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(1715) 6.1 129 min 2019

Saja is a movie starring Seo-joon Park, Sung-Ki Ahn, and Do-Hwan Woo. An MMA fighter helps an exorcist fight evil.

Eun-hyung Jo, Do-Hwan Woo, Sung-Ki Ahn, Seo-joon Park
Horror, Thriller, Action
Joo-hwan Kim

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Thriller, Action
Director Joo-hwan Kim
Writer Joo-hwan Kim
Stars Eun-hyung Jo, Do-Hwan Woo, Sung-Ki Ahn, Seo-joon Park
Country South Korea
Also Known As 使者, Qumo shizhe, Jamcou size, The Divine Fury, Bozanski bes, Yincao shizhe, A Fúria Divina, Emissary
Runtime 2H 9M
Description After losing his father at a young age in a terrible accident, Yong-hu (Park) abandons his Christian faith and chooses to only believe in himself. Now as an adult, Yong-hu is a champion fighter and has everything he has ever wanted, that is until mysterious wounds appear in the palms of his hands. He solicits help from a local priest Father Ahn (Ahn), hoping the priest can help relieve him of the painful markings only to find himself in the middle of a dangerous fight against otherworldly evil forces seeking to wreak havoc on the human world.

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Wednesday, 04 Nov 2020 07:22

Sajjan (R.V.Dhansika) is a young widow who lives in a rundown slum and works as a nanny to a well-to-do family. Her only friend is a rag-tag group of survivors who are living with her and other survivors in an underground shelter. She has a close relationship with her son (K.A. Shahid), who is a violent criminal who raped her and her daughter. But as the days pass, she becomes more and more helpless. She and her son meet a couple who call themselves "the Generals" (G.V.Bajpai & S.P.P.Nil). Their leader (K.A. Shahid) is a devout Muslim who works for a group of fundamentalist Hindus. The Generals are known to be ruthless and are willing to kill for the right price. Sajjan finds out that she is pregnant and realizes that she must take the baby to the hospital. But the General tells her that she will be killed if she does. The couple, known as "the Leagues" (H.D.Prakash & S.G.Gadge) are determined to keep Sajjan's baby and are willing to kill anyone who attempts to save her. Sajjan and her son decide to flee to a nearby town, but she has no money and must rely on a fellow survivor (M.G.Bharani) for help. Meanwhile, the Generals are after the Leagues and their leader (G.V.Bajpai). The Generals are a motley crew who are determined to kill anyone who tries to rescue Sajjan. Sajjan has no idea why they are after her, but the Leagues offer her a reward if she will give her baby to the Leagues. If she does, the Leagues will free Sajjan from the underground shelter. Sajjan accepts the offer, but she doesn't know who the Leagues are or where they will take the baby. She must find her way out of the underground shelter and get the baby before the Generals kill her. The story is told in flashback format. The film is full of gory violence and is surprisingly well-made for a low-budget film. The acting is very good by everyone, especially the four children. The camera-work is superb and the locations are beautiful. The music is great by A.K.Prakash. The music adds atmosphere to the film. The film is very entertaining, especially the
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 01:58

The movie starts as a documentary, then it starts as a police procedural drama, and finally it reaches the climax as a film about how the members of an elite police force have been trained to fight terrorism. This is a film of two halves, the first half is the "reality" part of the movie, the second half is more of the "fiction" part of the movie. While the first half is quite interesting, the second half, even though it has its flaws, is a lot better than the first half. I also thought it was really funny when the reporter used "anaphora" to describe the scenes, such as "I feel as if my eyes are being penetrated by a hot needle." And when the reporter got attacked by the terrorist in the taxi and she pointed out the attacker's location, she did not even look in the back seat. Some of the quotes from the movie: "If you walk away from this war you will never forgive yourselves." - Mr. Jaish, "The Thin Red Line" (1962) "Let us never lose sight of the goal.never lose sight of that.that's what I know!" - Lt. Ratting, "The Big Red One" (1977) And the one I'm not so fond of: "We all know the world will end in a thousand years, or in this lifetime.I only know that tomorrow is always yesterday." - Mr. Bob, "The Thin Red Line" (1962) And finally, what I liked most about this movie: the ending. The movie ends with the words " The war is over". It shows what I believe it would mean if the war was over and the terrorists were in the end "dead" and the heroes who did their best had won their battle. But the film makers didn't show that part. And so I feel the war was not over for the people in the end, but rather for the people who are in the movie. So the message of the movie is the only positive thing I can find in this movie. And if you haven't seen it yet, you should check it out. I gave this movie a 7 out of 10. I really hope there will be more movies like this in the future.

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