Wednesday, 13 March 2013

[Movie Review] Confession of Murder

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Main Casts: Jung Jae-young, Park Si-hoo

A serial killer who became a celebrity and a detective whose hands are tied

15 years ago, an infamous serial killing case that left 10 women dead shook the nation. Now its statute of limitations is about to expire, and a member of the victim family throws himself off a building in front of the detective Choi who is the primary detective on the case.

2 years later, a man named Lee Du-seok publishes a book titled “Confession of Murder”, claiming his responsibility for the murders that took place 17 years ago. His book becomes a huge success, making him an instant celebrity thanks to his beautiful fa├žade and innately danger that’s associated with his presence. Choi can only watch from the sidelines as his hands are tied, because Lee has been pardoned legally.

The law forgave him, but even after the expiration of statute of limitations, the case is not yet over!


Confession of Murder begins with an intensifying start that gets the audience hooked up right from the first minute. The storyline is well thought out and planned. It has a very interesting plot that has gotten me engaged from the beginning till the ending.


Bits and pieces of humor were injected here and there. There were a few really funny and unforgettable scenes where I was laughing so hard that I almost teared because it was really that hilarious! The audiences cracked up a couple of times throughout the movie too.

Even though it is an action-packed movie filled with violent scenes, the soft humor made it easier to watch by lightening up the mood.

There's a twist of events somewhere along the movie and it keeps the viewer in suspense. At the end of the movie, you can see the puzzle all pieced up. I am not going to mention the details because they would be potential spoilers. You've got to watch it yourself to find out!

Here's a picture I found for you all to eye candy at!
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Park Si Hoo, one of the main leads in the movie.

Overall, I'd rate this movie above average and I am sure it will not be a waste of 2 hours of your life watching this!

Confession of Murder opens on 14th March (tomorrow) at Golden Village cinemas.

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