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i was not impressed with this movie. i was looking for a good martial arts movie but instead found an overly ambitious attempt at action/drama. the few fight scenes were good, but they were too few and far between.
Instead of focusing on being a martial arts movie, it tried to be an action filled drama...but it sadly missed. the many subplots created in the movie were not well developed and failed in creating characters that could connect to the audience.
the performances were terrible, the lines/dialogue were contrived. the plot itself seemed unbelievable. Pak( Lee) never looked convincing as the grieving lover.
all in all the movie failed to evoke any emotions in me.
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