Birdcage Inn

Birdcage Inn

With a red-light district in Seoul being demolished, the residents there find they have to relocate. Jin-a opts to leave Seoul and heads to the eastern city of Pohang. There she takes up residence in a boarding house run by a small family. Besides the parents, there is a daughter attending university and a son in high school. At first Jin-a is very happy there, however she continues to sell her body driving her into confrontation with the repressed daughter, Hye-mi. Things go from bad to worse when Jin-a meets Hye-mi's boyfriend.

Streetwise Jin-a moves into a boarding house run by a small, close-knit family. But her unacceptable behavior threatens to destroy them all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cynthia S (mx) wrote: I really liked this movie. It is based on real-life...which are my favorite movies to watch. I was especially interested to know that the actress who played the mother (in the movie) was actually the real-life daughter of the mother in the story...AND the producer of the movie!! After watching this movie....you will acquire a deeper appreciation for what you do have in life.

Cancelled U (jp) wrote: wonderful!! outstanding !!mindblowing!!

John W (ca) wrote: PLEASE?! Someone save me from drowning in this flood!!

Nolan M (gb) wrote: Bruce Willis kicks ass once again.

Tatiana C (es) wrote: Neither good nor bad. Just kinda meh.

Stuart K (es) wrote: Directed by Phillip Noyce (Patriot Games (1992), Sliver (1993) and Clear and Present Danger (1994)), produced by George Miller (Mad Max (1979)), adapted from the 1963 book of the same name by Charles Williams. This is a tense, taut and minimalistic thriller from Australia, which manages to do a lot with a limited but claustrophobic setting, it's a great formula. Australian naval officer John Ingram (Sam Neill) and his wife Rae (Nicole Kidman) lose their son in a car accident, so they get away from it all by sailing in the Pacific on their boat. Rae struggles to come to terms with what happened, but John is on hand to support her. After over 30 days at sea, they come across a sinking, drifting boat, and from the boat on a dinghy comes Hughie Warriner (Billy Zane) who tells them the boat is sinking and everyone on board is dead from food poisoning. John goes to investigate, but soon discovers the real reason why everyone died, but Rae is alone on the boat with Hughie, who soon starts to show his true colours. It's a great thriller, almost the sort of story Hitchcock would have killed for, it's got some really tense and gripping moments, and Zane makes a perfect baddie. The film was a minor success, yet it enabled director Noyce to go to Hollywood, and it helped make Kidman a star, granting her fame in Hollywood as well.

Curtis b (us) wrote: One of the best cult movies I have seen period.

Paige C (us) wrote: Grease Will Always Be the WordGrease is one of my all-time favorite movies. I consider it a classic musical. Being a kid, I grew up watching Grease. It was one of those movies that played on repeat in my family household. The question on whether a movie is true to its genre has gone around the cinematic world for a while now. Being in a certain type of genre has so many requirements. If the main hook of a movie is its soundtrack, chances are that it's a musical. Musical films incorporate songs and often dance numbers into the plot, making them the highlights of the storyline. The movie Grease is a class-a example of a musical. In order for a musical to fit the genre it requires the movie to merge songs into the film, Grease does just that. This movie even goes the extra mile and has dancing sequences throughout it. Grease is a 1978 American musical romantic comedy-drama film directed by Randal Kleiser and produced by Paramount Pictures. The film stars John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, and Jeff Conaway. (Contributors, 2015) Many musicals have some sort of love interest and drama throughout the plot.The love interest in a movie is what keeps the story entertaining, for me at least. The movie starts out with Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Danny (John Travolta) at the beach over summer laughing and kissing. It immediately draws the viewer in and keeps them interested. Sandy walking in with Frenchy (Didi Conn) on the first day of school is such a plot twist and it adds the drama and suspense needed to keep the plot going. Some people of our generation think that all older movies will be bad but this isn't necessarily true. A majority of older movies are all named classics. Grease is obviously not one of the oldest movies in the cinema world but it was produced well before we were all born and now there are many movies from my generation that try to mimic Grease, like the well-known series of High School Musical. It has a timeless feeling to it. Something that could never get old to watch. For me, Grease makes me wish I could live in that time, to see what life would have really been like in the 50's.So the question "Is Grease fulfilling the movie genre Musical?" can easily be answered by just saying yes. There are multiple reasons why, but the biggest one for me is the fact that Grease hits every mark for the "rules and requirements" of the genre. Grease is and will always be one of my all-time favorite movies and that is because of the fact that it is a musical.

Dillon L (br) wrote: better then I remember fun and a great story

Natson20 N (ru) wrote: Incredible special effects, magic atmosphere, the best cast and unputdownable plot. This film is the best i have ever seen. I can watch it again and again. Its a must see.