그들이 움직이면 ‘얼음’이 사라진다!
한양 최고의 돈줄 ‘수균(성동일)’을 물주로 잡고, 도굴 전문가 ‘석창(고창석)’, 폭탄 제조 전문가 ‘대현(신정근)’, 변장술의 달인 ‘재준(송종호)’, 총알배송 마차꾼 ‘철주(김길동)’ 등 각 분야 전문가들을 불러모은 덕무와 동수. 여기에 동수의 여동생인 잠수전문가 ‘수련(민효린)’과 아이디어 뱅크 ‘정군(천보근)’, 유언비어의 원조 ‘난이(김향기)’까지 조선 최고의 ‘꾼’들이 모두 한자리에 모이게 되고, 3만정의 얼음을 훔치기 위한 본격 작전에 나서기 시작한다!
“우리는 돈, 금, 얼음을 가지고 바람과 함께 사라지는 겁니다!”
I recently reviewed a movie loaded with
star-power titled "The Thieves."
And I was reluctant to give it a thumbs up.
Here comes another movie, as its title suggests is a possible
reflection of Ocean's Eleven.
Before we jump the gun, need I remind you
that the Ocean's Eleven you know and love
is also a remake of a classic film starring Frank Sinatra?
As the eccentric but gifted artist Salvatore Dali
once suggested, nothing is original.
Especially in the 21st century, something new is bound
to remind you of something from the past.
But then, it's not what you emulate or imitate
to start your creative process,
it's how you mold your own
product using that original piece.
That's how I'd rate this latest caper comedy titled
"The Grand Heist"
It is not ashamed to admit it pays homage to
Ocean's Eleven in some sense.
The director created a very Korean movie
while squeezing in scenes that any movie buff will
know is a tribute to one of the greatest caper movies ever made.
Directed by Kim Joo-ho, this movie once again
validates Cha Tae-hyeon's brilliance in comedic yet touching movies.
If you don't know how talented this guy is,
here's a little song from an album he released in early 2000,
I love you.