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Taekwondo 2016 123movies

Taekwondo 2016 123movies

Aug. 18, 2016105 Min.
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Watch: Taekwondo 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – A man invites another guy he trains with to spend some time in his country house among other male friends..
Plot: Fernando is on holiday with his closest male friends in a beautiful country house in a suburb of Buenos Aries. On their own without their girlfriends in a “men only” environment, the hunky young studs bask in the hot sun, play in the pool, smoke pot, and drink, most often semi-clad or naked. In this freewheeling and testosterone-infused environment, they talk of their desires and strengthen their individual bonds.
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6.5/10 Votes: 2,889
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N/A Votes: 60 Popularity: 7.784 | TMDB

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The fundamental problem with this movie is that it too accurately recreates the scenario of a group of friends on holiday. Nothing much happens and you’re forced to listen to lots of gossip that you couldn’t care less about.
Review By: tmdb15214618

Boy, talk about a slow burn! This is a gorgeous to look at film about a group of good looking straight (?) young men who get together for a weekend and spend much of it naked and stoned discussing their previous or next sexual conquests. Thereafter, it isn’t really about anything – or did I miss something? We get a sense from early on that Gabriel Epstein “Germán” has the hots for his taekwondo buddy Lucas Papa (“Fer”) but the meandering way in which this story progresses makes for a terribly ponderous route to courtship. It isn’t that it needs to be end to end sex, it’s that it ought to be end to end something! Basically, nothing happens….
Review By: CinemaSerf
Much conversation; not much clothing
In 2013 Marco Berger wrote and directed ‘Hawaii’, a film whose central premise was a will-they-won’t-they relationship between two young men whiling away the summer in a nice house. Two years later Martín Farina made ‘Fulboy’, a documentary about a football team that was characterised by random conversations and far too many extreme close-ups of various body parts that made it difficult to know who was talking at any one time. So what is the result when Berger and Farina make a film together?

Hosting a group of male friends at his family’s nice house for a summer break, Fernando also invites Germán, a team-mate from his taekwondo class. While the rest of the gang – usually clad only in shorts and occasionally in nothing at all – engage in random conversation, Germán wonders if Fernando is going to come on to him. But is Fernando homosexual anyway?

There are definite flaws in this film: co-director Farina’s love of the body-part close-up is well in evidence, although thankfully slightly tempered since ‘Fulboy’ – most times the viewer eventually finds out who is talking! There are also times when closer attention to continuity would have been welcome: the girlfriend of one of the men suddenly disappears without explanation, and the appearance of a pet dog toward the end of the film is similarly unexplained – where was he before – locked in the shed?

I also felt the film dragged slightly in its last third, although it is hard to know how it could have been shortened: with something always happening on-screen – albeit in an extremely relaxed fashion – obvious padding is kept to a minimum. The actors are all convincing in their delivery of the mostly inconsequential, occasionally offensive, conversations: not obviously ad libbing but also not declaiming as if they were in Shakespeare. And – crucially for this film – they all appear content with the paucity of their wardrobes and pleasing casual nudity. So, despite the film’s weak spots, I’d happily watch it again.

Review By: euroGary
Much conversation; not much clothing
In 2013 Marco Berger wrote and directed ‘Hawaii’, a film whose central premise was a will-they-won’t-they relationship between two young men whiling away the summer in a nice house. Two years later Martín Farina made ‘Fulboy’, a documentary about a football team that was characterised by random conversations and far too many extreme close-ups of various body parts that made it difficult to know who was talking at any one time. So what is the result when Berger and Farina make a film together?

Hosting a group of male friends at his family’s nice house for a summer break, Fernando also invites Germán, a team-mate from his taekwondo class. While the rest of the gang – usually clad only in shorts and occasionally in nothing at all – engage in random conversation, Germán wonders if Fernando is going to come on to him. But is Fernando homosexual anyway?

There are definite flaws in this film: co-director Farina’s love of the body-part close-up is well in evidence, although thankfully slightly tempered since ‘Fulboy’ – most times the viewer eventually finds out who is talking! There are also times when closer attention to continuity would have been welcome: the girlfriend of one of the men suddenly disappears without explanation, and the appearance of a pet dog toward the end of the film is similarly unexplained – where was he before – locked in the shed?

I also felt the film dragged slightly in its last third, although it is hard to know how it could have been shortened: with something always happening on-screen – albeit in an extremely relaxed fashion – obvious padding is kept to a minimum. The actors are all convincing in their delivery of the mostly inconsequential, occasionally offensive, conversations: not obviously ad libbing but also not declaiming as if they were in Shakespeare. And – crucially for this film – they all appear content with the paucity of their wardrobes and pleasing casual nudity. So, despite the film’s weak spots, I’d happily watch it again.

Review By: euroGary

Other Information:

Original Title Taekwondo
Release Date 2016-08-18
Release Year 2016

Original Language es
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Unrated
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Marco Berger, Martín Farina
Writer Marco Berger
Actors Gabriel Epstein, Lucas Papa, Nicolás Barsoff
Country N/A
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Taekwondo 2016 123movies
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Taekwondo 2016 123movies
Taekwondo 2016 123movies
Taekwondo 2016 123movies
Original title Taekwondo
TMDb Rating 6.958 60 votes

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