Baby and Me

Baby and Me

Joon-soo (Jang Geun -Seok) is a rebellious high school kid who often get in fights. One day, his parents give him an ultimatum and leaving him alone in the house, Joon-soo decides to have a party at his parent's home. He then goes shopping for groceries and comes upon an unexpected surprise. A little toddler sits in a shopping basket wearing the name tag "Han Woo-ram" (Mason Moon) and points to Joon-soo as his father.

A rebellious high school student sees his life take a strange turn when he goes to the grocery store and someone leaves a baby in his shopping cart, along with a note claiming he's the father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Scott W (fr) wrote: I am a big fan of Anchorman, so I'm going to pretend that it is the only Anchorman movie that exists. Because this sequel was terrible. It started out with some laughs, but they were mostly in the first 30 minutes. And then...silence. Some of the plot points are just so dumb. Ron Burgundy goes blind? Who approved this script? Ron's character at some points is so unlikable that it's really hard to believe that anyone would want to be around him. Then the writers decided because the fight between stations was funny in the first movie, let's do it again except with more celebrity cameos! That's sure to be funnier! It's not.

Rico Z (de) wrote: Adventures of PowerIn Adventures of Power our protagonist, Power, teeters between silly Napoleo Dynamite-like impersonation and seriously comedic acting--the kind seen in a Wes Anderson project. The effect of it all is that the film is, at once, fun and funny but, on the other hand, thoughtful and sweet. It marries the two worlds of silliness and poignancy effortlessly.Taking place in a small industrial town, the film centers around a lovable, albeit slovenly, loser with a heart of gold who refuses to grow up. His one and only goal, obsession and purpose in life is to play the drums. If you find that to be disheartening, here's the kicker: it's air drums!While the world is his cymbal, that instrument is rejecting his stick with a loud screech. Power is misunderstood and ignored by most of the people who surround him in his Texas hometown. After some exploratory roughing-up in a Mexican border town, he realizes his true calling is on the opposite end of the country--in glorious New Jersey.If the premise sounds like a gimmick, it is. There's nothing that Power won't do or any length he won't go to in order to show the world what he's made of.Adrien Grenier (of "Entourage" fame) makes a fun appearance as Power's boyhood nemesis who secretly shares Power passion for air-drumming despite his rich tycoon father having bought him his way into his very own "legitimate" Country-Emo band--where he plays the real drums.In the end, both men are forced to face off in a battle of the air drums on an implausibly televised national competiton. By that time, Power has united with a rag-tag set of misfit "drummers" and become friends with them; he's found a girl who sees him as more than just a pathetic loser and hear's his heart beat in more ways than one. Despite all this hokeyness and unabashed fluff, the movie ends up feeling like a triumph in a tongue-in-cheek sort of way. It is unashamed of its sentimentality and never takes itself too seriously.

Timothy S (es) wrote: Nothing from the banal title would suggest that "Dark Reel" would be worth your time, but this is a surprisingly skillful and well written horror film. There's a great cast and a smart script that is quirky and funny, and the central story is a strong one that continually keeps you guessing. It centers on a low-budget film studio, and the behind the scenes stuff is a lot of fun. Lance Henriksen gives his best performance in years as a Roger Corman-like studio head. It's a part that refreshes his career and hopefully will awaken him from his B-movie funk. Also very good is Edward Furlong who also resurrects his career with a likable performance as a movie geek. His relationship with smart and sexy Tiffany Shepis is a treat, as it's fun watching the fan fall in love with his screen idol. They form a special bond that is the center of the picture, and it's a most unexpected pleasure. The film is focused on the story, which is solid and well told, but this is a horror film and it doesn't spare the blood and gore. A few of the murders are pleasantly memorable. There is maybe one too many twists near the end, including one that hints at Furlong being the killer, and I was glad to see the film not go that route. I liked him and his character too much. He's a down to earth guy who is not unlike myself. Unfortunately, it does go on a little long, especially in the finale, and it has trouble maintaining its pacing. The set-up, however, is a lot of fun mostly because of Henriksen's wonderfully offbeat performance and the uncommonly good script. "Dark Reel" is a film unjustly robbed of a theatrical release as it was better than a lot of the horror films I paid to see this year. It deserves to be seen.

John L (mx) wrote: impetuous, incestuous. so good.

Wai S (it) wrote: artistic Tim-Sum Western

Graham S (es) wrote: A little slower than perhaps intended, but a well-rounded cast makes up for that in this light-hearted dark comedy that's a slice of life in small town Nova Scotia, where a rash of unsuccessful attempts at suicide brings a quiet, ill-spoken of resident into the local spotlight, with touching discoveries and results.

Steve R (mx) wrote: This was a hilarious movie for all ages!

jason a (nl) wrote: Love how they put the team together. Wish it was a little less predictable. Pretty well!

mary p (ca) wrote: It won't change your life, but it is enjoyable enough.

Tobias X (it) wrote: Add a review (optional)...

Craig C (mx) wrote: Slow ....... Not a great flick.

Andreas J (kr) wrote: This is my kind of movie!

Jennifer H (jp) wrote: Another book almost totally rewritten for the movie. I've had the book for a while and the copy I have mentions the movie on it but neither it nor the movie give a hint that they are totally different stories, my current roommate has the movie. The only characters in common are Blackbeard and the witch (who is a wife in the movie and a housekeeper in the book.) Other than that, the movie is enjoyable.

Norm d (br) wrote: A beautiful meander. A life from rags to ruin in 3-hrs, grateful for the Intermission. However, as Kubrick's film schoolmaster he would be marked down a full letter-grade for his awkward and inartful over-use of the zoom lens - a dozen extreme close-ups to straight-back full-wide pull-outs, & some similar push-ins. More than the subtlest use of a zoom lens in a period piece from Geo Washington's time is awful, as is too much handheld (that injects an invisible cameraman into the scene). In spite of this the exposures, compositions, lighting, & candlelight low-lighting are gorgeous on Eastman 5254T.