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Commitment

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After the spying mission of his father failed, North Korean boy Ri Myung-hoon and his sister Ri Hye-in are sent to a labor prison. Myung-hoon volunteers to become a spy to protect his sister and infiltrate South Korea as a juvenile detective. While at school as a regular student in South Korea, he met a girl also named Hye-in and rescues her when she is attacked. South Korean Intelligence detect Myung-hoons behavior and start tracing him while his government sent an assistant to assassinate him.
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TheDivaReview.com
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December 07, 2013

Enjoyable, if slightly tepid teenage spy actioner and a must-see for fans of KPop star T.O.P of Big Bang, Commitment's mix of gunplay and hand-to-hand combat is harder and bloodier than one might reckon for the film's expected demographic
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Seattle Times

December 05, 2013

In this expansive, even elegant movie, Myung-hoon turns from assassin to knight-errant in pursuit of a virtue he barely has time to understand. His rapid evolution is nothing short of moving.
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Washington Post
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December 05, 2013

The filmmakers are committed to tragic romanticism. If they muster few thrills and no surprises, at least they don't stoop to a happy ending.
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NYC Movie Guru
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December 30, 2013

An entertaining, well-cast action thriller, but it grows increasingly mindless, pedestrian, contrived and convoluted.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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December 06, 2013

Lots of family tragedy, saccharine love, and high-impact tae kwon do.
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Film Journal International
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December 04, 2013

The story of an undercover spy caught in a web of intrigue, this South Korean import slams North Korean ruthlessness and treachery via a tale that's derivative and-in both dramatic and political terms-frustratingly shallow.
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Village Voice
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December 03, 2013

When Commitment isn't a perfectly forgettable action film, it's either an oil-thin melodrama or a charbroiled treat for meatheads.
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New York Times
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December 05, 2013

For all the shooting, knifing and nattering about sleeper cells, the film feels weirdly static and terminally tired.
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Movie Mezzanine
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March 13, 2014

Commitment may not be the next big K-cinema import, but it's a fine display of solid craftsmanship.
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