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GINTAMA

GINTAMA

Written and Directed by: Yuichi Fukuda
Starring: Shun Oguri

Based on the best-selling Science Ficion action-comedy comic with over 50 million copies sold worldwide,

TERRAFORMARS

Director: Takashi Miike
Cast: Hideaki Ito
Emi Takei
Tomohisa Yamashita

Slum-dwelling Shokichi takes responsibility for the crime of murder to protect Nanao, the girl he has grown up with and cares for.

RUROUNI KENSHIN KYOTO INFERNO / THE LEGEND ENDS

Two years after the prologue, the story of Kenshin Himura, once a legendary assassin but now a wonderer protecting the people he cares, has come back to the big screen with the two-part sequel, “Kyoto Inferno” and “The Legend Ends” at last!

Director & Screenplay: Keishi Otomo
Cast:
Takeru Satoh
Emi Takei
Yusuke Iseya
Yosuke Eguchi
Tatsuya Fujiwara

Two years after the prologue, the story of Kenshin Himura, once a legendary assassin but now a wonderer protecting the people he cares, has come back to the big screen with the two-part sequel, "Kyoto Inferno" and "The Legend Ends" at last!

BLACK BUTLER

Directed by Kentaro Otani and Keiichi Sato
Starring Hiro Mizushima, Ayame Goriki, Yuka, Mizuki Yamamoto

The Black Butler, Highly Skilled and Most Evil

RUROUNI KENSHIN

Directed by Keishi Otomo

Starring: Takeru Satoh, Emi Takei, Koji Kikkawa, Yu Aoi, Yosuke Eguchi, Teruyuki Kagawa

Set in the beginning of the Meiji era, this epic action film tells a story of a legendary assassin Kenshin HIMURA, who later became a wanderer protecting the common people.

AMAZONS IN WHITE (1995)

Adult
Theatrical Release in Japan: 11/18/95
75 mins.

Directed by: Mitsunori Hattori
Yuko Fujimori, Asami Katsuragi

A female doctor, Seiko, and three nurses are conscientiously engaged in providing medical treatment in spite of the enormous debt their hospital is suffering from. However, apart from their daily work at the hospital, they are also secretly engaged in terminating major criminals that cannot be punished under the law.

ANOTHER LONELY HITMAN (1995)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
105 mins.

Directed by: Rokuro Mochizuki
Ryo Ishibashi, Asami Sawaki

Time has not been too kind to this hitman, who has just served 10 years in prison. He returns to his former haunts to find that the yakuza society that he had served has changed. Now it is completely lacking in manners, faith and tradition. It seems that in the winds of change his way of life has become part of the past... This is the story of an outlaw, which shows the way that time changes all things.

ANOTHER LONELY HITMAN II (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
108 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Watanabe
Masayuki Watanabe, Kotoko Shiraishi

Detective Shimada has deteriorated to the point of becoming a drug-addicted hitman headed for destruction... Masayuki Imai takes over the role of Shimada, giving a powerful performance.

THE BLACKMAILER (1997)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
85 mins.

Directed by: Satoshi Kaneda
Riki Takeuchi, Naomasa Musaka

Kenjyo is a private detective that serves his clients by obtaining funds through the blackmail of notorious criminals. But a chance phone call from an unknown woman hurls him headlong into a world of drugs, money, and women... Stars Riki Takeuchi. Based on the novel by Hideo Minami.

DEAD BEAT (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/07/99
80 mins.

Directed by: Jin Ando
Sho Aikawa, Jun Murakami, Kirina Mano

A suspense surrounding a lady who was shoved into the trunk of the Mercedes-Benz that she had stolen. Leading actress Kirina Mano was selected to act in "81/2 Women," directed by Peter Greenaway. Director Hiroshi Ando received the Motion Pictures Rookie Director's Award in '94.

THE DOBERMAN COP (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Daisuke Goto
Riki Takeuchi, Mayumi Yoshino

Doberman Cop is filled with violence and action, as he investigates a burglary in Ginza and uncovers a drug dealing organization. Based on the comic by Buronson and Shinji Hiramatsu.

DRAGON BLUE (1996)

Sci-Fi
Theatrical Release in Japan: 03/30/96
75 mins.

Directed by: Takuya Wada
Hiroko Tanaka, Keiji Muto

A series of eerie disappearances of women continues on an island. A Feng Shui reader tackles this bizarre case. Highly-acclaimed VFX creators from the U.S. and Japan collaborated technically to achieve this visual masterpiece.

