The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil (2019) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
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Gang leader Jang Dong Soo (Ma Dong Seok) gets attacked by serial killer K (Kim Sung Gyu) on his way home. Following a vicious fight between the two, K eventually escapes from the scene. Enraged, Dong Soo decides to pull all money and resources available to catch him and kill him. He agrees to cooperate with police officer Jung Tae Seok (Kim Moo Yeol) to take K down together, but the ruthless killer's life or death depends on who is able to find him first.
|Product Title:||The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil (2019) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 極惡對決 (2019) (DVD) (台灣版) 极恶对决 (2019) (DVD) (台湾版) The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil (2019) (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 악인전|
|Also known as:||惡人傳 / 惡霸．魔警．殺人狂 恶人传 / 恶霸．魔警．杀人狂|
|Artist Name(s):||Ma Dong Seok (Actor) | Kim Moo Yeol (Actor) | Kim Sung Gyu (Actor) | Heo Dong Won (Actor) | Yang Ji Soo (Actor) | Yoo Seung Mok (Actor) | Choi Min Cheol (Actor) | Kim Yoon Seong (Actor) | Oh Hee Joon (Actor) | Kim Kyoul (Actor) 馬東石 (Actor) | 金 武烈 (Actor) | 金成圭 (Actor) | 許 棟元 (Actor) | 楊志洙 (Actor) | 劉勝睦 / 柳承穆 劉承睦 (Actor) | 崔民哲 (Actor) | 金胤成 (Actor) | 吳熙俊 (Actor) | 金潔 (Actor) 马东石 (Actor) | 金 武烈 (Actor) | 金成圭 (Actor) | 许 栋元 (Actor) | 杨志洙 (Actor) | 刘胜睦 / 柳承穆 刘承睦 (Actor) | 崔民哲 (Actor) | 金胤成 (Actor) | 吴熙俊 (Actor) | 金洁 (Actor) マ・ドンソク (Actor) | キム・ムヨル (Actor) | Kim Sung Gyu (Actor) | Heo Dong Won (Actor) | Yang Ji Soo (Actor) | Yoo Seung Mok (Actor) | Choi Min Cheol (Actor) | Kim Yoon Seong (Actor) | Oh Hee Joon (Actor) | Kim Kyoul (Actor) 마동석 (Actor) | 김무열 (Actor) | 김성규 (Actor) | 허 동원 (Actor) | 양지수 (Actor) | 유승목 (Actor) | 최민철 (Actor) | 김윤성 (Actor) | 오희준 (Actor) | 김결 (Actor)|
|Director:||Lee Won Tae 李元泰 李元泰 Lee Won Tae 이원태|
|Writer:||Lee Won Tae 李元泰 李元泰 Lee Won Tae 이원태|
|Place of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||2.35 : 1|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Publisher:||Jing Yi Multimedia Inc.|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1086659414|
江湖上人人聞風喪膽的黑道幫派老大張東秀（馬東石 飾），某天在路上遭到連續殺人魔（金成圭 飾）突襲，他雖身受重傷仍命大倖存下來。為了向這名殺人魔報仇，張東秀與重案組警探鄭泰錫（金武烈 飾）決定利用各自的資源與人手分頭緝凶，在黑白兩道雙方鬥智之下，誰才能成功緝捕這名冷血殘酷的連續殺人魔，並依他們自己的方法來伸張正義呢？
導演：李元太 Won-Tae Lee
馬東石 Dong-seok Ma(屍速列車、冠軍大叔)
金武烈 Mu-Yeol Kim(延坪海戰)
金成圭 Sung-kyu Kim(李屍朝鮮)
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This professional review refers to The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil (DVD) (Korea Version)
Since breaking out as an action star with Train to Busan, muscle man Ma Dong Seok has become so prolific that his films have become a genre unto itself. Though Ma does play against type once in a while – including comedies such as the recent Start-up and his amusing turn as a nerdy scientist in blockbuster Ashfall – his persona as the righteous, charismatic butt-kicker is so popular in Korea that it even earned him a major role in Marvel Studios' upcoming film The Eternals. Ma's post-Train to Busan output has been hit-and-miss, but The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil sees Ma in one of his best roles yet.
The second film by Lee Won Tae (Man of Will), The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil has already won half the battle with a logline so simple yet eye-catching that Sylvester Stallone's company bought its remake rights: After a serial killer (Kim Sung Gyu) makes a brutal attempt on his life, tough gang boss Jang Dong Su (Ma) saves his reputation in the crime world by teaming up with hardboiled cop and rival Jung Tae Suk (Kim Moo Yeol) to catch the killer.
However, Lee's script is anything but simple. To elevate the dramatic stakes, the story spends its first two acts detailing and derailing Jang and Jung's fragile alliance with underworld turf wars and internal police politics. The multiple plot strands border on convoluted, but seeing the anti-heroes go at each other's throats in various ways is all part of the fun. This is not a story about how two men on opposite sides of the law overcome their differences for a common goal; this is a tough, uncompromising thriller about how two enemies manage to achieve something in spite of their hate for each other.
Kim Sung Gyu is suitably creepy as the serial killer, and Kim Moo Yeol seems to be having fun as the Cop Who Doesn't Play by the Rules. However, neither of them is any match for the star attraction that is Ma Dong Seok. Whether he's pummeling a human punching bag or negotiating business deals in flashy suits, Ma has plenty of testosterone-injected charisma to spare. Dong Su may not be a particularly complex character, but seeing Ma unleash his fury on a wooden door is already a perfectly sufficient reason to see the film.
Lee also has an excellent eye for action. In addition to multiple group brawls, there are also brutal knife fights, foot chases through alleyways and even a car chase through city streets that decimates street stalls and trash bins. Viewers will barely have any time to breathe through the busy action sequences and exposition-packed story, but The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil is an energetic cat-and-mouse thriller that offers old-school genre fun with a twist.
by Kevin Ma