Ruthless cop Chul-joong and a merciless killer in raincoat run into each other in a small alleyway and form a fatal bond. A free-for-all fight occurs by coincidence on a rainy street. A ... See full summary »
Paju, is the name of a place everyone has heard of but don't really know. There, we see a man sharing the lot of the neglected, and the women surrounding him. Bearing the paradox of liaison... See full summary »
Officers Kyung-yoon CHO and Eun-joo PARK are on the hunt a killer following duo of ghastly murders. The victims carry a common military past, and the secret of their past must be unraveled to find the killer.
In-gu is a full-time gangster aspiring to be a full-time husband and dad. Shunned by his daughter and wife, his only goal is to live a quiet life with his family out in the country. But ... See full summary »
Following the mainstream theme of Korean movies at the moment, Sonimeun Wangida (The Customer is Always Right), plays on revenge and a slightly less than mediocre love story. Also the movie fails when trying to portray the subtle mood... the same mood for which the Korean cinema has become infamous lately. So what gives - why a just below average 5/10? Well the saying - "The Customer is Always Right" - comes with a twist, and the plot carrying it all the way through does it without a glitch. It is th th th... thoroughly thought through. And Ji-ru Sung playing Ahn Chang-jin does his part more than well. The story only having a few characters makes it very easy to follow and impossible not to understand. It could have used a few more characters to pull of a more complicated twist at the end... all in all a little less than average - 5/10.
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