Stray Cat Rock: Wild Jumbo | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | July 28, 2015
entertainment value
Less serious in tone than its predecessor. Less music too.Along with the unintentional bloopers it is more comic romp than Yakuza flick.
genre Action | Crime | foreign
synopsis A group of five friends, also known as the Pelican Gang, spends time hanging out in the city, driving around in their all-terrain buggy car and listening to psychedelic jazz fusion when one of them is approached by a mysterious horse-riding girl named Asako (Bunjaku Han) who suggests they rob 30 million yen from a religious movement called Seikyo Gakkei. The Pelicans – C-ko, Taki, Ganishin, Jiro and Debo – accept the challenge, but things are not as easy as they may initially seem.
lead actors Meiko Kaji | Bunjaku Han | Takeo Chii | Tatsuya Fuji | Yûsuke Natsu | Nobuko Aoki | Kazuo Katô | Tatsuo Kumoi | Soichiro Maeno | Junko Natsu | Akira Nishikino | Masaki Nomura | Ken Sasaki | Yoshimasa Sato | Mari Shiraki
director Toshiya Fujita