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Chu Eun-Jin (Shin Eun-Kyung) is the right hand women to one of Korea's most deadly gangs is now getting married to a simple officer worker as wished by her dying sister, Chu Yu-Jin. Doesn't sounds like your average film does it? Eun-Jin aka The Mantis is filling her bosses place whilst he is away on business. She is currently dealing with another rival gang, "White Shark". Eun-Jin attempts to find a husband but strangely enough a civil servant finds her! Kang Soo-il (Park Sang-Myeon) throws his head into the firing line of a concrete block, saving Eun-Jin. Now you think Eun-Jin would have fallen in love with Soo-il after he saved her, don't you? Well no, she just marries him and refuses to any further. Um....until Yu-Jin asks Eun-jin to bare her a child! I'll stop there. Yes I don't want to give away the whole story. Eun-Jin isn't the only character in the movie. She has her own set of muscle too. The ones which stand out the most is Romeo and his young follower, Yong Man. Romeo is a sweet talker, a gangster with style some might say. Yong Man is a great mix of comedy, Yong's weapon of choice is strangely enough a modified Horse leg. He and Romeo always seem to have the same trouble with a group of punks. But its always funny to see both Romeo and Yong Man teach them a lesson. The movies action scenes are impressive and intense. The action scenes were directed by the Scorpion Warrior, Kim Won-Jin. Won-Jin can just been seen, I mean JUST in the warehouse scene, doubling Shin Eun-Kyung for tumbles, falls and some complicated moves, Other times Eun-Kyung is on wires. Kim Won-Jin excelled himself in this movie I believe. My Wife is A Gangster happens to be a memorable piece of Korean cinema. Shin Eun-Kyung excelled herself in this movie, although this is the only movie I've seen with her. I believe this role was perfect for her! Also here's a interesting idea for you movie buffs, what about a Hong Kong version with Good old Sammo & Michelle Yeoh, instead of the Jennifer Lopez US version which is on the horizons...
1. Dont ask her to be feminine 2. Don't let her drink over three glasses 3. At a Cafe, drink Coffee instead of coke or juice 4. If she hits you, act like it hurts, If it it hurts, act like it doesnt 5. On your 100th day together, give her a rose during her class 6. Make sure you learn fencing and squash 7. Be prepared to go to Prison 8. If she threatens to kill you, dont take it as a joke 9. If her feet hurt, exchange shoes with her 10. Encourage her to write Gyeon-Woo is well mannered, although gives up to easy in arguments and takes orders without questions. Yes basically he's the bitch of this relationship. His luck cant get worse when he attempts to ignore her and begin hitting on other women and the first women he hits on is The Girl! and he even use the cheesy chat up line "Hey Baby, Are you free?". I liked the directors camera tricks how characters past by each other without noticing, you see this trick used alot at the end of the movie. Its well done and suits the film perfectly. My thoughts on the film, its a light hearted romantic comedy which is very ordinal and amusing. I even enjoy the little piano tune that plays through the film.
The story is of four friends and how they deal with drugs, gangs and maintaining their friendships between them, no matter what lifestyle they live. The film develops in different stages, the film starting in 1970 then leading up to the early 90’s. Joong-Suk (Yoo Oh-Sung) in the 80’s was known far and wide as the schools boss. Their number one fighter. Joong-Suk’s father is also a superior to the local gangsters. Through the stages in his life we see how he changes. From fighting rival schools, attempting to give up drugs. We even see him getting a word of warning from his past gang… Dong-Su (Jang Dong-Gun) is the son of an undertaker. He helps his father groom corpses. When in high school he was always hanging around with Joong-Suk since he was the schools 2nd best fighter. This seems to give his character a bit of an edge. After being released from prison in 90’s Dong-Su is taken in by a rival gang against Joong-Suk. Believing that Loyalty is money… Joong-Ho (Jeong Un-Taek) seems to be a charming character with some dirty habits (aka the milk lotion story). He’s mother was a business women who went back and forth from Korea to Japan. So she always came back with the latest gadgets, like one of the very first video recorders, even with porn. He was also a big Bruce Lee fan, you even seem him sporting a pair of nunchucks! Sang-taek (Seo Tae-Hwa) is the innocence of the film. Sang-Taek was sent to a different school from Joong-Suk & Dong-Su. He is well educated and smart. He lost contact with Joong-Suk & Dong-Su, but he seen Joong-Ho frequently. But Sang-Taek seems to be best friends with Joong-Suk as the years progress. With all the guys in this film, surely there must be some eye candy! Jin-Sook (Kim Bo-Kyeong) is a cousin of Drocko. She preformed in front of the school in a 7 girl band called ‘Rainbow’. Instantly she attracted the every guy in the crowd with her 80’s hair cut and slim figure. In later years she becomes the wife of Joon-Suk, although he seems to mistreat her, this is through his stage of limbo… Final thoughts? Beautiful, just perfect. The film has many elements to it. The innocence of The Road Home, the darkness of Infernal Affairs, mixed with Beat Takeshi’s Brother. The film is amazing, everyone should watch this. I done the stupid thing and left it lying around for a couple weeks before watching it. When you get this film, stop your live for 1 hour and 58 minutes and enjoy…
