Takeshis' (2005) 1080p YIFY Movie

Takeshis' (2005) 1080p

Beat Takeshi, a prominent actor, meets a lookalike named Kitano, who is a struggling actor, but after the meeting, Kitano's dreams take a violent, surreal turn.

IMDB: 6.51 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.73G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 108
  • IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 12

The Synopsis for Takeshis' (2005) 1080p

Beat Takeshi lives the busy and sometimes surreal life of a showbiz celebrity. One day he meets his blond lookalike named Kitano, a shy convenience store cashier, who, still an unknown actor, is waiting for his big break. After their paths cross, Kitano seems to begin hallucinating about becoming Beat.

The Director and Players for Takeshis' (2005) 1080p

[Role:]Kayoko Kishimoto
[Role:]Kotomi Ky?no
[Role:Director]Takeshi Kitano
[Role:]Takeshi Kitano

The Reviews for Takeshis' (2005) 1080p

A good idea that may lose people who are not fans of KitanoReviewed bySplattiiVote: 7/10

Before I get into anything, I'll admit the film was pretty funny. I laughed more than a few times, and I wasn't alone. There were definitely some funny moments.

Now to my impressions, and I'll include some high level feedback I got from others as well. I'm a mid-tier Kitano fan. I've seen a handful of his directorial films, and many of the films he's acted in. I went with two other people (bear with me, this has a purpose), one of which has seen all of his films, another who hasn't seen a single film by Kitano. Why do I mention this? Because I think it might be one of the keys to enjoying this film As mentioned in the synopsis, the film is about his life. It starts with Beat Kitano the superstar, and follows him around "off set" to give the viewer an idea of what he's face in his daily life. At some point he comes across a "Mr. Kitano" (also played by Beat) in which the story starts to explore the fantasy world of this "Mr. Kitano" who idolizes Beat. While fantasizing, he touches on aspects of his others films, and this is where the experience will differ depending on your prior "Kitano" experience. There were a few scenes I laughed at, where as my friend who had not seen a single Kitano film look puzzled. On the other hand, there were some scenes in which I didn't really react, yet my friend who is a "Kitano Fan" smiled from ear to ear. I guess what I'm trying to say is while I think anyone can enjoy this film, it really seems to truly experience what Kitano was trying to do you have to know a little about his other films. If you don't have prior knowledge, I'd be willing to bet by the end you'll question if 25-30 minutes of the film couldn't have been removed with little impact on the end result.

One of the question I thought about while watching the film was why the movie moved so far way from Beat? I actually found the Beat segments to be more enjoyable than the later part of the film, but unfortunately Beat doesn't remain in the film for long before he runs into "Mr Kitano". I also wonder if he didn't spend too much time exploring this fantasy world, and the end resulted in too much for the viewer. It was fun at first, but I'll admit as much as I love art film, this started to get a bit redundant after a while.

I'd also like to mention that the film (at least in my eyes) is by far his most "artsy" film to date. It almost seemed Ki-Duk like at times, as the last 40 minutes or so of the film had very, very little dialog. Somewhat like HWAL.

Anyhow, I'd probably give the film something between a 7 and 8. I'm pretty sure it's going to get some outstanding reviews, as critics who've had more experience with Kitano should get more out of the film. When the DVD drops I might give it another spin.

Fascinating and PuzzlingReviewed byerostewVote: 10/10

I don't think it's even possible to understand this movie if you aren't Japanese. And I'm not even sure most Japanese fans will really understand it. I can see elements of other Beat Takeshi films from Battle Royale to Zatoichi. And I'm sure that there are tons of references that I just don't recognize. But that's perfectly okay.

If you think of this film as music for your eyes and don't worry about understanding it, it's very enjoyable. You could also say that it's meant to be looked at instead of 'watched', like a moving painting. It isn't necessary to understand every tiny piece to enjoy the whole. But don't let that scare you away. This isn't artsy fartsy crap. There are boobs and guns and yakuzas to keep it interesting.

Of course I'm sure that many who consider themselves knowledgeable about Japanese cinema and Beat Takeshi in particular will think I'm talking out of my butt and will try to analyze and explain every little piece. And that's okay too, as long as they take time to actually enjoy the film.

u will not understand what its all about if u never try to understand Kitano himselfReviewed bynizsuVote: 10/10

Takeshis' is the only Kitano's film that i have been hesitated to watch. I even watched it after Kantoku Banzai. The reason lies in several bad comment about this movie, even from Kitano fans, that its unusual and its not a Kitano film. I realize that there are not many of his works contain as much thought as Takeshis'. Open ur mind and think about the film. If u're a fan of his yakuza movies and expect only yakuya film from Kitano, u shouldn't watch this film becuz u won't understand anything. I would recommend u to read his biography, try to understand him once. Why he desired recognition too much? why he became disillusion about the TV world? why he drove his scooter and crashed? Why there is change in his films before and after his fatal accident? Why he try to not let u watching the same thing every time? When u can answer all of these questions, u're ready to watch Takeshis'

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