Street Mobster (1972) 720p YIFY Movie

Street Mobster (1972)

Gendai yakuza: Hito-kiri yota is a movie starring Bunta Sugawara, Noboru And?, and Mayumi Nagisa. A yakuza, who has an untamed rage and lack of respect for authority, finds himself leading the remnants of the gang he once belonged...

IMDB: 7.21 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.06G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: Japanese
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 9 / 19

The Synopsis for Street Mobster (1972) 720p

Okita finally is released from the joint, the world outside had changed dramatically, even how gang life operates. In Kinji Fukasaku's brutal character study, you find a yakuza that has a untamed rage & lack of respect for authority yet finds himself leading the remnants of the gang he once belonged to inorder to secure a area of their own... It paved the way for Fukasaku's Yakuza Papers series.


The Director and Players for Street Mobster (1972) 720p

[Director]Kinji Fukasaku
[Role:]Asao Koike
[Role:]Mayumi Nagisa
[Role:]Noboru And?
[Role:]Bunta Sugawara


The Reviews for Street Mobster (1972) 720p


A Burst of Intense Violence and Street CultureReviewed byDoctorKingSchultzVote: 8/10

Street Mobster is among my favorite yakuza films, and from one of my favorite Japanese directors. This is a great, less-popular Fukasaku film, and it really deserves more attention.

Okita is our "hero", if you can call him that. He's hot-heated, violent, and unapologetic. I can't think of a time in the film where he really shows restraint. He's just such an over-the-top, punk rockin' character who doesn't care about rival gangs or other thugs; he wants to do what he wants, when he wants to. And that's definitely the driving force behind the film, it's explosive nature. It's so unglamorous and filthy at times, and yet you have this sense of a man living his life, maybe not to it's full potential, but having a hell of a lot of fun doing what he's doing. And maybe he's not even enjoying it, everything else is just too conformist for him. He simply doesn't back down. So he really is a hero, a hero to the downtrodden. A counterculture icon, a raging machine.

With it's boisterous protagonist comes a slew of background characters who are really just there to make Okita the centerpiece. Aside from the prostitute that he raped years earlier and now forms a bond with (Whose name I can't even remember!) there are few other noteworthy characters. And that's really okay. When they speak, they speak to get Okita's reaction. If you don't like Okita, then you're probably not going to like the film. Me, I enjoyed this rebellious, non-conformist gangster, yelling and picking fights. It was just so over-the-top and the director clearly embraced the punk style that was emerging at the time of this film's release.

Speaking of release time, I just watched the film again a few minutes ago, and I still can't believe it was made in 1972. I'm sure you've heard it before, but it's way ahead of it's time. It looks 90s-ish to me. The shaky-cam and jump cuts stand out most as then-foreign techniques. Of course, now they've become the norm in films.

So that's my short review. I don't feel that there's a whole lot more ground to cover as Okita is really the main attraction. So if you're looking to kill 87 minutes and consider yourself a fan of exciting cinema, look no further than Street Mobster.

Complete street gang madnessReviewed byaleksandarsarkicVote: 9/10

This was the first movie i have watched from legendary Japanese director Kinji Fukasaku, as a big lover of Takeshi Kitano and his yakuza movies, i wanted to discover older classic Japanese yakuza movies, i have first watched works of Seijun Suzuki, after that i started with Fukasaku's movies, Street Mobster is fantastic movie, it is very fast paced movie, full of brutal violence, killings, nudity, it must be very schocking at that time, but what i most loved about film is main actor Bunta Sugawara, he is so good in his role of the main street punk Okita, he must be tough guy in a real life, also i must admit this is very different movie from other yakuza movies i have seen because the main protagonist wants to be independent from other yakuza syndicates, he doesn't wanted to be rich, he only wanted to be free, tough, to fight other guys and gangs, to be himself.

I am recommending this movie to anyone interested in older Japanese movies, crime fiction and yakuza topics my rate 7.5/10

Doomed, restless, violent, self-destructive, Japanese, street punk classic.Reviewed byHam_and_EggerVote: 7/10

The proud, self-destructive, punk/anti-hero violates national boundaries without compunction in late 60s/early 70s cinema. Here Isamu Okita (Bunta Sugawara), often simply called "Bro", is reminiscent not only of Alex (A Clockwork Orange) but also of Ivan (The Harder They Come), Johnny Boy (Mean Streets) and even of Michel (à bout de soufflé).

'Gendai yakuza: hito-kiri yota' (which, in English, apparently means something like Outlaw Killer or Street Mobster) is a restless, prowling movie that occasionally bursts into hyperkinetic action. Something about the verging-on-ludicrous action scenes gives the viewer almost the same sense of release that Bro and the other punks feel.

Isamu is a punk, a whore-son, born on the margins of post-war society. By virtue of his own courage and propensity for violence he becomes the leader of a street gang and attracts the attention of the more established yakuza crimelords. Most of the drama revolves around the conflict between his pride and his superiors.

'Street Mobster' is very well filmed and has aged well, it's influence on films like 'Fight Club' is palpable.

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