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Running Wild korean movie review
Running Wild
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by Hasumi17
Jul 6, 2014
Overall 8.0
Story 8.5
Acting/Cast 7.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 7.5
I started to watch this simply because I like the idea of unexpected friendship, where two different people learn to appreciate and understand each other. Also, a tough and short-tempered homicide detective and a law loving prosecutor working together, I was in. THE STORY starts as an average on: the good guys form an alliance and go after the bad guy, but it doesn't continue that way. Yes, in the middle the story gets kind of dull and I wondered why I was watching this. But the ending! The ending is something that won't disappoint you and I promise you won't see it coming. THE ACTING was ok. I believe they did the best they could, but I felt something was missing. Especially the two male leads and the bad guy. They could have depicted their friendship more, and I sometimes felt their acting was a bit forced. HOWEVER, As a whole I can recommend this movie even though it is not worth a 10, but it simply depicts so well the fact that there isn't always such a thing as justice where in the end the bad guy goes to jail and the hero gets the woman. No, if anything this movie is more realistic than the black and white versions of justice I've gotten used to seeing. Not everyone is going to love the ending, but I did. It was one of the best endings I've seen and because of it I don't regret watching this movie.
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