City of Damnation

City of Damnation

Jang Choon-dong is a traffic officer who aspires to become a homicide detective. He is assigned to go undercover to infiltrate a gangster network. Meanwhile, Lee Joong-dae, a member of Kwang-seob's gang, goes undercover himself by joining the police force. Joong-dae tries hard to gain favor with his squad leader in an effort to expose Choon-dong's identity.

A comic variant of the "Infernal Affairs" plot. A traffic constable goes undercover in a mafia gang, meanwhile someone from the mafia gets inside the police. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


City of Damnation torrent reviews

Jim F (es) wrote: nuts. bloody stupid hamster

Dim M (au) wrote: A documentary/comedy about a porn addict trying to get his wife back. Quite funny mostly cause the guy is serious about it lol

Allan C (es) wrote: In the spate of mid 90s disaster films (Twister, et al), this was my favorite, largely because it chose to tell a story that happened to take place during a disaster and not make the natural disaster necessarily the focus. "Hard Rain" is primarily an action/heist film that happens to take place during a flood. Re-watching this film also reminded me of how cool Christian Slater used to be. I'm kind of surprised we haven't seen him in as much lately. It's also kind of fun to see Morgan Freeman in a rare villainous role.

Chris B (ru) wrote: Good cast, but weak.

Naomi G (de) wrote: Second only to The Enforcer in quality, Magnum Force is a sequel in a long series of sequels that is better than the original. Maybe some of the cinematography and lines were better in the original, but the Magnum Force story is far more captivating than the preceding episode.In Magnum Force, Harry becomes caught up in solving a series of murders committed by a group of cops who, like him, mete out their own personal justice. It's a lot like The Star Chamber, except Eastwood is the star not Michael Douglas, so you can guess what that means. Just in case you can't, it means a glorious victory for Harry not just because he must go on to star in more Dirty Harry movies, but because while the crooked cops are armed with daunting .357 magnums, hence the title, Harry uses the "most powerful hand gun in the world, the Smith & Wesson .44 magnum." I have since learned that the Smith & Wesson .44 magnum was not the most powerful hand gun in the world at the time this movie took place, but it doesn't stop Harry from bragging otherwise. I'm not a gun nut at all but Harry's factoid about his firearm is repeated so many times that it makes one wonder if he might be a spokesman for Smith&Wesson. If you watch all of the Dirty Harry movies,you might just as well cancel your subscription to Guns&Ammo because by that time you'll have learned all you need to know. Literally.

Sarah C (nl) wrote: Switched off, totally tedious.

Tavin W (nl) wrote: Excellent drama and sports film

Bradley K (gb) wrote: Amazing cinematography anchors the jarringly anachronistic narrative aesthetic and campy dialogue. It is fascinating to see a post-war noir script essentially transplanted into the late 80s. And the blazing sax soundtrack somehow works despite everything.

Nick B (au) wrote: Pretty enjoyable for a Jean Claude van damn and dolph lundgren movie. Plenty of action and bad dialogue but I was entertained. Go in excepting cheese and it's worth it.

Lynette C (ru) wrote: A "heightened reality" treat - amazing how entrancing it is to watch someone get out a cigarette, light one, take a puff, then put the box and lighter down on a table... when it's animated like this.

Isaac T (gb) wrote: I'll admit it, I actually enjoyed this film.