Finally I got a chance to watch “The Thieves” (“Dodookdeul”), and the wait was well worth it. This movie was fantastic in every aspect. This page has the thieves 2012, Dodookdeul 2012, watch online, the thieves 2012 free download, full movie hd.
The story is about a group of Korean and Hong Kong thieves who come together for a mutual heist to steal a very expensive diamond. But things take a turn for the worse and the heist doesn’t go as planned. Alliances are forged and broken, and the game of deception runs high, and just what is honor amongst thieves truly worth? Also Filmxy has The Thieves (2012) Online Full Movie, The Thieves (2012) or Dodookdeul (2012) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Yoon-seok Kim, Jung-jae Lee, Hye-su Kim.
I will say that the storyline was compelling and interesting. Sure it could be compared to “Oceans Eleven” and with elements of “Mission Impossible” in it, but it would be a shame to do so, because “The Thieves” is unique in its own right. The story was not predictable and just as you thought you had figured out what was next, the movie took an unforeseen turn and totally throws off the audience. This is the part that I really like about the storyline, it was kept fresh and constantly on the toes.
Director Dong-Hoon Choi have managed to put together a great movie that is entertaining, exciting and thrilling. And what really helps the movie along nicely are the people on the cast list. Wow! They really have some of the great talents from both the Korean and Hong Kong cinema alike. Gianna Jun, Simon Yam and Jung-Jae Lee really go all the way here and carry the movie so nicely. “The Thieves” is a definite ‘must’ watch movie of you enjoy Asian cinema, regardless of your preference to Korean or Hong Kong cinema.
The Asian cinema that has most impressed me is usually of the horror genre, but this one actually stood out as a regular action flick. You will see a distinct similarity to the Ocean’s serial, but it competently makes its own mark with multiple subplots that work as well as an almost dizzying amount of twist and turns. The humor translates better than almost any other Asian film I’ve seen, which is probable because my copy was subtitles only, there was no English dubbing available. Even with the extended run-time, the pace is quick and crisp, with no plodding moments or stalls. It keeps moving all the way to the credits, a great popcorn movie.