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(346) 5.8 139 min 2019

Tazza: One aideu jaek is a movie starring Jung-min Park, Seung-bum Ryoo, and Yu-hwa Choi. Do Il-Chool (Park Jung-Min) has a talent for playing poker and he is the son of Jjakgwi. His father was a gambler and had one ear cut off...

Jung-min Park, Seung-bum Ryoo, Je-Moon Yoon, Yu-hwa Choi
Drama, Crime
Oh-Kwang Kwon

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Crime
Director Oh-Kwang Kwon
Writer Yeong-man Heo, Oh-Kwang Kwon
Stars Jung-min Park, Seung-bum Ryoo, Je-Moon Yoon, Yu-hwa Choi
Country South Korea
Also Known As Tazza: One-Eyed Jack, Tazza: One Eyed Jack, Tazza: One-Eyed Jacks
Runtime 2H 19M
Description Do Il-Chool (Park Jung-Min) has a talent for playing poker and he is the son of Jjakgwi. His father was a gambler and had one ear cut off after he was caught cheating. Il-Chool meets mysterious gambler Aekku (Ryoo Seung-Bum) and gets involved in the master gambling world.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Apr 2020 05:39

Much like Smells Like Teen Spirit, this film may not be exactly what it first seems, but what it delivers is a bold, exciting, and clever film about true love and friendship. This film's cast was second to none and even though this was the first Raimi film I'd seen, I found the character development to be a great deal more interesting than in his other films, although the lead actor was more than impressive. This film had a good mix of humor, drama, and style. One of my favorite scenes is when Jim Belushi (Superbad) accidentally goes into a store and sees it for sale and decides to walk over to the counter and offer a blank check for $50,000. This scene is based on the scene in Superbad where Belushi tries to pull a gun on the clerks of the store. It also shows the tension between Belushi and his friend because Belushi actually got into a fight with him, and Belushi got the gun from him. The film is also filled with strong humor. In one scene, after trying to use the credit card to pay for his plane ticket, Belushi realizes that he forgot the key. To pay for his food, he goes to the bakery with the purchase of a dozen slices of pizza for just two dollars. The scene is quite funny because of how the bakery clerk tells Belushi to "do a good thing", which is something that Belushi did and it later turns out to be a disaster for him. He has to start from square one as he tries to get the money back, but in the process learns a few lessons in life and possibly in his personal life as well. This scene also shows how dangerous it can be when people's paths cross. This film will probably end up being one of the most underrated movies in the history of cinema and is certainly one that you must see.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 17:17

Tazza is a complex and brilliant piece of work. Based on the abysmal book of the same name, by the award-winning writer Madhur Mittal, who has in all probability also made the project a challenge to himself as it involves the unfortunate aftermath of one man's fall from grace. The basic premise of the film is this - in the thick of the Bombay night, a very similar incident takes place. But that time a good friend is murdered and a fearless cop (played by the superb Kunal Kapoor) is assigned to the case. To the consternation of the police, the victim is found again shortly afterwards. The same cop, Vinod, who immediately works from the story after being given an advance copy of the book. He decides to crack the case and starts his investigation within the week. The story begins to feel very predictable and and the three hour run time soon becomes a bit of a slog. However, once the plot has been achieved, the film really takes off. The relationship between Vinod and Om Shanti's (Kunal Kapoor's character), the cop and his love, and the kind of psyche the cop has towards his job is truly powerful. It is really heart-breaking to see the simple man who is protected by his friends, slowly succumb to the fear he has for his life. The film takes the audience on a ride and then the film shows us a proper payoff. The screenplay, written by Rahul Mysore, is superb. It is incredibly rare that a film, written and directed by the same person, have a perfect coherence in their execution. The direction by Madhur Mittal is one of the most commendable things in the film. From the opening sequence (the memorable song that is part of the music) to the last second, everything here is perfect. And the editing is absolutely flawless. I mean, I can't imagine a lot of Indian directors being able to edit a great film. The one thing that is commendable about this film is that it knows exactly what it is doing. The editing has been so seamless that it doesn't feel out of place. Madhur's visuals are amazing and I wouldn't be surprised if the US were to see this on its entrance at Sundance. The film is absolutely brilliant. It is a film that you can watch again and again, never getting tired of the experience. And it is an experience that will stay with you. If you like Madhur's films, I highly recommend you watch this film.

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