The Battle: Roar to Victory


Action / Drama / History / War

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 387


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1.21 GB
Korean 2.0
23.976 fps
135 min
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2.48 GB
Korean 2.0
23.976 fps
135 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by s3276169 9 / 10 / 10

What price freedom?

What price freedom? Its an individual as much as a collective question. That's the context "The Battle: Roar to Victory" resides within. This is an unambiguously patriotic film but its clearly defined reason to be, put it head and shoulders, above films that talk about patriotism but fail to explain its purpose. In this instance, its the Japanese Empires imperial ambitions. Invading Korea and as this film shows, brutally subjugating its people. An historically accurate representation of, at times, harsh policies, that continued into WWII where often forced Korean recruits, were used, essentially, as canon fodder. This film is, unsurprisingly, not an easy watch. Its visceral at times and that bloodiness extends to civilians, as well as those who have taken up arms. What it does demonstrate emphatically, is why these people fight and what they are fighting for. Of course, what is asked, is how much are they as individuals and a group, willing to sacrifice? Military action is non stop, frenetic, brutal, interspersed with moments of deeply felt emotion and courage. Cinematic's are remarkable, bringing the battle scenes, that define this film, to life. I found it at times a mesmerising watch that drew me in and held me till the closing credits. Another film for South Korea to be proud of. 9/10 from me.

Reviewed by mailtaskservice 4 / 10 / 10

South Korean propaganda

Its shameful that this movie showed the propaganda of Korean trying to shame and revenge on Japanese. It showed this director, producers, writers and others involved are unable to forget and too stubborn telling everyone that Korean are more superior to others. The start showed a good shock and as you watch, they showed too much Rambo going Superman. This is too exaggerated made and if this person is so good, the Korean had already conquered the world. I will not believe most of the parts because it seemed they created the story emphasizing Japanese are shameful while the Korean are Angels. The conclusion was also illogical and ended badly. Its an below average movie among the Koreans.

Reviewed by mstr_bateman 4 / 10 / 10

Just ridiculous

I know this is a Korean movie, so it is to be expected that the Japanese will not exactly be the good guys. And that would be perfectly okay. But the level of evilness and sadism with which they are portrayed is so extremely exaggerated, it's comical. You can see them laughing like cartoon villains while committing the most heinous atrocities you can imagine. All characters actually are very cartoonish, the entire film doesn't really seem to know what it wants to be. At times it feels like an action movie that doesn't take itself too seriously, in the next scene it's a serious war movie again. It's a mess.

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