Voice-actress Dong-joo has a terrible weakness: she sings horribly. Yet in an effort to win the heart of her old high-school crush, she agrees to sing solo in a wedding. It falls on voice coach Shin-hong to help her, or die trying. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A comedy about a woman who tries to overcome tone-deafness and a man who tries to help her but joins the romance.
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David R (us) wrote: An excellent adaptation that shows none of the signs of staginess that has plagued other film adaptations (see The Subject was Roses, for example).
Derek J (us) wrote: A heart-breaking head fake....
Jeff P (kr) wrote: Great movie. Great writing. Shows what you can do without much of a budget. Come's down to a well written story that could actually happen.
Ric A (br) wrote: It tracks some implausible situations and may lack on the realistic side of a plane crisis but Flightplan is interesting and tense. It may not hurt if you give this film a chance.
Gordon B (jp) wrote: I couldn't decipher Cypher's plot if my life depended on it, but this film is so laid back and confident in telling its contrived story that it won me over. It makes sense in the way it makes no sense
Millo T (jp) wrote: As a erotic film, great. Not more.
Timothy F (br) wrote: This is a classic movie from my child hood, and even with its cheese and crackers; I just hear wine in everyone else reviews. This movie should have a much better score then 27. As someone who has seen the movies more times thing the amount of fingers and toes I retain, I assure everyone that this is a hallmark classic movie with unique comedy and extant acting. 5/5.
Ryan D (ag) wrote: A true story during Vietnam about a pilot shot down and behind enemy lines. Forced to see the brutal ways of war from closer than he has ever seen before. What made this movie work for me was the strong characters (Danny Glover and Gene Hackman) between two men that had never seen face to face. A great Vietnam movie one of the best!
Lee B (ag) wrote: What the hell was this movie. Around the middle, I had to go online to realize that there were no zombies in this movie. Only some guys dressed up like the San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Bushman. Or a hunter with twigs tied to him. After I found out there were no zombies, I decided to end my suffering and skip to the end, which didn't make much sense, so I had to skip back a little more. Then it still didn't make any sense, so I gave up. There just a lot of senseless boob shots and point of view stalking without any menace. This is a no star movie if it was possible.
Nick F (it) wrote: With near perfect directing from Martin Scorsese and most notably amazing screenwriting from Paul Schrader including arguably Robert De Niro's finest performance to date, Taxi Driver delivers an raw yet in-depth character study that is obsolete in current cinema.
Danata D (es) wrote: I don't really know where or how to begin. This movie is uh...umm...its one of those films that definitely leaves you with a reaction. However you may be stuck like me in describing that reaction or feeling. I would say that was more dumfounded than disgusted. Don't get it twisted there are some truly disgusting scenes that wish you didn't witness. Those scenes to me weren't so much shocking, they left me asking "Huh?!? What the hell was that?"
Allan C (it) wrote: John Frankenheimer has a really mixed filmography that includes some true classics ("The Manchurian Candidate" or "Seven Days in May") but also includes some stinkers ("Dead Bang" or "Reindeer Games"). "Grand Prix" is something of a mixed bag in and of itself. The race scenes are brilliantly directed and stand up today as absolutely thrilling. The race scenes are wonderfully edited and the use of split screen is used to great effect. Unfortunately, the race scenes are interrupted by a tedious soap opera that surrounds the lives of the many drivers. There's a great cast, including the unfortunately dubbed Toshiro Mifune, but they can't salvage this boring and tedious script. Definitely worth watching for the races but absolutely must be seen widescreen, probably best on a giant television since you're not likely to catch it in a movie theater.
Matthew L (mx) wrote: Not unenjoyable, but not one of Lang's better films, it never seems to really get going before petering out with a not unexpected climax.
Jason D (jp) wrote: One of the greatest classic genre films of all times, from one of the old masters of filmmaking! Every fan of the genre needs to see it,
Westleigh Q (gb) wrote: Finally, a film where Russell Crowe is actually somewhat likeable. I didn't think it possible. Bonus points for being a unique film and not the standard theater fare.
Deston N (it) wrote: Oh, my goodness, that was an overwrought, awful experience.