Capsule Cinema: Secretly, Greatly (Jang, 2013)

Kay reviews films in 100 words or less.

Secretly, Greatly (Jang, 2013)

We all know Kim Soo-hyun as that cool, ageless alien who fell in love with a beer-and-chicken-eating Jun Ji-hyun. But before he owned that role, he played a North Korean spy deployed for an indefinite amount of time at a South Korean backwater as a sleeper agent. His cover: the village idiot. Secretly, Greatly offers a fairly entertaining mix of action, comedy, and drama. The military storyline is expectedly underdeveloped, but come on—people don’t watch this for that. They want to see Kim Soo-hyun kick some enemy ass, flex his spy muscles, and learn where his loyalties truly lie.

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2 thoughts on “Capsule Cinema: Secretly, Greatly (Jang, 2013)

    • kaygemzon June 28, 2015 / 2:47 PM

      I raise my chicken and beer to that! ✮

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