Murder Unincorporated (1965)

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When a mob cartel is threatened with assassination of its leadership, and indeed one of its heads is shot, the remaining heads hire hitmen of their own via an audition as defense. With ... See full summary »


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21 November 2020 | ralphv1
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| Crime Film Parody
This crime comedy from Japan is a bit of a mixed bag where slapstick comedy and absurdist parody collide in a crime milieu of rival gangs and bosses. The appearance of a mysterious assassin prompts panicked bosses to adopt a "more is more" approach, hiring a whole bevy of eccentric assassins to both protect them and hunt down the enigmatic "Joe of Spades." The result is a film that is frequently amusing, occasionally funny and consistently engaging.

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Comedy | Crime

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Release Date:

25 August 1965

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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