Young-bin and Ha-mi meet by accident after a row over him ruining her cellphone. She believes he and she were destined to meet, but the problem is, he has blood-type B, making him ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Boyfriend Is Type-B
Young-bin and Ha-mi meet by accident after a row over him ruining her cellphone. She believes he and she were destined to meet, but the problem is, he has blood-type B, making him ...
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F B (jp) wrote: Very good film and story and the ending really took me by surprise and was not as I was expecting. Also quite sad in many ways but very enjoyable.
Shawn S (it) wrote: Not bad. As usual the penguins are the funniest part.
Christopher H (kr) wrote: Lacking for the first forty-five minutes, "Miral" should simply have focused on Freida Pinto and her character instead of venturing off into back story. The entire film before her appearance is forgettable, but Pinto's performance is emotionally powerful and would sell an entire film.
Karen N (ru) wrote: typical pure love movie.....like it a lot......but the ending is just alright......
Leon B (ag) wrote: Review:This movie takes a while to get going and I did find it a bit of a drag in parts. The director wasted an hour at the beginning, on a weak love story and then it switches to a man on the run. From the beginning, the main character seemed a bit strange but the director doesn't really touch on his past. He just drifts along and struggles to live day to life for some unknown reason. Anyway, the acting was average and after the big build up, the showdown at the end was short-lived. Average!Round-Up:Edward Norton is another one of those actors that looked like he was going to have a promising career, but after some bad choices, his career hasnt been that great. From the disappointing Hulk to the average performance in the Bourne Legacy, he hasn't really touched the great performances in the Fight Club and American History X. I've always liked David Morse, but he always seems to act the same in all of his films. On the whole, this is one of those movies that won't really stick out in my head, but there are a couple of shocking moments that keep the movie slightly interesting.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $1millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there deep dramas about a drifter who falls in love with a girl against the fathers wishes. 4/10
Matthew S (au) wrote: John Cameron Mitchell's concept of creating a meaningful character study using largely unknown (and often non-actors) cast who also had to agree to have real sex is interesting in theory but problematic when put into action. Some of the characters and subplots are more effective than others, but none manage to become fully formed. Sofia's story becomes the focus of the movie. Sook Yin Lee has the talent to make her character believable, but the ways in which she pursues her inability to achieve an orgasm never feels "real' and the brief scenes in which we "Sofia" working as a therapist rings painfully false. Sofia feels more like a gay man's concept of woman's sexuality. The other actors and subplots only ever find partial success. The strongest assets of the main cast players are that we do like them. The exception to this rule are two key characters, Jay Brannan and Peter Stickles. Neither actor seems to be able to convey any real emotion other than "bitchy" "vacant" and sort of "creepy" -- and when these two are left alone together it feels forced. Lindsay Beamish gives the strongest performance in the film. Sadly, we do not get to spend enough time with her. The idea of capturing pornographic sex within a valid film production is not new, but I'm unaware of it being so creatively pursued. The graphic sex is not erotic, but it also fails to feel "real" -- even though, it is. It is impossible to tell if this is intentional or not. Though it is to Mitchell's credit that he has not cast people based on "looks" -- the cast is not unattractive but none really conform to societal ideas of beauty.As the film reaches conclusion in a sort of musical finale, the audience is left with an interesting yet unsatisfying experience. All that being said, Mitchell's film has some funny moments and employs a creative style of animation that pulls the subplots together. As we soar through a mix of clay sculpture and animation of New York City seems like a reminder that we are seeing a fake version of reality. Or at least this seems to be the reason. The odd and almost surreal sex club where all the characters gather is more of an idea than an actual place. Viewing this movie on DVD some 8 years after I saw it on the screen, most of my opinions have stayed the same. The one aspect of the movie that caught me on a second viewing was the cast of "sextras" and "extras" -- the movie captures some interesting key players in the NYC Art Scene at the time it was filmed. While John Cameron Mitchell's experimental study of human sexuality never quite works, it is interesting to watch it try.
Jurijus K (fr) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. Watched it for the first time 17 years ago and still loving it today. Seen it 10+ times. It's so trashy that it's good.
Paul D (it) wrote: The film has a fast pace in part due to its quick edits and cuts throughout. Worthy, but has a style that has to be tolerated.
Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Josh K (nl) wrote: The cinematography and music are great, especially for the time. The acting is good for the most part. But the script and pacing are mind-numbingly slow. They could have easily cut out an hour or more of this movie and it would be much more watchable.
Joe M (de) wrote: Yikes. I'm pretty much in support of most of the ideas this movie vomits at you, but ideas can only get you so far when you have incompetent filmmakers. I know that might seem kind of harsh considering the director/star is a first-timer behind the camera (which the movie, seemingly apologetically, tells you at the end knowing full well it's a shit show), but top to bottom from the directing and editing and screenwriting, it just doesn't work.And like several people I've read talking about the film have mentioned, I thought the movie was a documentary heading in. It should've been. The women behind the movement deserve better.