Based on the wildly successful web-series of the same name, KTOWN COWBOYS is a bro-mantic dramedy that follows a group of ball-busting, hard-partying friends wrestling with their evolution ...
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Based on the wildly successful web-series of the same name, KTOWN COWBOYS is a bro-mantic dramedy that follows a group of ball-busting, hard-partying friends wrestling with their evolution into adulthood. As their individual struggles come to light, the group of friends band together in Koreatown and through late nights at seedy after-hour soju bars, karaoke drinking girls and even a stint in jail, each emerges as a better version of himself.Written by
Generally shallow with some good themes they should have hit more deeply on.
This movie was a little painful to watch sometimes. I think it genuinely did have some clever concepts and conversations, but it simply focused more upon the more shallow comedy that we see too often in generic American comedy movies, unfortunately. I feel as if the movie's writer has great potential, but should focus not on what would please the American public's youth- sexual and gender specific jokes, fat jokes, painfully and unnecessarily offensive jokes, and cliché jokes- but rather upon the clever jokes and themes that he presented within the movie's plot and individual scenes. Oh, and what the hell was it with the lens flares and the over-lighting? The directing was for the most part not bad, but the visual effects to make it look "better" were just gratuitous and annoying. There were some really cliché scenes in this movie that were predictable and lasted too long. There were some clever jokes, while some immature, that were included, but were developed on for WAY too long. I really am sorry that I'm giving this movie a 3 out of ten, because I really think they tried to make a good, clever movie, due to the good themes presented, but I had to be painfully honest and give it a bad review.
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