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The Good, The Bad, The Weird [DVD]
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Korean director Kim Jin-Woon pays homage to the master of the spaghetti western, Sergio Leone, with this action-packed adventure film set in 1930s Japanese-occupied Manchuria. A trio of Korean outlaws (played by Kang-Ho Son, Byung-Hun Lee, and Woo-Sun Jung) battle with the Japanese army and various Chinese and Russian bandits, bounty hunters and train robbers to gain control of the lawless territory.
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I used to love Westerns when I was a lot younger, even the 'Spaghetti' Westerns held me enthralled..!
The Good, The Bad, The Weird, was a sort of spin off, of the The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and quite brutal in some scenes, but in a complete contrast to being hilarious in others. ( will never forget "The Weird", locking his Granny in a cupboard to look after the map he'd stolen and she was still there two days later)
The scrapes the three main actors get into keeps you entertained throughout the film and although it was supposedly set in the 1930s "The Bad's" hair style looks modern and not a hair out of place..
The film is a bit on the long side, but enjoyed it as I'm biased as I enjoy Asian Films and found the ending a little strange as the three of them are at a Mexican Stand Off in the desert, trying to shoot each other. How they can survive this, is beyond me, but at the end of the film, it looks as if two of them do..
Would recommend if you like silly films..:-)
A big negative for me was the subtitling, which flashed on and off the screen far too quickly for my ageing mincers, whilst I began to have difficulties in trying to sort out who was who. All in all an impressive effort - especially the incredibly well thought out and executed chase in the second half of the film, but, for me, the ambiguous ending ruined it.
If you are/were as confused as me, whatever you do, don't watch the other alternative endings on disc two. Far too baffling.
A well made film, but one that I won't watch again.
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