YMMV: D-War

  • Angst? What Angst?:
    • Apparently the destruction of Los Angeles doesn't matter if you're the reincarnation of a Korean warrior.
    • The FBI agent who had no trouble whatsoever about shooting his partner to save some random girl.
  • Cliché Storm: Just watch the beach scene with Ethan and Sarah. They are not conversing so much as spouting random romance cliches at each other before kissing.
  • Crowning Moment of Awesome:
    • The battle scenes with Buraki's dinosaur-riding army and the modern army.
    • The final climactic battle between Buraki and the good Imugi, who transforms into a celestial dragon to unload whoopass.
  • Crowning Moment of Funny: The old lady intentionally walking into the wall after seeing Buraki's right hand man passing through it.
    • Buraki's all-powerful right hand man getting run over by a car. Twice.
    • The faces on the three army guys when the dragon comes at them out of the cave.
    • When everyone walks down the hallways of that building in a Power Walk and someone comes out of their office already holding a loaded shotgun.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: The version of Arirang, the famous Korean folk song, that plays over the end credits.
  • Designated Hero: Go on, try to count how many times did the good guys try to actually help people instead of running away while letting them perish.
  • Idiot Plot: "Don't take the stairs, take the elevator!"
  • Just Here for Godzilla: The movie works far better if you go into it for the fights, monsters and explosions - of which there are only 30 minutes.
  • Narm: The movie.
    • Whenever a mook in the Atrox Army dies. They make this really squeaky "Oweeooh!" noise as they fall over.
  • Sequel Gap: A sequel has been recently announced, set for release in 2016 (9 years after the first film's).
  • So Bad, It's Good: Lots of convoluted Korean mythology, plot holes as far as the eye can see. It's unintentionally hilarious.
    • As the Rifftrax points out, two people ask "What are you talking about?" in regards to the plot within the span of ten minutes. That's not a good sign...
  • Strangled by the Red String: Hell, they might as well be telling the other that they "hate the sand" or "love the water", parallels can certainly be drawn between the two couples.
  • Visual Effects of Awesome: The biggest difference between this movie and Plan 9 from Outer Space is that it has awesome CGI.