Nameless Gangster (2012) 720p YIFY Movie

Nameless Gangster (2012)

Bumchoiwaui junjaeng: Nabbeunnomdeul jeonsungshidae is a movie starring Min-sik Choi, Jung-woo Ha, and Jin-Woong Cho. On the verge of being fired, a corrupt customs official finds a haul of drugs and teams up with a vicious gangster...

IMDB: 7.12 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.06G
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 133
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 89 / 73

The Synopsis for Nameless Gangster (2012) 720p

On the verge of being fired, a corrupt customs official finds a haul of drugs and teams up with a vicious gangster to become the most powerful crime partnership in Busan.


The Director and Players for Nameless Gangster (2012) 720p

[Director]Jong-bin Yoon
[Role:]Dong-seok Ma
[Role:]Jung-woo Ha
[Role:]Jin-woong Jo
[Role:]Min-sik Choi


The Reviews for Nameless Gangster (2012) 720p


O, Lucky ManReviewed byGManfredVote: 7/10

This is a movie about a wannabe gangster who is a survivor. He repeatedly wriggles out of tight spots without knowing how he got there, or how he got out. He is a civil servant at the docks of Busan, So. Korea, who stumbles upon a robbery, chases off the robbers, and discovers they were after several pounds of heroin. His co-worker is 'connected' and knows a big-time dealer. One thing leads to another (see the above review), and he becomes a kingpin - a neophyte in the drug trade.

The film was interesting, but a few things worked against further appreciation of the film. I couldn't grasp the significance of the importance of family relationships and how this could save him from death numerous times. This was very crucial to one's understanding of the story, because in an American gangster movie, he would have been toast quickly, and this would have been a film short.

Over and above that, he is beaten up several times and emerges with nary a scratch. In addition, he (Choi) is a rumpled and unattractive man who lacks a moral compass; as a result, I was unable to generate any sympathy or rooting interest, and the supporting cast fell into the same category. I also think there was an occasional continuity lapse. For instance, in one scene, one of the major drug dealers is stabbed in the abdomen and bleeds profusely. In the next scene, he is his old, menacing self, as if nothing happened to him. Many meetings and dinners take place seemingly without relevance or time frame; who are these people, and why are they there? And where are they?

I did the best I could to keep up and there were several violent scenes with fights and beatings and apparently no one in Korea uses guns, which would have ended some of those fight scenes pretty quickly. Sound was amplified for the fights and beatings - having seen many gangster pictures, the slaps and blows are never that loud.

I rated it a six - perhaps I would have appreciated it more if I had a better understanding of Korean customs and culture. Or maybe if I were given a reason to root for the protagonist.

It's just not very goodReviewed bygrandmastersikVote: 4/10

In a structural mess of a story, the film starts near the end and then skips back and forth to tell the rise and fall of a sycophantic hustler who makes a name for himself in the world of organised crime by playing gangster.

With an overly long running time, the film could have been shorter, but then, considering how the backbone of the story is the lead's connections and how he exploits them all to his own advantage, it's difficult to pinpoint just what should have been cut, as the lead's snivelling demeanour becomes a swagger and then hubris, before his total lack of understanding the mentality of all those he's involved with leads to his downfall. He then reverts back to his snivelling old self, blames everybody else for his mistakes, relies on connections and walks off into the sunset.

Moral of the story? Kiss arse and you'll live a long and prosperous life.

And that's the problem with the whole film: there's not a single likable character. And while the film certainly doesn't glorify anything, I honestly couldn't have cared what happened to anyone in it, and found myself restlessly checking how much of the film was left every 5 or 10 minutes.

"Nameless", though, is at least adequate, because after the credits roll, you'll quickly forget about it.

About a wannabe gangster with not even a single slightly likable character...Reviewed byKineticSeoulVote: 6/10

There is quite a bit of similar aspects to this movie to "Goodfellas" except "Goodfellas" is a way better movie. This just has constant cursing and random beatings thrown in to the point it loses it's flare and quickly becomes formulaic and repetitive. Now Min-sik Choi is a good actor but he has been playing these similar character type roles for a while. Who is the epitome of a blood sucking leech that manipulates and use people for his own benefit. Now the real world maybe like this as well but his character Choi Ik-Hyun takes it to a whole another level. There is elements to the gangster world that keeps it interesting, like certain codes and hierarchy. But Choi Ik-Hyun is not a gangster but a wannabe gangster and he is very far from being a law abiding citizen. A guy that tries to weasel his way out of anything. Everything about this character is dis-likable so there is a high chance no audience member will have any sympathy for this character. Except that he is sort of a family person. Now the second main character is Choi Hyung-Bae(Ha Jung-Woo) who is a gangster and does have gangster codes. But he isn't really likable gangster either or all that cool per say. He does have charisma but lacks the likable gangster aspect but I guess that is so it can go in a more realistic direction. And for the most part this movie is realistic but it's jumbled with random curse words and beatings that isn't effective nor does it entertain all that much. Their is isn't a single likable character in this movie you can side with. And the ending makes the movie even worse, maybe the director wanted to show elements of the real world. But it just gives off crappy morals and ethics, well there is none in this movie. Overall it's a alright movie that tries to show how some people do business in the underworld of Busan during the 80's. But everything just seemed a bit formulaic and it just didn't have enough scenes that makes this movie memorable or stand out.

6.8/10

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