‘The Outsider’ Review: That Netflix Movie Where Jared Leto Joins the Yakuza Is Even Worse than it Sounds

You also don’t need critics to tell you that “The Outsider,” a tragically real crime drama in which Jared Leto plays a silent but deadly enforcer for the Yakuza in post-war Japan, is deeply horrendous, because when was the last time you saw a good ...
Date: March 7, 2018 21:40  |  Read more on IndieWire

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