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||IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 from votes
||Release: 15 August 2012 (South Korea) /
||Genre: Action, Drama, Romance
||Director: Sang-hoon Ahn,
||Stars: Bong-gi Baek, Ha-na Lee, Joe Thomas, Jong-Suk Lee, Joon-sang Yoo, Kevin Delaney, Kyeong-hoon Jeong, Rain, Se-Kyung Shin, Seok-won Jeong, Seong-su Kim, Soo-ho Ha
||Synopsis: After he performs a dangerous dare-devil stunt at an air show, South Korean Air Force pilot Tae-hun is kicked out of the elite Black Eagles flying team and transferred to a combat unit where he immediately comes into conflict with ace pilot Cheol-hui. He makes friends with the other pilots in the unit and falls in love with the beautiful Se-young, who is in charge of maintenance. When a North Korean MIG fighter threatens, the group engages in a gripping dogfight that leaves one comrade dead and another missing. Cheol-hui and Tae-hun join forces to rescue their missing friend and prevent a catastrophic war. Written by isilvalie
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While Top Gun 2 never made it off the ground, given the passing of Tony
Scott, and more importantly, the lack of a credible rogue nation/enemy
(even Top Gun had the pilots battle unidentified enemy bogeys that had
generic communist markings on the MiGs), the clear and present danger
that South Korea faces in the threats from the North, gives it the
bandwidth to craft a scenario that's fully plausible, with the film
industry taking certain liberties with the maneuverability of the
planes they feature, but hey, it's movie making, so a little fantasy to
spice up some aerial dogfights is more than expected for
For fans hungry for air combat scenes, this film featured plenty of
stunts, effects, and battles that really made Top Gun look very dated,
especially in its adoption of more fanciful camera work that seemed to
fluidly move around the aircraft when it's in rapid motion in the air.
Views are offered in and around the cockpit bubble, sometimes slowed
down for somewhat comical staring of daggers between opponents. There's
the usual dogfights between planes - having the F-15 do battle against
its arch-rival the MiG-29 - is pure delight for any combat aviation
fan, and if my eyes didn't play tricks on me, look out for the MiG's
fabled cobra maneuver - I'd almost jump out of my seat with disbelief
and glee when that happened.
Soar into the Sun has a whole host of arsenal deployed and missions to
fulfill, such as air-to- air, surface-to-air, air-to-surface missiles,
anti-aircraft guns, and missions from routine patrols, infiltration,
and search and rescue all making it one holistic look at the workings
of an air force. And what's more, not only do fighter pilots get in on
the action, but attention being paid to the ground technical crew who
keep the planes in tip top condition in between sorties, as well as
ground commandos in extraction missions using their fixed wing
aircraft, trained to rescue pilots who are downed behind enemy lines -
and yes, this is yet another subplot that managed to find its way into
the narrative, based on the John Moore film in 2001 starring Gene
Hackman and Owen Wilson in his rare outing as an action hero.
Rain completed this film before heading toward his obligatory national
service, and here he plays hotshot (what else?) pilot Jung Tae-Hoon,
who's the youngest in the acrobatic Black Eagles team, flying the
FA-50/T50 Golden Eagle (flown by Indonesia and South Korea's air force
only), which is a trainer and multi-role fighter. But his decision to
spice up a routine air show wasn't appreciated, and he also becomes the
fastest to get sacked from the acrobatic team, being redeployed to an
operationally ready squadron because its commanding officer believes
that his talent with an aircraft shouldn't be gone to waste.
What is probably unheard of if this is done by Hollywood, is to admit
that the main protagonist isn't the perfect all rounder he is. It's
established early on that Tae-Hoon is the specialist in low flying, so
he isn't quite cut out, as scenes would prove, that he's dogfight
material. so this means Rain having to step aside and share the
limelight with Yu Jun-Sang as Major Lee, who is their squadron's ace.
And although the F-15K variant here is obviously the aircraft of choice
and the superior fighter in the film, it's a nod toward Korean pride to
have its lead fly the FA-50/T-50 Golden Eagle for his final, all
important mission that delivered the payload.
The money shot is of course what you've caught a glimpse of in the
trailer, where two F-15s are hot on the heels of a MiG-29, or at times,
vice versa, as they storm through the skyscape of Seoul. The stunt and
visual effects team did a great job to create that urban battle
scenario, and yes I'm raving about that cobra maneuver again. Aerial
combats in the film are sleekly choreographed, and the brownie points
come in watching this in a theatre with optimal sound, because you'll
be able to hear the roar of the planes' afterburners when they kick in.
So I guess it's enough on the hardware and the technical aspects of
Soar into the Sun, so what about the storyline? It's perfunctory to say
the least, with balance achieved in providing the myriad of characters
their particular idiosyncrasies and one note role in the narrative.
There's the token love interest for Tae-Hoon in Sergeant Se-Young (Shin
Se-Kyung), the prettiest and most competent technical ground crew
around, her boss and comic relief played by Oh Dal- Su, fellow co-pilot
Yoo-Jin (Lee Ha-Na), and the rookie (Lee Jong-Suk) whom I do not know
how he'd pass the pilot qualifying tests for his frequent fainting
spells when subjected to high G-forces.
Soar into the Sun, also known as R2B: Return to Base, is pure
entertainment, where the story didn't really do much, with odd
screwball comedy thrown around, it does provide one heck of an
adrenaline ride. Rain fans will celebrate at an obligatory scene where
their idol appears topless, but the real stars of the film, are the
military hardware on display. And this scores from every angle you're
seeing this film from. So I'd give it a biased definite recommendation!
Tags for Al-too-bi: Riteon too beiseu Full Movie
, Ha-na Lee
, Joe Thomas
, Jong-Suk Lee
, Joon-sang Yoo
, Kevin Delaney
, Kyeong-hoon Jeong
, Se-Kyung Shin
, Seok-won Jeong
, Seong-su Kim
, Soo-ho Ha
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