(May 5, 2019) Original
May 10, 2019
From IMDb: “Mi-Young, who used to be considered the Major Crimes Unit’s top cop, is stationed behind a desk after having a baby. She leads uneventful yet peaceful days at handling civil complaints and looking after her son and unemployed husband at home. One day, an overly enthusiastic detective Ji-Hye, is consigned to Mi-Young’s team, and the bicker over every little thing from the moment they meet. In fact, they are sisters-is-law, and neither are happy about sitting next to each other all day in the same office. But differences are pushed aside when a woman who came to file a report gets run over in front of Mi-Young and Ji-Hye. They discover that the woman is the victim of ‘spy cam porn’ and has been threatened it would go up on a community site in 3 days. The two cops take the case tot the relevant powers, but due to workload, no one can handle it in time. Ji-Hye’s burning passion for justice rekindles Mi-Young’s sense of duty, and the two decode to take matters into their own hands.”
Poster Rating: C- / C
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Review: (#1) The four-quadrant design doesn’t work well with such bland backgrounds and such cheesy poses. (#2) A more interesting set of poses and a slight homage to Charlie’s Angels all without being terribly exciting.
Trailer Rating: B-
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Review: For an Asian crime comedy, this doesn’t look half bad. It looks incredibly cheap and cheesy, but that could be appealing to certain demographics.