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The Good, the Bad, the Weird
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The Good, the Bad, the Weird 2008

On a train crossing the Manchurian desert, an unlikely trio -- good bounty hunter Park Do-won (Woo-sung Jung), bad gangster Park Chang-yi (Byung-hun Lee) and weird train robber Yoon Tae-goo (Kang-ho Song) -- unite to find a treasure map's promised loot. Racing through the unforgiving landscape, they stay one step ahead of rivals and the Japanese army. Ji-woon Kim directs this Sergio Leone-inspired adventure.

Release Date:July 17th, 2008
Running Time:130 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsJi-woon Kim
Written By:
No image existsJi-woon Kim
Kang-ho SongKang-ho Song
No image existsByung-hun Lee
No image existsSeung-su Ryu
No image existsYoung-chang Song
No image existsDal-su Oh
No image existsJi-won Uhm
No image existsWoo-sung Jung
No image existsByung-ho Son
No image existsJe-mun Yun

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The Good, the Bad, the Weird Movie Review by Movie Addict (8/19/2010)

If you are looking for a good time, check this out. Kang-ho Song The Weird) and Woo-sung Jung (The Good) stand out for their performances in a film written and directed by Ji-woon Kim (writer of The Uninvited, and directed A Tale of Two Sisters).

The music, the cinematography, the constant action, all remind you of that...

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