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The Grand Heist (2012) (DVD) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region 3

Cha Tae Hyun (Actor) | Oh Ji Ho (Actor) | Min Hyo Rin (Actor) | Ko Chang Seok (Actor)
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Cha Tae Hyun leads an ensemble cast of thieves in the blockbuster period heist film The Grand Heist. Directed by Kim Joo Ho, the crowd-pleasing hit brings together a group of eleven opportunists from different walks of life to steal an unlikely prize – ice, and lots of it – a valuable commodity in days of yore. Oh Ji Ho (Sector 7), Min Hyo Rin (Sunny), Song Jong Ho (The Princess' Man), Lee Chae Young (Miracle), Sung Dong Il (Miss Conspirator), Ko Chang Seok (The Front Line), Shin Jeong Keun (Runway Cop), and child actors Cheon Bo Keun and Kim Hyang Gi join Cha Tae Hyun to form the "Joseon Ocean's Eleven". Song Joong Ki, Lee Moon Shik, and musical actor Nam Kyung Eup also make cameo appearances in the film.

Despite being the son of an official, Duk Moo (Cha Tae Hyun) spends his days in the market as a bookseller, ogling at girls and foreign books from far off lands. His carefree days come to an end when he gets framed for possessing a banned book as part of corrupt official Jo's (Nam Kyung Eup) plan to exile Duk Moo's father and gain control of the ice supply. To counter Jo's ice monopoly, Duk Moo hatches his own plan to steal all the ice blocks from the storehouse in one night. For this seemingly impossible heist, he'll need the help of the former royal guard (Oh Ji Ho) in charge of the ice storehouse, a financial backer (Sung Dong Il), a deep-sea diver (Min Hyo Rin), a disguise master (Song Jong Ho), an explosives guy (Shin Jeong Keun), a tunneling expert (Ko Chang Suk), and a gisaeng spy (Lee Chae Young).

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Product Title: The Grand Heist (2012) (DVD) (Malaysia Version) 隨風而逝 (2012) (DVD) (馬來西亞版) 随风而逝 (2012) (DVD) (马来西亚版) 風と共に去りぬ (2012) (DVD) (マレーシア版) 바람과 함께 사라지다
Also known as: 俠盜冰團 侠盗冰团
Artist Name(s): Cha Tae Hyun (Actor) | Oh Ji Ho (Actor) | Min Hyo Rin (Actor) | Ko Chang Seok (Actor) | Sung Dong Il (Actor) | Seo Shin Ae (Actor) | Kim Hyang Gi (Actor) | Kim Jung Tae (Actor) | Lee Chae Young (Actor) | Song Jong Ho (Actor) | Lee Moon Shik | Song Joong Ki 車太鉉 (Actor) | 吳智昊 (Actor) | 閔孝琳 (Actor) | 高昌錫 (Actor) | 成東日 (Actor) | 徐 新愛 (Actor) | 金香琪 (Actor) | 金宗泰 (Actor) | 李 彩英 (Actor) | 宋 鐘浩 (Actor) | 李文植 | 宋仲基 车太铉 (Actor) | 吴智昊 (Actor) | 闵孝琳 (Actor) | 高昌锡 (Actor) | 成东日 (Actor) | 徐 新爱 (Actor) | 金香琪 (Actor) | 金宗泰 (Actor) | 李 彩英 (Actor) | 宋 钟浩 (Actor) | 李文植 | 宋仲基 チャ・テヒョン (Actor) | オ・ジホ (Actor) | RinZ(ミン・ヒョリン) (Actor) | コ・チャンソク (Actor) | ソン・ドンイル (Actor) | ソ・シネ (Actor) | キム・ヒャンギ (Actor) | キム・ジョンテ (Actor) | Lee Chae Young (Actor) | ソン・ジョンホ (Actor) | イ・ムンシク | ソン・ジュンギ 차 태현 (Actor) | 오 지호 (Actor) | 린즈, 민효린 민효린 (Actor) | 고창석 (Actor) | 성동일 (Actor) | 서신애 (Actor) | 김향기 (Actor) | 김정태 (Actor) | 이채영 (Actor) | 송종호 (Actor) | 이 문식 | 송중기
Director: Kim Joo Ho Kim Joo Ho Kim Joo Ho Kim Joo Ho 김주호
Release Date: 2013-06-04
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Malay
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Publisher: PMP Entertainment (M) SDN. BHD.
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1033497095

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About 250 years ago in Chosun dynasty. Lee Deok Moo is an ingenious young man, the son of a powerful second vice-premier; but with limitations to his social advancement since he was born out of wedlock. He lives with his friend’s bookstore enjoying the new amazing products of western civilizations and culture, caring little for his way to success. But Deok Moo’s life is turned upside down when his father is eliminated by a rival, the first vice-premier named Cho, and sent away on exile.

