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Plot: American General Douglas MacArthur (Liam Neeson) sends eight members of the Korean Liaison Office, led by a South Korean Navy Lieutenant (Lee Jung-Jae) on a secret mission far behind North Korean lines to carry out Operation "X-ray". This covert operation must succeed so that MacArthur can launch… Runtime: 111 min Release Date: 12 Aug 2016
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Operation Chromite is for The Win (by investorman)
I am very impressed with this historical accuracy that was never told in school. It truly is based off of real South Korean soldiers who did infiltrate the North during the 1950s Korean War. These are true heroes that did help turn the tide from the North completing their invasion of the South before they were pushed back.... the South and US could have finally finished the War but the Politicans stepped in to where the demarcation line still stands today. This is an excellant true story historical based movie, I honor these people.
Relearning the Past (by engrbecker)
While much of the world may have forgotten or never learn the tragedies of the Korean War; "In-cheon sang-ryuk jak-jeon" Operation Chromite provides insight into a conflict real and unrelenting. The plot revolves around a covert mission behind enemy lines, necessary for the success of General Douglas MacArthur's planned Incheon Landing Operation. Beyond battle sequences, this film illustrates philosophical differences of the two sides impossible to reconcile, actions determined by moral principles or lack thereof. Don't expect a remake of M*A*S*H the novel, movie or <more>
television program; rather this is a portrait of a culture attacked by a power attempting collectivism and repression, combined with rule in the form of a dynasty. No matter that the budget was modest; talent and effort compensates for celebrities here. The Korean actors are convincing, engage the audience, and carry the movie. Battle scenes are believable without the need for excessive computer generated imagery.Modest box office returns to date should not be surprising, considering an apparent lack of attention paid this movie by media critics, and perhaps lack of interest by a film-going public born generations after the conflict. Given multiple edits of the film in circulation, look for the subtitled version.
On some levels you may say this is just propaganda, however from my perspective it was able to encapsulate the struggle very clearly. I imagine that the Korean version had subtitles on Liam Neeson et al, I find that the authenticity this provides is immense. I am someone who watched band of brothers 100 times 10 years ago and since then, nothing has come close to the authenticity of this film. I can't quite pin point it, maybe it's a little cheesy in some English speaking areas, but the Korean actors are on it like their lives depended on it. AMAZING !!!!
Korean Version of the "Dirty Dozen" and "Inglourious Basterds" (by marshall_plan02)
This is one of the best military movies that I have recently seen portraying historical battles from decades past. While watching this, I had not put aside my memories with "Hacksaw Ridge," which starred Andrew Garfield in the lead role of Corporal Desmond Doss, a US Army medic who was allowed to go into battle despite his objections towards touching a firearm and was about the Battle of the Maeda Escarpment in Okinawa during the final days of World War 2.Titled in the West "Operation Chromite: The Battle for Inchon," the movie portrays a fictionalized rendition of the <more>
mission code-named "Trudy Jackson," an effort to recruit, train, send 15 South Korean soldiers behind enemy lines. The mission was actually led by an American naval officer named Eugene Clark Commander, USN - then a Lieutenant during the Korean War . Clark was aided by South Korean intelligence officers and local resistance fighters; these men would then scout the coastal section of Inchon for fortification structures, troop numbers and movements, and seaborne mines that obstructed the possibility of a UN coalition naval detachment to go ashore and eventually take the fight to the enemy. In the movie, the squad is led by South Korean Navy Lieutenant Jang Hak-Soo, a former North Korean soldier who defected to the "good guys" side due to his father being executed by his so-called "friends." Jang is played by veteran actor Lee Jung-Jae. Based on his performance, Jung-Jae can be regarded as the Korean counterpart of Lee Marvin's NO PUN INTENDED, by the way Major Reisman in "The Dirty Dozen," Steve McQueen's Army Air Force Captain Virgil Hilts a.k.a. "The Cooler King" in "The Great Escape" on the sidelines, though, watch out for that motorcycle scene! and Brad Pitt's Lieutenant Aldo Raine in "Inglourious Basterds." Not to give much information away further, but director John H. Lee might have borrowed elements from the aforementioned WWII flicks as well as, possibly, many others out there such as