It is AD 924, at the end of the United Shilla Dynasty. Continuous riots sweep the land ruled by a corrupted government. Evil forces are rampant and malicious demons roam the land. YI Kwak, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
It is AD 924, at the end of the United Shilla Dynasty. Continuous riots sweep the land ruled by a corrupted government. Evil forces are rampant and malicious demons roam the land. YI Kwak, ...
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Mima M (nl) wrote: "Nemoj da se nervira, uvek moe da bude gore :)"Ko ima slabe ivce neka presko?i ovu dramu.
Tim T (ru) wrote: Reminds me of London Spy
Ari L (kr) wrote: Antasin tlle 4 thtee jos lytys vaan nappi jota painaa :)
Alba R (it) wrote: I really like this movie! it's a good weird!
Bruce C (nl) wrote: There does not seem to be a difference between this movie and babe. The 90's was an era where movies shamelessly competed with each other.
Joe L (us) wrote: Oh yeah. A great war movie for a kid.
Steve S (ru) wrote: *** (out of four) A funny and very biazarre Britsh comedy that helped promote the new avante garde cinema that emerging in London in 1966. Morgan is devistated by the being left by his wife, played by Vanessa a Redgrave in her Oscar nominated performance. She intends to marry someone who is a bit more normal. Morgan tries everything to win her back, even dressing as his hero, King King. There's really nothing else out there like this. It is strange and unpredicatble and manages to be very funny.
Samson H (jp) wrote: This movie I saw as a bonus to "The Last Man on Earth" because of the disc being a double feature. I greatly enjoyed it . There are very few spots in the movie that seem to be "cheesy" and old fashioned, and should it ever be remade (which i wouldn't mind doing) it wouldn't be hard to pretty much make it as a "remastered" versoin of the original. If you choose to watch but only one more black and white film, make this one it.
Dave J (au) wrote: Monday, November 1, 2010 (1951) His Kind of Woman THRILLER/ SUSPENSE/ FILM NOIR Sometimes serious and sometimes comedic 'film noir' starring Robert Mitchum as Dan Milner crossing paths with gangster Nick Ferraro played by Raymond Burr. A very odd plot device which has something to with re-entering back into the US which almost serves almost as a backdrop to the chemistry between it's actors particularly between Mitchum and Jane Russell as Lenore Brent. The actors and what they do stand out more than the storyline especially Vincent Price, a highly unusual and surprisingly in a good guy role. 3.5 out of 4
Emily the F (nl) wrote: It plays out like a Dreamworks wannabe.