Kundo: Age Of The Rampant
The film is about the time period in 17th-century. The Joseon reign was a unstable phase of socio-economic in Korea. The aristocracy class ruling the country was only interested in their wealth, they exploited and persecuted the poor. After the appearance of KunDo, he brought confidence and hope for the people here. But then KunDo killed Jo-Yoon’s mother, he began to be very angry and from that is the intense fighting between good and bad.
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August 31, 2014 It's not a classic you'll rave about for days, and at 138 minutes it does go on too long, but for fans of Asian period action, it will certainly serve.Read in Source
August 26, 2014 An interesting case of genre tropes shipping back and forth across the Pacific.Read in Source
New York Times
August 28, 2014 For all its gloss, "Kundo" fails to resonate. You appreciate the execution, but the film is hindered by its lack of novelty and metaphorical weight.Read in Source
August 28, 2014 The filmmakers stage cast-of-dozens battle scenes and one-on-one showdowns with equal brio.Read in Source
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
August 28, 2014 Kundo is not the best film of its type, but it's an entertaining amalgam.Read in Source
Film Journal International
August 28, 2014 Gorgeously photographed, edited with a crackle, lavishly populated and designed, this is a sheer non-mind-taxing crowd-pleaserRead in Source
September 22, 2014 Though it bogs down at times, Yoon Jong-bin's kimchi Western is a rousing, lavishly produced delight.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
August 28, 2014 An often entertaining if overlong look at the last days of Korea's Joseon Dynasty.Read in Source
August 25, 2014 The film's attempt at political commentary amounts to a half-baked treatise on good governance in the face of tyranny and socioeconomic exploitation.Read in Source
November 17, 2014 Precision action sequences sit alongside dazzling period colour, coarse, crazy comedy rides side-saddle with domestic pathos, genre & tone are switched with deft ease, and the pace never lets up. [But] when anything goes, everything seems throwaway.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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