Kundo: Age Of The Rampant

Kundo: Age Of The Rampant

Set in the 19th century, when lowly butcher Dol Moo-Chi refuses to carry out an assignment, his failure causes tragedy to unfold upon his family and himself. As Dol Moo-Chi is about to be executed, a group of righteous thieves known as Kundo arrive.

The film is about the time period in 17th-century. The Joseon reign was a unstable phase of socio-economic in Korea. The aristocracy class ruling the country was only interested in their wealth, they exploited and persecuted the poor. After the appearance of KunDo, he brought confidence and hope for the people here. But then KunDo killed Jo-Yoon’s mother, he began to be very angry and from that is  the intense fighting between good and bad. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kundo: Age Of The Rampant torrent reviews

Josh B (de) wrote: Ahhh . . . the 80's . . .

Lori S (de) wrote: My seven year old daughter and I loved it! Would like a sequel...

Bengel W (jp) wrote: A brutal look at the violence and injustice of the American way of life which is passionately filmed. The actors bring the raw emotions to the screen with heartache. The ignorant superiority of the white against the black in this true American lifestyle movie comes across strongly showing that Americans are the worst people and society on earth and should be corrected. Nibbles: Chocolate Orange Cake.

sonia p (au) wrote: lukz lzk a grannzy movie

Javier L (kr) wrote: A dynamic, violent and smart movie with tons of memorable characters.

Jennifer P (au) wrote: More entertaining than "Up Close and Personal"

Charles T (jp) wrote: This film is typical 80's. The music is similar to commando. I have read the book and it wasnt a bad atttempt but if it was done now be probably alot better. William Hurt does very wel arcadia.

rycerer (ru) wrote: This movie really ups the ante with violence and gore. Not to mention the full frontal nudity scenes. A true sleazy slasher classic. Love it.

Trevor C (ru) wrote: The ending of this movie is so awesome!

Jason M (us) wrote: Adam Sandler's home video #385

Brad S (gb) wrote: The screenplay for this one really need to be tightened up, but I thought the kid actors were excellent in very complicated roles. Just a warning, Pacino isn't in it very much, but enough to make it worth watching if you're a fan. A really top-notch cast, not sure how they got so many good names attached. For fans of the actors only!

Mereie d (jp) wrote: Perhaps not as impressive as In the Heat of the Night? (1967), but equally entertaining as a textbook example of an early seventies(TM) American crime movie with a touch of blaxploitation to it " which is typical, considering the fact that Shaft? (one of the classic kick-off movies of the aforementioned genre) was not to be released until a year later, in 1971. They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!? also seems to be ahead of its time in its social approach, which is more common in movies from the later seventies. One of the suspects is a priest (Logan Sharpe, played by Martin Landau) with more than one mission: not only does he want to spread the gospel, but also he has (left-wing) political ambitions. True, he slept with the victim, but hell ... he(TM)s only human, just like the rest of us, is what the director seems to be saying here (knowing the ending of the film and the priest(TM)s cold-blooded lying to boot, one is inclined to conclude he is not such an amiable guy after all " this I consider to be a flaw in the plot " plus the fact that his motives are only very briefly touched upon). The other social element is of course Virgil Tibb(TM)s (Sidney Poitier) trouble at the home front, notably with his adolescent son. These domestic scenes (which are dosed very well throughout the movie: they are on the verge of taking up too much time, but remain just below that limit of overpresence) show us that Tibbs might be a great detective, but also occasionally an inadequate father, which makes him only human too. I had most of my fun with this production during the action scenes (the opening scene with the murder is wonderfully filmed with the light effects and all) and the scenes with stereoptypical shady characters like the creepy landlord Rice Weedon (Anthony Zerbe) and the sanctimonious Woody Garfield (with his bitchy wife). Always a pleasure to get a good view of San Franscisco when the cops are chasing one of the bad guys, especially when accompanied by that super cool music (by Quincy Jones) that permeates the entire film anyway. This film may be mediocre in its kind, but I find it a little treat.