The lovely and promiscuous textile professor Eun-sook has all the male professors wrapped around her finger. It also helps that she has slept with most of them. Eun-sook is also a member of an environmental awareness group. When the popular comic book artist Suk-gyu joins the group, he arouses the jealousy of Mr. YOO, one of the other member who fears that Suk-gyu will steal Eun-sook from him. It turns out that Eun-sook and Suk-gyu attended the same junior high school where they share a secret and tragic history. Back then, Eun-sook was Suk-gyu's older brother’s girlfriend. But after Eun-sook decides to sleep with Suk-gyu as well, the older brother's best friend dies in an accident in which both of them are involved. As the jealous MR.YOO starts to investigate Eun-sook and Suk-gyu's past, will their secret be kept? Will they get together again?
Augustine H (ag) wrote: Already a less perverted film from Bertolucci, pondering over self discovery and anti-social attitudes.
Bjorn O (ru) wrote: Det r nstan i klass med Shark Attack 3, urusla CGI-effekter, Barry Bostwick mest knd som borgmstaren i Spin City spelar kapten Ahab och drar repliker som "Han tog mitt ben men han ska inte f ta min rv".Rekommenderas alla som vill se en jvligt stor val bde flyga och simma p land.
Rini N (fr) wrote: Great story. Love the character. She's so strong.
cris l (br) wrote: This isn't the best action movie... but it's very very funny! You might say this is the French version of Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels but I don't think it's 100% true and I've heard the same people saying that Lock Stock...& Snatch are a ripp-off of Tarantino's movies...Some people can't be pleased no matter what.
Allan C (de) wrote: For Burt Reynolds fans only. Pretty lame brained, but modestly entertaining. I liked seeing a young Ossie Davis though.
Edgar C (jp) wrote: If you claim the remake to be a superior film, believe me: I won't care if you stop talking to me, since you don't know squat about films.Every time an old masterpiece gets bashed, it is most of the times one of the best ever made. This is not the case for Hitchcock in his diaper years, but The Man Who Knew Too Much is the very first film that introduced his masterful skills to conceive an unparalleled thriller with sexual undertones, a childish humor rarely seen in the era and macabre (almost iconic) characters. Thanks to Peter Lorre, the film works on a superior level; every frame is designed with elegant beauty, noirish visual aspects and even unintentional(?) comedy.Perhaps it is overtly noticeable that moviemaking was barely escaping its silent era, and 1934 was already a year for not forgiving a film if it showed such fact way too much; nevertheless, the master of suspense starts to become such master in the 30s(!): a time when he loved to culminate his projects with exciting shootouts. Who are we to put the blame on him?96/100
Keandre S (ru) wrote: Classic, I don't care what anybody says. One of the most quotable movies of all time.
Jeff B (es) wrote: Pretty bad, but not without at least some entertainment value.
Alejandro C (mx) wrote: La pelcula empieza bien, al estilo Galactica o Robotech, pero pierde fuelle pronto y se vuelve aburrida excepto cuando hay batallas.