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The formerly prominent though now decimated Sanno-kai yakuza crime organization is being absorbed into the Hanabishi-kai under their Grand Yakuza leader, who has virtually unified the entire underground of all of Japan into a massive, single and centralized organization. Among the few survivors of the gang war is Otomo who was a former lieutenant of the Sanno-kai and who had allied himself temporarily with the Hanabishi-kai in order to set the records straight concerning what he felt was his unjust imprisonment while still with the Sanno-kai. The police now believe that the unification plan of the new Hanabishi-kai is far too extensive to be ignored and begin to organize a massive nationwide crackdown on the Hanabishi-kai before the full unification makes too much progress across all of Japan. Otomo, making use of his ties with powerful Korean crime connections, decides that there are enough remnants of his old clan that he can make his own stand in the final chapter of his seeking to correct his unjust imprisonment inflicted upon him by his former yakuza brothers. Edit Translation

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  • Country: Japan
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Oct 7, 2017
  • Duration: 1 hr. 44 min.
  • Score: 7.6 (scored by 113 users)
  • Ranked: #81488
  • Popularity: #16554
  • Content Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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The Butterfly
3 people found this review helpful
Feb 18, 2024
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Overall 7.5
Story 7.5
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 7.0

"Your attitude determines whether you are poison or antidote"

Outrage Coda brought Beat Takeshi’s Outrage trilogy to a fitting finale. Old school yakuza Otomo had been through a lot in the last two films, but he wasn’t through with the Sanno and Hanabishi families. If they’d left him alone, he might have been willing to let bygones be bygones. Too bad the younger yakuza weren’t smart enough to respect their elders, especially when their elder was a no-nonsense killing machine.

After the incidents at the end of the previous film, Otomo took powerful fixer Chang up on a job offer and became the boss of his Jeju Island casinos and hotels in South Korea. Otomo and his underling Ichikawa spent their afternoons fishing and hanging out, that is until a Hanabishi yakuza named Hanada showed up. The cocky gangster had unusual sexual proclivities and hurt two of Otomo’s prostitutes, disrespected him, and killed one of his men. The Hanabishi family’s new head was a businessman who mishandled the whole affair with Otomo’s boss, Chang. Nomura, the new boss, was a businessman who’d never been to prison and had no tattoos and lacked the respect of the older executives. He attempted to have Chang murdered as well as ordering Nakata to murder his sworn brother, Nishino. Otomo never needed much of an excuse to go on a murderous rampage and rampage he did, taking revenge on anyone left who wronged him in the last two films and the current one. He made the Valentine’s Day Massacre look like a Sunday school picnic. Retribution thy name is Otomo or “F*ck Off”, whichever you prefer.

The original movie was wall to wall betrayals, torture sessions, and gruesome murders. The second film took the time to develop relationships and explain the treacherous maneuvering. This last film focused on the old guard having had enough of the lack of respect for the code by the younger upstarts. Much of this film focused on Nakata and Nishino’s strategizing in order to stay alive and remove obstacles to their power. This time instead of being everyone’s pawn, Otomo made his list, checked it twice and erased anyone on it. Despite the high body count, it felt lighter in tone than the others. Coda had more humor than the previous two, dark as it was.

Otomo kept to the code until the very end, showing he was a badass who never blinked in the face of death. He and the Habanishi brothers demonstrated why you’d best not underestimate old guys, there’s a reason they were still around in a job where most employees were given the early retirement plan paid out in lead. Outrage Coda wrapped up the trilogy in the only way a yakuza film could be, in blood.

17 February 2024

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  • Movie: Outrage: Final Chapter
  • Country: Japan
  • Release Date: Oct 7, 2017
  • Duration: 1 hr. 44 min.
  • Content Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older


  • Score: 7.6 (scored by 113 users)
  • Ranked: #81488
  • Popularity: #16554
  • Watchers: 251

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