• 电影名称 Dead or Alive: Final

  • 中文名称 生存还是毁灭之特警新人王
  •  类型  喜剧 / 犯罪 / 戏剧 / 科幻 / 惊悚
  •  国家  日本
  •  语言  日语 / 粤语
  •  时长  1 hr 29 min (89 min)
  • 上映时间 12 January 2002 (Japan)
OK, this doesn't compare to the explosive tempo of the first part'sopening sequence; nor to its visual shock value; nor, for that matter,to the melancholic suspense of the second installment. No, it'ssurprisingly and refreshingly different (apart, of course, from the twomain actors). The tongue-in-c...
I'm so honored to see I'm one of the 3 women who have rated DOA: Finalon the IMDb that I feel compelled to comment. Look, Ma, I'm anarcane-trash-cinema hound! Yippee! Right. Having seen all three DOA films in one evening at atriple-feature (this is what happens when you live in a small Frenchcity an...
While Miike Takashi has not written any of the films he has directed, hisstyle and formula (or lack thereof) has made him a force to be reckonedwithin modern filmmaking. He takes the most mundane of stories and scenariosandgives it a fresh jolt of adrenaline and emotion, making his films seem asfres...
The third part of Miike's Dead or Alive trilogy is as unrelated to the firsttwo parts as they were to each other, more or less. Show Aikawa and RikiTakeuchi are back again for the lead roles, but this time the movie thrustsus forward 300 years or so into the future... post apocalypse.Riki plays a to...
The original Dead or Alive (1999) was a straight to video police/Yakuzacross-over that opened with a rock-video style montage and climaxedwith a scene of jaw-dropping implausibility. It took on the clichés andcharacteristics of the usual police dramas that we're familiar with,but infused them with ...
Two actors play rival gangsters in three films, the final of which is asci-fi film, that nods strangely to William S. Burroughs, Philip K.Dick, and anime all at once. The robots are actually called"replicants", a reference to Dicks Blade Runner(several visualallusions to the film can be found as wel...
If you loved the 1993 (erotic, sci-fiction)cyborg film "Nemesis", thenyou'll love this one. I loved it the minute the Elvis Pompadoured heropulls out a samurai sword during a shoot-out. Like "Nemesis" its takesplace in a post apocalyptic slum of the future. Both are policethrillers where the well ar...
In the last of a trilogy, Riki Takeuchi and Sho Aikawa are once againon the opposite ends of the spectrum, as they were in the first DOA,after being the best of friends in the second one. Riki is a copsearching for his son being held by a gang whom drifter Sho is a partof. Even though, if you think ...
The final installment sees Sho Aikawa and Riki Takeuchi (looking coolerthanever in his reversible overcoat!) pitched against each other for one lastbattle, this time in the future. The plot owes a lot to Blade Runner,butdone in Takashi Miike's low budget, frenetic, comic style. I did feelthatit wa...
Picks up again where part 2 ended with a summary and the end did remindyou of the best parts of part 1 and 2 but this taking place in thefuture also takes the movie further away from the original script thenever.The end scene is again one you will have a WTF feeling and the partwere they are some ki...
Dead or Alive: Final, the movie that supposedly brings together thethree films in the very loose Dead or Alive trilogy, and connectedmostly by its stars, Riki Takeiuchi and Sho Aikawa and that each filmhas its share of bizarro-world fixtures and neuroses and heaps ofviolence, is admittedly the weake...
This is a film that has to be taken in context. It shouldn't be seenunless you've seen the first two films, but the sort of people seeingthis film will probably own the box set, or at least know someone whodoes. And you shouldn't go in expecting Blade Runner; the films budgetdoesn't stretch quite th...
Dead or Alive - Finale.and it starts so well: a dirigible with neon signs beneath floats over adesolate city street, the sky is yellow (from pollution?) and theunderclassrun from the reproduction police in Yokohama 2364. However, the image ofBlade Runner meets 1984, set for a change during the day, ...
I taped this on Sundance and had no idea that it was a Miike film. Ithought it was just another kung fu movie.Then I saw things like the dancing sax player who sounded like an Oriental Gato Barbieri, and I knew this had to beMiike.I missed the beginning opening credits and had to wait till the verye...
Out of the three in the trilogy, I'd say this is the second strongest. Itstarts with some very amazing action, but goes downhill from there.Thematically it's similar to the previous films, but the story and pointofthe movie get muddled somewhere along the way. The ending is quite nuts,andreminded me...
This film makes several nods to various science fiction films. The prologue reminds me of the one for the original theatrical version of THX-1138 (thetrailer for BUCK ROGERS, here it was clips from some early Japanese SF TV show). Thenthe opening shot of the city in 2345 has the dragon blip flying ...
This was a surprise - I was expecting something along the lines of theoriginal DOA, not having seen any of the sequels. What you actually get is aslowish, rather beautiful, enigmatic science fiction film, rather like aPhilip K Dick novel in that its central themes are love and the problem ofhow to b...
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