Operation Chromite

Operation Chromite

Operation Chromite

A U.S. General (Liam Neeson) must coordinate South Korean soldiers in a covert operation to infiltrate Incheon in this war drama based on true events.

During the Battle of Incheon during the Korean War, Commander in Chief of the United Nations Forces Douglas MacArthur (Neeson) commands UN and South Korean forces in a high risk covert intelligence gathering operation in North Korea.

2016Rating: R16, Violence and offensive language115 minsSouth Korea
ActionDramaWarHistoricalWorld Cinema
Director:
John H. Lee ('A Moment to Remember', '71: Into the Fire', 'Sayonara Itsuka')
Writer:
Man-Hee LeeJohn H. Lee
Cast:
Lee Jung-JaeLee Beom-SooLiam NeesonJin Se-YeonJung Joon-HoPark Chul-MinJon Gries
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Reviews & comments

Village Voice

Village Voice

press

South Korean reverence for MacArthur and the U.S. military is evident here in the same way that "Our Warmest Congratulations on Your Graduation" is evident in a Hallmark card.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

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The actual Operation Chromite was a surprise. In the movie version, you can hear everything coming from miles away.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The wooden dialogue gives Liam Neeson little to do beyond bite on his corncob pipe and berate subordinates who dare question him.

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Seattle Times

Seattle Times

press

Exciting if occasionally awkward...

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Undoubtedly, it’s Neeson who appears to have difficulties embracing his role, coming across as wooden.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Substantive character development rarely advances much beyond the principal performers and frequent digressions into political proselytizing don't do much to enhance the action.

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Village Voice

Village Voice

press

South Korean reverence for MacArthur and the U.S. military is evident here in the same way that "Our Warmest Congratulations on Your Graduation" is evident in a Hallmark card.

0
The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

The actual Operation Chromite was a surprise. In the movie version, you can hear everything coming from miles away.

0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The wooden dialogue gives Liam Neeson little to do beyond bite on his corncob pipe and berate subordinates who dare question him.

0
Seattle Times

Seattle Times

press

Exciting if occasionally awkward...

0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Undoubtedly, it’s Neeson who appears to have difficulties embracing his role, coming across as wooden.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Substantive character development rarely advances much beyond the principal performers and frequent digressions into political proselytizing don't do much to enhance the action.

0

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