Everyone's favorite crime fighting odd couple are back, this time travel from Hong Kong and Las Vegas. Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) and LAPD detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) pick up exactly from where they left off, traveling to Hong Kong on a well needed break. As per usual Carter and Lee aren't getting along, Carter wanting example to some Hong Kong's delights, mainly its women. Lee being dedicated to his work leads both he and Carter into a money smuggling ring, where $100 bills are being made and shipped directly to Las Vegas. The head of this smuggling ring is Ricky Tan (John Lone), being a former police officer and the partner of Lee's father and it soon turns out to that Ricky was his murder, making this case very personal for Lee... In this movie Elizabeth Pena is replaced with Latin delight, Roselyn Sanchez as Isabella. Isabella is a member of the US Secret Service, although she is giving out many mixed signals, one showing interest in Lee and showing interest in Ricky Tan! This time even Carter has his own personal enemy, Ha Li (Zhang Ziyi). Ha being one of Ricky's henchmen (or should I say hench-women) and she puts a kick into Carter's life....well lets say three or four kicks. As ever this film will give everyone a good laugh. The great mix of Jackie's psychical comedy and Chris's verbal comedy. Yet one thing I noticed Rush Hour 2 picked up right after the first film. So a 15 hour flight later, Chris Tucker had shaved and Jackie's hair style has changed, strange. Its nice to see that the story has turned around. In the first Rush Hour, Inspector Lee had been put down as "The fish out of water" for being a foreign cop in America. Now Carter is the fish out of water as he is in Hong Kong and his only means of communicating is through his Chinese-English dictionary, which is leads to some very humorous scenes. A nice touch setting the movie in Hong Kong, it gave the chance for Brett Ratner to introduce some Hong Kong Stars, although he didn't really, just Zhang Ziyi. Zhang Ziyi was a excellent choice though, since American audiences were now familiar with her since her vast fame from Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Rush Hour 2 has turned out to be my favorite of the series so far, with the on going changes to Rush Hour 3, where it will be set in Hawaii, New York and even rumors of Young & Dangerous star, Ekin Cheng being roped into the third one as a student of Inspector Lee's. But no one will know until filming takes place in 2005...
Inspector Ho (Lau Ching-Wan) has led the normal cops life after the events from the first movie. One day he is called to a building roof top when there warning that a man is about to jump. When Ho arrives one of his colleagues, Ken (Lam Suet) is talking with the jumper. The Jumper (Ekin Cheng) has manipulated Ken into playing a game of 'Heads or Tails', but Ken is like a broken record by continually repeating the answer "Heads". Strangely enough its always a "Tails". The mystery jumper soon grows bored with both Ken and Ho. the mystery man suddenly dives off of the building, lighting smoke flares as he jumped. When he lands on the giant crash mat at the bottom, he's no where to be found. Ho soon tracks him down, as each rubbish bin he passed, he left smoke flares in each. The mystery man states that he has stole 3 very valuable piece of art, which are worth over five million dollars. Ho is intrigued and sets of the rules between him and the thief. If Ho mange's to get him to the police station, Ho wins and the thief is under arrest. If the thief gets away, they'll continue chasing each other. Unsurprisingly enough, the thief escapes. But he leaves clues behind for Ho catch up. The story soon unveils to show that the thief is after 10 million dollar ransom and he wants Ho to deliver it... Running out of Time 2 definitely shows resemblance to the first film. Even repeating some memorable seen at points. Lau Ching-Wan plays the role of Ho perfectly. Ekin Chengs character turns out to be a magician who using Ho as his assistant. Surprisingly enough Ekin Cheng makes a good thief, he played his role well. Two thumbs up. Lam Suets character was at first annoying with the "heads or tails" storyline developing between him and Ekin. Although by the end of the film his character turns into a kind giving sort of guy, Santa...if you know what I mean. Kelly Lin joins the cast as business woman who is merging companies, but for the deal to go through they need those three pieces of art, back! Of course she has great confidence in Inspector Ho. Now the film does have its fair share of flaws. Ekins character has a pet eagle, not any old eagle, but the American Bald Eagle! A real AB Eagle is used in the opening sequences and then once more at the end of the film. The rest of the time it is actually a noticeably CGI Eagle. Final thoughts a rather enjoyable piece of work from Johnny To and his partner in crime, Law Wing-Cheong. Good Work, but don't expect his best.