My Wife Is a Gangster

My Wife Is a Gangster

Eunjin who is a living legend among the gangsters dominates the male-centered underworld wielding only a pair of her trademark blades. One day, Eun-jin finds her sister from whom she was separated at an orphanage during childhood, and her sister tells Eun-jin that her last dying wish is to see that Eun-jin gets married.

The story of how Eun-jin (Eun-kyung Shin) became a legend in the South Korean underworld by defeating an army of gangsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Wife Is a Gangster torrent reviews

Bryan P (ag) wrote: As i don't watch celebrity juice what he is in didn't know what to expect. Some of the film has funny parts in but not as many as i expected. Very poor storyline to the film about him trying to sell a pole to put on a car drive. So really if you don't see this film i wouldn't worry.

Joyce M (us) wrote: Fantastic acting from all cast. Heartwarming. I'm still crying while typing this.

Brianna L (ru) wrote: Haven't seen it(yet)!!!!

Tibor B (ag) wrote: A truly excellent documentary on the early surf scene, predominantly the development of "big wave" surfing.The whole story of the sports development from some Hawaiian natives, to the anarchic spirited US "beach bums" through the explosion of the sport to the glossy 80s mainstream and the current use of technologically advanced boards and co-ordinated jet-ski teams allowing previously unimaginable waves to be ridden. Perfectly captures the vibe of the sport, and the joy and awe nature inspires in people.

Dino P (kr) wrote: Ma bezveze, opce se nisu potrudili promjenit puno toga iz jedinice. Na momente mi je bilo dosadno, glumci nista posebno. Radnja : 5/10 Glumci : 6/10

Kyle M (ag) wrote: An improvement over its predecessor to bring this sequel closer to the original in nature while being funnier and ignoring the disgracefulness, but some of the silliness remains in some ways. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Victoria J W (jp) wrote: Brother Bear Review: Brother bear is a lovely Disney film about a young man who has to really make the transition from being completely childish into adulthood by being transformed into a bear by forces beyond his own control. He must take the time to learn about loss, grieving, anger and everything in between by meeting various animals that all offer a different piece of the story. Along the way, he ends up teaming up with the young and lone bear cub Koda. Together they go through a world of hurt and misunderstanding, to enter into what can only be described as true love that really makes one see what family can really mean to someone big or small. What made this so interesting to watch, was really something about the idea of learning a lesson from a myth. In native American mythologies, the tales that the elders within the community often present to children and sometimes adults to teach them lessons from on how to handle others in society and overall help them gain an understanding of the meaning of life in all of its forms. Usually these myths are presented from the point of view of the trickster, but I can see the idea being presented differently here to show children the same lessons in a different way. There are plenty of other myths that teach the lessons of life and death and the ideas that accompany those things. I think that this movie is so sweet, and looking back it really make me so happy because I was proabably in about 1st or 2nd grade and back then I just saw it as being a fun little movie and a man who gets turned into a bear, like there was some amazing Disney magic behind it when in reality it had an AMAZING message.

Smashproplaya (nl) wrote: A childhood favorite that might not hold up that well, but can be enjoyable.

Paul C (ag) wrote: The dialog was decent and witty. You kind of wanted more out of it once you saw what the whole story was about. The acting was not up to par at all. Out of the four main guys, only one really knew how to act. But it was ok.

Sanford R (de) wrote: I would love to see this if I could find it

Ken20 N (mx) wrote: one of my favorite if not favorite steven spielberg.

Lucy W (ru) wrote: Some other top favourites that are not available on this list: Tsai Ming-Liang's REBELS OF THE NEON GOD, Martin Bell & Mary Ellen Mark & co's STREETWISE, Hong Sen Nguyen's THE WILD FIELD...

Andrew H (gb) wrote: Nice sequel to an amazing movie. shows more of "The Fly" this time around. Slightly cheesier than th original, but still worth a watch.