Gangster High is a brutal violence gangster movie from a director who usually does horror films like Whispering Corridors. Pretty much, its a bad attempt at high school delinquent movies. Tries so hard to make them seem cool and it’s ridiculous to say that anyone would be stupid enough to live the way the people in this movie live. This guy should stick to horror films, as these kind of films aren’t his strong suite. The story, which is told in flashbacks, tell the story of Sang-ho and his friends Jae-gu and Chang-bae who create a boys soccer club called “Tigers”.
No long after, the new group has caught the attention of a rival gang from East end High. Sounds cliché, doesn’t it? At first look, the film does look like typical teen flick. But really it is bloody and extremely violent, especially the finale. Baseball bats, pipes, axes and knives all get used in the fight sequences with a very realistic touch. Really, this is all the film has going for it, so if you like broken bones and violence, this should be up your alley. Gangster High is more about the choices we make and the consequences when we make the wrong one.
In one vicious instance, one of the students has his leg broken in a manner that will make even the toughest audiences cringe. If you couldn’t tell, I really like the violence (see the attached youtube video for an example). It’s fair to say that Gangster High is not a particularly plot-driven film, and there are some issues within its narrative which keep me sitting it on such a lofty pedestal. Still, I thoroughly enjoyed Gangster High for its unapologetic view of unfortunate series of tragic circumstances.
The director subtly examines the psyche of teen violence, and I think on this aspect, the film truly shines. To its credit, it doesn’t give an accusing eye at the protagonists nor give judgment for their actions. It allows us to decide for ourselves. For the most part, the film takes a while to really grab the viewer, with the attention being divided between the various characters, but in the end this film gets a passing grade because it does an okay job getting us to the final scenes entertained. Nothing special here, but fans of action and over the top violence could benefit from tracking this film down.
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