After being dumped by her boyfriend just before their 100 day anniversary, Ha-Young, meets a college guy named Hyung-Joon when she accidentally kicks a can that hits him in the face and causes him to scratch his Lexus. He demands she pay him $3000 on the spot. She escapes from him, leaving her wallet behind.Hyung-Joon stalks her, demanding money to pay for his car. Since she is a poor high school student Hyung-Joon writes up a "Enslavement Agreement" for Ha-Young in order to pay for the damage to his car. Ha-Young is thrown into a nightmarish slave life for 100 days, cleaning his house, running his errands, doing his homework and cleaning his car.By accident she finds out that the damage to Hyung-Joon's car only costs $10! She then takes her revenge. However, before she knows it Hyung-Joon shows up at her house as her new tutor! He once again takes advantage of her, but soon Ha-Young finds herself falling head over heels for Hyung-Joon.
After being dumped by her boyfriend just before their 100 day anniversary, Ha-Young, meets a college guy named Hyung-Joon when she accidentally kicks a can that hits him in the face and causes him to scratch his Lexus. When Ha-yeong is unable to pay for the damages, he persuades her to repay him by signing a contract that binds her to his service for 100 days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jordan R (jp) wrote: A socially conscious mainstream movie, beautifully shot, about a high school shooter in the making and the devastating effects of teen bullying! All four stars are breaking out right now. The stars and producers of this film are collaborating with anti-bullying charities to raise funds at special screenings. The actors have made pleas to young people via social media to be heroes in their high schools, hoping to raise awareness and create a new consciousness in schools.
Robert V (it) wrote: kevin hart is a fool!
Faley A (fr) wrote: Lost more than 3 precious hrs of my life seeing this bullshit ......
Howard E (jp) wrote: Fifty years ago this week, about 550 everyday people began a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, seeking equal voting rights for all minorities in the United States. When they tried crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, they were brutally beaten by State Troopers and their newly-deputised posse (read: thugs for hire). That fateful day, now known as "Bloody Sunday", and those leading up to it are depicted in this powerfully moving film starring David Oyelowo as the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tom Wilkinson, Tim Roth and Oprah Winfrey.The Chinese title for the film is "?????" (Martin Luther King), but that's somewhat of a misnomer as SELMA is not a biopic. Rather, the film focusses on a three-month period when King negotiates with President Lyndon Johnson to extend voting rights to blacks. At the same time, it is a story about simple people like Annie Lee Cooper and many others whose names we don't know but who were brave enough to risk their lives standing up to injustice.SELMA is directed by little known Ava DuVernay, whose 2012 film, MIDDLE OF NOWHERE, was the darling of the Sundance Film Festival that year. DuVernay went on to win the Directing Award and was also nominated for the Grand Jury Prize. British actor, David Oyelowo, who stars as MLK, has said in interviews that when he first saw the script in 2007, he knew that he was destined to play the role. Four years went by before he was able to find the right director - DuVernay - whom he had just worked with on her film. A year later, Oyelowo showed a demo tape to Oprah, whom he was working with on LEE DANIEL'S THE BUTLER, and she got on board the project as a producer. That's when, he said, things really began to take off. When people say that Oyelowo captured King's cadence (if not his gravitas), he laughs, saying that he had seven years to get it right.Without a doubt, SELMA admirably covers a very important subject. However, it also reinterprets or chooses to ignore some key historical facts. The LBJ Foundation has taken SELMA's screenwriter to task for the film's portrayal of President Johnson as a reluctant supporter of civil rights. The protectors of his legacy claim that civil rights was where the president got it right. In the film it appears that Johnson was backed into a corner, first by King, then by the events on the bridge at Selma that were televised to an audience of 70 million people. That's just not true, says the foundation's spokesman. Similarly, the film glosses over the contribution that many American Jews made to the civil rights movement. As a minority group that were blatantly discriminated against both in the US and Europe (the Holocaust was just 20 years earlier), Jewish lawyers and civil rights activists actively supported the movement and offered counsel to Dr. King. Other Jews quietly provided manpower and funding to the cause. Yes, the film shows a few token Jews on the march to Montgomery but their participation is understated.For us in Hong Kong and for those who know what is going on here politically, SELMA offers an obvious parallel to the peaceful Occupy protests that took place here a few months ago. That point was not lost on rapper Common, whose song "Glory" (which was co-written by John Legend) won the Best Song Oscar at the Academy Awards. It wouldn't surprise me if that part of the Oscar broadcast was blacked out in China! Watching SELMA, it is so apparent how far the American civil rights movement has come in a half a century, yet it is equally apparent how far it still has to go. From the treatment of African-Americans at the hands of the mostly Caucasian police force in Ferguson, Missouri, to the recent restrictive changes to voter ID laws that statistically affect African-Americans more than they do any other racial or ethnic group, true equality is, unfortunately, still just a dream.
