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If you're looking for edits to this text from before 2004-06-24, please see the article under Kitano Takeshi. The majority of the articles on Kitano's films (save Dolls and Zatouichi were adapted from the version found there before my (AsianAstronaut) edits on 2006-06-23 and 2006-06-24. They were split off because they were too lengthy for his article and were more concerned with the movies themselves and not how they related to Kitano's career. There's still some overlap between the movie articles and the original Kitano article, so if you see fit to change the wordings around on these, rewrite them entirely, etc., please do. --AsianAstronaut 06:51, 2004 Jun 24 (UTC)

The film is definitely Kitano's funniest

The above statement is not neutral, if it represent some consensus by critics then it should be referenced. I saw most films by Kitano and I laughed the least watching this film. If there is no objection I will reformulate the sentence within a week (into something like: most lighthearted film...). --DelftUser 20:07, 12 January 2006 (UTC)[reply]

A bold editor just changed it, I am happy with the article now. --DelftUser 19:49, 17 January 2006 (UTC)[reply]

Whoever wrote the review of the film got the plot details completely WRONG. Doesn't anyone edit this stuff for accuracy? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 10:44, 31 March 2007 (UTC)[reply]

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The constant face tics and use of phrase "baka yaroo" is very consistent with a Tourette syndrome, also, grimaces and entertaining people.

I wonder if the character had been designed with a Tourette syndrome in mind or if the actor himself suffers from it, because it is not mentioned in his key page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:31, 20 July 2019 (UTC)[reply]