One Fine Spring Day

One Fine Spring Day

A recording engineer falls for a radio announcer after they work together to capture sounds of the natural world.

One Fine Spring Day is a Korean feature film released by Sidus and Applause Films in 2001. Directed by Heo Jin-ho (of Christmas in August), it is a portrait of a love affair from its blossoming in spring to its decline in the following spring. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


One Fine Spring Day torrent reviews

Carlos D (es) wrote: Interesante punto de vista sobre la dictadura de Pinochet,desde la mente oscura de un asesino en serie que vive obsesionado con John Travolta.

Nicholas N (au) wrote: its suspensful in a way but u if u watch other disaster movies u already know whats about to happen and the CGI is pretty bad sometimes

Holly F (de) wrote: Just went downhill with this sequel to prophecy uprising. Again shouldn't have been created.

Bengel W (ru) wrote: Car chases are well planned and executed giving a thrilling ride for outstanding entertainment. Wesley and Tamzin are fun together making for an enjoyable characterization. Script and story are finely written making for a mystery that is enjoyable and intriguing. Filming lacks the edge of a bond film, yet has sufficient action to keep one amused. Nibbles: Bread and butter pudding.

Zachary S (mx) wrote: This is easily one of the worst movies I have ever seen. I don't care that slasher movies (I'm a big fan of them) aren't supposed to be that smart, this one's stupider than a brick. First of all, our supposed main character is one of the most unlikable main characters that I've ever come across and is an unholy combination of pathetic, whiny, and a bully. On top of that, a good 85% of the movie is just scene after scene of the rest of the campers (and even some councelors) just sadistically and relentlessly bullying our main character over and over again. Now, if this was leading to something or had some point, then it would be fine. Unfortunately though, it doesn't and just comes across as mean-spirited and unpleasant. Thirdly, the ending can be seen coming from a mile away (seriously, if you didn't guess this one then you weren't paying attention) and half of the plotlines that the movie sets forth it doesn't explain in any way or resolve at all. Hell, the credits rolled halfway through a scene at the end, or at least it looked that way to me. Literally the only redeeming value that this movie has is that some of the kills were pretty cool. The bed of spikes (how did she set that up without anyone noticing?) was awesome and perhaps the coolest moment, the cook's head in the hot oil was appropriately gruesome, and the birdcage with the rats thing was like something out of the "Saw" series. These moments are the only reason this is getting even 1 star, and it feels like the writer/director came up with them before the story and then threw together a plot in 5 minutes around it simply so they could film these kill scenes. Not at all recommended for anyone. Stay FAR away from this one and let it fade mercifully into the obscurity it so richly deserves.

Andrew M (mx) wrote: A welcome addition to the carry on collection. Considered as one of the best and with spot on casting and the usual wit it proves to be a winner.

Shawn S (ca) wrote: This film does have a few rather imaginative dream/death sequences but suffers from a poor script, some poor performances, a mixed bag of special effects and there are just too many parts where it gets completely ludicrous.

Robert I (fr) wrote: I really dig documentaries about doomed movies. Very entertaining documentary, but it's easy to see why Jodorowsky never got funding for his movie. I'm also still not sure it would've translated to anything watchable, but it was worth a try. Back to the doc, really dug how it was assembled and loved Richard Stanley was a talking head in it.