Tube (2004)

Still haunted by the untimely death of his lover during an assignment gone horribly awry, police officer Jay (Kim Seok-hun) now spends his days as a detached subway cop who has seemingly lost his soul. Pickpocket Kay (Bae Du-na) has become… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 2004
DVD Release Date: April 20, 2004
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Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

What's unfolding for the most part is fun and exciting, but unfortunately it isn't always fully clear.

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Jon Strickland
L.A. Weekly

Some critics are touting Korea as the new Hong Kong, but Baek never gets out from under his H.K. precedents.

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Wade Major
Boxoffice Magazine

A nonstop, edge-of-your-seat, 80-minute thrill ride.

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Lee ?
Korean hostage thriller that tries to mimic the big budget blockbusters from Hollywood like Speed, Die Hard and Under Siege. It's a pretty fair attempt and… More
Steven Vincent Gee
Cool Asian action movie in the city's subway, but ends up being an action-packed rip-off. Kim Seok-hun is a great action hero as well.
JY Skacto
Baek Woon-hak delivers <i>Tube</i>, which is Korea's answer to <i>Under Siege 2: Dark Territory</i>. This is not a remake. It is… More
Anthony Valletta
Sounds like a rip off of "Speed", but actually is better.
Dean McKenna
Cool Asian action film in the city's subway and Seok-Hoon Kim is a great action hero as well as the new South Korean Chow Yun-Fat.