Nonton Film Extreme Job (2019)

Extreme Job (2019)

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Nonton Film Extreme Job (2019)

Extreme Job : Ryu Seung-ryong (recently seen in Netflix’s zombie hit Kingdom) stars as Captain Ko, the veteran leader of a bumbling narcotics squad that just can’t seem to get the thing done (played by Lee Hanee, Jin Sun-kyu, Lee Dong-hwi, and Gong Myoung, all excellent.) The film begins with their latest bungled bust, the sloppy takedown of a no-name middleman that earns them nothing but more trouble. With the threat of being disbanded looming large, the rag-tag bunch makes a last-ditch effort at the big arrest that will save their career — bringing down the biggest crime lord in town.

It’s a make-or-break mission for their law enforcement careers, especially for Captain Ko, and the unit goes all in, buying a local chicken restaurant across the street from their target for surveillance. But when their new chicken recipe turns the formerly failing restaurant into a thriving success and premier foodie destination (despite their best efforts to sabotage the business,) the gang gets a little too committed to the bit, losing sight of the real job in favor of serving the finest fried chicken in town. Lee Byong-heon (What a Man Wants) directs the action comedy with a well-tuned balance of tone, leaning into to slapstick antics and impeccable comedic timing when called for — the editing is precision work here and Lee makes some bold usage of split screens that works better than it has any right to. And he equally delivers on the action, especially in the film’s joyous final act, when all the threads weave together in one big thrilling action spectacle that finally shows us how these clowns got so far in police work in the first place. For their part, the ensemble handles the dual demands equally well, endowing their characters with endearing idiosyncracies and making it impossible not to invest in their relationships.

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Tagline:Part-time flying chicken, full-time undercover.
Duration: 111 Min
Language:普通话, 한국어/조선말
Budget:$ 8.120.000,00
Revenue:$ 124.652.206,00