The Fatal Encounter

The Fatal Encounter

In 1777, one year since he had taken reign, King Jeong-jo bears a perilous palace life with his dedicated court servant, Gap-soo, amidst opposition and threats from those around with political ambitions. Meanwhile, Eul-soo, a member of a secret assassin group, receives orders to kill Jeong-jo. Gap-soo, who had also been in the same secret assassin ring as Eul-soo, later confesses to Jeong-jo about his dark past and his motive for coming into the palace. To Gap-soo's surprise, Jeong-jo asks Gap-soo when he had given up being an assassin, then orders him to just leave the palace. However, Gap-soo finds out that there is another assassin besides him and frantically returns to the court, only to discover Eul-soo in combat with Jeong-jo. (c)

King Jeongjo (Hyun-Bin) attempts to protect his royal powers from the conflict of two factions: Noron and Soron. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Fatal Encounter torrent reviews

David W (ca) wrote: Gritty, realistic, and gut the best movies about the SAS I've seen.

John B (jp) wrote: A good way to start a debate among 10 randomly selected individuals would be to have them view Lea Pool's Pink Ribbons Inc and have at each other. The premise of the film is this: you shouldn't be so quick in providing donations to the Pink Ribbon campaign because it has become a PR exercise for firms which often create products that increases the risk of cancer in users and the money may not go to the organizations that can provide a cure. Moving beyond cancer, I think that this is a healthy addition to the debate on corporate responsibility and how willing we are as a society to overlook sins if a cheque is issued to a charity.

Nicki M (ag) wrote: Just okay. Trashy TV movie and looks it. Entertaining for an hour and a half, but nothing that would stand up to repeat viewing. Cast are adequate. Storyline is based on a true story and honestly it's tame for its genre. He only actually kills one girl, the rest are just assaulted. (Not that any of it is acceptable, but title implies something more dramatic if you are not familiar with the story). Not bad, and no less horrible what he did, but did lack a little something even as a TV movie. I did feel sorry also for the wife imaging how she would feel finding out her husband was like that.

Brian B (nl) wrote: Possibly the most tedious film I've ever watched.

Carlos M (ru) wrote: A profoundly involving romantic drama that benefits from a sophisticated direction and great performances from its cast - mainly Joaquin Phoenix, who is absolutely perfect and brings this melancholy tale of depression and impulsive passion to another level.

Billy O (br) wrote: Unexpectedly touching and inspiring.

Richard M (ag) wrote: We as a family love this film, my daughter knows it line for line! :) Very funny!

Andrew B (ag) wrote: This was the first Wes Anderson movie I had seen when it came out in 2002. I honestly was not all that familiar with his work and style. I remember sitting in the theatre and having absolutely no idea what was going on or what the movie was about, but I was laughing hysterically. As silly as this movie is, there actually is a good plot that comes with it. All the actors seem to be out of there usual element in this film, playing different and obscure characters than you are used to seeing them play. This film introduced me to Wes Anderson and I have since enjoyed just about all of his work since watching this. This movie has the same exact feel as the rest of his movies do, a very dry and dark humor, but overall downright hilarious.

Chris M (jp) wrote: One of the best post-Scream slashers with a nice sense of dread and some stylish flourishes. Most of the acting isn't too bad, either, but Weber makes for a dull, unappealing lead. Linnea Quigley turns up in a useless "blink and you'll miss it" cameo that gives the great Scream Queen nothing to do. Kolobos sure does lay on the atmosphere, which is something most all modern films lack. There's lots of susepense and creep outs, not to mention impressive lighting.A horrible "twist" at the end is the films only true downfall, as the rest is a pretty fresh and original horror tale that should be appreciated more by horror fans.If you haven't seen it, give it a whirl, you might just enjoy it! It's not your typical STV crap fest.

Devon W (ca) wrote: One of my favorite movie's i've seen in a very long time. one of the best Post apocalyptic adventures since Children of Men. It's bleak and depressing, yet engaging all the way through

Joshua G (ag) wrote: An intense, epic documentary that will have you cheering at the character's achievements, and weeping at their failures.

DanetteDani A (nl) wrote: It's such a great film. Check it out on TCM Channel

Justin T (kr) wrote: I would love to say how this is brilliant self satire but it's kind of not really entertaining.

Karl L (br) wrote: Decent , worth a watch.

Manch F (mx) wrote: Suffers from a mostly unfocused narrative and doesn't have much in terms of plot. Jabba's palace goes on way too long and the Ewoks are given too much screentime. It delivers on its great moments but they're bogged down by the film's inconsistent tone and too much is happening by the third act that it becomes nonsense. Also the cinematography for some reason looks almost made for TV. Its easily the weakest of the trilogy and weaker than the prequels.

Dan H (ru) wrote: Bloody, gory, ultra-violent, boobs, and METAL!!!!! It's very fun and very silly. The demons here are clearly inspired by those from The Evil Dead franchise (and Evil Dead did everything better, to be honest). Milo Cawthorne (as Brodie) and Kimberly Crossman (as Medina) are the standouts here. Deathgasm may not be the new cult classic it so badly wants to be, but it will definitely provide you with and hour and 30 minutes of bloody, gory fun and sometimes, that's enough.