Tokyo 10+01 (Tokyo Eleven) (2003)




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Eleven criminals awaken in an abandoned warehouse, where they are forced to fight to the death in Uzumaki director Higuchinsky's parody of Kenji Fukusaku's cult hit Battle Royal. With 300 million and a second shot at freedom on the line, each contestant strives to stay alive longer than the next and emerge the blood-soaked victor. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


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Sadly, the director of the bizarre and wonderful Uzumaki decided to follow that up with a low budget rip off?. I mean homage of Battle Royale.  Just because he casts an actor from the original BR and references Kenji Fukasaku does not mean he gets off scott free when basically copying BR?s formula.  I didn?t hate this film, it was mildly entertaining and went by quickly at less than an hour and 10 minutes, but from the talent involved it should have been so much more.  It?s awful that this is the last movie that Higuchinsky has done, I?m more than willing to give him another chance.

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