the likes "Saving Private Ryan" and "Schindler's List" and modified them for assimilation in the war between 2 nations divided by the 38th Parallel Line 5 to 8 years later.Lead actor details aside, though, it was the fearless squad leader Jang the soldiers that fought behind enemy lines that stole the show. The American allies, on the other hand, were just minor plot devices used to invoke a deeper dramatic feel. For instance, Liam Neeson's portrayal of the famous General Douglas MacArthur Corregidor, Philippines, "I shall return!" address, anyone? was, at best, not exactly laughable but typical of the "brawny military leader" stereotype. To make a sound analogy, Neeson's MacArthur is reminiscent of Ernest Borgnine's General Worden in "Dirty Dozen." Also, If the casting were up to me, I would pick Bruce Willis as Willis bears a nearly perfect resemblance to MacArthur!When it comes to the film's main antagonist, Lee Bum-Soo's Colonel Lim Gye-Jin would put shivers up the viewer's spine every time he is on screen. Lim is an SS officer reincarnated as a ruthless North Korean Army regimental commander. Analogically speaking, he would be a strong and, I mean 100-proof vodka and martini mix kind of strong combination of Norbert Weisser's SS Kommandant Albert Hujar in "Schindler" and Christoph Waltz's Colonel Hans Landa in "Basterds."Overall, I cannot emphasize this enough: "Operation Chromite" is one of the best Korean War movies out there. It stands shoulder to shoulder with similar ones of its kind like "Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War." The only drawback is that the crew operated in a lower budget than the figures estimated for usual war movies.Final verdict: 9/10.
Great Story of Heroism and Patriotism (by claudio_carvalho)
In 1950, the North Korean army has invaded and defeated South Korea. The UN coalition, under the command of General Douglas MacArthur Liam Neeson , plots a bold plan called "Operation Chromite" to invade the South Korean peninsula, disembarking the troops through the Incheon port. However there are mines in the water and he needs to know the location of the defense first. MacArthur sends an eight- man military unit from the Korean Liaison Office in a secret operation called X- Ray under the command of South Korean Navy Lieutenant Jang Hak-soo Jung-jae Lee to find the location of <more>
the North Korean defenses. They disguise as a North Korean inspection unit to infiltrate the enemy headquarter. However, North Korean Senior Colonel Lim Gye-jin Beom- su Lee suspects of Hak-soo and does not provide the mine location to him. What will the spies do?"In-cheon sang-ryuk jak-jeon", a.k.a. "Operation Chromite", is a magnificent South Korean war film based on a true story. The dramatic story is full of action and supported by excellent screenplay, direction and performances. The conclusion is melodramatic like in many other South Korean movies, but perfect to the great story of heroism and patriotism. My vote is eight.Title Brazil : Not available
First off, there are different copies around for this movie. Don't make the mistake of watching the one that is dubbed for the Korean Actors. I started to watch it and the English dubbed voices just ruined it, gave it that same weird, almost comic feel of any dubbed movie. I then watched the one that has English speaking for English and Korean speaking for Korean with subtitles and found myself really enjoying the movie. Very good Korean acting, better than all the English counterparts. Liam was actual kind of ho hum with his gruff MacArthur character and his dialog was pretty shallow. <more>
The Korean acting though stole the show. Most straight Korean movies I watch with all English subtitles end up being pretty good. They are pretty good at making movies. Their acting can get a bit dramatic at times but all in all is entertaining. I didn't know what to expect from this movie but gave it a chance cause I just enjoy watching a good movie. This one was pretty good.
I love war movies and I love war movies based on fact even more so. The characters in this movie were fleshed out as to give us a primary protagonist and a primary antagonist, and to ensure a great showdown between the two. And I loved it!The suspense starts right in the beginning the moment Hak-soo Jang assumes Park's identity and he infiltrates the enemies territory. There was a constant tense atmosphere between the characters and the fear of Jang being exposed. When their mission is compromised, all hell breaks loose - and its awesome! The action and suspense never ceases and <more>
intensifies as the film progresses. This is not simply an action-packed war film, though, as it has a lot of depth and emotion. We also get to know and love the characters and really root for them.The action sequences are amazing and the visuals are stunning - especially the battle scenes. This is jaw-dropping nail-biting suspense. The music was also very effective. Brace yourself, though, this is a rather emotional film.