Money Show

Money Show

"Short! Short! Short! 2009" is an anthology film commissioned by the Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The film consists of 10 short films centered around the theme of "Money," made by 10 up & coming directors in South Korea.

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Money Show torrent reviews

Gregory S (fr) wrote: Willfully precious but enjoyable film if you tap into Miranda July's style of humor.

Bolaji L (us) wrote: almost a documentary - think carefully about race and government

Brian B (au) wrote: The obligatory sequel to a terrible movie. Somehow this one is slightly better than the first. I said slightly, so its not enough for a full star.

Shawn W (us) wrote: Young mute daughter starts speaking in the voice of her father, who was murdered 16 years earlier in a mob hit. Several former mobsters at the girl's mom's legitimate drive-in business die in mysterious deaths. A paranormal psychologist tries to piece the phenomena together. Scenes copied from The Exorcist added to the entertainment value.

Brandan W (es) wrote: I haven't seen this movie in yearsThe memories I have are blurry but I can say without fear of equivocation, that this was a fairly scary and creepy movie; specially for those who have clownphobia.The premise was pretty good and interesting for a fast paced slasher flick. So three escaped convicts "hide" in a big classy house where three kids are left alone.The atmosphere of the house was truly creepy. Accompained to that, there were also decent death scenes provoked by the convicts.Overall this is an entertaining slasher flick that worths a watch... specially if you have clownphobia.

cli o (br) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Zachary C (gb) wrote: For it's time, this movie is Good, another one hard to find on DVD

Suvi L (br) wrote: I kind of liked the way society was explored by the help of jokes and subtle satire. You can also spot some familiar bits from the age of slavery.

Chad M (br) wrote: The Sorcerers Apprentice & Night on a Bald Mountain / Ave Maria are some of the best musical moments attached to a film ever created. Simply beautiful. The rest however, falls kind of flat.