Tae-rang is gifted clairvoyant who runs a posh fortune telling salon in Cheongdam, Seoul. She helps guide her elite clients on matters of love and life altering choices. Yet fate has it that Tae-rang's personal life is always cursed. All the men that Tae-rang has shown interest have become harmed in one way or another. As a child, Tae-rang's mother, also a clairvoyant, told Tae-rang that she is destined to meet a man born May 16, 1978 at 11 pm before she turns 28. One day, Seung-won, a former horse jockey now a maintenance worker for horses, spots a 10,000 Won bill on the street and attempts to pick it up. This is when he is hit by a car driven by Tae-rang. It turns out Ki-su was born on May 16, 1978 at 11 pm ...
Tae-rang is a successful upscale shaman with great looks. Unfortunately her love life is stunted by a prophecy that destines her to marry the unattractive and lazy Seung-won. As an alternative appears she must choose between love and fate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nicola W (gb) wrote: Nice to see a British dance movie but it wasn't as good as Step Up. I think the actors should stick to dancing cos they really are not that good at acting. Fun story though with good moves
Neil K (fr) wrote: Well shot film, despite missing out on the relationship between the two main characters but with the summer in the 70's feeling and the music, made up for it. Story still interesting but a few questions still to be answered!
Nathan G (de) wrote: I give this 3 stars for the acting attempts of Sissy Spacek, Rebecca Romijn, and Dave Matthews. It verges on a Lifetime movie. The movie has plot holes all over the place and parts seem to be out of order. One morning, the character of Billy sleeps in a garage and the owner of the garage runs into Billy's mom telling her Billy needed a place to crash after his AA meeting last night. Yet it cuts back to an AA meeting that is happening at the same time. This is a little jarring and confusing. Just seems like bad editing. There is one fairly funny shot of Sissy Spacek putting her truck in gear and it appears as though she has never driven this truck before. She reaches for a gear shift on the floor and then realizes it's not there. Little things like this make the movie a little hard to watch. As a Dave Matthews fan, it was nice to see Dave do something serious. He oozes energy on screen and is fun to watch. Rebecca Romijn gives a nice, honest performance. This is not something I would watch again.
Tim S (us) wrote: I haven't read the book this was based on, but the movie was quite watchable. It was just a little too sentimental in parts for my liking.
Hunter D (us) wrote: I consider Jack Hill to be a quality name in exploitation cinema and while SWITCHBLADE SISTERS isn't his best film, it still has a lot of fun stuff to offer. The movie takes place in a WARRIORS-style reality where teenage gangs run amok, the gang in question here being a group of nasty, lawless vixens called the Dagger Debs. The movie drags a bit during the first half, but it really picks up once the backstabbing and betrayal begins among the Debs, leading to a fun shootout-on-skates at a roller rink and a MAD MAX-style urban battle between rival gangs. In any other movie Robbie Lee's performance method of acting through a grinding set of teeth would be hideous, here it just adds to the fun.
Andrejs P (us) wrote: This movie seems to get bad reviews but I liked it. Its a jewel heist film with some dark twists.
Cora M (ca) wrote: looks REALLY REALLY REALLY stupid.
Kyle C (us) wrote: Good clean fun but annoyingly Canadian at the start.
Alberto C (mx) wrote: this movie does not seem a movie of Tarantino really i didn't like this movie because the plot is very strange the actors had a good performance about the film but it doesn't save the rest
Ilja S (jp) wrote: Goldeneye is one of the most iconic JB movies, and definitely one of my favourites. This movie made me like Pierce Brosnan even in the following not so good movies, and it gave us the best Videogame ever!
Kerry H (ca) wrote: Brilliant film. It's everyone's dilema. Can you deal with the consequences. Can you get past something like this. Would you do it and for how much. Very touching, great cast. Brilliant film.
Joseph M (ca) wrote: A different Star Wars feature. This one takes its time to build up the foundation of the story. Some interesting characters, political commentary and Darth Maul!
Michael L (mx) wrote: Finney and Hepburn shine in this study of a marriage that is not all sweetness and light but littered with betrayal, jealousy, bullying, spite and love. Donen directs a study of marital decay and fortitude by using 6 near identical journeys the couple make through southern France, using a variety of vehicles from the hitch-hikers thumb of the young lovers, to the MGA of the skint newlyweds, to the station wagon of the aspirational shared holiday with the comic American family, to the Triumph Herald convertible of two neaveau riche, sexually betraying, child resenting and social climbing trips to finally the white SL of a couple who have made it, resent each other but now have the power to control their destiny and recognise their love and enjoy their cynicism. tough to follow in parts with all timelines running parallel but with great props (cars, dresses, hair to date the stories) and a brilliant script, it pulls it off. An adult film with a happy ending, cool.