Like a Virgin
Chubby high school student and Madonna-devotee Oh Dong-ku is a trans woman living with her abusive, alcoholic father. Dong-ku works part-time to save money for the sex reassignment surgery she craves. Despite being told that she has the perfect physique for Korean wrestling, Dong-ku has no interest in taking up sports — but when she finds out about an upcoming tournament with a large cash prize going to the winner, she changes her mind and signs up for the team.
- Stars:Yun-shik Baek, Kyeong-ik Kim, Yun-seok Kim, Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Eon Lee, Jae-goo Lee, Sang-a Lee, Yun-hong Oh, Yeong-seo Park, Deok-Hwan Ryu, Mi-yeong Yun,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Hae-jun Lee, Hae-yeong Lee,
- Writer:Hae-jun Lee, Hae-yeong Lee
OH Dong-gu believes himself to be female. Although overweight and on the short side, he dreams of becoming the perfect some day, and he devotes himself to mimicking Madonna's singing and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Like a Virgin torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Very bad not scary horror and why would a actor spend most of the film laying in a pool of crap.
(ag) wrote: Que horror!!!! como perd hora y media de mi vida
(it) wrote: Totally enjoyed this movie and surprised to see quality acting, realistic and believable from the cast with many having little or no experience. Am I a less demanding, no, far from it. I appreciated the subtle references to the game. A battleship that manoeuvres like a sports car, well it just made it fun. Very good acting does not always require the heavy overplayed drama, it requires believability in what ever situation the character is in and this entire cast accomplished just that. Loved the tomboy portrayal from Rihanna, and Brooklyn Decker's 'not-a-softy' character. Taylor Kitsch nails it as a fearless but not too sure of himself warrior who doesn't give up. Tadanoubu Asano believable. Hamish Linklator's character I'm afraid truly portrayed how most of us would be in that situation, bravo. Jesse Plemons was spot on as a young seaman who has never seen battle. Bravo
(jp) wrote: As I'm an anti-germany (including Nazis) and fan of True stories from those time, I expected something different before the movie. the story is a true story. it releaves how germany cheated 7th Olympic Game. however, it lacks good acting and script to make the movie interesting.
(ca) wrote: really funny. it was like alien version of a driving test. for them they had to abduct a sleeping human by using the buttons in their space ship. i love movies about aliens.
(au) wrote: The movie is great i like how Stephen Chow's made the scene with the kid doing the buddha's hand from the movie kung fu hustle. but what ruin the movie was the treatment giving to the creature in the dog scene & the toilet scene. 'I get it' he supposed to be upset with the creature, but they over did enough to make the kid look a bit psycho. I'm hoping for a sequel and make them funny stuff like in the kid dream. keep the creature sense of humor as is.
(us) wrote: Enjoyable probably only if you are into Japanese culture. The film drags at times, but the performances of the four school girls/band members are all engaging. Especially Son, whose quixotic expressions seem to drive the whole high school zeitgeist experience.
(au) wrote: Few films trascend in an ironic, philosophical way; Synecdoche, New York is one of them. Kaufman does it once again, he writes a wonderful script and for the first time portrays his own written idea in footage. The film can get weary or tyring at some point, but in the end it completes itself as a beautiful masterpiece. Surreal and thought provoking, it will leave you with existential questions and a dreary (in a good way) mood.
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(gb) wrote: Cheesy, good old fun with a splash of excitement and fun.
(de) wrote: An unemployed advertising executive (Danny DeVito) takes a job teaching an underachieving class of Army recruits in this fish-out-of-water story. His radical tactics, though frowned on by the Army,... An unemployed advertising executive (Danny DeVito) takes a job teaching an underachieving class of Army recruits in this fish-out-of-water story. His radical tactics, though frowned on by the Army, help the students learn, and in turn the kids teach him a thing or two.
(kr) wrote: Subtle and well performed, Odds Against Tomorrow is a standard issue piece of noir filmmaking. Yet another heist movie, this one focuses more on backstory than the actual crime. That approach is refreshing, since we already know the heist is going to completely go wrong at some point. They always do.Featuring some great shots, this has the look of a classic crime caper, replete with the tough guy dialogue. All the players in this piece are down on their luck small time crooks in need of a break. As one would expect, superb performances are delivered by Ed Begley as Dave and Harry Belafonte as Johnny.Security/getaway driver, Earl, is a royal son-of-a-bitch. His shameless racist rants quickly get on the nerves of his partners in crime. Despite their protests the guy is relentless in his prejudiced diatribe. Dave and Johnny both know that they have a job to do, but they can at least get along, goddamnit. As you would expect, Earl's intolerance leads to their ultimate demiseThe only gripe I have about this is the shoddy editing at the end. There's no lead up to the final disaster. It's just, BLAM!, and then the calm after the storm. It's almost like they lost the footage prior to post -production and just threw together what they had. I'm joking of course, I'm sure the director got coverage, but for some reason chose not to use it. Seriously, the last sequence of shots is a jumbled mess.Also, the lead up to the climax is a little baffling. I understand that Harry Belafonte's character is more than a little pissed off, but you'd think he'd focus more on self preservation than revenge. Despite this, there is a payoff at the conclusion. The last uttered line is both ironic and macabre. Always end on a high note...
(ca) wrote: 69/100. Good pre-code crime drama. Loretta Young is surprisingly effective and gives a freshness to the movie. It's a rather ordinary story, but it's well handled. The gowns and clothes by Adrian are magnificent. Fine photography and the art direction is very good.
(ag) wrote: **Not as bad as I thought it was going to be, but still not good, After Earth is yet another misstep for director M Night Shyamalan, whose film boasts some awful dialogue and a number of plot points that are either just stupid or don't make any sense.