REVIEWSDVDOutrage Coda (2017)

Outrage Coda made me think one thing. Is Beat Kitano retiring and he never told anyone? Every moment of this film feels like a master actor/director taking a last look at his beloved genre and backing down. Sure, his stoic Otomo gets some funny lines, but he is far more reserved than in either Outrage or Beyond. While checking out the trailers and documentary on the special features, it felt the same way. Also, it...
November 28, 201888/1001 min
In Theaters
Oct 7th, 2017
On DVD
Nov 27th, 2018
Length
1 hr and 44 mins
Studio
Film Movement
MPAA Rating
Not Rated
Overall Score
Rating Overview
Video
89%
Audio
90%
Special Features
88%
Content
87%
Rating Summary

Outrage Coda made me think one thing. Is Beat Kitano retiring and he never told anyone? Every moment of this film feels like a master actor/director taking a last look at his beloved genre and backing down. Sure, his stoic Otomo gets some funny lines, but he is far more reserved than in either Outrage or Beyond. While checking out the trailers and documentary on the special features, it felt the same way. Also, it was nearly two hours long? The film blazes past so fast that it felt like it was maybe an hour tops.

Were you expecting more? Well, sometimes these films don’t grab me the same way. Honestly, I feel like it was a weak entry to get a standalone release in America. If anything, it could have stood to been bundled in a trilogy set.

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