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Kkun is a movie starring Hyun Bin, Ji-Tae Yoo, and Sung-Woo Bae. Unlikely allies from different sides of the law must work together to achieve a common goal -- trapping the world's most legendary con man.

Genres
Crime, Action
Director
Chang Won Jang
Starring
Ji-Tae Yoo, Hyun Bin, Sung-woong Park, Sung-Woo Bae

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Product details

Genres Crime, Action
Director Chang Won Jang
Writer Chang Won Jang
Stars Ji-Tae Yoo, Hyun Bin, Sung-woong Park, Sung-Woo Bae
Country South Korea
Also Known As The Swindlers, スウィンダラーズ, A csalás mesterei, Vòng Xoáy Lừa Đảo, Ggoon
Runtime 1 h 57 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 High stakes and fast talk are the game in this crime caper that brings together an all-star cast as unlikely allies from different sides of the law. Each member of the team has their own motives, but they'll have to work together to achieve their common goal-trapping the world's most legendary con man.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 19:48

The film can be quite simple, with perhaps a bit of stuff that is hard to follow. I found it hard to follow at the beginning, but once I got it, it was actually quite enjoyable. The fight scenes are well choreographed, and there is enough plot to keep the viewer interested. It is a little boring at times, but that's the point. The director is a professional film maker, and the production value is impressive. The film lacks any serious problems that I can find. The main thing that bothers me is the lead actress, Anna Paquin. She is beautiful, but her acting skills are way below what I would expect from a leading actress. I don't believe her to be a good actress, but she really can't act that well, and her acting in the film just isn't that good. This is not a problem of the acting, it is more a problem of her acting. She does not need to get a "serious" role, she just needs to be a good actress. I am not sure what else she can do, but at least she can act her way through the film. The other main actress is also not very good. I think she needs a better script for her role, but I don't think she is really able to portray the character she is given. She doesn't need to act. That is not a big problem, but she can at least act. I think she should be directing the film. Anna Paquin's character is not given a serious direction, she is just plain silly. Her acting is not very good, and her acting is one of the reasons why I did not really enjoy the film. The character is a waste of talent. I did not like her performance, and I do not think she is a good actress. Overall, the film is not bad, but it really is not good. I do not think it is a bad film, but it is just a film that you should avoid. You can easily find better films for a low budget. I would definitely not recommend this film to anyone, except for the extremely dedicated fans of Anna Paquin.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 14:26

In China, it's not common that a martial arts film is adapted from a book but when it's done well, it's a class. Kung Fu Hustle (2010) was a good example. It was adapted from the novels of David Zhang, and while the adaptation is not perfect, it's a good film nonetheless. The film opens with a teaser of a robbery and two hit men, who are once again trained in the art of Kung Fu and are sent to recover some stolen money. The police officer with the case, played by Jason Tsao, is dead, so the two hit men go to a retirement home. There they are welcomed by some grand old men who welcome them and then introduce them to the bodyguard, played by Jian Zhang, the head of the Kung Fu clan. The hit men decide to go to a house in the neighborhood where they are to find the grand old man and while there, they meet another hit man, played by Anthony Wong, and his wife, played by Min Chia-Yuan, who have come to stay with them. They manage to find out that the grand old man is missing, but first they have to find the whereabouts of the bodyguard, who is also missing. But before that, they have to retrieve some money from the missing grand old man. And that's where the story goes on. There are some flaws in the film, like the story, which is not very good, but the acting is OK, the fights are good and it is a decent Kung Fu film. The story goes on and on and it's not as good as Kung Fu Hustle but it's still a good Kung Fu film. I don't understand why I rated this a 7, because it's not that good. But if you like Kung Fu films, I recommend it.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 01:32

The premise is probably best explained by a quick summary. The protagonist is a bad ass, but in a moralistic manner. There are many side characters, but they all have their own stories. And it really, really works. What's great about this movie is the fact that the characters are constantly fighting, and it doesn't have a huge budget or special effects. That, and the fact that it's only a few hours long, makes it a lot of fun. It's also very stylish, with a dark and brooding vibe to it. The acting is generally pretty good. It's not one of those movies where every actor is going to be a star. It's more the actors doing what they do best, and the plot is the part of the movie that is most important. And it's great to see a good action film that doesn't fall into the formulaic Hollywood action fare. The cinematography is pretty decent, but it's nowhere near the quality of The Matrix, or any of the other films. It's fairly well put together, and the music score is pretty nice. The only real problem is the rather slow pace. It seems like they ran out of money, and had to pick up a lot of other movies to make a movie. They definitely could have spent a little more time on this one. But the fact that they're not showing every move of every single character every other second makes it interesting. And the dialogue is pretty good. The movie is just a little too slow at times, but it's a decent watch. And if you're a fan of action films, you should definitely check it out.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 14:16

While there are many clichés in the martial arts genre, as is the case with a lot of films in this genre, it is good to see that a director is willing to take the risks. KUNG FU is the fourth film in the KUNG FU series, the first being KING OF THE CRYSTALS, and the second being THE HUNT FOR ANANG, which is a straight action film that follows the story of an avenging general who has been betrayed by his superiors. The plot is interesting and is aided by the ability of the director to make the action sequences more spectacular and to the actors to deliver great performances. The action in the film consists of more traditional style martial arts, and while the cinematography is good, the direction by Shu Wei is rather bland and the special effects were almost amateur. The acting was good, especially from Wong Jing and Ching Siu Tien. Ching Siu Tien was particularly good in her role, as she became one of the better actresses of the 1990s and early 2000s. However, the performance of Yun Fei and Tony Leung were not as good. Yun Fei was quite entertaining and the plot was interesting, but he was the only one of the three who had an interesting performance. The movie had a short running time of only 84 minutes, which makes the film seem slightly more special, and is much better than many of the martial arts films made in the 90s and early 2000s. The story was interesting, and the action was entertaining and the only flaw was that the film could have been a little better. Overall, KUNG FU is a very entertaining film, with a good performance from Tony Leung and Yun Fei. Despite the flaws, the film is worth watching.


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