This movie follows the story of three friends in Korea, all three of whom drop out of school. The main character is Min, a tough guy whose widowed mother is a drunk. The story traces his journey from high school to the underworld as one of his friends introduces him to life in the mob. Complicating Min's life further is his romance with Romi, a girl from an upper-class family with dreams of going to a prestigious college.
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(nl) wrote: so truly funny, I haven't laughed so much in a long time
(jp) wrote: It's very loud, and the jokes are very obvious. All told, it seems much longer than it actually is.
(es) wrote: worst movie in the history of movies ever. dont waste your time.
(gb) wrote: Boy Culture is a clichd, but overall enjoyable watch for its audiences that enjoy their smut with smarts.
(ca) wrote: The very definition of a mindless action flick, District B13 capitalizes on the Parkour trend currently invading Europe and the US alike, making for what can only be described as epic fight/chase sequences. The acting was shockingly competent for glorified stuntmen and the plot interesting at best. Bottom line, this film is a round house kick of entertainment straight to the brain-hole. You may not love it, but you'd be a fool to not be entertained by it.
(ru) wrote: Charming and entertaining
(ag) wrote: This movie gets a little credit for a couple of good death scenes. But holy SHIT I did not realize Isaac Hayes was such a horrible actor. And what the hell was Robert Forster doing there? Must have caught him on the way out of Starbucks or something.
(us) wrote: Even caricatures sometimes have something to say.
(au) wrote: I love this film. It's funny, tragic and sexy in equal measure.
(br) wrote: Taking a concept that seems so mundane, then making it so engaging, Jim Jarmusch's "Stranger Than Paradise" proves you can make anything into a great and interesting movie.
(nl) wrote: I just saw this last weekend on TCM during their Oscar month (2012). What a gem! As a second-generation Ellis Islander (Italian/Irish), so a film buff not that far from the immigrant experience, I was captivated. The scenes where the Jewish divorce is being granted far exceed anything put on film by Martin Scorcese or Francis Ford Coppola. This is one of those films that you either "get" or it may be totally lost on you. Forget the production values, lack of sepia tone; the story is what matters here.
(fr) wrote: If you're expecting a typical vampire movie, this one's not for you. Franco's films are kind of slow and almost dreamlike. It seems there's no middle ground when it comes to opinions about Franco: you either like his work or you don't.
(au) wrote: Truly, Madly, Deeply!!
(au) wrote: I have to admit that I greatly enjoy the swords-and-sandals genre, whether of Christianity or of other types. This was solidly directed by King and had strong performances by Peck, Hayward and Massey, and was greatly touching at the end when David discovers the overwhelming and incredible power of forgiveness, particularly he of himself. Heartily recommended--it deserved its five Oscar nominations, even though it wasn't much of a cinematic year, to be sure.
(au) wrote: A step down from the first flick.
(nl) wrote: Cringy, dated, nonetheless, fairly enjoyable.