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Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (Widescreen)

Charles Bronson    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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Action superstar Charles Bronson (Death Wish, Breakheart Pass) is at his two-fisted best in this gritty, action-packed thriller about a cop hellbent on wiping out a vicious child prostitution ring. Lt. Crowe (Bronson) is a veteran LA vice cop who nearly goes berserk after his young daughter is molested by an unidentified Asian man. As he battles his own racial prejudices and feelings of rage, Crowe is ordered to hunt down a brutal pimp who has kidnapped the daughter of a Japanese businessman. Hindered by police force superiors, Crowe is pushed into a personal war of vengeance, pitting himself against a savage urban empire of drugs and sexual depravity.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Paaarrrrrty......Don't Let Your Momma Know! March 3 2003
This is an extremely ugly film. Extremely ugly. I'm surprised that Bronson himself wasn't a little leery about doing this. This film shows us an all too real, filthy business that goes on right under our noses, in many cities throughout the world: Child prostitution. My only gripe with this film is that the problem is there, but the film doesn't seem to have any message or solution, but merely uses child prostitution as new subject matter for a Bronson action flick. This makes the film seem much, much sleazier because the subject matter is treated so cheaply. I mean, I cannot believe the stuff that happens to the young Japanese girl in the film! But all in all I like to view this film in the mindset that I view all Bronson films, and that makes it much more enjoyable. I give this four stars alone for the scene where Bronson makes a pimp swallow his wristwatch, then casually sets fire to his car. I'm not sure if I've ever laughed harder. He does have some great lines too. There's a great scene where he storms in on a porno film being shot and just beats the snot out of everyone. Bronson's about 70 years old here! It's great! Do I recommend? Yes, just know what you're going to see in this. The only solution this movie has to this horrible problem is that you can kill a pimp with a giant claw hanging from a crane.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bronson is intense, believable, and pushin' 70 Jan. 3 2003
This is a very amazing movie that is made by J. Lee Thompson, and is stared in by Charles Bronson. There is a very complex man that is portrayed by Bronson in this film, and it is not as easy for the average viewer to understand why. You can see him change his mind as the movie goes on, kind of in a way like an old man who thought a certain way for a long time then started to think a different way. Steve McQueen is not in this movie. The only kick out is that it's all shown by unordinary cyphers and all that. The part where he makes the pimp swallow his watch is good. The part where he burns the pimps car after he makes him swallow the watch is also good.
This is not for everyone. This movie is very strong, and the viewer must also be strong to not get upset but that might still happen if you are not all the way prepared. However, Charles Bronson is good so this movie is good too.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Trash April 19 2001
Format:VHS Tape
This movie has to be the low point of Charles Bronson's career. The subject matter in this film is sick and disturbing and the plot is dubious at best.
The characters in this film are either pathetic or dispicable and don't deserve the viewer's sympathy. Bronson's Lieutenant Crowe is an acerbic, manipulative cop who is just as contemptible as the rest of the cast and by the end of the movie, you wish someone would lock him up and throw away the key.
"Kinjite" is a film that some will find offensive as there are a lot of religious, racial and ethnic stereotypes in this film. In light of this, I'm surprised that the movie's producers didn't receive more wide-spread condemnation. I found this movie to be nothing more than vile trash and it really deserves a zero. I would advise anyone with a modicum of decency and sensibility to avoid it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Pronounced: Kin-ji-tae March 12 2004
By Tuco
While being a film of questionable subject matter, this is not a badly made film. Cinematography, editing, score and performances were a bit above average for Bronsons later flicks. I do find it strange that Bronson would take on such a distatseful premise for a plot. Not a whole lot of action in ths one, more of a 'cop investigates crime' plot than the 'blow away punks' that we're used to. This film is mostly for Bronson addicts and completeists. Before watching this one, just make sure that you've seen The Stone Killer, Hard Times, all the Death Wish, Breakout, From Noon till Three, Violent City, The Mechanic and Mr. Majestyk first. Remember, Bronson was never bad, just in bad films...
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's Dirty Bronson v Scum Prostitution Ring. Dec 5 2001
Format:VHS Tape
Charles Bronson plays a rage-aholic, Japanese hating cop that, ironically, has to search the LA under belly for a Japanese businessman's abducted daughter. Typical fist and gun fights follow. Some shallow attempts at character complexity fail to lift this J. Lee Thompson directed thriller above the average mark, but fans will find it entertaining enough.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Film Feb. 17 2009
This movie certainly lived up to its hype! Charles Bronson is a cop who tracks down a pimp and his associates running young girls (children). Check out the scene where he forces the antagonist Duke swallow his watch! Shared it with the entire office and even my girlfriend watched. The final line in the film is classic. Highly recommended!
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