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  1. [FILM REVIEW] Unstoppable: When Love Knows No Boundaries ... › 2018/12/06 › review-unstoppable

    Dec 06, 2018 · With a star-studded lineup full of well-known faces, this movie is a great film to watch with your friends and family. “Unstoppable” marks Ma Dong-seok’s (Don Lee) 5th time headlining a film this year after successfully starring in hit films, “Champion”, “Wonderful Ghost”, and more. Known for his big physique and excellent acting chops, this bulky actor surely integrated his role as ex-gangster-turned-loving-husband really well!

  2. [HanCinema's Film Review] 'Unstoppable' - The Korean Movie ... › hancinema-s-film-review

    Dec 16, 2018 · 'Unstoppable' is a surprisingly light-hearted movie. I mean sure, Dong-cheol (played by Ma Dong-seok) is built like a tank and his wife Ji-soo (played by Song Ji-hyo) does inevitably get kidnapped. But up until that point, 'Unstoppable' is a very domestic film, where the leading man eschews violence for the sake of respectability, to the point that even Dong-cheol's partner gets annoyed at his excessive passivity.

  3. Unstoppable (2018) Review | › unstoppable-2018-review-korean

    Nov 30, 2018 · Unstoppable seems to want to channel The Man from Nowhere, but at the same time wants to play it commercially safe. Considering what we know about the villains – they traffic girls to be prostitutes (the popularity of K-pop gets the blame for this, seriously), harvest other girls organs, and make others have illegal plastic surgery (yes, this one is kind of left of field) – the tone is remarkably light.

  4. UNSTOPPABLE (2018) – Korean Movie Review › unstoppable-2018-korean

    Nov 27, 2018 · Review: Unstoppable (성난황소), which literally translates to “Raging Bull” is the most recent entry in the seemingly ever-growing library of Don Lee (a.k.a. Ma Dong-seok) action/thriller films.

  5. Nov 10, 2018 · The title of the movie perfectly depicts Don Lee: Unstoppable. He’s a beast and cannot be stopped; a punch is all it takes for him to get his way. His action sequences are very, very satisfying.

  6. Feb 12, 2020 · Review Korean Movie Unstoppable. cerita Unstoppable ni berkisar mengenai kehidupan Kang Dong Cheol (Ma Dong Seok) bersama isteri dia Ji Soo (Song Ji Hyo). Si Dong Cheol ni dulu gengster, tapi bila dia kawin dengan Ji Soo, dia pilih jalan untuk jadi orang yang baik.

  7. May 13, 2019 · “Unstoppable” may not break new grounds for the genre, but it is still a vastly enjoyable experience, chiefly due to its larger-than-life leading man in a film that is well-suited to the “Ma Dong-seok genre” as well as the fiendishly fun Kim Sung-oh.

  8. Movie Review - Unstoppable (2018) - eFilmCritic › review

    Dec 03, 2018 · That Dong-chul will be unstoppable (or, to use the Korean title, an "angry bull") is not really in doubt, so he lets enough comedy into the action scenes that one can really enjoy Dong-chul just tossing bullies used to picking on smaller people around on the way to the spots which really seem challenging, and there's a weird sort of relatability in the climax: Dong-chul really doesn't know what he's supposed to do in a car chase other than not let Ki-tae get away, and the result is kind of ...

  9. Unstoppable (Korean Movie - 2018) - 성난황소 @ HanCinema :: The... › korean_movie_Unstoppable

    Nov 22, 2018 · [HanCinema's Film Review] "Unstoppable" 2018/12/15 Don't let that ominous theatrical poster or the similarly imposing title fool you. "Unstoppable" is a surprisingly light-hearted movie.

  10. A Taxi Driver movie review & film summary (2017) | Roger Ebert › reviews › a-taxi-driver-2017

    Aug 11, 2017 · If nothing else, the South Korean historical drama "A Taxi Driver" proves that seemingly unstoppable star Kang-ho Song can, in fact, do wrong. Song, perhaps best known to American audiences for "The Host" and "Snowpiercer," has an emotional range that very few contemporary leading men have.

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