Jang, a North Korean general, surrenders to Captain Lee of the South. Lee presses him for information which Jang agrees to supply on the condition that Lee helps him locate his wife who had... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Carlos Z (gb) wrote: Very cute movie about determination and friendship
Paula L (fr) wrote: Fraquinho....Kinda predictable, boring...
Denny A (br) wrote: i would like to fast forward through this
Daniel G (mx) wrote: i think this movie is over simplistic and one dimensional. was hitler really a coward in the war? did he really kill his dog for licking someone else's hand? isn't what exists in the historical record be enough to judge hitler without having to make things up? i get it; he was evil. but, if he were so apparently evil, how were people so blind as to allow him to rise to power?
Zane F (nl) wrote: It was well made and done, but in the long run, it just wasn't exactly what I was looking for in it.
Jon T (es) wrote: It's an entertaining film. Cusack does a great job and elevates a fairly standard film while his character does a terrible job of successfully stealing 1.2 million. He makes a lot of bad, stupid decisions, which is frustrating, but I guess that's how it went.
Allan C (us) wrote: Anthony Perkins returns in this TV movie as Norman Bates calling into a radio show discussing matricide. Perkins scenes merely serve as the wrap around story for telling Bates' origin story as a young man, played by ET's Henry Thomas and his relationship with his domineering mother, Olivia Hussey. Hussey is quite good as Norman's mother and the film did not shy away from the twisted relationship between Norman and his mother. The film was directed by the underrated Mick Garris and was written by the Joseph Stephano, who wrote the screenplay adaptation for the original film, so that does give this sequel some credibility (especially since this entry seems to ignore the events of parts two and three). CCH Pounder plays the radio DJ, so it's a solid cast, but the film's real downfall is that it doesn't have much of a mystery and that the radio talk show segments seemed more just an excuse to include Perkins in the film. If the film has solely focused on Thomas and Hussey, it likely would have been a stronger film, much like the "Bates Motel" TV series. I do give Garris big props for bringing back Bernard Hermann's iconic score from the original. Overall, this one is a mixed bag.
Antony G (nl) wrote: A story about a writer who lets his paranoid delusions control his life after turning his back on children's literature & instead tries to write about serial murderers. He soon becomes so paranoid after researching about Victorian murderers that he fears for his own life & everything about him scares him to death. Not only that he has to battle a childhood trauma after his mother abandoned him in a laundrette. As chance has it both his fears are realised after trying to get ready for a meeting with a Hollywood producer.