Here are 10 Japanese Police/Crime cases that would work well as films
Baby Driver is an enjoyable, action-packed crime film featuring magnificent driving and stunts. The director's focus on music and heists easily carries it over the finish line and away from the cops.
Stu Shepherd is a vain and unscrupulous publicist who one day answers a phone in a booth on a New York Street, unwittingly setting in motion events which will destroy his ego and may cost him his life
The Grissoms are a family of violent crooks in 1930s America. When their paths cross that of young heiress Barbara Blandish, the gang abduct her and hold her to ransom and then kill her. But psychotic Slim Grissom begins to fall in love with her ...
George Clooney and Brad Pitt are Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett in the Live Action Disney Remake of the Horror Classic Ocean’s Eight (2018). By the time you finish reading this your spleen, your pacemaker and the nephew you were supposed to be watching will have been stolen.
We're going to take a look a 2010 film release, with Billy Bob Thornton starring as a frustrated barber, who hatches a weird, extortionist scheme which might enable him to get into the newfangled, promising field of dry-cleaning.
If you are looking for a smart, engaging mob film that challenges all of your preconceived notions of what a mob film can be, then you owe it to yourself to watch The Kitchen.
Make sure your computer is Y2K ready because Seth Tomko reviewed A Walk Among the Tombstones.
Triple 9 is cop code for "Officer Down" and this film plays that scenario for all it's worth!
Oliver Stone's 2012 film is an exploration of human nature and its primal instincts, in the midst of the crisis that two best friends face when their girlfriend is kidnapped by a Mexican cartel.