As a North Korean sleeper cell agent, Ryu-han infiltrates the South and assumes the role of a village idiot in a rural town. He observes the townsfolk and waits patiently for his mission. One day, after 2 years of playing the role of the village idiot, fellow elite spies Hae-rang, posed as a rock star and Hae-jin, posed as an ordinary student, are dispatched to the same town as Ryu-han. He helps the other two spies settle in and teach them how to adjust in the South. There is a sudden drastic political power shift in the North and all three spies receive an urgent and ultimate mission.
- Stars:Park Hye-Sook, Park Ki-Woong, Soo Hyun Kim, Chang-Seok Ko, Gi-woong Park, Hye-soo Park, Hyeon-joo Son, Hyeon-ju Son, Lee Hyun Woo,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Cheol-soo Jang,
- Writer:Bang-hyun Kim (screenplay), Hong-gi Yun (screenplay), Hun (comic), Cheol-soo Jang (adaptation), Hong-gi Yun (screenplay)
3 North Korea's undercover live happily in south while waiting for their order. One day, an unexpected order arrive and its not what they hope. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Maybe Sadako 3D was awesome if you saw it in 3D, but I seriously doubt it. its 3D effects are the kind of lame 3D effects used by films that are thirty plus years old. While it manages to be somewhat entertaining, Sadako 3D pales in comparison to the other Ringu films and lacks the seriousness and innovative creepiness that made the series so monumental in the history of horror cinema.
(de) wrote: Picked this up because i like Colin Firth ...it flashes back & forth between past & present in an interesting ambling pace as the relationship between father & son is unraveled. Got me thinking about how our parents always seem larger than life and all the little stories that we cherish forever. How easy it is to forget that they too have a life beyond just being a parent . Watch it ...
(ag) wrote: This an enjoyable movie that is easy to watch for any age group. Were a 14-year-old Alyssa is have troubling time, because she had your Mom died in front her a year ago. So she is living with her grandma now. And Alyssa get into trouble again. So her grandma is that her wits end, so she tell Alyssa her dad is not dead. And take her to meet your dad in the Bahamas were he has a dolphin research lab. And also Alyssa dad doesn't know he has a girl. Went she get their they have a little for a bad time. Because he does know how to be a dad. Also Hawk (her dad) is having trouble of he's own with dolphin research by threatened with closure. Alyssa takes refuge in the sea animals and discovers her innate gift for communicating with the dolphins. And she is the key of saving her dad's research of the dolphins. This movie was a great. Were it teach us that we need to listen & to communicate to each other and the animals around us. Also if like dolphins you like this movie.
(de) wrote: Children of Men is a good survival thriller. Cuarn keeps the tension high, but the reasoning to keep the baby a secret doesn't add up when they are allowed to walk away from death because of it.
(de) wrote: I really like shooting style of Paul Thomas Anderson, and in this regard Magnolia is amazing, camera angles, cuts, long shots, the sequences plans, the soundtrack, the way the sound Trina is used, sometimes as background, sometimes inlaying or against point the scene, or even sung by the characters is amazing, the performances are very good, especially the Melora Walters, But Magnolia has serious rhythm problems, you do not feel the evolution of history after two hours of film, half of people sleep or exchange channel, the script also at first is confused, and in the course of the story he is lost in himself, but after a while you get used to this confusion, even with these problems the script presents us with vairios problems with different actors, and one of them you will be identified, and the film quite conversation with your viewers. Magonolia is not for any public, magnolia is the typical movie to movie buff.
(br) wrote: Crap! Crap, trash, dogshit!!
(kr) wrote: A dark film based upon the autobiography of successful TV writer Jerry Stahl (Moonlighting, ALF, thirtysomething) and his downward spiral into drug abuse. Ben Stiller stars as Stahl, as do some of Stiller's frequent comedy collaborators, including Owen Wilson, Jeaneane Garofalo, Andy Dick, but this film is a lot more "Trainspotting" than it is "Zoolander." Still, like "Transpotting" there are certainly some very dark humor here as well. Still, it's far from a light or glib film. Stiller shooting up in a car next to his baby in a carseat is pretty rough. The film also features Maria Bello as a fellow recovering junkie and also has Elizabeth Hurley showing some surprising acting chops as Stalh's head-in-the-sand wife. The film doesn't quite come together as a whole, but Stiller gives a fine dramatic performance that holder your interesest and keeping you with the film throughout. And anything with Fred Willard, even in a bit part, is worth watching, right?
(au) wrote: Meh... can't believe it got selected for sundance!
(it) wrote: Built by Ford, John Ford, with part mythos about the gunfight at the OK Corral, part nostalgia for the generation this film was intended signified by the use of the song of the title, and part myth building for what they wanted to become. I googled the town of Tombstone, AZ and Monument Valley and they're miles apart and yet in Ford's vision they're virtual neighbors. This is perfect filmmaking for projecting what its intended audience wanted to see, a mirror reflection of their loves, and indeed beautiful to behold.
(jp) wrote: Plot synopsis is not quite accurate. It's actually just Robert Young's character that visits the orphanage to do a story for his newspaper. The children claim him as their own ("He's MY Mr. Davis") and he unexpectedly falls in love with them. He writes to his wife living back in the US about the children and eventually brings them home with him. The children are adorable and good little actors!
(es) wrote: Its obviously a monumental achievement, and not just because it took twelve years to make. Linklater has made an immersive film about the forming of personality and identity in childhood, and he does it without much of a plot. Instead he's collected a series of moments at various points in one boys life and weaves a complex tapestry of memories and emotions..