Ben R (gb) wrote: The only movie I've ever seen where lovable senile Andy Griffith gets a sloppy BJ from the woman who played Jerry Seinfeld's mom. What a way to open a review huh? Well the movie itself is a charming low budget romantic comedy with some familiar faces like Doris Roberts from Everyone Loves Raymond,Clint Howard, and Marla Sokoloff from the Practice. The movie stars Paul Campbell who's a "ladies man" who constantly plays women untill he finds a girl he can't resist,meanwhile his grandfather is having his own relationship problems or aka. he can't get a piece. So he asks his grandson to help get him laid, and to his own surprise it works. The rest is just awkward comedy gold. This movie was funny in the most odd yet endearing way and even the creepy old people sex scenes make for great comedy. I wanted to punch the leading guy and thought he was the biggest douche ever, but Andy Griffith really saved this movie along with Doris Roberts. If you want an awkward but cute romantic comedy to watch with your girlfriend or an open minded grandparent...Play the game is the creepy old people sex comedy for you.
Daryl G (ca) wrote: Rented this in the two for a dollar section of the video store. Hood of Horror is an anthology of horror stories like "Creepshow" or "Tales from the Crypt", both of which are much better than "Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror."
Nick T (mx) wrote: Greatest TV movie about sharks attacking a bunch of spring breakers ever!
Mikael K (it) wrote: Based on Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment.
Andrew O (nl) wrote: Probably my favorite musical... It burst full of happy memories for me!
Sarah E T (jp) wrote: Great dancing in this movie.
Stuart R (jp) wrote: Released a year before I was born, I can't believe I hadn't seen this film until recently. In 1982 I'm sure this was a great film, but in 2015 it's very averageI'm not even sure what it is all about??!! Or what the point is?! Sly shows that he can act, but that's about all that's here
Steve A (au) wrote: Simply stated, "Bringing Up Baby" is THE definitive screwball comedy.
Phil H (it) wrote: Along the same kinda lines as 'The Football Factory' but nowhere near as gritty and in your face, this film suffers from a slight case of Hollywood glitz. Not just because Elijah Wood is in it, that is one reason of course, but the violence just seems more coordinated and setup, whilst the many British actors in the film all have rather hokey cockney accents which seem rather forced, some not all.The film centres around West Ham United Firm 'GSE: Green Street Elite' although the real firm is called 'ICF: Inner City Firm' and follows the guys around as they go to matches and plan on fights with rival firms. Nothing much different from other 'firm' flicks but the added plot of Yankee Wood who slowly fits in against his UK based sisters wishes and grows to enjoy the lifestyle.No one really that well known in the film accept Wood who is TOTALLY out of place in this type of flick but I guess that's the idea right. Only thing is you simply can't see Wood ever getting tough enough to do what he does in the film, never in a month of Sundays.Good entertainment but using allot of artistic license and second best to 'The Football Factory' and 'The Firm'...if your into these types of films.
Joe A (it) wrote: Don't waste your time its a Weinstein POS