Lee Kwang Soo, Jung Hae Kyun, Son Soo Hyun, Kwak Dong Yeon, Jo Yoon Woo
Movie rating: 8/10 Neck score: A++
I can't even handle how much I loved Lee Kwang Soo in this. I hate sports movies, but I love Kwang Soo, so I watched it. He is so amazing. We have all seen him do mostly comedy, which he is brilliant at, so it's always so great to see him pull of serious so amazingly well. This was basically, in a nutshell: a loan shark lives for a season (like, the hockey season). Loan shark thug Kwang Soo beats up peeps. Almost kills someone. Has to be less violent when getting money back for his boss. Ends up joining a hockey team so they can win, so he can get the money. Evil dude tries to get rid of team. He finds team spirits, etc. It was basically the plot of every sports movie, but it was also about how sucky life is. He became a loan shark thug because his wife put him in debt. He kind of turned off his emotions, etc., to survive. The other team players also have their own problems. The end, like most Korean movies, is really open ended and non-conclusive about that part of the stuff. The life sucks stuff. But it also still has the miraculous sports movie ending, so it really made me like it better than most. Plus, Kwang Soo is amazing. There was one scene in particular that his neck was so sexy (in that red letterman jacket) that I couldn't handle it (fans self). Whew! So, it was way better than most sports movies. It made me cry, but that might just have been because Kwang Soo. But, yes, it was good.