No one is happy in Kim Sing-su’s hyper-macho, ultra-grim neo noir.
There’s a lot of bark but not much bite in Kim Jee-Woon’s Wolf Brigade remake.
Crime really doesn’t pay in Kim Yong-hoon’s directorial debut.
Flashes of brilliance aren’t enough to save a sleepy, sad script.
With an abundance of energy, and some incredible cinematography, Kim Jee-Woon brings much-needed life to the Western genre.
Slow-plodding and sort-of likeable, A Good Rain Knows doesn’t leave much of an impression.
Director Hong Won-Chan’s office-set thriller has some good ideas, but little else.
The patience of the direction in Cold Eyes shows that a crime movie doesn’t need constant action sequences to be entertaining