This film is the highest grossing film in South Korea in 2008. Won 8 Korean film awards and has been selected in the Cannes film festival. It is also scheduled for an early U.S. release by CJ Entertainment.
*** out of **** There are times while watching films that I can live with killing a few brain cells, as long as the movie I am watching isn't particularly insulting to my intelligence. I say this because no matter how ridiculous it sounds, that is very much possible. There have been films which I enjoyed watching for nothing more than some damn good entertainment, and "The Good, the Bad, and the Weird" is most definitely one of those films. I can't call … more
TRAILER THE GOOD THE BAD THE WEIRD I have to say that this may be one of my favorite movies in recent memory. I have had this film since its release and first heard about it from Young William of Woopak the Great. I have been meaning to write this review since the film's release but I could never do the movie justice. Now if you have yet to see this movie I highly recommend it. Some people … more
Everyone that I have shown this to have loved the flick. In fact people that I convinced to watch this on Netflix ending up liking it so much they went out to buy it. The DVD/Blu-Ray comes with all kinds of great special features so I really do recommend buying this. So with all that said I say check this flick out right now, you may not love it like I do but I am sure you will like it.
Small wonder that after director Kim Jee-Woon's magnificent "A Tale of Two Sisters" and the terrific "A Bittersweet Life" that his next film would be so eagerly anticipated. "The Good, The Bad, The Weird" has won numerous awards in Asia, it is South Korea's highest grossing film in 2008 and has been selected for the Cannes film festival. I've said before that an Asian western isn't exactly an original concept; there was a video … more