Gnorm is just an average Gnome. But he wants to impress the lady Gnomes by doing something heroic. So he steals the Gnome's magic stones to expose them to sunlight to recharge them. When he gets to the surface, (Gnome's live deep underground) he witnesses a murder, and the killer ends up with his stones. Detective Casey, who was working a sting operation with the murdered man, (another detective) is blamed for botching the sting, and causing the death. Wanting to catch the killer to clear his name, he teams up with Gnorm, who he accidentally discovers. He is going to need Samantha's help, but she thinks he is a nut. You see, no one else knows about Gnorm.
Writer:Pen Densham (story), Pen Densham (screenplay), John Watson (screenplay)
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Reini U (jp) wrote: A big screen spy action-comedy, but unlike James Bond or Red 2 with lots of typical Korean melodrama and humanism. Western viewers will miss weapons of mass destruction and the state super powers they adore so much, and will dislike the last act. It's not Bedevilled, Shiri nor Berlin File. It's a star vehicle for prominent young actors, and based on a popular webcomics, that's why it broke all Korean opening records.
Byron B (nl) wrote: I saw this at the 2013 Cleveland International Film Festival. It is like three movies for the price of one. Pil-Sung Yim directs the first and third parts. Jee-woon Kim directs the middle portion. First, In a Brave New World, a nerdy guy is set up on a date with a gorgeous girl and somehow sets in motion a zombie apocalypse. It is more disturbing in showing cattle slaughter than in showing humans degenerate into zombies. Yet, it is funnier overall especially because we are shown how similar, and at times ridiculous, South Korea's 24 hour news cycle is. Second, The Heavenly Creature is more appropriately meditative as a robot achieves enlightenment. This is a threat to some outsiders and inspiring to many of the monks. It reminded me of a play I read recently called R.U.R. and an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation (season 2, episode 9 - The Measure of a Man). Can a robot be aware and sentient? Finally, Happy Birthday, has an absurd story of an 8 ball hurtling toward Earth and follows one family in particular, who tries to survive in an underground bunker. The little girl, who ages from like 5 to 20, may be responsible. Her goofy computer programmer uncle tries to help, but her parents are pretty clueless. Again it is funnier than I expected.
Dennis R (mx) wrote: Just the kind of restrained indie drama you'd expect me to rate highly. This French coming of age story is one of my favourite films of the year thus far due to impressive acting (especially from the younger cast), complex and flawed characters, warm cinematography and a great soundtrack. I especially enjoyed the religious bent to the thematic content which adds a little more depth to a film that could quite have easily become tired and clich (C). Still, could have done with being a little longer.
Griselda E (es) wrote: una mica avorridota, no?
Berni E (fr) wrote: I think you might need to understand PTSD or profound grief to really 'get' this movie. Nicole Kidman was amazing as ever!
Brett W (ag) wrote: load of shit. Turned off after half hour
v9y j (kr) wrote: This slick little heist movie is based on a true story of a 70s bank robbery in London. Pacy and engrossing.
Dwight B (ag) wrote: More original then most American horror.
Isaiah H (ag) wrote: Amazing, Brilliant and by far the most heartbreaking film in cinema history.
Carlos I (fr) wrote: So corny and over-the-top by today's standards, but still so much damn fun!
Cliff O (it) wrote: Sentimental, archetypal tale of life on the home front during WWII. So much from this has since become clich to the point of parody (see the train station scene, made more famous by inclusion in Airplane!). Still, it will tug at your heart strings and make even the most cynical feel patriotic.
Patrick K (kr) wrote: This was a weird one for me to like but found it through flicking through the movie channels and I have to say it was a pretty well made film. It follows a group of friends on the night of their high school reunion who, a decade later, still haven't quite grown up. Jake (Channing Tatum) is deeply in love with his girlfriend and ready to propose until he runs into his high school flame for the first time in ten years. Jake's friend Cully (Chris Pratt) married his cheerleader girlfriend, and has been looking forward to the reunion so he can finally apologize to all the classmates he bullied in high school. However, after a few too many drinks, the jock-turned-family man ends up reverting back to his old ways instead. Meanwhile, longtime rivals Marty (Justin Long) and A.J (Max Minghella) spend the night still trying to one-up each other to impress the coolest girl in class, who now has a secret. The famous one of the group, Reeves (Oscar Isaac) is now well-known musician, but is still too shy to talk to the high school crush who inspired his one hit wonder. Its a little cheesy but in this genre thats the norm and I was quite pleased I came across this little movie
Gordon B (ca) wrote: This movie is nasty, silly,& cheap and if you're a fan of 80s horror films you wouldn't have it any other way
Bobby L (es) wrote: JCVD plays the main baddie, but his role is rather limited. The main plot is about a guy, his kids, and his love interest trying to destroy the KGB and the possible secrets they uncovered. It's pretty horrendous. The direction is sloppy, with no clear tone, the lighting is awful, and the acting is unconvincing. The action isn't that well done either, causing this film to be a huge snoozer.