A Millionaire's First Love

A Millionaire's First Love

"A Millionaire's First Love" focuses on Kang Jae-Kyung's struggle with a clause in his grandfather's will that says he will only get his inheritance if he graduates from a high school in the country. Relocated into the mountains, he finds puppy love with a naive country girl. Can love change the spoiled urbanite and awaken his gentler side?

Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) is a tough guy, who is a high school senior,If he turns 19 years means, he could be a millionaire by inheriting his deceased grandfather's wealth. Unfortunately his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew M (it) wrote: Flight 93 is a heartwarming and brilliant movie. This movie is based on the September 11 attacks about the fourth plane Flight 93 that went down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. A movie about the brave passengers that fought for their lives against the hijackers is brilliant. I would very much suggest this movies.

Tina D (ag) wrote: Loved this movie. FUN!

Richard L (mx) wrote: This movie is amazing. The only thing I didn't like is the actor's tendency to overact.

Arin D (gb) wrote: I have never seen Macedonia on film before, so this serves as an introduction and cinematic postcard. Such vistas! Such ethnic tensions! Ah. The film is structured in three parts, of which only two are really relevant to advancing the plot. In the first, a young seminary student breaks his vow of silence to save a young tomboyish girl from the wrong religion. A sad romantic tragedy ensues. The interlude in London, with the wan and fraught English woman, lover to a Macedonian photographer, enveloped in marital discord, was rather irrelevant. In the final part, the photographer (incidentally the uncle of the seminary student) returns to his homeland and is fatally drawn into the ancient vendettas. Back in Macedonia, the locals revert to their insrutable ways replete with internecine tribal bloodletting, and much is made of how 'back in the old country, we do things this way'. You will learn to ignore the problems with plot devices and inconsistencies in the timeline. Since this is arthouse, you will learn to accept that these inconsistencies are all part of the auteur's plan, mysterious that it is. So, at least since this film took a long while getting to DVD, I'm glad we can all get a glimpse at this rarely seen country.

Scott R (br) wrote: Good old fashioned romantic drama.

Mel C (it) wrote: Watched ten minutes then decided to switch off and watch my paint dry instead, paint had more of a plot and better acting skills. The half a star is for pity sake.

David L (kr) wrote: I've often seen little snippets of these films but never viewed one all the way through. To my surprise it was a memorable bag of cheesy 80's fun. Similar to the likes of Naked Gun and Airplane, it drew its audiences through supplying a constant stream of laughter, albeit through cheap rubbishy and predictable jokes. The idea that a police force is in desperate need of recruits so is willing to let anyone apply means we do of course get a hand picked bunch of the most diverse misfits ever, but this just provides us with a wealth of amusement. Despite the film largely being centred around Steve Guttenberg's regular bad boy character and his ongoing battle with dimwit cop Lieutenant Harris, my favourite cast member has to be Lavel Jones what with his extraordinary ability to project special effects simply through the range of his voice. With a host of other personality traits from the fake Spanish playboy, the army obsessed Tackleberry, the apply named brick ####house that is Hightower and the silent but deadly Hooks, there's an endless amount of entertainment. To boot, there's actually a well adhered to storyline that runs throughout and gives us a meaningful concept in addition to the comedy factor. I hadn't appreciated what an appeal this film would have had in its day, and no doubt would be loved by adolescent teens all over the globe due to its constant sexual references, crude humour and brief glimpses of nudity, and that's partly why it appealed greatly to the big kid in me. It'll be interesting to see if the numerous sequels can supply a continuous stream of merriment or whether this will prove to be the only real credible version.

paul n (fr) wrote: Took me by surprise!

Bill B (it) wrote: I was happy to catch this one on opening day and just let it wash over me, a perfect blend of stylish art-house film and cheeky action that's a nice throwback to the classic films that were filled with gadgets and wisecracking. Plus it holds up on Blu-ray in a big bad way, equally gorgeous in the home environment and allows you to really pause and check out details in certain scenes.Great stuff.Recommended.

Inta K (au) wrote: liked the story!very good story line, action movie with some nice turns..maybe i liked it so coz its connected with cosmos, stars and such stuffs... :)