Don't Click

Don't Click

A horror movie about the mysterious happenings that happen to a pair of sisters after watching an unidentified video. Directed by Kim Tae-kyeong, Park Bo-yeong plays Se-hee who tries to save her sister Jeong-mi, her boyfriend Joo Won and Kang Byeol plays the sister.

Jeong-mi lives alone with her older sister after their parents left for another country. She often uses the net to upload self-made videos, while in disguise, to garner internet notoriety. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Don't Click torrent reviews

David M (it) wrote: Sometimes being predictable can be a good thing. My wife and I were in celebratory mood having received some long-awaited good news. We believe in marking the good things in life, so we decided on a movie (not exactly unusual for us, I guess) and a bite to eat after. So off we headed to Cape Town's finest cinema, one of the very few independents left in the country, for Sunshine On Leith; a British film finally on a limited South African release, several months after it arrived in British cinema. It's a musical. Based on a stage show; which in turn was based around the songbook of Scottish pop duo The Proclaimers. The musical is itself a family drama/love story set around the return of two soldiers from service in Afghanistan; it is, of course, set in a beautifully shot Edinburgh, as much attention given to obscure back-alleys as it is to sweeping skylines. The film's helped by some fine casting - Peter Mullan and Jane Horrocks adding heavyweight talent to proceedings as the parents; the rest of the cast can all sing more than well enough, and look as comfortable acting as they are singing. It helps, of course, that the songs are near perfect of their type, and with their folk inflected tone fit naturally into a storytelling structure. The context some songs end up with may be obvious a mile off, but no less the worse for it - what you're imagining right now about Letter From America, for instance, is almost certainly right on the money.Ultimately insubstantial as it is, the film is an addictive and life-affirming smile. I'm sure there are people who won't enjoy it, and this may be my celebratory mood talking, but I find it hard to imagine how you end up in such a place with this film. The cast and director give themselves so entirely to the project that you're swept-along on a tide of good feeling and well-wishing. It's a joy, from start to finish.

Matt L (es) wrote: This was a very entertaining and surprisingly riveting documentary. The kids they chose to follow all had amazing personalities and incredible drives (pun intended).

ashwin G (it) wrote: the movie is wonderful

Enid C (nl) wrote: kill me please. this movie sucked the time from me and thats not cool. i need a cupcake after this. it was just boring! ZERO STARS!

Cynthia S (nl) wrote: Enough with these Australian outback cannibal stories. Sheesh..

John P (de) wrote: Funny little movie. Quirky. Nice movie to watch on a rainy day.

Ryan L (au) wrote: Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet team up again for the emotionally draining Revolutionary Road directed by Sam Mendes, a very brilliant man. This movie is about a young couple with two kids whose lives are not what they want them to be, so their marriage deteriorates. Revolutionary Road has me torn. It's a movie with three amazing performances (some of Leo's best and definitley Kate's best, and Michael Shannon's perfect performance), flawless cinematography from the master himself Roger Deakins, and great directing, along with a very good script. but despite all of the greatness that this movie has to offer, overall it is very depressing, dark, upsetting, and borderline bleak. now I know the movie was setting out to do this and I applaud it for that. it's just not something I want to watch. although this is a great movie, I did not enjoy watching it. I will more than likely never revisit this movie. however, with milestones as performances, swell directing, and a final shot that I consider one of the most brilliant and upsetting final shots of all time, Revolutionary Road is a great movie, but not one I will revisit. it is emotionally powerful and works on every level, but in some cases it made me uncomfortable watching it because it was so real. I can't reccomend it, but it is worth watching once for the performances. 7.9/10

Jim A (ca) wrote: Riveting, and a very sad conclusion.

Angela G (de) wrote: i went into this one with real low expectations. surprisingly it was cheesy yet not awful. the gore and production wasn't that bad considering what all the director crammed in there. black magic, resurrected psychopathic uncle-brains that talk, naked aerobics, virgin sacrifices, cannibals, and serial killing, etc. i found it amusing.

Stephen M (jp) wrote: Very minor Mario Bava. It's basically an old-fashioned western revenge plot re-imagined as a Viking adventure. It's remarkable only for the unusual relationships of the central characters; a Hollywood movie of the same era would certainly not expect us to sympathise with a rapist!

Daniel V (us) wrote: More Blood, more blade, more scary. Forgive the grammar but BLADE II is just more better. Not saying the first one isn't good but the sequel took the best parts of it and expanded on that. It might have the same failings as the first as well, underdeveloped characters and such. Also the CG Blade is kind of, well shitty. But this was Guillermo Del Toro's first foray into the Hollywood mainstream and man was he the right choice. Blade II is darker and the action, when Not CG is fast and furious. Best of the series.

Jake P (nl) wrote: Bong!!! Snooch to the nooch!!!

Lucas M (de) wrote: Vulgar, cynical, and hilarious, Vacation is a relatable and a charming piece of mainstream 80s cinema.

shawn g (kr) wrote: here is a movie Peter Fonda did not credit deserved..worth watching.