DUEL OF THE YAKUZA (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeushi, Hakuryu

The Sawamura-gumi distains dirty business, upholding the yakuza moral code while reaping profits through gambling. The Nomura-gumi becomes powerful through violent activity. The boss of the Sawamura-gumi, Ryu Sawamura, barges in during a special ceremony of the Nomura-gumi, bringing it to an abrupt halt. Inoue, who covets the position of Nomura-gumi new boss, intimidates Sorimachi of the Sawamura-gumi to force him to kill his own boss, Ryu. Sorimachi, shotgun in hand, arrives at the hot spring where Ryu is hidden. The opening volley is fired as an all-out bloodbath begins! Starring Riki Takeuchi and Hakuryu.

FUDOH: THE NEW GENERATION (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 10/12/96
99 mins.

Directed by: Takashi Miike
Shosuke Tanihara, Riki Takeuchi

Director Takashi Miike's breakthrough film, based on the novel by Hitoshi Tanimura. This ultra violent film portrays the battle with the yakuza establishment by its younger counterparts. Fudoh is a psychologically scarred son of a yakuza family who decides to deploy his own small army after having seen his father kill his older brother in order to save himself.

* Fantasporto - Fantasia Section Award Best Film (Live Action), Intl Fantasy Film Special Jury Award

FUDOH II: NOHMA STRIKES BACK! (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Shosuke Tanihara, Riki Takeuchi

One year has passed. Riki Fudoh murders his own father, becoming boss of the Fudoh gang while appearing to be just a gifted high school student. His archrival, Daigen Nohma, starts to encroach on Fudoh's territory in the Tokyo area, and terrible violence follows... Stars Riki Takeuchi and Shosuke Tanihara.

FUDOH III: FUDOH'S REVENGE (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Shosuke Tanihara, Riki Takeuchi

Riki continues his role as a successful high school student while also establishing firm gang control of the Tokyo area. But his archrival Nohma, an armed gang of high school girls, and Chinese gang members all fight for their share of the territory as extreme violence escalates... Stars Riki Takeuchi and Shosuke Tanihara.

GATE OF YAKUZA (1994)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 10/15/94
88 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shirai
Hiroyuki Watanabe, Hiromi Nakajima

GATE OF YAKUZA II: THE SECOND GENERATION (1995)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
87 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shirai
Hiroyuki Watanabe, Hiromi Nakajima

GATE OF YAKUZA III: THE LAST DON (1995)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
88 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shirai
Hiroyuki Watanabe, Hiromi Nakajima

GUARD DOG (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Yasushi Saishi
Kazuya Kimura, Eri Imai

A tough and violent battle ensues between Hikaru Gotokuji, who's been assigned as the bodyguard for a popular young entertainer, and the ex-mercenary who is aggressively intent on assassination. Starring Kazuya Kimura.

HARD BOILED (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Directed by: Katsuji Kanazawa
Riki Takeuchi, Toru Minegishi

An ordinary school bus driver is torn from his pleasant life because of trouble with the yakuza. He discovers a brute strength lurking within himself as he becomes involved in the violent conflict. An aging boxer and a hooker are recruited in the battle with the Kikuta-gumi...

THE INFORMER (1998)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Sho Aikawa

Yuzuru, ex-thief 106," combines his skills with those of his former enemy, Detective Onishima, intent on the destruction of a terrible evil that is beyond the reach of the law. Thrills and hardball action as these men become buddies...
Based on the action novel by Azusa Katsume."

JOKER (1998)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 05/30/98
104 mins.

Directed by: Takashi Komatsu
Kenichi Hagiwara, Atsuro Watabe

Murakoshi returns to his yakuza gang after seven years in prison. But the gang considers Murakoshi to be a jinx, and assigns another member, Hiroshi, to keep an eye on him. Hiroshi, who was an illegitimate child, was called a jinx and suffered abuse while growing up. The two emotionally scarred "jinxes" meet, and must fight a terrible battle...Features theme music by the rock group "thee michelle gun elephant."

THE MAN WHO SHOT THE KING (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/10/99
92 mins.

Directed by: Seiji Izumi
Koji Matoba, Akiho Sendo

"The Battle of the Osaka Mob" occurs during a dispute involving expansion of the Yamaguchi-gumi. It climaxes when a 26-year-old punk attacks the gang's third-generation boss! What prompted him to target this unlikely opponent? Film adaptation of Katsuhiro Yamada's novel, based on the life of Kiyoshi Narumi.

MOBSTERS' CONFESSIONS (1998)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/21/98
99 mins.

