The Tower

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"Tower Sky. 108 Stories. Survive at any cost."
  • NR
  • 2011
  • 2 hr 1 min
  • 6.5  (6,571)

The Tower is a 2012 action-thriller movie directed by Kim Ji-hoon and stars Kim Sang-kyung, Sol Kyung-gu, and Son Ye-jin. The movie is set during the Christmas season in Seoul and tells the story of a catastrophic fire that breaks out in a luxurious, state-of-the-art high-rise building called Tower Sky. The Tower is the tallest building in Korea and houses a shopping mall, a hotel, and luxury apartments.

The movie starts with the introduction of Lee Dae-ho (played by Kim Sang-kyung), a single father and the chief of security at Tower Sky. On Christmas Eve, the building is hosting a party that brings together a diverse cast of characters, including the building owner, CEO Mr. Jo (played by Cha In-pyo); his former wife, Yoon-hee (played by Son Ye-jin); their daughter, Ha-na (played by Jo Min-ah); and many more.

As the party is in full swing, the unthinkable happens: a massive fire breaks out in the building. The fire quickly spreads, and panic ensues as people try to find a way out. Dae-ho and his team of security guards try to evacuate everyone from the building, but the massive blaze makes it impossible. Many are trapped on the upper floors of the building, with no way to escape.

The firefighters, led by Kang Young-ki (played by Sol Kyung-gu), race to the scene, but the chaotic conditions and the scale of the fire make it difficult for them to gain control of the situation. Moreover, the cold weather and freezing rain make the conditions even worse. Eventually, they realize that they can't put out the fire and must focus on rescuing the trapped occupants.

The movie is a gripping and intense portrayal of human nature in crisis. People trapped in the building are forced to confront their fears and their shortcomings, and their actions and reactions to the unfolding events have dire consequences. Meanwhile, the outside world is gripped by the unfolding drama, with people glued to the news and monitoring the rescue operations.

As the hours pass, the situation becomes more desperate, and the rescuers are forced to take increasingly risky and daring actions to save lives. The drama builds as the audience is kept on the edge of their seats, wondering who will survive, who will perish, and how the crisis will be resolved.

The Tower is a well-crafted movie that delivers thrills, heart-pounding action, and a touching human story. The cast delivers excellent performances, and the special effects are top-notch. The movie is a must-see for fans of disaster movies, and it will keep audiences on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

In conclusion, The Tower is a must-watch movie for fans of action-thrillers and disaster movies. The movie boasts captivating performances from the cast, stunning special effects, and a nail-biting storyline that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats. The Tower is a shining example of Korean cinema at its best, and it will remain with audiences long after they leave the theater.

The Tower is a 2011 action movie with a runtime of 2 hours and 1 minute. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

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    6.5  (6,571)