Inside Men: The Original / Nae-bu-ja-deul (2015) Min-ho Woo, Byung-hun Lee, Seung-woo Cho, Yun-shik Baek, Crime, Drama, Thriller

Inside Men The Original (2015)
Lee Kang-hee is an editorialist of a influential newspaper in South Korea. With the power of the press, he makes the congressman Jang Pil-woo to one of the candidates of the next presidential election. That is the result of a secret deal between Lee and Ahn Sang-goo, a political henchman of Jang Pil-woo. But Ahn makes an almost fatal error, when he gets caught pocketing the record on the Jang’s slush fund. The prosecutor Woo Jang-hoon is about to investigate and becomes absolutely determined, because the case would help him making big steps in his career. Ahn gets in real trouble, when he gets dropped by Jang and should have been killed, but is able to flee. Now a bitter war starts between one who is lusting for power, the one who wants vengeance and the one who is eager for success.

This is one of those films that gets more gripping and intense as it moves along. It just gets better and better, with the entire final hour being flat-out awesome. There is a lot of dramatic tension that is earned and I was glued to my television screen to see what would happen next. I have seen a few online movie reviewers criticize the film for being conventional, which is true to a degree. It is a crime drama, after all, and it has some similarities to films that came before it. With that said, however, the nuance and complexity that is presented keeps the viewer off balance. I wasn’t entirely sure how things were going to play out during the second half of this movie, which helped to keep things fresh.

There are a few recognizable faces here, but the big-man actor is Byung-hun Lee – who I’m sure you’ve seen elsewhere. He’s been in popular Korean films such as “A Bittersweet Life”, “The Good, the Bad, the Weird”, “I Saw the Devil”, and “Masquerade.” His performance in “Inside Men” is one of his better outings, in my opinion. He’s successful at portraying his character as intimidating, flawed, and endearing all at the same time. This guy is really good actor, but I wish he would stop wasting his time in American movies. I’m sure it’s beneficial for him to try to break into Hollywood, but every single time I’ve seen him in a Hollywood film, he’s been wasted. For example, I was looking forward to seeing him play the Terminator in that stupid Genisys movie, but he only had like 5 minutes of screen time. It’s ridiculous.

In any case, I definitely recommend “Inside Men”, which is one of the better crime dramas of the past decade. I did watch the 3-hour extended cut, which is 50 minutes longer than the theatrical cut. I’m not exactly sure what scenes are included in one but not the other, but I can say that the 3-hour cut is really good.

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DVDRip | AVI | 800 x 432 | XviD @ 1231 Kbps | 180 min | 2,16 Gb
Audio: Korean AC3 5.1 @ 384 Kbps | Subs: English, Korean
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

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