Director: Takafumi Hatano
Screenplay: Kaneshiro Kazuki
Running Time: 98 min.
Release Date: October 30, 2010.
Score ★☆☆☆☆ 1/5
PIA : Comments : 3.5 / 5 At the exit of the rooms : 66/100
The police, in its various versions, is one of the most popular genres from the Japanese public. In the last fifteen years, the ground reference is the television series and later film Odoru daisōsasen (Bayside Shakedown), directed by Katsuyuki Motohiro. On the wave of success that continues today (the third film of 2010), in 2007 Katsuyuki has made the late night TV drama SP (Security Police), an action thriller American style centered on the figures of Inoue Kaoru , a young policeman with extrasensory powers and Ogata, its enigmatic leader. New listening records and, now, the new film version.
The film comes out already divided into two parts. The first is the film reviewed here; the second is the film SP kakumei hen (SP The Motion Picture The Final Episode), released on 12 March 2011 and immediately jumped to the top of the charts. The division into two films, even with all its commercial reasons, makes this first part relatively amorphous, despite the high rate of action scenes. In fact, the film is made almost exclusively from action scenes, and this is its main limitation. His little about is that the action scenes, unlike the insoportabili American films that inspired it, are relatively humane, mainly made of foot chases. Great rides, some obviously excessive leap and Japanese cops never shoot but chasing the bad guys until they are able to ammanettarli.
Okada Junichi, the thirty-year-handsome band V6, giving it his all to show to have character but Kagawa Teruyuki in part of a political and Tsutsumi Shunichi have more thickness.