Kim Jong-won, a communist operative in South Korea, turns himself in and assists the Special Investigation Unit to bring the other members of his organization to trial. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Special Investigation Unit: One-Armed Kim Jong-won
Kim Jong-won, a communist operative in South Korea, turns himself in and assists the Special Investigation Unit to bring the other members of his organization to trial.
- Stars:Pere Arquillué, Peter Batakliev, Léa-Marie Cantin, Emmanuel Charest, Olivia Hussey, Sebastiano Somma, Ingrid Rubio, Michael Mendl, Guillermo Ayesa, Emily Hamilton, Neil Stuke, Valeria Cavalli, Nimmi Harasgama, Hannah McBride, Carlo Cartier, Geun-hyeong Park, Yeon-jeong Woo, Oh-jang Mun, Chi-woo Lee, Jong-man Lee,
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Conny W (es) wrote: I am very sorry for you if you saw this movie...I am very sorry that i saw this movie, that is 78 min that i will never get back.I can't write a review because i have nothing good to say about it, if you can see this movie for free, please do so then you will have seen something at the very rock bottom, but don't spend any money on it, not even a dime!
Hrant B (ag) wrote: When the Game Stands Tall is based on a true story about a high school football team based in Concord, California. The team had holds the record of the most consecutive wins with 151 which is a modern day record from any professional sports. The movie has a great cast with a wonderful feel good inspirational storyline. It was a fun movie to add to the list.
James B (ru) wrote: great movie about the best of friendships. this friendship is going through the most awkward time in life (high school), and to top it off, your best friend turns out to be gay! how do you handle it? what do you do? extremely funny, incredibly awkward, and lots of fun!
Alex H (us) wrote: I'm all for the surreal, i'm all for the weirdness and lack of traditional narrative structure and coherence; but fuck me this was too much... All of Lynch's signature tropes only work when he writes compelling and interesting characters so we the audience can at least engage in that side of the film which act as an anchor while we navigate whatever fucked up dream like web he's spinning in his movies. Unfortunately, Inland Empire has zilch, zero, none which removes any mystique or artistic integrity of the piece and makes the picture feel weird for the sake of being weird. Not to mention, the camcorder footage makes it feel like a 16 year olds attempt at making a David Lynch movie. I get it's cheaper but my god it doesn't half make everything look cheap. Laura Dern is uncontrollably committed to Lynch's material which is admirable but doesn't serve the picture as the material itself is incomprehensible and feels almost like self-parody in many places. Maybe I wouldn't be so disappointed as well if it was 90 mins or even 120 mins... But this was 3 hours... a long, long, three hours. But at least I can say i've seen it now... Whatever that means.
Mike J (it) wrote: What!? The dog doesn't talk?? WTF.... Kids, if you stop buying this crap maybe Disney will stop making these movies....
Michael W (ag) wrote: It is a zombie horror action movie, so don't expect it to be anything else. That having been said, this really is a good zombie horror action movie.
gary t (it) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that even though its a kids movie 2 watch its still a good movie...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie..i think that bd wong, jennifer coolidge, bronson pinchot all play good parts throughout this movie..i think that the director of this Comedy, Kids & Family movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its a good Comedy, Kids & Family movie 2 watch n its quite funny as well
John D (mx) wrote: I remember as a kid when my father used me to buy a Betamax tape on this one. And that funky Enter the Dragon intro tune is just hardcore! Enter the Dragon made me became not just a Bruce Lee fan. But a martial arts fan in general. I can't imagine any other actor that can do Bruce Lee's charisma. I mean wow, just simply look at him. His incredible physique and talent as a leading actor. I would say, this film is so funky, with that 70's music style and that mixed up very well with the martial arts theme and the characterization. You can see in each other's martial arts abilities. This is 70's and some martial arts nor action fight scenes of today, are still imitating some of the well choreographed moves of Enter the Dragon. I used to love some of the characters such as Williams and that Afro guy Roper and their roles fits them so well. If you used to be a gamer and played Tekken. Now we're talking. In short, this Bruce Lee film made him not just a popular actor, but an Icon. And this film is Iconic. 5 stars all the way!
Steve T (it) wrote: Backgammon! Darts! Ballet! (and misoginy, S&M, torture and a crazy dwarf) Goes "...far beyond every STRETCH of the imagination."
Vivin M (mx) wrote: Not expected from Marvels
Joshua L (nl) wrote: Fantastic script with brilliant acting. It tends to get preachy but if you like arguments about philosophy and religion then this is a must see!