Accidental Kidnapper

Accidental Kidnapper

Yuukai Rhapsody follows a man who is stuck in a rut, no personal life and no cash lead him to the drastic decision of kidnapping a rich boy, unbeknownst to him the boy's father is a yakuza boss! With the yakuza and the police hot on his tail he is forced to take the boy and go on the run, somehow during the journey kidnapper and kidnappee begin to develop a friendship with one another.

Hideyoshi Date (Katsunori Takahashi) is at his wits' end when we first meet him in. Deep in debt, with no job... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Phillip H (fr) wrote: It s very good movie and Kevin grow up to be handsome! :D

Tommy N (de) wrote: Really, Really good! Watch this movie if you get a chance.

Chris L (nl) wrote: Funny and interesting but nothing too special.

Toad K (it) wrote: I love it and great for the Christmas spirit.

Greg W (mx) wrote: awesome action movie that flixter once again lost my original review!

Ultram D (br) wrote: Parhetic, jblack was ok in it

Shawn W (mx) wrote: Jeff Speakman's first (and last) starring role in a film that received widespread distribution. Has a great scene where he is confronted by 4 muggers in an alley. I'll be on the lookout for Speakman's straight to video work after watching this.

Andy P (br) wrote: Mario Brava's debut is a gothic chiller of the kind that Universal mastered with their monster horrors of the 1930s and 40s, but with an eery and atmospheric style which uses lighting and shadow spectacularly well for spooky effect.

David S (fr) wrote: Invaluable look into the culture of mental institutions in the mid-60s, this documentary is one of Wiseman's most famous.

Ajk D (ca) wrote: JCVD back in action well at least he tried surprisingly with real life son who got potential

Alex C (br) wrote: Although the film contains an average storyline, with slight unpredictability, Tower Heist certainly deserves good marks for its strong cast, with an exceptionally strong, throwback performance by Eddie Murphy which makes this film easy viewing.