Crocodile is a 1996 South Korean film. It was the directorial debut of Ki-duk Kim and stars Cho Jae-hyun as "Crocodile".The film tells the story of a man living at the edge of the Han River in Seoul, who saves a woman trying to commit suicide. He then proceeds to rape and abuse her until an odd relationship develops between them.
Violent thug Crocodile lives under a bridge by the Han River in Seoul together with a peddling boy and a homeless old man. Crocodile saves a beautiful young woman Hyun-Jung from suicide by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: A cheesy movie, but it succeeds in delivering memorable action, characters, and the hard themes of responsibility that Spider-Man is known for.
(mx) wrote: Very messy but a good sci-fi flick nonetheless.
(mx) wrote: This is a rare example. It's a low budget sci-fi/horror movie that doesn't suck. Imagine what would happen if Saw didn't suck and was plagued with a 1984 sense of paranoia. Except better. Much better.
(fr) wrote: It was funny and sweet. Quite a bit of sex scenes, but that's to be expected with the plot.
(au) wrote: Never seen Maria Friedman before, but her charisma and clear powerful vocals grabbed me right from the "opening curtain". The kids loved it too.
(nl) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this movie, it stars two of my favourite actors, and the story is really cool. It's dramatic, suspenseful, and exciting, but also funny. I highly recommend it.
(kr) wrote: 3 1/2 stars. This film went by faster than almost any other film I've seen. It wasn't because of a deliriously fast pace or really anything special about the plot or characters, but there was always something to distract you if you couldn't get involved in the story. The distractions, of course, are the backdrops, which are breathtakingly beautiful. Every shot is perfect and stunning, in a way that at times is almost smirking-ly unrealistic. And at times the plot does drag down, especially near the hour and twenty minute mark, when Gigi begins to "grow up" in Gaston's mind. Since this is a musical, the singing must be accounted for. While the singing talent isn't anything great (and sometimes is just tolerable), the songs themselves are fantastic! The lyrics are quite funny at times, and always convey the emotions of the characters, therefore avoiding the nuisance of explaining them through dialogue right in the middle of the film. And, while the actors might not be the best singers, they are very good actors. Sure, all the parts are hammed up, but that's because they are written as hammy characters. Everyone seems to be fully involved in what's happening amd what they are doing, which helps to draw in the viewer even more. Ultimately, this was a fun, diverting, and entirely engrossing movie, even when the plot downward-spiraled on itself with a dumb final act. But, great songs and performances bolster things up. And, if that's not enough, the beautiful backdrops steal the show whenever you consider drifting away. Sure, they can be distracting; but what a great thing to distract you! It is a great story about the loves in the world, both for spouses and children, and what they're really made of.
(de) wrote: One of several of the "A & C Meets" films with the Universal monsters. Not as good as Meets Frankenstein.
(br) wrote: Don Ameche has the title role in "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell" in this 1939 film. The film really doesn't go into much detail about how the phone was created but instead it focuses on the pain that Bell went through while trying to create and market the device as well as Bell's relationship with his wife. Ameche does a great job as Bell and it became the role that he was most famous for. He gives a serious, intense, and sincere performance. Henry Fonda was equally as good as Bell's assistant Thomas Watson. This role became the springboard for his career as well. Loretta Young's performance as Bell's wife and helps to explain the motivation behind Bell. Her real life sisters -- Sally Blane, Polly Young, and Georgiana Young - play her sisters here. Gene Lockhart as Sanders is another standout in a poignant performance as a man who wants his deaf son to be able to speak. Charles Coburn ably rounds out the cast as Mable's no-nonsense, gruff father. The two major events in this period are well portrayed here; when Bell spills acid and Watson hears his call for help over the copper wire and when Bell is sued by Western Union for patent infringement.Although it often simplifies, and often exaggerates the details relating to the invention of and subsequent patent battles relating to the first practical telephone, it definitely succeeds as a theatrical presentation of Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone.
(es) wrote: This one was so fast moving.
(ru) wrote: See this movie. It shows the power of God but also people's strength and weakness.