Eun-joo moves out of her house "Il Mare", leaving behind a Christmas card for the eventual new owner of the house in 1999. In it she asks him/her to forward any mail of hers to her new address in the city. It is 1997 and Sung-hyun, the first owner of "Il Mare" is moving in and finds in his mailbox the Christmas card from Eun-joo. Thinking it was a joke, Sung-hyun leaves her a letter telling her so and reminds her that its 1997 not 1999. Eventually the two realize that they are separated by two years of time but can somehow communicate through the mailbox and begin to form a friendship through their letters.
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(es) wrote: Random. So random. Too random.
(us) wrote: interesting movie, actually it's was pretty good.
(kr) wrote: ewow an amazing religous flick
(es) wrote: Awful castAwful soundtrackAwful plot.
(ca) wrote: Not even worth a half star...i turned it off 20min in :P LAME!
(us) wrote: Watched this to make me feel better about my movie watching. These guys basically go to the cinema EVERY day and watch 3/4 movies per day. Now i aim for 1 a day, but these guys are just ill, and it shows in this doc. It is really interesting, and 1 or 2 of them stated that they can see up to 1000 films a year. I can only dream that amount. Typically they are all very encyclopedic when it comes to film, but all very snobbish and opinated, and i can understand why. What surprised me more though is that they view film more as an entertainment and escapist medium, rather than as an art form and aesthetic/ formalist medium. Film for them is pure escapism, which i can obviously understand, but not to that degree. Their lives are basically a series of schedules and film viewings.So, it made me feel better that i am nowhere near as bad as these guys.Interesting documentary, which i felt could have developed the people a little more than it did. But i recommend to film lovers.
(it) wrote: Bertolucci's striking marriage of European arthouse and Hollywood neo-noir is eye candy of the highest order, with striking imagery detailed magnificently with good use of color and camera angles that often seem subservient to is actually going on, yet it is also an astounding portrait of the psychological need to conform and fit in. Quite simply, II conformista is one of the finest pieces of cinema of all time.
(it) wrote: A whimsey feature length debut for Jodorowsky. His later features such as 'El Topo' and 'The Holy Mountain' had much more drive and direction than this one.
(mx) wrote: A profoundly bleak, powerful and insightful journey into the dark reaches of the human soul. No one compares to Bergman in these journeys..
(br) wrote: The movie gives you a view of Justin Beibers Tour Believe. Behind the scenes and interview with him and with his fans. I like the movie because it looked real and shows the kid really has a talent.
(es) wrote: The Muppets are overjoyed to find themselves in yet another sequel. As their new movie Muppets Most Wanted opens, they not only acknowledge it but - in true Muppets fashion - they turn this fact into a production number. The Muppets have always worn their self-referential style on their sleeves, so they are wise enough to admit during the opening song "We're Making a Sequel" that the sequel is never as good as the original.That's partially true of Muppets Most Wanted, which is enjoyable but isn't likely to go down in history as one of the Muppet's high points. It's always great to see the old gang again. For nearly 60 years, The Muppets have been like old friends from whom every visit is always a party, even when they didn't seem to bring their A-game.Muppets Most Wanted opens just moments after the end of 2011's The Muppets. This new film spins the gang off on a suspiciously ambitious world tour of their variety act by an overeager promoter named Dominic Badguy - pronounced "bdgee" with a French pronunciation - played by a very slippery Ricky Gervais. He's eager to get their show off to major cities like Berlin, Dublin and London, which the entire Muppet gang is ecstatic about save for Kermit, who is none-too-sure that this offer is on the level.He's right. Dominic is a bad guy who's scamming the Muppets while he attempts to pull off a world-wide heist with the help of a demented frog named Constantine, who bills himself as "The world's most dangerous frog." Constantine is Kermit's exact double except for a mole on his lip and mush-mouthed Slavic accent. He is currently locked away in an ultra-secure Siberian gulag from which he escapes, and - through a series of unfortunate events - takes Kermit's place while our favorite amphibian finds himself locked in Constantine's cell. The joke, of course, is that once the villainous frog covers the mole with green make-up none of the other Muppets realize that he's not the real Kermit.The best thing about Muppets Most Wanted is its energy level. The movie has very few slow moments and even when a gag doesn't work, you appreciate the level of enthusiasm. The film's best running gag is the amount of star cameos. Cameos are as familiar to the Muppet enterprise as fish to the ocean, and this time they may have set a record. Aside from Gervais, there's also Tina Fey as the gulag commandant and Ty Burrell as a member of French Interpol who works with Sam the Eagle to catch Constantine. Then there's Tony Bennett, Ray Liotta, Christoph Waltz (doing the waltz), Danny Trejo, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Hugh Bonneville, Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Zach Galifianakis, Salma Hayek, Tom Hiddleston, Frank Langella, James McAvoy, Miranda Richardson, Stanley Tucci and Usher (as an usher!) I'm not sure, but I think they may have set a record this time.What works in the best Muppet movies is when the plot serves as a hook on which to hang a great series of gags and guest star cameos. Therefore the weakness of Muppets Most Wanted is that screenwriters Nicholas Stoller and James Bobin have taken a two-inch plot and tried to stretch it for five miles. At 113 minutes the movie feels long for such a trite story idea. Constantine, the villain, is interesting but a little of him goes a long away. In fact, he's the real star of the show. Most of the other Muppets are caught in supporting roles. The Muppets are best when the plot is thin enough to get out of their way. Think of the original Muppet Movie back in 1979. It was a series of gags hung on a thin story about Fozzie and Kermit picking up the gang on their way to make it in Hollywood. And on their show, the madness of The Muppet's anarchy was born out of Kermit's attempt to wrangle these wild and wholly players in order to get the show up and running.If I sound too grumpy about Muppets Most Wanted it may come from the fact that I've been a student of their formula since I was in Kindergarten. I am as familiar with their act as I am with the letters in my own name, and there's a rhythm to their comedy that clangs when it's out of step. For everything that works in Muppets Most Wanted there was something that doesn't. Still, the movie is entertaining. What's refreshing is that even over half a century you can still be entertained by The Muppets even when they aren't at their most Muppetational.
(it) wrote: Having spawned 5 movies since 2002, all of which have hit the big screen, one could assume that the Resident Evil Franchise is a runaway success. Except, at some point it got diluted and that watering down continued in Resident Evil: Retribution. Sure, even at the young age of 37, Milla Jovovich still has a ton of sex appeal but that only takes you so far. Retribution brings back some familiar faces including Michelle Rodriguez and Oded Fehr but their parts are wasted and pointless. With an overdose of CGI, explosions and mutated monsters, you wonder what's the point of it all? Yes, Retribution can draw parallels to a video game format where the protagonist has to make it through levels but....so what? Whats, the, point!?Paul W.S. Anderson has been at the helm of some entertaining features however one can't help but feel that he fell asleep behind the wheel of Retribution or got really lazy. I'm not sure even the most die-hard resident evil fans would be giving this two thumbs up. This is one to miss.
(nl) wrote: A suitably patriotic tribute to courage both on the battlefield and the homefront.
(ca) wrote: there was a girl named Andi and a boy named Bruce and they find this dog in a hotel. It is funny. It is cool. It is cute. It is awesome. It is amazing. It is undescribable. and silly. and dangerous. im a doggy lover! tada