Directed by: Rokuro Mochizuki
Shunsuke Matsuoka, Shingo Tsurumi

This drama depicts the battle of two yakuza that are both good at finding loopholes in financial matters. Jiro takes advantage of the bubble economy to make corporate scams, but gets involved with a woman, Kumiko. He ends up being escorted by "J", and a complex series of events unfolds... Directed by Rokuro Mochizuki (Onibi: The Fire Within); based on a comic.

RICHES AND HONORS (1998)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
82 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Riki Takeuchi

The heir to the Yasuda conglomerate, Ippei Yasuda, battles injustice as a detective. Ippei's outstanding performance at the police academy led to his recruitment at the Kyobashi Police Station, where he confronts organized crime and behind-the-scenes judicial intrigue while investigating serial murders with the veteran detective, Tamura. Film adaptation of Hiroshi Motomiya's popular comic. Starring Riki Takeuchi.

RICHES AND HONORS II (1998)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
77 mins.

Directed by: Yoshiho Fukuoka
Riki Takeuchi

A bureaucrat with the Ministry of Health and Welfare is brutally murdered. The investigations of Ippei Yasuda bring to light the political, financial and illicit drug manipulations of a psychiatrist. Starring Riki Takeuchi.

NOEL (2003)

Drama
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/26/03
92 mins.
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Directed by: Tomonori Nashiki
Taka, Takamasa Suga

A charming tale of the seemingly perfect assassin, Mikasa, who runs a business in Okinawa called "Paradise." He encounters various people in the course of his work, in particular Takashi and Kahoru, who have their own objectives...Starring Taka of the group "La'cryma Christi," who feature in the soundtrack.

ONIBI - THE FIRE WITHIN (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 04/19/97
101 mins.

Directed by: Rokuro Mochizuki
Yoshio Harada, Reiko Kataoka

Once feared as a hitman called "Fireball," Kunihiro resolves to live a normal life after finally being released from prison, only to be drawn back into the dark criminal world.... He is torn between his ideals and reality. Kunihiro meets a piano player, Mako, and they can't help but notice the attraction that they feel towards each other...

* Japan Professional Movie Award - Best Actor (Yoshio Harada), 4th Best Film of the Year / Kinema Junpo Award - Best Director / Mainichi Film Concours - Best Actor (Yoshio Harada)

OTOKOGUMI (1998)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
81 mins.

Directed by: Masaki Harada
Junichi Kawamoto, Shigeru Kanai

A very prestigious school, Seiun Gakuen, is controlled by Goji Jinryu through a policy of intimidation. A new student, Zenjiro Nagare, enrolls in the school and sets off an all-out confrontation with Jinryu! Second film adaptation of the novel "Otokogumi," written by Tetsu Kariya, who is famous for the comic "Oishinbo."

PRISONER MARIA: THE MOVIE (1995)

Adult
Theatrical Release in Japan: 11/18/95
75 mins.

Directed by: Shuji Kataoka
Noriko Aota, Masahiro Sudo

Maria Kujo is sentenced to prison for a murder which involves the yakuza, and is forced to become a government assassin in exchange for access to her son and possible freedom. Her latest assignment involves a serial killer, among other social misfits. . . A graphically violent film starring Noriko Aota.

RESURRECTION OF THE GOLDEN WOLF (1998)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/21/98
101 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Watanabe
Claude Maki, Yasushi Kitamura

Tetsuya Asakura works in management at a pharmaceutical company, and appears to be a diligent but average employee. However, in reality he is not only exceptionally strong physically, but has received an "electronic brain weapon," truly a model hero! Revival of the 1979 film starring Yusaku Matsuda, which was an adaptation of Haruhiko Oyabu's novel. Claude Maki stars.

RESURRECTION OF THE GOLDEN WOLF II (1998)

Suspense
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
99 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Watanabe
Claude Maki, Yasushi Kitamura

Sequel to "Resurrection of the Golden Wolf." Asakura's grand ambitions are rushing headlong to a new height. The 20-minute climax sequence is totally unexpected and overwhelming! Claude Maki stars.

TETSU THE DYNAMITE (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 03/20/99
105 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi

A humanitarian yakuza called Yasuda meets a loner yakuza called Tetsu. They fight together against their common enemy to serve up justice in the world of yakuza.

TOKYO MAFIA: YAKUZA BLOOD (1995)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
80 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shiraishi
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

A former mobster has founded the Tokyo Mafia, a renegade crime syndicate dedicated to vengeance and a new brand of lawlessness. Blood and bullets are destined to explode over Tokyo! Based on a novel by Kazuhiko Murakami.

TOKYO MAFIA II: BATTLE FOR SHINJUKU (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
87 mins.

