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Ratings & Reviews

  1. gaussian's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    we are all aimless bullets

  2. Brady's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    One of the pinnacles of Korean cinema, comparable to what the "Godfather" is to American film.

  3. James Mackin's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    War man, fucks everything up.

  4. HSBilly's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    definitely live up to its reputation

  5. msmichel's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    A melancholic dark depressing classic of post war Korean cinema that should be far better known than it is. Yu Hyun-Mok's film follows two brothers; one an unemployed former soldier trying to find solace in a bottle and a woman; the other a family man fighting an economic losing battle with an insane mother, a pregnant wife, a whoring sister and two children relying on his meager earnings. Despair and heartbreak.

  6. TFCHooligan69's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    An essential work of Korean cinematic art. Inspired by the Italian neorealist works of De Sica et al.

  7. Brotherdeacon's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    Welcome to circles of Hell which Dante never considered--where Yu Hyun-mok drags Virgil and his guest in war surplus jeeps through the piss and blood of post-armistice Korea. Here the crippled, the forgotten, the feeble, violent and insane reach for life somewhere between the emergency room, jail and alleyways of kids selling the news while sisters fuck G.I.'s in tar-paper shacks; everyone has a toothache, everyone.

  8. M. Hulot's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1S3srD7qx9c

  9. Walberto's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    Vincent took the words right out of my mouth, Definintly a masterpiece of Korean Cinema.

  10. Vincent White's rating of the film The Aimless Bullet

    An extraordinary viewing experience. By far the best Korean film I've seen so far. It encapsulates everything that is unique and endearing about Korean cinema. It is deeply haunting in it's honest portrayl of sacrafice and it's envitable frivilousness.