For The Emperor
Yi-Hwan (Lee Min-Ki) is a former professional baseball player. He was involved in fixing games and lost everything. Gang boss Sang-Ha (Park Sung-Woong) runs a money lending business and a gambling location. He makes Yi-Hwan work for him. Meanwhile, Yi-Hwan falls for bar owner Yeon-Soo (Lee Tae-Im).
Lee Hwan (Lee Min Ki) is a former professional baseball player. He was catched in money troubles and then he loses everything. Sang Ha (Park Sung Woong), the baron of an organization specilizing on money laundering and gambling, draws Lee Hwan working for him. The scuffles and tacit purge along with the hot affair with Soo Yeon (Lee Tae Im) - a beautiful bar hostess, where does his life drift to? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
For The Emperor torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Really good acting and direction.
(br) wrote: Woooooow, this movie is a hit, very fast paced still a lot of character and story!Funny as hell!
(jp) wrote: One of my favorite childhood movies
(es) wrote: i watch this film with little or no expectations at all. something like a mission. about man's journey.real life missionary's experience.value of religions and love. his struggle,conflict,sudden change of his heart not to continue his passion in what he believe in and sharing good moral charac.. in that particular island. he sacrifice all even his own love just to pursue his mission help and serve those people.. so uplifting story.
(mx) wrote: El soundrack es una joya.Uno d elos mejores albums que he escuchado... la pelicula es muy buena tambien, vela esperanzado queno perderas pues si no te gusta la pelicula podras disfrutar d elas canciones que asi pasan por cada escena jeje.
(mx) wrote: belle histoire, belles interpretations, beau sujet, mais pas beaucoup de oumpf... interessant tout de meme !!
(jp) wrote: I like the idea of this movie on paper (a western musical with no less than Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin in starring roles), but the final film itself is a total mess. There are good things in it (the location shooting is terrific, for example), but the inescapable fact is that neither Eastwood nor Marvin really have any business headlining a musical, and their performances come across as extremely awkward, which is enough to sink the film.