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I bought this movie because I loved the first one : Public Enemy.
I thought 'Another Public Enemy' would be a different case with the same interesting characters and style as the first one. Instead, the cop is now a Public Prosecutor, he talks, acts and even looks different - without any explanation as to how we got from the first film to this one - it lacks any kind of continuity. It's almost as if the two have nothing to do with each other.
In this movie Kang Chul-jung is more of clever, on-the-ball investigator rather than rough-edged instinctive cop he was in part 1.
Unlike the first the first film, Another Public Enemy is 'just another cop movie'. For me this film lacked the originality and quirkiness that characterised first one.
If you were a fan of Public Enemy 1 you'll be thoroughly disappointed with this.
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