Windstruck

Year:2004

Section:Movies

Language: Korean

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Windstruck

Reviewed by: sunkissedtomatoes October 09, 2004

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Cast: Jeon Ji Hyun (Kyungjin), Jang Hyuk (Myungwoo) Production: 2004 Storyline: Kyungjin is a kick-ass female cop who has two separate very comical run-ins with Myungwoo, a teacher, which result in them falling in love. Kyungjin rescues Myungwoo’s butt twice, but Myungwoo has this habit of meddling when he knows Kyungjin is chasing after criminals.…. The Review: On the surface, this movie is another boring romance story where girl meets guy, they fall in love and their relationship...

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Windstruck

Reviewed by: sukting September 07, 2004

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

Foreword Although the director claims that this movie has no connection with ‘My Sassy Girl’, Jeon Ji Hyun’s image seems to suggest this. Moreover, the title is ‘Ye Man Shi Jie’ – which means the sassy policewoman in Chinese. She still looks threatening in the police uniform. Her co-star changes from Cha Tai Hyun to Jang Hak. Do the two manage to create sparks? I express my heartfelt thanks to a friend, Hon Wai, who...

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Member Ratings

NuhErLang

03-27-2009 09:38 AM

     

This was the best korean movie i've ever seen really good!!!!!!


Andybernabe

10-26-2007 05:27 PM

     

One of the Best Movie I watched, story is great and will touch the heart of the viewers. It's very simple but then it makes me smile & feel blue everytime i see this movie. It's a Totally turn on for all the audiences. I salute everyone beyond this big success, pls continue making meaningful and wonderful movies like this!


cardcaptorl

09-28-2007 12:00 AM

     

i luv this movie. its sooo sad that Myungwoo dies at the end then Kyungjin misses him a lot and starts to commit suicide, she even tries to jump off a tall building and try to use a gun to kill herself.


Bella

03-14-2007 02:08 AM

     

I find this movie so touching. Despite being sappy in the later parts, it is full of hope and love. The first part was as corny as any slapastick Asian movie but there were funny moments, mainly due to the acting more than the plot. The character development for the leads was excellent, from a brash gungho cop to a sensitive person and timid schoolteacher to a protective boyfriend. I would give this a 4.5/5 stars. The missing half is due to the overdone first half.


RyLee

12-20-2006 12:00 AM

     

"Knocking on heaven's door" was way over-played and was a horrible version. It almost ruins the movie


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