The Attack – Enter the Bunker (2018)

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The Attack – Enter the Bunker: Directed by Byung-woo Kim. With Ha Jung-woo, Sun-kyun Lee, Jennifer Ehle, Kevin Durand. A captain and his team of 12 soldiers infiltrate a secret underground bunker to take out a target in the Korean demilitarized zone.

“I get it that Byung-woo Kim is a newbie writer and director, but this film has to be the worst camera work I have ever seen. Was a 95 year old with arthritis holding on to the camera? A 5 year old couldu0026#39;ve done a better job with a 1990u0026#39;s camcorder. I got dizzy and a migraine watching this film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAnd then the ridiculous 2+ hours of dragged out and pointless scenes, that even with the decent pacing, felt like 3 hours. This story should have been a maximum of 20-30 mins. The dumb cliched scenes of drinking and constant smoking to look cool – during a mission. A 5th grader couldu0026#39;ve written a better screenplay. The story adapted from the novel by Sang-yeon Park was great, but sadly, it was poorly executed by the director with its many plot and technical issues.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMost of the dialogue was idiotic and illegible, especially from Jung-woo Ha. His English is terrible and Iu0026#39;d rather he spoke Korean with sub-titles throughout the entire film. None of the actors were convincing in their roles, except for maybe Agent Mackenzie and Dr. Yoon.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe only thing this film had going for it were the hi-tech sets, S/VFX, the constant action (of which most of it was was captured poorly by the director) and the (finally watchable and entertaining) last 10 minutes of the film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSo itu0026#39;s a generous 5/10 from me.”

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