SONG Soo-jung is a producer going on her third year at a small company. Her specialty is human interest stories. She is driven to produce these shallow stories for the sake of her ambition of one day becoming Korea’s own Oprah Winfrey. However, she is reaching the end of what’s left of her pride. One day, after months of not getting paid, she leaves her office with the company camera to produce a story on a lion apparently refusing to eat its meal. On her way, however, she comes across a robber, but she is saved somehow by Superman in a Hawaiian shirt. “Superman” claims he’s unable to tap into his supernatural powers as the bad guys have placed kryptonite inside his head. However, he doesn’t let that get in his way from helping others, from saving the world from global warming to saving a lost puppy.
Isaac H (de) wrote: Boring, unintelligent, and lacks style to a fault, Gone Girl plays the audience like a sick joke while bringing out mediocre acting due to a lackluster script and a downright awful plot. It's a complete waste of your time! =D
Joan C (es) wrote: At first, I thought this would be a frivolous film. I was surprised that the story was told from the reader's point of view. Rarely do we envision an historical event about bigger-than-life characters like these from the point of view of underlings, who's vision is just as important. I truly enjoyed this viewpoint though it was sad.
Ole J (br) wrote: Wow, that's all I can say, this is bad, over and out :)
Allan N (fr) wrote: Not as good as the hype says. Well performed, and indeed very gritty. But the alliances within the gangs, doesn't make sense, and you end up not understanding the motivations from the inmates.
Jacob M (mx) wrote: 3/100 because I only laughed three times in the entire movie
Kalind H (es) wrote: Saved! is unlike other generic teen dramas, and uses many forms of satire to make light of controversial topics, as well as hitting just the right dramatic notes. Oh yeah, the ending also induces a guilty smile.
Chris G (us) wrote: Good start, Hoffman rocked. Otherwise, meh.
Christopher L (fr) wrote: What a piece of trash.Zero Stars
Matthew H (ca) wrote: Newsies is a hit Broadway musical with very good production value. The movie, however, scores a bit lower. The cinematography is a bit iffy, and the casting is questionable. But, still an okay movie.
Luke B (fr) wrote: I thought it was very good film, and Di Caprio played the role excellently.