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3 Korean Gangster Films That Stand The Test of Time

10 February 2016 1:01 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

The Rules of The Game (1994)

Scripted by Kang Je-Gyu, director of My Way (2011) and Shiri (1999), The Rules of The Game refers to swindlers, prostitutes and gangsters.

Yong-Dae (played by Park Joong-Hoon), is a punk who aspires to rise up through the ranks and acquire power and wealth.

“In the 1983 film Scarface, Tony Montana (portrayed by Al Pacino) influenced me during the making of the film,” Park told.

Green Fish (1997)

Mak-Dong (played by Han Suk-Kyu), becomes embroiled in a fight with a trio of young thugs who harass Mi-Ae. He, having just been discharged from the military, is on the train home. While looking for work, Mak-Dong comes across Mi-Ae again, who is a nightclub singer and also girlfriend of a gang boss Bae Tae-Gon. Mak-Dong becomes entangled in the gang and his infatuation with Mi-Ae leads him to his downfall.

After Bae Tae-Gon elevating Mak-Dong to a full-fledged member of the gang, »

- Lady Jane

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The Man From Nowhere ( 2010 ) Korean Movie Review

29 January 2016 11:00 PM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

The Man From Nowhere ( 2010 ) Korean Movie ReviewAction86%Story84%Acting79%2016-01-3083%Overall ScoreReader Rating: (3 Votes)90% What is it about?

An ex-special agent Tae-sik Cha’s only connection to the rest of the world is a little girl, So-mi, who lives nearby. Her mother, Hyo-jeong smuggles drugs from a drug trafficking organization and entrusts Tae-sik with the product, without letting him know. The traffickers find out about her smuggling and kidnap both Hyo-jeong and So-mi.

The gang promises to release them if Tae-sik makes a delivery for them, however it is actually a larger plot to eliminate a rival drug ring leader. When Hyo-jeong’s disemboweled body is discovered, Tae-sik realizes that So-mi’s life may also be in danger.

Tae-sik becomes enraged at the prospect that So-mi may already be dead and prepares for a battle, putting his own life at risk.

Is it any good?

So in truth there »

- Tiger33

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Korea’s Lee Byung-hun to present at the Oscars

28 January 2016 12:12 PM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

Lee Byung-hun, one of the country’s most celebrated actors with roles in films like “The Good, the Bad, The Weird”, “I Saw the Devil”, “Masquerade”, etc, will be the first Korean to present an award in this year’s ceremony, which takes place on February 28, accorfing to his agency, Bh Entertainment.

Lee has been appearing in Hollywood films since 2009, when he netted the role of Storm Shadow in the film G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, and has appeared since in blockbusters as “Red 2”, “Terminator Genisys” and recently in “Misconduct”.

Probably due to the recent accusations towards the Academy for overpresentation of white artists, the organization had to take some measures towards diversity, and Lee, with his career and overall popularity in  Asian audiences was an obvious choice.

It has not been revealed yet which award he will be presenting.


- Panos Kotzathanasis

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2016: #94. Kim Jee-woon’s Secret Agent

5 January 2016 12:00 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Secret Agent

Director: Kim Jee-woon

Writer(s): Tba.

Kim Jee-woon returns to South Korea following his 2013 Arnold Schwarzeneggar English language debut The Last Stand. He reunites with his The Good, the Bad, and the Weird star Song Kang-ho (one of the country’s most recognizable faces abroad) for the 1930s period drama Secret Agent, set during the Japanese colonial era. Notable, it’s the first South Korean feature to be financed by Warner Bros. (the second Us studio to do so after Twentieth Century Fox). We can expect a visually extravagant and potentially violent venture from the provocative director, best known for native genre items like I Saw the Devil (tipped for a Us remake) and A Tale of Two Sisters.

Cast: Song Kang-ho, Gong Yoo

Production Co./Producer(s): Grimm Pictures, Warner Bros.

U.S. Distributor: Warner Bros. (international)

Release Date: Given the project’s studio backing, »

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