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Koreatown (2007)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Fantasy | 30 March 2012 (USA)
A father has one mission: Save the life of his little girl.


Michael Kallio


Michael Kallio, Oliver Theess (additional sequences)




Credited cast:
Tim Lovelace ... The Cowboy
Daz Crawford ... Joachim
Joe Estevez ... Father Glaslow
David E. Baker ... Detective Baker
Katrina Lim Katrina Lim ... Stephanie
Oliver Theess Oliver Theess ... Man with the Shotgun in Alley
Greg Dow Greg Dow ... Andy
Kiai Kim ... Kimberly's Mother
Daron McFarland ... Young Guns
Nick Tereschenko ... Hyde
Maegan Stewart ... Kimberly
Kevin Eckhardt Kevin Eckhardt ... Boner (as Kevin Patrick)
Jeremy Bouvet Jeremy Bouvet ... Dex
Karen Park Karen Park ... Lolli
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kurt Altschwager Kurt Altschwager ... Morty


After a 15 year stretch in federal prison, a dying father with a troubled past travels from a-far to Koreatown, the prostitution and human trafficking subculture capitol of Los Angeles. A fish out of water in a very dangerous circumstance must rescue the daughter he's never met. Written by Anonymous

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Bury me in L.A.


Action | Drama | Fantasy


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30 March 2012 (USA) See more »

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Bury Me in L.A. See more »

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1.85 : 1
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gritty, low budget action film reminiscent of the 70's
4 December 2009 | by msheen1940See all my reviews

Released from prison after 15 years, The Cowboy (Tim Lovelace) goes in search of his half Korean daughter that he's never met only to find out she's fallen into a life of drugs and prostitution. To find her he must go back into the life that put him in prison in the first place. His search takes him deep into the underground of Koreatown's crime world and face to face with Joachim (Daz Crawford), the ruthless crime boss.

I was surprised to see the low rating. Proof that movie goers are spoiled by big budget visual bombardment. This film is a well done, low budget action flick that is a complex mix of action and emotion. This film doesn't rely on modern computer graphic FX but is driven by the action and story. Koreatown will seem hard to follow at first but pulls together nicely as it ties the characters together for the climax ending. By todays standards it may not meet some viewers expectations but being a lover of 70's style action films, Koreatown is a gritty, shoot-'em-up love story. Very well acted by virtual no-name, b-list actors with bright futures, I gave Koreatown a 9 out of respect for the effort put out by this team of independent filmmakers for paying homage to the genre and creating a truly entertaining film.

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