The Fangirls’ Movie Review: Extreme Job

Looking for something light and fluffy to watch in between all the October suspense? Come find out if the fluffy crime movie Extreme Job is the fit for you!



A drug team attempts to take down a criminal organization and they must go undercover to do so. The detectives begin work as employees at a chicken restaurant, but the chicken restaurant becomes famous for its delicious chicken. Due to the restaurant’s unexpected popularity, the detectives find themselves in a situation they never expected.


This movie was such a breath of fresh air. Not that I don’t love a tightly written crime movie but sometimes I just want to laugh out loud. And the plot of Extreme Job is absolutely the perfect for that moment you want to laugh. The whole cops turning into resturuant owners to make a sting is just so over the top that you can’t help but be amused.


I wouldn’t say that I was blown away by any new type of directing style. It was basic comedy movie level cinematography.


This performance is completely an ensemble job. I couldn’t say that any of the actors is focused on more than the other. They all come together to create the perfect comedic combo to make crime fighting funny.


I had a really rough week and this was just what I was looking for to escape my problems. I laughed through the whole thing and had a great time. That said, if you are actually looking for something which has a serious undertones then this is not the movie for you. It is crime light and is 100% light and fluffy. I give it a 8/10 for making me laugh and would highly recommend.

Til our next movie adventure,


Dramas with a Side of Kimchi

2 thoughts on “The Fangirls’ Movie Review: Extreme Job

  1. Hey kmuse! Did you watch it in a cinema or is it available online anywhere. Jbtw fun fact w(which I’m sure you mught know since Be Melo was mentioned on the site), the PD is Lee byeong heon, the PD and writer of Be Melo. So I’m pretty sure this movies will be zippy and witty.

    • I actually rented it on Amazon prime movies. You can digitally rent or buy the movie. Would have loved a dvd but i havn’t found that option yet.

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