I couldn't even be arsed finishing this. Funnily enough I got just past the - ahem - midway point and gave up. If you're into dog fights and explosions then you'll probably enjoy this but it's very Michael Bay; all action and no substance.
Korean films - like many foreign films - generally are proper films. They have originality in abundance compared to the formulaic shite produced regularly by Hollywood. I'm big on originality so foreign films always interest me and this, in many ways, is great. It does, however, go a little too far and is, to be honest, a little too all over the place, even for me. Having said that, if you've ever suffered with Yellow Fever - as I have in the past - then you'll enjoy this because there are multiple sex scenes involving two attractive Asian females - kissing, spooning, going down on each other; it's all there. So tuck in.
This is about the love of a parent and how far they'll go to help out their child. It's also about fairness and doing the right thing. There is a fuckton of dialogue in this and, being in Romanian, subtitles are needed. Therefore, there is a lot of reading required. You may be better just reading a book.
This is all about those troubled souls who work the Hollywood Walk of Fame for tips dressed as Superheroes. They all had hopes of moving to Hollywood and becoming actors but instead the industry chewed them up and spat them out. It's quite sad, actually, seeing these people's clinging on to the absolute crumbs of their dreams.
Imagine telling people in 1943 that comedies would be made about Nazis and their hatred of Jews in which a young wannabe Nazi boy has Hitler as an imaginary friend. Well, that's where we're at. And that's not even the worst thing about it. It's just so, err, shite. It's got a great IMDB rating so I went in expecting good things which makes it so much worst. I nearly gave it a 3 but at least Scarlett Johansson is in it, although looking far from her best.