Kurôzu Zero (Crows: Episode 0)
Kurôzu Zero (Crows: Episode 0) (2007)

Idiosyncratic Japanese auteur Takashi Miike offers another meditation on a violent culture in this teen-themed thriller. Genji Takaya (Shun Oguri) is a teenage troublemaker whose father, Hideo (Goro Kishitani), is a high-ranking member of… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 1, 2007
DVD Release Date: March 31, 2009
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Anton Bitel
Little White Lies

the conflicts depicted with such flamboyant relish here neither can, nor will, ever end, which makes the film's two-hours-plus duration feel rather stretched, especially when spent in the company of characters who, although very broad, lack any depth.

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Cameron Sherwell
After being voted the best Asian film of last year (due to its delayed DVD release) and what I consider one of Japan's most visionary directors behind it I… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
What could have been a dumb cliche mess made to attract clueless teens ends up being a mature and well told story. Miike applies his sensibility and creates a… More
Lewis C.
Crows Zero is a manga adaptation about factions of students fighting for control of a Japanese high school. Not exactly a new idea, as every other anime and… More
Caesar Mendez
Takashi Miike adaptation of "Ichi the Killer" stirred a lot of controversy for it depiction of exaggerated violence securing it popularity would be… More
JY Skacto
<i>Crows Zero</i> is an all out violent brawl, in which director Takashi Miike</i> tones down his wackiness. Is that a good… More
Jesse Ortega
Of all the Takashi Miike films I've seen, this is certainly his most accessible. I haven't seen Zebraman, which was his first family movie if… More