Not very fresh and bogged down by combining another case to solve the one at hand, but Shin Se-kyung frankly pretty good performance just about manages to keep it watchable. For an actor of Heo Joon-ho’s veteran standards, I was slightly disappointed by the duality that he tried to bring to his performance in the latter half. Well, atleast court decorum was maintained for the most part, something which annoying not many courtroom dramas manage to.
Fifth rewatch and on its way to being my most rewatched film.
Showed it to my sister and brother-in-law this time round, both of who enjoyed it immensely! Everytime I see this, I can’t stop but marvel at just how expertly written the script is and how immaculate its execution is.
I look forward to my next rewatch.
Man, who’d have thought that the director who debuted with the superb coming-of-age drama “Bleak Night” would, 9 years after that film, make a hyper-stylised heist action thriller in the noir fashion as his second feature film? Yet here we are and “Time to Hunt” proves to be a rousing success!
Set in a near-future dystopian Korea, four best friends decide to go ahead with one last score and rob a gambling den, an action that will let loose ruthless…