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Takashi Miike

Date of Birth: Aug 24, 1960

Country: Japan

Biography: A prolific and controversial filmmaker, Miike first gained widespread notoriety in Japan in the early 2000's with movies featuring shocking, graphic violence. He's also proven himself capable of lighter fare, and has even recently tackled children's films.

Total Titles at Criticker: 104 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated: Director (99) | Actor (8) | Writer (4)
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Lesson of the Evil (2012)
A popular high school teacher concocts an extreme plan to deal with the rise of bullying and bad behavior among the student body. (imdb)
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Sukiyaki Western Django (2008)
Set during "The Genpei Wars" at the end of the 1100s, the Minamoto and Taira gangs face off in a town named Yuda, while a deadly gunman (Ito Hideaki) comes to the aid of the townsfolk. (imdb)
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Zato Ichi: Stage Play (2007)
In addition to churning out crowd-pleasers like Crows Zero, Like a Dragon, and Sukiyaki Western Django, maverick director Miike Takashi also found time to return to theater in 2007. Following 2005's Demon Pond, the ever prolific Miike tries his hand at directing a stage play again, and this time his focus is none other than the most iconic of samurai, Zatoichi. Miike regular Sho Aikawa (Dead or Alive), in his first theatrical leading role, stars as the titular blind masseur with a deadly cane... (
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The Great Yokai War (2005)
A young boy becomes an unlikely hero when he is chosen as the "Kirin Rider" and must lead Japan's ancient Yokai spirits in their apocalyptic war against the evil monsters. A lavish remake of the 1968 film "Yokai Daisenso" from acclaimed director Takashi Miike. (Media Blasters)
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