The Good, the Bad, the Weird (Joheun-nom, Nabbeun-nom, Isanghan-nom) Reviews

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October 30, 2019
The Good, The Bad, The Weird isn't simply one of the greatest films to come out of South Korea. It's one of the greatest action adventure movies ever made, period.
November 18, 2011
March 24, 2011
The most amazing silliness I've seen in ages.
September 4, 2010
... a madcap chase for a treasure map filled with double crosses, crazy escapes and lots of black humor.
August 18, 2010
This film was a total blast from start to finish! It's more than Good, has little that is Bad, and is filled with the Weird.
August 6, 2010
This is an object example of every dollar being on the screen.
August 6, 2010
Imagine the sparseness of classic oaters matched with the energy of martial arts movies and you've got what Kim Jee-won has wrought.
July 24, 2010
'The Good, the Bad, the Weird' offers a bizarre but intoxicating synthesis of silliness and awe.
June 29, 2010
For the most part, an enjoyably wild ride that may do for what you might call the 'noodle western' what Leone's classics did for the pasta variety.
June 3, 2010
Did you really just watch 50 guys on trucks and horses blast one another to bits while chasing one guy on a motorcycle? You did. And it was awesome.
June 2, 2010
Pours a ton of genre influences into the archetypal Cuisinart, pureeing everything from chop-socky cheapies to The Road Warrior in a gargantuan, cheerfully anachronistic romp.
May 18, 2010
The Good, the Bad, the Weird - When Tarantino met Leone ... and Spielberg, too.
May 13, 2010
This film starts with a real bang, with a thrilling and lengthy train heist, chase and shoot-out sequence that would be the highlight of many movies. But there's still more to it than that...
May 11, 2010
You don't feel the mad passion of Sergio Leone behind it, but a steadily spreading grin that never stops growing
May 7, 2010
With a nod and a wink to Sergio Leone, South Korean filmmaker Kim Jee-woon delivers a slam-bang western set in Manchuria after the Japanese invasion in 1931.
May 7, 2010
It grabs viewers right from the start, carries them along at a breakneck pace for more than two hours and then sends them off into the lobby feeling dazed, dizzy and delighted over what they have just experienced.
May 7, 2010
Kimchi Westerns, anyone?
May 6, 2010
Hollywood will try to sell you all summer long on their latest blockbuster being the thrill ride to beat this season. It will be a movie miracle if any of them are as straight-up entertaining as The Good, the Bad, the Weird.
May 6, 2010
A giddy mashup of Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns and Lucas and Spielberg's Indiana Jones romps, this guns-a-blazing wide-screen Korean hit offers a nuttily staged, beautifully filmed, but kind of brainless homage to old-school Hollywood.
May 5, 2010
Director/co-writer Kim certainly enjoys ransacking genres. We're holding out for his remake of Gone with the Wind.
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