With extreme lust for power and money, Cho also frames the loyal superintendent, Baek Dong Soo who oversees the nation’s storage of ice, the most valuable commodity of the time before the invention of modern day refrigerator which is kept in an ice house built with stones.

Getting rid of anyone who stands in his way, Cho takes possession of all power and commercial supremacy over ice. And with his command, more and more powerless commoners are forced to collect ice from cold winter rivers driving them to death.

Unable to stand Cho’s tyranny, Deok Moo gathers a group of experts in various fields: tactics, weapons, explosives, underwater diving, camouflage and last but not least, Baek. With the help of the best experts, Deok Moo executes his clever plans to rob the entire storage of ice which will be used for the crown prince’s birthday party that will initiate Cho’s downfall.
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Professional Review of "The Grand Heist (2012) (DVD) (Malaysia Version)"

January 22, 2013

This professional review refers to The Grand Heist (2DVD + Photo Script Book) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
Korean cinema loves a good caper, and The Grand Heist offers a twist on the formula by setting the action back during the Joseon era of the 18th century, following a bunch of miscreants set on stealing ice. The film was directed by Kim Joo Ho, marking his debut, and as is usual for this kind of affair was an ensemble piece, bringing together a host of top stars, namely Oh Ji Ho (Sector 7), Min Hyo Rin (Sunny), Song Jong Ho (The Princess' Man), Lee Chae Young (Miracle), Sung Dong Il (Miss Conspirator), Ko Chang Seok (The Front Line) and Shin Jeong Keun (Runway Cop). Mixing laughter and tension, the Ocean's Eleven style film proved very popular at the Korean box office, emerging as one of the year's hits alongside the similarly themed contemporary pic The Thieves.

Cha Tae Hyun headlines as Duk Moo, the son of a government official and a concubine, who due to his lesser birth rights spend his days lazing around the market as a book seller. His life falls apart after the corrupt politician Jo (Nam Kyung Eup) frames him for dealing in banned books as part of a plot to discredit his father and take over the local ice trade. Duk Moo finds himself in jail along with the similarly set up royal ice house guard Dong Soo (Oh Ji Ho), and on their release the two decide to team up and try and steal all of Jo's ice and gold. To carry out their cunning scheme, they recruit a crew of shady characters, including an explosives expert (Shin Jeong Keun), a notorious tomb robber (Ko Chang Suk), a money man (Sung Dong Il), a master of disguise (Song Jong Ho), and a sexy female informant (Lee Chae Young), as well as Dong Soo's attractive swimmer sister Hyo Rin (Min Hyo Rin). Unbeknownst to Duk Moo, Jo is also involved in a treasonous plot, and as the time for the heist draws near, things get even more dangerous and complicated.

Ocean's Eleven comparisons are certainly fitting, as The Grand Heist is very much a character driven piece, spending most of its time following the cast around as they plan and scheme, with the big set piece robbery not taking place until the final act. Kim Joo Ho and writer Kim Min Sung do a very solid job in this respect, with a fine script that successfully creates a likeable and fun set of characters, and their bickering and bantering makes for entertaining viewing, even when stretches of the film don really go anywhere. The film works in a number of different relationships, romances and bromances, and this helps to add a little of emotional investment, crucial when the director is trying to get the viewer on side and rooting for the good guys. The cast are all on great form, Cha Tae Hyun and Oh Ji Ho's central partnership having a lively dynamic, and though the rest don't have quite as much to work with, all do their part in adding to the overall sense of good-natured boisterousness.

Though a first time helmer, Kim directs with surprising assurance, and the film is consistent and engaging in terms of pacing and tone, showing a fine balance between comedy and the tension which builds as things go wrong in the run up to the heist. It helps that most of the gags revolve around clever wordplay rather than slapstick (apart from an admittedly amusing line in in appropriate fart jokes), this keeping things grounded and ensuring that the laughs don't undermine the drama. The central scheme itself is reasonably clever, with plenty of twists and mishaps along the way, and though the final outcome is never in any doubt Kim succeeds in his aim of making it a merry, occasionally wild ride. When the robbery does finally arrive, it's thankfully a well-handled and exciting set piece, bringing the film to rousing and fitting finish, making good use of all the time spent developing the characters and suspense.

Whilst not too likely to stick in the mind after the credits have rolled, The Grand Heist is a very strong and enjoyable piece of Korean commercial cinema. Showing great assurance in his first outing, Kim Joo Ho makes great use of his game cast and clearly has a lot of fun with the tried and tested caper form, and it's easy to see why the film proved so popular at the box office.

by James Mudge – BeyondHollywood.com

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