11-year-old Chan-yi is looking after his lovely younger sister So-yi, by himself ever since their mother left them to find her own future. Despite their desperate situation of being abandoned by family and neighbors, these kids try their best to carry on life. One day, a little puppy joins this small family as Chan-yi steals it from an old couple’s kennel as a gift his sister’s birthday. Especially clever, this dog, whose name is “Ma-eum”, returns the love received from his new family with great loyalty and it seems as though their happiness would continue forever…only until a sudden accident brings them into collapse.
- Stars:Kil-Kang Ahn, Dal-i, Min-a Jeong, Dong-Young Kim, Hyang-gi Kim, Nan-Hee Kim, Yeong-Hwa Seo, Yeong-jin Shin, Seung Ho Yoo,
- Director:Eun-Hyung Park,
- Writer:Dong-ik Shin, Shin-hye Suh
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(ag) wrote: While not his "best" it's definitely among his better films, with its underlying themes in a similar existential vein as "Brazil" and "12 Monkeys." If you're expecting a comedy, go elsewhere. Likewise, if you're expecting a prima facie narrative, go elsewhere. The real power of this film is in its underlying themes and its symbolism, albeit peppered with some comic relief. Without spoiling it with details, look for the Grand Irony between what Qohen is desperately seeking personally and the project his thankless, unrewarding and mentally grinding job has him working on. Every element of the story as it unfolds contributes to one or both of these as Qohen hurtles toward a personal collision of the two. Gilliam uses a fantasy world to distance the audience from a narrative reality to better expose the underlying themes.Keep this in mind when viewing it and you'll understand Zero Theorem. The audience is ultimately left to draw its own conclusions about the two halves of the irony that dramatically collide at the end.
(ru) wrote: I'm not even interested in seeing this movie.
(us) wrote: This is a lead up 2 Jurassic Park! Packed with great dinosaur effects in a mine tunnel!
(ru) wrote: It might look nice, but don't let this soulless remake trick you into thinking its' anything more than a sub-par horror flick hoping desperately to hop on the Ring bandwagon. [C-]
(mx) wrote: Hangmen Starring: Rick Washburne, Keith Bogard, Jake Lamotta, and Sandra Bullock Director: J. Christian Ingvordson When renegade CIA operatives target a government agent (Washburne) and his teenaged son (Bogard) for death, they find their violent tendencies are exceeded only by the Vietnam veterans who rally to defend their old war-comrade. "Hangmen" is bad on every level. Bad photography (marked by waaay too many extreme close-ups and dull long shots); lame action scenes that rely on slow motion and lots of blood-spurting squibs (and which illustrate the importance of the foley artist and sound effects t in movie making); a script so nonsensical that even the filmmakers couldn't keep track of what was supposed to be going on from one scene to the next (it's rare to see a movie so totally free of continuity control); and dialogue that was exceeded in its horribleness pnly by the acting of those delivering it. This movie's remarkable for having a plot that is less interesting than most 1st-person shooters, with a bodycount that is compreble to them. It also a landmark film in that never have such a concentration of inept renegade CIA agents been assembled in one movie for the purpose of killing people for no real reason while pointlessly disguised as New York City cops, ambulance drivers, or firemen. Finally, the film also features a young Sandra Bullock as the hapless girlfriend of our teenaged hero-by-happenstance. While she is by far the best actor featured, her performance either illustrates that the director of the film was the George Lucas of his day (he could coax a bad performance out of anyone), or that acting is like any craft... the more you practice, the better you get. (Note to Bullock fans: One DVD edition of "Hangmen" has her as the only actor featured on the cover, and it gives her top billing. Don't be fooled. She is a supporting actress here, with an imporfant but small role.)
(it) wrote: Chinatown reworking in modern clothes, at least modern when the film was made, is an okay film but the original is superior in every department.
(ru) wrote: Had a hard time getting into this one.
(mx) wrote: Sprightly western with a comic twist. Taylor is on the wooden side as usual but Eleanor Parker is full of vigor and you get the Skipper and the Professor in the same movie to boot!
(fr) wrote: It's not original but it's a fun movie nonetheless