Good Bad Weird - Korean Big Budget 1930s Outlaws Action Adventure movie DVDSKU: VO1088A
The story of three Korean outlaws in 1930s Manchuria and their dealings with the Japanese army and Chinese and Russian bandits. Synopsis: The Good; the Bad; the Weird is the biggest-budget Korean film ever made; and is already on its way to becoming a massive box-office champion at home. Harking back not just to the spaghetti western but to unabashed thrill rides like the Indiana Jones movies; this is an adventure that cries out to be seen for the vitality of its direction and the pure pleasure it offers an audience. In a lawless Manchurian desert during the tumultuous thirties; three Korean men meet on a train. Do-won (Jung Woo-sung); the Good; is an infamous bounty hunter with a deadly shot. Chang-yi (Lee Byung-hun) is the Bad; a merciless gang leader with a colossal ego. Tae-goo (Song Kang-ho); the Weird; is a gifted but unpredictable train robber who favours his motor scooter over horseback. Along with the Japanese army and hordes of bandits grappling for control of this desert territory; the Good; the Bad and the Weird face off in every possible combination. They seize and cede power in quick succession; all the while trying to exploit a mysterious map that promises huge riches. Award-winning filmmaker Kim Jee-woon has explored comedy; film noir; horror and hybrids in his past work. Here he conjures a wild; wild East; loaded with racing steam engines; dashing bandits; opium dens and breathtaking chase sequences. But even amid all the action; this is a character piece; with Kim directing his huge stars Jung; Lee and Song to detailed performances that capture each actor's quirks. Starring: Kang-ho Song, Byung-hun Lee, Woo-sung Jung. 120 min. English subtitled.
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