'Jung_E' maintains #1 on Netflix's movie chart since release

Article: Kang Soo Yeon's posthumous movie 'Jung_E' is #1 for the third day in a row

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1. [+417, -50] While I'm proud that it's still #1, I'll admit that it wasn't good

2. [+234, -90] Did anyone actually watch 'Jung_E' before writing these fluff pieces? Because there was barely any acting for Kang Soo Yeon to do, and something about Kim Hyun Joo's acting didn't match her role... poor character writing with the director and chairman... Felt like such a waste of a great cast and all the investments. A waste of my time. The two leads have always been known for great acting skills but they didn't get to shine here.

3. [+220, -82] I watched 'Jung_E' and enjoyed it ㅎㅎㅎ I can see why it's #1 ㅎㅎㅎ

4. [+158, -20] Really sorry to say this about someone who's passed but her face was unfortunately too unnatural looking to watch. Half her face couldn't move, which made her look expression-less. Kim Hyun Joo also didn't match the image of a strong warrior. All of the supporting characters felt so light and meaningless. The whole backstory about how the mother became a mercenary to pay for her kid's surgery was such a forced way of making us feel bad for her... Overall, just a waste of CG skills.

5. [+82, -7] Honestly, it wasn't good. I only clicked it because there was nothing better to watch. Sorry.

6. [+60, -0] The CG was amazing, so much so that it surprised me. I hope that our country continues to develop upon those skills and keep making advancements. You can really tell how much of an influence K-Pop has brought to all of our other industries and the advancements we've made in turn... Though this movie wasn't up to my standards, I'll keep supporting the people who continue to make these advancements for us.

7. [+49, -8] Really impressed by the SF quality of our country these days, it was well made

8. [+50, -12] This movie was produced with 20 billion won. To all of you keyboard critics, you're comparing a 20 billion won piece of work to Hollywood SF movies with over 200 billion won investments. Yeon Sang Ho tried to differentiate himself from those works by adding a drama niche to the usually action-centric SF movies out there. As much as you all like to complain, the movie's still getting praise within its market. It's not like 'Avatar' has some super complex plot going on.. and that also has investments in the hundreds of billions. You all are pathetic and are only willing to praise American-produced works ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

9. [+33, -1] Surely all of the actors were 'robots' in this movie?? Because they were all so awkward, you can't tell me they were actual human beings acting those scenes out??

10. [+31, -1] Kim Hyun Joo's action acting was poor, as was Kang Soo Yeon's acting in general. No matter how legendary you are as an actor, there's not much you can do with a script written like we're still stuck in the '90s.