Tunnel (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

Tunnel (2016) 1080p

A MAN'S DESPERATE STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE Jung-su, an ordinary car dealer, is on his way home with a birthday cake for his daughter. As he drives into a tunnel an unbelievable thing happens; the tunnel collapses on him. Minutes later, he realizes that he is completely caught in between the debris. Outside, this breaking news creates media frenzy. An emergency response team is immediately organized to rescue him and tries to keep the media under control. As it becomes a national concern, the government promises full support for the rescue. Days pass without any success and people start to lose hope or interest in rescuing him. Hard decisions are forced on his family while no one knows whether Jung-su is dead or alive.

IMDB: 6.90 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.33G
  • Resolution: 1920*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: Korean 5.1  
  • Run Time: 126
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 8 / 50

The Synopsis for Tunnel (2016) 1080p

A MAN'S DESPERATE STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE Jung-su, an ordinary car dealer, is on his way home with a birthday cake for his daughter. As he drives into a tunnel an unbelievable thing happens; the tunnel collapses on him. Minutes later, he realizes that he is completely caught in between the debris. Outside, this breaking news creates media frenzy. An emergency response team is immediately organized to rescue him and tries to keep the media under control. As it becomes a national concern, the government promises full support for the rescue. Days pass without any success and people start to lose hope or interest in rescuing him. Hard decisions are forced on his family while no one knows whether Jung-su is dead or alive.


The Director and Players for Tunnel (2016) 1080p

[Director]Seong-hun Kim
[Role:]Jung-woo Ha
[Role:]Doona Bae
[Role:]Dal-su Oh
[Role:]Jeong-geun Sin


The Reviews for Tunnel (2016) 1080p


Not the best title, but a decent movieReviewed byQuinoa1984Vote: 6/10

Tunnel is a movie that I wish had a stronger directorial vision behind it. The concept of someone being trapped under a pile of rubble and rocks for two hours may sound like a daunting challenge - more than 'may', it is. To hold our attention and to mount suspense and create a connection to that character (especially if we don't know him, or her, super well before-hand) when it is a one-person show is difficult. Major pros like Robert Zemeckis (Cast Away) or Danny Boyle (127 Hours) can get to the nitty gritty by a) having a tremendous actor to anchor it, and b) to have some very distinctive settings or moments that let us out of the place we're stuck with the characters at (in one case a deserted island, in another trapped also by rocks). Put these two things together and you may have a vision of solitude and simple goddamn survival that can keep the audience's attention.

In Tunnel, it's an OKAY type of that movie, but its first half gets bogged down through some comedy (yes, comedy, or what can come close to it here), and a side story where our main character, Jung-Soo (Ha Jung-Woo), already caught after driving through a tunnel that collapses all over the car, discovers a woman is trapped in her car (along with a very cute pug). It does add some humanity to the character, showing his kindness over little things like how to space out water, but she also doesn't last in the story very long and her impact on the outside world - this is one of those 'Timmy Fell Down the Well" stories, of course, so the media covering it and the authorities and construction people working at the site become a whole entity unto themselves - isn't strongly felt.

If it had been it could've added to something, but this is making me put aside what I did like about the film, which is primarily the second half. In the first section, as our Kia Dealer is still under (yes, he tells some random people, oddly unprompted, he works as a Kia dealer because... uh, product placement I guess?) it has the occasional odd jokey moment. Not necessarily a terrible thing, some levity or moments of lightness can help to punctuate the potential-certain doom this man is facing, but it's kind of clumsily done. Maybe it's funnier to South Korean audiences than to me, where things like a construction man picking up an egg after it's fallen on the floor due to a part of a roof collapsing from rain and eating it. For me, I kept thinking 'Uh, hey, guys, tension, suspense, start mounting it, come on!'

But then we come to where things take a bad turn - it might even be more like 2/3rds of the way through (this is a 126 minute movie and it feels every moment of it) - as characters screw up, and in a way that no one is fully to blame for (outside of some gross incompetence, but not anything to get furious about), and it looks like it'll take longer and longer to dig our man out. And this moment is excellently played by Jung-Woo, when he is told the terrible news, and all the while his wife (Doona Bae, who you might remember from such films as CLOUD ATLAS, yes, that's her as the main girl, and JUPITER ASCENDING, so also some highly expressive, spot-on talent) is off to the side also angry and sad and embarrassed as a bad situation becomes worse and worse.

I saw this movie as a double feature of my own making at the local cineplex where before the other film was Train to Busan. That is certainly the better film, but I was struck by how in both films, but this one it's stronger without being too in-your-face about it, there's this sense that humanity MUST work together, or things will simply fall apart (metaphor much with the tunnel collapsing and the, oh, nevermind). When it becomes a more dire story, the director Kim Seong-Hun, steps up his game for dramatic tension and down-to-the-last-OMG-minute suspense, and it picks up greatly. I didn't completely dislike those moments early on where they try to humanize everyone, but the tone felt off in a way that was a little distracting, also with that side plot that has affecting moments (how can it not with a woman trapped in her car), but the mood wasn't kicking, it lacked an energy or momentum for our hero that we could dig in to as well (or perhaps that sense of 'huh, will he really get out of this or not?) It's a decent and competently made movie with some excellent moments; if you're a connoisseur of Korean cinema I'm sure it'll make your day or night. It also doesn't make for essential thriller viewing either.

the waterReviewed bySnoopyStyleVote: 8/10

Lee Jung-soo is driving home with his daughter's birthday cake. He's driving through a tunnel when it collapses on top of him. His wife Se-hyun is desperate in the outside world. Dae-kyoung leads the effort to rescue him. Jung-soo finds fellow survivor Mina and her little dog.

I was expecting Daylight for some reason and it bothered me that he didn't seem to be trying to dig himself out for a long time. Then he finds Mina and her little dog. It's when he's struggling with the water that I fully committed to the movie. This is not a hero. It helps to have the great Bae Doo-na as the desperate wife. She does the heavy emotional lifting. I could do without the happy ending and a sadder rescue with only the dog would be more compelling. He marks the days on the wall which could show that he almost made it out. That would be the sad ending that this movie deserves.

Surprisingly good. Kept my attention.Reviewed bySciFiandScaryVote: 7/10

Tunnel surprised me. I had barely glanced at the cover when we picked it up, and put it on figuring it would be good background noise for reading my book.

Well, the book didn't get read, but the movie did get watched.

I liked how quickly it leaped right into things. No real build up, no explaining things, just suddenly this person is in a horrible situation, and now you've got to watch to see how it unfolds.

There were a few humorous moments that injected some needed levity. Only one of them actually felt forced, and that was toward the beginning of the film so it was pretty easy to overlook.

Within minutes of getting into this, I found myself texting one of my friends and telling her what was happening in the movie. Then texting my partner and telling him that Tunnel was one of the better movies we'd rented in a long time.

This is a well-shot, well-acted movie. While it didn't blow me away, it did manage to get me completely wrapped up in it. Definitely worth watching!

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