Highway Star

Highway Star

Stuck in a small town, aspiring rocker Dal Ho makes a living reluctantly playing trot at local clubs. When small-time recording company head Jang offers Dal Ho a contract, he eagerly grabs the opportunity, believing that his time has finally come. After he signs, however, Dal Ho discovers that he won't be rocking after all. Instead, he will be singing trot. Unable to back out of his contract, Dal Ho takes to the stage behind a mask to hide his embarrassment, and ends up an overnight sensation. The wannabe rocker seems to have found his true calling, but doing music he dislikes. With the help of Jang and a certain cute trot singer, maybe he'll actually learn the passion of trot.

A struggling rocker is finally discovered, but unfortunately by producers specializing in Korean "country music" (trot). Can he embrace this new career while staying true to his heart as a musician? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Adrienne L (jp) wrote: Exotica is moody, somber and mesmerizing. Mia Kirshner plays an alluring stripper named Christina. There is much more to this girl than swaying hips and a school girl's uniform. She has a secret connection with a mysterious client, is employed by an unhappy pregnant woman who is in love with her, and is the obsession of a jerky dj she's recently broken up with. Lots of cameos. Very intriguing story. Great score. I love it start to finish. A personal favourite.

Bridget M (it) wrote: It had a really good theme. Disney movies always have to have happy endings.

Jon C (ag) wrote: Who needs action...when drama can be this intense. Features beautiful locations unknown to most people, and some gripping performances by #Chadwick Boseman (42/Get On Up) and #Tory Kittles (True Detective).

Christine D (ru) wrote: Not my style of movie at all. I knew Racheal was up for awards and thought lets give this a go. This was too long and drawn out and extremely dreary and depressing. The long pauses in between dialogue I was able to doze off in. Though it was a deep, meaningful storyline at the end of it all I felt like I just wanted to cry.

Stephanie G (mx) wrote: Cute american romantic comedy perfect for a boring sunday afternoon. And most important of all: Love is equal. Aaaand Stamos is gorgeaous!

Jason W (kr) wrote: Gayle O'Brien (Amy Poehler), Becky St. Germaine (Parker Posey), and Judi Joskow (Rachel Dratch) were losers in college. Savouring the idea that one day they would be the well off ones with hot husbands that the cool kids wish they could be, instead they find themselves in their 30's and still losers. When Becky gets a job from her boss Senator Hartmann (Jane Lynch) to secretly watch her daughter Ashley (Amber Tamblyn) while she's at Spring Break, Gayle and Judi tag along. In the early 21st century, we saw the rise of what became known as the new Frat Pack. This was a group of guys who made comedies together and featured Will Ferrell, Owen Wilson, and Vince Vaughn as the prominent members. Spring Breakdown seems like a jumping off point for a sort of female version of that former Frat Pack. As it would seem only natural that Tina Fey was intended to play the part of Becky St. Germaine, they pulled something similar to what Adam Sandler has done with his cronies with Kevin James taking the place of Chris Farley, here they replaced Fey with Parker Posey. So how does the female iteration of the Frat Pack fare? Not very well. Spring Breakdown seems partly like an homage to Revenge of the Nerds part 2, and for those of us who like Revenge of the Nerds, we know that the second movie isn't the one that you really want to pay homage too. The writing doesn't do much to flesh out the characters in any way that would make people feel for them any more than people would feel from the many caricatures you can find in an SNL skit. While the jokes might have looked good on paper, they would have been better served in a skit, rather than in a full length movie they can't sustain. The acting is serviceable, particularly from the always good Parker Posey, but the writing doesn't give any of the actresses much to lean on. Amy Poehler's character is nothing more than a walking amalgam of her many SNL characters lumped into one character. Rachel Dratch, a comedienne best known for Debbie Downer on SNL, is an actress best suited to skits and guest stints on TV shows. Even some of the smaller characters, such as Seth Meyers closeted William and Missi Pyle's Charlene, can wear on the nerves in there brief appearances in the film. There are some laugh out loud moments in the film, but more often you're laughing at the people in the movie for appearing in this mess. I can't recommend this movie, which to me is sad because I always enjoy Amy Poehler, Parker Posey, and Jane Lynch typically in anything they're appearing in. Unfortunately, this film is a fairly big miss.

Tomek S (au) wrote: a great insight into one of the most intriguing and thought-provoking contemporary thinkers. a true philosopher can speak about everything, and Zizek is surely one of them.

Chris L (ag) wrote: I loved this movie as a child, and I still love it to this day! The animation is really neat and fluid (a lot better then the show), and it's neat how they have 2 movies in the same movie.

Don V (ca) wrote: I saw this movie when it premiered in Montreal. It's dark, sensual and almost disturbing. Marie-Jose Croze's performance is astounding. Not only is she beautiful, she is mesmerizing to watch. The cinematography is exceptional. The colors are vivid and rich and sometimes cold. The many emotions in the film are accurately translated. The story itself is highly original and multi-layered. I've seen it several times. It makes me proud that it's a Canadian (Quebecois) film.

sabrina i (ru) wrote: PEPPERMINT CANDY is an understated and seering character study of one man's journey through the ups and downs of life. The film starts off with our main character - Yongho looking angry and bitter. He is so upset he doesn't even properly acknowledge his friends whom he hasn't seen in years. On the verge of ending his life - we are taken back in time to see how he got to where he is today to answer the question: What happened to this man that has made him lose all hope and reason to live? The film could have taken a melodramatic turn but instead director Chang-Dong Lee has chosen to make a film where we learn what kindof man Yongho was. We are allowed to connect and understand this man rather than simply know what happened to him. We don't find out all the details of his failed marriage nor exactly how he lost his business rather much like CITIZEN KANE we are simply given glimpses of important moments in his life. We do find out that he wasn't always this bitter man. He was once this innocent youth, able to love and have dreams. However things did not turn out the way he had dreamed. The political climate of the time, his work as a policeman and the rigid nature of society did not allow him to attain true happiness. It changed him from a warm, caring man to a cold, distant person. Throughout the film Young Ho is constantly searching for happiness, he seems detached from others and repressed and cannot shake his past experiences - they haunt him wherever he went. He always brought up and tried to search for his first girlfriend named Sumin. She represented for him the long-lost youth he yearned for but knew he would never get back. I feel that PEPPERMINT CANDY is one of the best Korean films I have seen but also one of the best films about humanity.

Jeremy E (fr) wrote: a heartwarming movie from with a touching soundtrack. not something you'd expect from Kitano, but a great watch nonetheless

Christine D (us) wrote: Encore des voyages ds le temps... Prenant et une fin... enigmatique.

Ruth S (br) wrote: great story just boring conflict and lines

Steve S (de) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Jose V (ru) wrote: Can someone please, please tell me why seaweed are spread all around the basement in the final scene? Extremely bad movie. Zero drama, Zero horror, Zero movie.

Kikki K (es) wrote: Av alle Kim Ki-duk sine filmer tror jeg dette er min favoritt. Alt fles egentlig ganske trist, grtt og hplst gjennom store deler av filmen, og noen scener er ganske s voldelige og brutale. Men historien som fortelles er ganske brutal og trist, og den formidles egentlig p en utrolig fin mte. Chank-guk er forresten utrolig fet, p sin ganske forskrudde mte.

Clair O (it) wrote: I love this film. I love her jacket, boots and case and I was a wannabe. This was my favourite look for Madonna, I like things a bit grungy.

Megan W (gb) wrote: love it alot awesome cast

Grant K (kr) wrote: One of the tensest, most thrilling films of its time. Required viewing.

Arthur R (nl) wrote: Star Blazers People!