The Outsider

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Synopsis

An epic set in post-WWII Japan and centered on an American former G.I. who joins the yakuza.

Cast

  • Jared Leto
  • Tadanobu Asano
  • Kippei Shîna
  • Shioli Kutsuna
  • Emile Hirsch
  • Ray Nicholson
  • Rory Cochrane
  • Nao Ohmori
  • Min Tanaka
  • Masaki Miura

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Michael Fassbender was considered to star in the film when Daniel Espinosa was in talks to direct.
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Goofs

  • Early in the movie, when the waitress hands Nick Lowell (Jared Leto) a beer, it is a long neck Bud instead of the stubby beer bottles that were used when the film is set.
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Quotes

    • Kiyoshi: Kiyoshi. My name is Kiyoshi.
    • Nick Lowell: Nick.
    • Kiyoshi: I need your help. When someone tries to commit suicide in prison, they take you to the hospital. Once I am there, my brothers will come for me. And then, I will have them come for you. Okay?
    • [nods]
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Metacritic

63
Mar 11, 2018

Just far enough off the well-worn mob movie path to be worth a look, even if — like too much on Netflix — you feel the need to bail and see what else is available before it bleeds out.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation
30
Mar 8, 2018

Merging standard gangster movie clichés of both the Japanese and American variety, The Outsider only manages to be ultra-violent and ultra-dull simultaneously.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
49
Mar 7, 2018

It takes extremely familiar plot points and plays them straight, adding nothing new except the premise - a white American joining the Yakuza - which ultimately has very little to do with how the story unfolds. The film might be a functional crime drama but it’s an incredibly unremarkable one.

Metacritic review by William Bibbiani
William Bibbiani
IGN