Directed by: Seiishi Shiraishi
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

An all-out gang war commences when Ginya Yabuki, leader of the secretive "Tokyo Mafia," takes violence to a new extreme as he battles the all-powerful "Teitokai" organization. It escalates into a fight for control of all of Asia as Taiwanese and Hong Kong mafia gangs get involved in the struggle! Stars Riki Takeuchi and Masayuki Imai.

TOKYO MAFIA III: YAKUZA WARS (AKA GANGSTER) (1996)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
84 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

Yabuki returns to a Tokyo that is swept up in violent gang wars of vengeance, as organized crime from all of Asia infiltrates. He recruits the toughest gang members he can find and boldly issues a challenge to the most powerful crime syndicate, the "Teitokai"... Stars Riki Takeuchi and Masayuki Imai.

TOKYO MAFIA IV: WRATH OF THE YAKUZA (AKA GANGSTER II) (1997)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Masayuki Imai

Some years have passed since the brutal conflict in Tokyo between Tokyo Mafia" and "Teitokai." A youth, Ryo, hears stories of a legendary professional hit man from a mysterious vagrant. The hitman's name is Ginya Yabuki. Before long, a fated encounter with Yabuki sweeps Ryo into a world of violence and murder...
Stars Riki Takeuchi."

WILD ZERO (1999)

Horror
Theatrical Release in Japan: 08/28/99
98 mins.

Directed by: Tetsuro Takeuchi
Guiter Wolf, Masa Endo

This action-packed feature entertains with Sci-Fi horror, true love, and good old Rock 'n Roll. Ace is a faithful fan and blood brother to Guitar Wolf, and together they try to rescue the beautiful Tobio, who they encounter by chance. When they enter their concert venue they find they've been booked by a crazy club owner, and encounter zombies and even some UFOs. Let the battle begin!

YAKUZA CABLE (1999)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 02/20/99
91 mins.

Directed by: Yoichi Maeda
Hidekazu Akai, Miho Tsumiki

Filled with humor and suspense, the story takes place at a Cable Television station operated by... the yakuza?!

YAKUZA WRESTLING (1994)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: 11/25/94
85 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Hakuryu, Masaru Matsuda

Young yakuza boss Sorimachi is surprised when he sees that his associates appear on a show called "Yakuza Pro-Wrestling" to earn money. Sorimachi is enraged, but then...

THE YANAGAWA FAMILY (2002)

Yakuza
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
90 mins.

Directed by: Takeshi Miyasaka
Riki Takeuchi, Kazuyoshi Ogawa

Chronicles Yanagawa-gumi violence from their all-out attempt to take total control of Japan until their official declaration of break-up on April 09, 1969. Although Yanagawa-gumi has expanded from just nine thugs to an extremely powerful syndicate with 70 branches and 1,600 members, leader Jiro Yanagawa (powerfully portrayed by Riki Takeuchi) decides to bring the gang to an end. Action-filled, outrageous final sequel.

ZERO WOMAN (1995)

Adult
Theatrical Release in Japan: 01/21/95
80 mins.

Directed by: Koji Enokido
Naoko Iijima, Tokuma Nishioka

Section 0 is the most covert operation within the Japanese police department. It's so secret, it reports to no one. Once an operative accepts an assignment, they carry it through to the death. Meet Special Agent Rei, code name, Zero. She's beautiful, strong, and seductive, not to mention... deadly.

ZERO WOMAN II (1995)

Adult
Theatrical Release in Japan: N/A
85 mins.

Directed by: Daisuke Goto
Natsuki Ozawa, Tokuma Nishioka

The sequel takes it all one step further as Special Agent Rei of the police department's top-secret "Section O" returns as a dangerous assassin! Natsuki Ozawa takes on the role of the extreme detective, cool and sexy in a violent world of crime.

SHAOLIN GIRL

Directed by Katsuyuki Motohiro
Executive Produced by Stephen Chow and Chihiro Kameyama, Starring Kou Shibasaki

Rin endures the martial arts training in China but what awaits her in hometown back in Japan is her dojo that lies in tatters and students who have abandoned the true discipline of Shaolin kung-fu. While struggling to restore her grandfather's school to its former glory and spread a genuine Shaolin philosophy, Rin attends university where she becomes the star member of the lacrosse team. While Rin's exceptional physical abilities bring a string of victories to the team, her teammates in turn come to her aid by helping her reestablish the dojo. Just as fortune seems to smile upon her, a dark incident from a past Rin knew nothing about rears its ugly head and throws her into a fatalistic showdown with tremendous evil. Is the Shaolin Girl up to the challenge?

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