When police officer Kyungjin met with Myungwoo accidentally in a crime, she found that this responsible teacher was a really nice guy. At that night, Kyungjin got into a fight with a bunch of high school kids and got trouble in a big gun fight between rival drug dealers. Myungwoo tried to help her but then something happened that forces them stayed together all day long. They got closer to each other and Myungwoo was not able to repulse the strange but pure nature. He fell in love with her. One day, when Kyungjin was chasing a notorious criminal, Myungwoo helped her again, however, not knowing that what would happen that day changed their relationship forever...
Adriano B (mx) wrote: I really liked the first one, a pure entertainment costumed X-Men Gong Fu romp. The sequel has, unfortunately, many problem of pacing, and only the last act is the luvely run I expected. Two hands directing it: dare I say, you see it clearly?
Ashley H (ru) wrote: Farewell, My Queen is an excellent film. It is about a look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the first days of the French Revolution. Diane Kruger and Lea Seydoux give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Benoit Jacquot did an alright job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Farewell, My Queen is a must see.
Justin B (us) wrote: Coming out during the boom of found footage horror movies, this is yet another example of something that is just not right for the format. Building suspense in mystery and the unknown is how this formula works. The Devil Inside opts for scares through shock value and sensory assault which doesn't work. Things do start to get interesting towards the end but then the film just unceremoniously cuts to black.
John W (ca) wrote: Weird but hilarious... the ending does padded out and it is all in interpretations about what is going on.
Brody M (de) wrote: Some horror flicks are just way to out there for me & Necromentia is 1 of them.I watched about 30 minutes but lost interest after 10
Rodri C (ru) wrote: mmmm... para los que les gustan las campaas presidenciales yankis...
Eddie C (es) wrote: Ahhh Grindhouse classics always bloody, gory, and funny!
Art S (es) wrote: Well, it's amiable enough but not particularly funny. Vincent Price is an undertaker with Peter Lorre as his assistant, Boris Karloff as his father-in-law, and Basil Rathbone as his landlord. These last three were superstars in their day but here they are near the end of their careers, looking old. Yet, the acting all around is solid even though it is in the service of a rather humdrum plot (scripted by Richard Matheson). You see, Price needs to kill people in order to keep his undertaking business going and Rathbone is a narcoleptic who seems to be dead but really isn't (so Price keeps killing him). Not a barrel of laughs but a curiosity (and not particularly distinguishable as the work of Jacques Tourneur).
Jason K (us) wrote: It tried to be "Buried" but lack of story horrid ending/not ending/ending killed it
Ross S (ca) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen in regard to acting. The attempt to provide proof of God and/or Angels is an epic fail in that the attempt to prove this is the thorough a threat of a man's wife to divorce him if he doesn't decide believe/have faith. What BS?!