Shinjuku Incident (2009) 720p YIFY Movie

Shinjuku Incident (2009)

San suk si gin is a movie starring Jackie Chan, Naoto Takenaka, and Daniel Wu. A simple Chinese immigrant wages a perilous war against one of the most powerful criminal organizations on the planet.

IMDB: 7.01 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.44G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: Japanese
  • Run Time: 119
  • IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 26 / 35

The Synopsis for Shinjuku Incident (2009) 720p

In China, the poor worker Tietou repairs tractors and misses his sweetheart Xiu Xiu, back in Japan, she having never sent any news to her family or him. While illegally emigrating to Japan, Tietou loses his Chinese documents and so cannot return to his country. He is welcomed by his countrymen who lodge and work in Shinjuku where they also help him to find illegal work. While running from a police raid through the sewage system where Chinese are illegally working, Tietou saves Inspector Kitano from drowning in the dirty water. Later, after an incident with his cousin, Joe, and a Taiwan gang, Tietou saves the powerful Yakuza boss Toshinari Eguchi. He is the husband of Xiu Xiu, who is now called Yuko and are parents of a little daughter. The mobster offers a dirty job to Tietou; in retribution, he promises to deliver the quarter dominated by the Taiwan gang to him. Tietou becomes the boss of the Chinese illegal immigrants. But his peaceful methods make him unpopular and Tietou starts to...

The Director and Players for Shinjuku Incident (2009) 720p

[Role:]Jinglei Xu
[Role:Director]Tung-Shing Yee
[Role:]Naoto Takenaka
[Role:]Jackie Chan
[Role:]Daniel Wu

The Reviews for Shinjuku Incident (2009) 720p

Harsh and realistic depiction of society's underbellyReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 7/10

Jackie Chan's darkest film yet is a quality piece of drama exploring life within Japan's Yakuza gangs. It's a very atypical film for the star, better known these days for his kid-friendly fare in American family films. For fans of Asian thrillers, the gangster elements will be largely familiar, but they're introduced in a novel and interesting way; it's the first film I've seen detailing the plight of Chinese refugee immigrants in Japan.

The twisty-turny plot offers up many twists that are difficult to predict, and the on-screen action is never less than interesting. Jackie gets the opportunity to focus on his acting rather than his martial arts for a change, and he shines as the conflicted farmhand-turned-gangster. Although this isn't an action film per se, there are many memorable set-pieces, not least a large-scale climax that makes for riveting entertainment.

The film's well-shot, if a little dark, and features decent turns from actors in supporting roles (Japanese actors Naoto Takenaka and Masaya Kato are both excellent). Daniel Wu's character in the film undergoes a particularly frightening and believable transformation. The scenes of violence and torture may not be for every viewer's taste, but THE SHINJUKU INCIDENT is a rewarding experience for those viewers exploring Jackie's progression as an actor.

Great movieReviewed bylavalwongVote: 8/10

This is a totally different style of movie that we are so used to see from Jackie.

It is however a very touching story that i highly recommend to others to watch.

The movie is enticing all the way and the directory has done a fantastic job in his filming and story telling.

Given my background, i can very much identify with the characters in the movie.

Life is full of surprises, highs, lows, twists, irony, love, hate, joy, pride and all these are found in the movie.

Just loved it.

Jackie Chan playing an old, tired, boring Jackie ChanReviewed byjason-gradinVote: 4/10

Jackie Chan is a martial artist. He's made his fortune by becoming a modern day kung fu master, learning to act, and defying gravity "Crouching Tiger" style without a single CG effect needed. I remember watching the outtakes from Rumble in the Bronx several years ago. In one of them, a young Jackie Chan sat on a gurney with a twisted ankle after a failed stunt. The studio doctor put a cast around his foot that was made up to look like a regular tennis shoe. Fake shoe in hand (foot?), Chan jumped back onto the set and continued to defy gravity "Hidden Tiger" style without a single CG effect or two working legs needed.

Fast forward to old, rich Jackie Chan. He can produce his own movies now, so no need to work hard. He owns the studio doctor, and probably the guys entire extended family. But while he doesn't bring in his trademark kung fu moves, he does make every attempt rehash his tried and true character - a simple man, down on his luck, and through determination and Forest Gump style understanding of the world, he overcomes obstacles blah blah blah.

In fact, they should really call this movie the Forest Gump Incident. Chan's character bumbles his way through this movie, does about zero kung fu moves (well, at some point he does hit a dude with a stick a few times), and then he rakes in a bunch of cash from uncritical movie goers. He even goes out of his way to NOT get into fights. Just when you think Chan is about to pull a CHAN VS 30 NINJAS fight scene, he simply WALKS outside and then no one goes after him. Or, to mix it up, some dude will stab him, and then he will STUMBLE outside and again, no one goes after him.

By itself it's a so-so movie.

But it's also a terrible Jackie Chan movie.

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