The Mafia, the Salesman

The Mafia, the Salesman

In the era of Free Trade Agreements (FTA), the head boss of the Young-dong ‘organized gang’ decides they should not lose their guard and rounds his top men together. After a long talk, they conclude they should benchmark off big corporations’ ‘globalized management’ and prepare their gang for globalization! Just then, the only one to graduate from college, GYE Doo-shik is called to the role. Will Doo-shik be able to carry out his mission in the mega company without a glitch?

With the looming free trade agreement between the US and South Korea, even a mafia gang thinks it should become more globalized and professional. Doo-shik is picked to infiltrate a mega corporation and steal their methods for success. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Mafia, the Salesman torrent reviews

Dinesh P (ag) wrote: A nice plot with a social message against dowry. But the loose editing and loose script brings the film down. This film could have been better

Jared E (jp) wrote: This is hilarious. Beardsmen. Metros.

Tim M (au) wrote: Ridiculously, unnecessarily gross. There's some hamfisted commentary about Israel, and it's pretty much set out to make South Park seem like high-brow entertainment. Some great jokes, mixed in with the terrible. Disgusting for the sake of being disgusting, with some humorous redeeming qualities.

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Christopher B (au) wrote: Painfully dull. Stopped watching, was close to the end.

Tim M (us) wrote: Informative, starts all the way back with Thomas Edison! Dated, misses the remakes of Piranha and Last House on the Left. As well as Machete and Hobo with a Shotgun. Passion of the Christ as grindhouse? Interesting bit of history.

Camilla L (it) wrote: As if I wasn`t worried enough already... Even more worried now.

James S (es) wrote: A bit of a mish mash of great moments coupled with horrendously bad moments. Not bad but nowhere near as good as Ti West's other work.

Dave J (kr) wrote: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 (2002) Severed HORROR Straight-to-rental horror flick has an unindentifiable serial killer running amok on the streets of Seattle, Washington, where an unknown figure chops heads victimizing supposedly crooked businessman, which happends often so frequently that the police had to name it the "Headhunter". This single officer's task unit's job was on the line was so crucial, that it resulted him to resort involving a bounty hunter to find the seriel killer! In order to fully appreciate this, one would have to ignore total idiocy amongst the actions of the people especially the police as wel as obliviant about proper police procedures! This is low budget at it's best! Bomb

Jay L (gb) wrote: "Shoot first, ask questions later." Director David Mamet (Heist, House Of Games) helmed State And Main, and did one hell of a job with this wickedly humorous and snappy slapstick comedy. It's funny as hell from the first scene to the last and filled with Mamet's trademark "Mamet Speak" dialogue and nonstop endless wit. It's stylish, smart, flashy, fun, romantic, sharp, witty, slick and fresh, something that the entire family can enjoy on movie night. A movie about a movie, it doesn't get much better than that. State And Main was a bit of a change of pace for David Mamet, whom normally sticks to brain-bending psychological dramas and reality shifting thrillers like, "The Spanish Prisoner" and "Heist". He's just one of the Directors who just can't seem to miss, he hits the ball out of the park with every film that he writes and directs. One of my personal favorite Director's adds another great film to his very impressive resume. Jam-packed with one-liner galore, razor-sharp storytelling, ultra-snappy dialogue, compelling romance, unending laughs, nonstop randomness and most of all excellent performances. The cast is epic, and the performances are all great. William H. Macy and Phillip Seymour Hoffman are standouts, these two made the film in my opinion. Other great performances in the film are seen from Julia Stiles, Alec Baldwin, Sarah Jessica Parker, David Paymer an Rebecca Pidgeon. It's worth watching for the sheer amount of talent involved in the casting. Great film. Great comedy.

Brandon S (gb) wrote: I can hardly think of tale this well-told that is also this hopeless and cynical. Wow. What a tragedy of a viewing experience. The only finer point of the film is the tight and focused direction from James Wan.

Jonathan C (ag) wrote: Unmitigated crap. Avoid. Kenneth Williams would turn, camply, in his grave.