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Friday, November 20, 2020

Song Joong Ki's blockbuster movie 'Victory' to be released on Netflix

Article: 24 billion won mega project 'Victory' headed to Netflix... first for a Korean blockbuster

Source: Han via Naver

1. [+672, -49] The title is 'Seungriho' so I assumed it was a docu-movie about Burning Sun and Seungri

2. [+415, -66] I have a feeling it'll flop

3. [+330, -23] This is feeling like 'Sector 7'

4. [+146, -61] I wouldn't really call Song Joong Ki a top star

5. [+54, -1] Isn't the plot line just obvious from looking at it? A few comedy scenes in the beginning fighting over the robot, then some tearful scenes when we find out the robot actually wants to save our contaminated earth, so they all band together to gather all the trash to send into space but something mechanical goes wrong that puts them all at the risk of death until the robot sacrifices itself to help the earth get clean again and the movie ends with the leads looking up at a clear blue sky

6. [+48, -3] I'll be skipping this solely on the fact that it's directed by the director of 'A Werewolf Boy'

7. [+67, -26] Ah, not that into Song Joong Ki

8. [+87, -52] Song Joong Ki's on a serious flop decline since his divorce

9. [+41, -14] I get that Song Joong Ki's feeling rushed after his divorce;; but he's picking flop projects that he's better off not doing at all... At least if he ended his career with 'Descendants of the Sun', we'd have an illusion to live off of... He should've learned from Song Hye Gyo to just take a break when needed.

10. [+38, -13] Flopping hard since his divroce

11. [+29, -7] It's so obvious this is going to flop... such an obvious plot, too... and Song Joong Ki to top it all off ㅋㅋ

12. [+25, -3] The movie's such a flop that it seems like they're releasing on Netflix to at least recoup some of the costs



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