Starring: Lee Min-Ki as Han Ki-Soo, Gang Ye-Won as Choon-Sim/Ah-Rom, and Kim In-Kwon as Kim Myung-Sik
Rating: PG-13, some violence
Running Time: 115 min
Twinkies: 4 exploding firecrackers
Synopsis: Ki-Soo, Myung-Sik, and Ah-Rom were members of the same notorious motorcycle gang growing up. They enjoyed their days roaming the streets recklessly on their motorcycles. Now, 6 years later, Ki-Soo works as a motorcycle delivery man, Myung-Sik is a motorcycle cop, and Ah-Rom is a member of pop idol group. One day, Ki-Soo has Ah-Rom riding on the back of his motorcycle as he makes a delivery. To his surprise the delivered package explodes as he leaves the building. Ki-Soo’s cellphone rings and he hears a voice telling him that their is another bomb planted in his helmet which Ah-Rom is wearing. Ki-Soo is ordered to take another delivery. If the delivery is late or he attempts to run away the helmet will explode …
Musings: WOAH! In the first five minutes of the movie, there are some serious motorcycle stunts and BAM!! Explosions and car crashes!!
The premise of a mysterious voice on the phone has been done before. I kept thinking of the movie Speed as I watched this. You can’t help love a movie that is full of action and suspense from the beginning to end. A smart movie watcher will realize real fast that all this is happening as a result of the events that happened 6 years ago (the HUGE crash). But that will definitely not stop you from watching this as the story is unraveled as well as the relationship between the three main characters.
As Ki-Soo and Ah-Rom are racing from place to place, on a mission to save themselves, you as the viewer, are racing with them. There are some scenes that were filmed from the perspective of the rider! They are moving, quick and definitely at high speed. Loved every minute of this! A lot of action! A LOT!
As this is an action movie, the actors go along well with the action. I LOVE Lee Min Ki in action! He was great in this! This was the second time seeing Gang Ye-Won in anything (first being The Thousandth Man), she is a good comedic actress. Kim In-Kwon was so ditzy and cute as Myung-Sik. You forgot sometimes that he was actually a cop! If you can’t enjoy action, just enjoy watching Lee Min Ki in black leather and sunglasses! That’s all you need!!
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