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Take Point is a movie starring Jung-woo Ha, Sun-kyun Lee, and Jennifer Ehle. A captain and his team of 12 soldiers infiltrate a secret underground bunker to take out a target in the Korean demilitarized zone.

Genres
Action
Director
Byung-woo Kim
Starring
Jung-woo Ha, Jennifer Ehle, Kevin Durand, Sun-kyun Lee

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Product details

Genres Action
Director Byung-woo Kim
Writer Byung-woo Kim, Sang-yeon Park
Stars Jung-woo Ha, Jennifer Ehle, Kevin Durand, Sun-kyun Lee
Country South Korea
Also Known As Take point, PMC, PMC:ザ・バンカー
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description On the day of the U.S. presidential election in 2024, Ahab (HA) and his team of elite mercenaries embark on a secret CIA mission to abduct North Korea's Armed Forces Minister in an underground bunker below the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). However, they get caught in the crossfire which causes tensions to escalate to the brink of World War III.

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Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 05:56

Since the Cold War, America has been wracked by violence and turmoil. This film shows the two sides of the equation and how it all comes down to the final battle. Some of the most recognizable actors in film today, from Robert Duvall to Robert Redford, all play their roles brilliantly. The film starts in the early days of the Cold War when America needed a hero to save the day. Robert Duvall plays Frank North, a U.S. soldier who is stationed at the small isolated naval base at Isreal. While the main focus of the film is on North, all of the other characters are important to the story. Duvall brings a new dimension to the character that I have never seen before. Through the films black and white flashbacks we see how North had to come to terms with the things he was feeling, his sorrow, his guilt, and his anger. Robert Redford plays a different side of the coin. He was also sent to Isreal for a "white guy" (Duvall). During his time in Isreal, North is forced to face the inner demons and feelings of racism that are so difficult to come to terms with. The film starts off slow and has a slow pace to it. The acting is the same but the story is unique and you will be left guessing about what is really going on. Robert Redford plays the part of a political prisoner to a tee. He makes you wonder what is going on behind the scenes. The film is dark and there are some truly scary scenes. It has an interesting moral message to it and will definitely leave you with a good feeling. There are times when the film loses a little steam and sometimes the focus is a little unfocused. The ending is somewhat unsatisfying but overall the film is a great story that will leave you with a feeling of satisfaction and hope. 9/10


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