12, 2010
    Stars off cliche & diappointing but gets better & better as it proceeds, Aikawa & Asano are awesome, Some of the jokes fall flat but the film is a fun, unpredictable & refreshing experience with enough substance
    Arash X Super Reviewer
  • Oct 21, 2009
    Super wacky zombie film. At first it was really border-line gay and zombie running cheesy. As the movie progresses, the plot gets better and better. The last part of the film was really hilarious and semi-positive. It was overall a cheesy great comical "baka" film. I'm really impressed with Arata Furuta's acting.
    Jojo S Super Reviewer
  • Oct 18, 2009
    Frequently insane and quite funny with two working class Japanese men, an older bald guy and his "Jujitsu student" fight zombies with jujitsu. Not swords, not guns, but face-smashing jujitsu. I thought this Japanese zombie film is good, but not quite great as well as it is just plain dumb. The film has been called the Japanese <i>Shaun of the Dead</i>. I see it. I think it's a stretch, but I see it. There's a similar style of dark humor and violence coupled with cheesy CGI. This film's biggest flaw is a lack of zombies. Sure, we have plenty of zombies, but there still seems to be a shortage -- there are periods of up to ten minutes without zombie action. These scenes are often filled with sentimental blather.
    Dean M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 11, 2009
    There were several moments while I was watching that I found myself laughing hysterically at this and then there were many times I found myself scratching my head at how bad and unfunny this was. The jokes were so hit and miss and most of them missed. It was as if they were trying to hard and the harder they tried the worse it got. But this is one really bizarre movie. One of the more bizarre movies that I have ever seen. But when i got to the last 10 minutes I was laughing hard.
    Ken D Super Reviewer

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