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Brother (2000)

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After his crime boss is killed in a Tokyo gang war, A yakuza gangster moves to Los Angeles where he must go through fire and water for survival. He and his half-brother, the leader of a drug ring, fight in deadly battle to gain the power.
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RTÉ (Ireland)
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February 13, 2003

If the yardstick for mob flicks is 'Goodfellas' (and it should be), then 'Brother' doesn't stand a chance. On its own, however, it is a stylish, colourful film.
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Film Scouts
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June 21, 2007

A vital, stylish Yakuza pic, Kitano crafts a new world/old world, brother against brother epic battle straddling both sides of the Pacific.
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Washington Post

July 27, 2001

Just how many acts of self-inflicted finger amputations do I really want to see?
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San Diego Metropolitan
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October 21, 2002

Oh, brother.
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Seattle Times
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July 27, 2001

Sure to satisfy fans of the laconic auteur.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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June 25, 2012

A powerful statement on a violent society -- and a very uncomfortable one that is apt to alienate many viewers.
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Miami Herald

August 10, 2001

Kitano's most enjoyable, flat-out fun movie, provided you can stomach the violence.
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Greenwich Village Gazette

November 07, 2003

Takashi has been considered a master auteur. Perhaps, but there's no art here, just violence.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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July 27, 2001

Kitano presents all this mayhem in crisp and cool camera work that distances it and keeps it from becoming oppressive.
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MovieFreak.com
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June 19, 2003

The film explores in multi-layered depths how violence begets violence and how this cycle, once started, is nearly impossible to break.
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New York Observer
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August 03, 2001

As an actor and writer-director, Mr. Kitano projects an amused irony that makes his films worth seeing.
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Houston Chronicle

July 27, 2001

Intriguing though uneven.
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