My Wife Got Married

My Wife Got Married

It all started with football. Deok-hoon falls in love with In-ah, who shares his love and passion for the sport. They quickly become lovers and he proposes. After her initial refusal, they ...

It all started with football. Deok-hoon falls in love with In-ah, who shares his love and passion for the sport. They quickly become lovers and he proposes. After her initial refusal, they ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mats V (au) wrote: Nobody in the movie presented an argument in favor of their aims, not to mention their methods. They failed to make the case why we should not think that they are terrorists. And since this McGowan guy was not a hugely charismatic then I did sympathize with his situation.

JoMarie R (de) wrote: learned a lot about the artist, his talents, downfall and relationships.

Tori D (ag) wrote: It's always good to see Karloff and Lugosi in the same flick. Its well-rounded, and entertaining. A solid thriller that pleases.

Chris H (ag) wrote: Feels like a homemade movie, but with a pretty good one.

Cthonus C (nl) wrote: A Finnish take on 'Sex, Lies and Videotape'. Interesting but few characters are actually likeable enough to empathise with.

Aj V (br) wrote: A fun, entertaining, enjoyable comedy, very funny for the most part. I liked it.

John N (ru) wrote: A music teacher's worst nightmare!

Trevor M (mx) wrote: Failing in every aspect of the filmmaking process, Night of the Lepus is hands down one of the worst experiences a moviegoer can have. This is really only about a 60 minute movie stretched to 90 minutes by reusing shots and none of those shots are any good to look at. The only person who would like this movie would be someone who wants to watch thousands of bunny rabbits get mowed down with a machine gun, and even that is boring and poorly done. The original reels of this movie should be found and burned for the sake of humanity.- Details Breakdown -The Good: There is a fairly original premise here. Granted, the whole "small creatures are turned giant and eat people" concept has been completed exhausted, but this is the first killer rabbit movie I have seen ever, unless that rabbit from Monty Python's Holy Grail counts. The rules of the world are fairly logical and normal means are still useful for dispatching the furry fiends unlike many giant animal monster movies where they are given a strange invulnerability to knives and firearms. This movie acts as a good deterrent against attempted ecosystem regulation and alteration seeing as the entire message of the movie is essentially "don't **** with nature". Another good use of this movie is a way to increase the suicide rate in moviegoers.The Bad: Basically everything from the opening shot to the time the credits roll is a disaster. The movie is only 90 minutes, but it feels like 2-3 hours, which is an impressive feat. One of the biggest things that bugged me the most was the constant reusing of shots. Large portions of the shots in the movie were simply reused. Over and over and over again. If one were to take out all of the repeated shots, the movie would probably run at only 60-75 minutes, making it not even quality as a feature film potentially. The acting is absolutely abysmal, even for the 1970's and every time a character speak, an angel looses its wings and falls to earth and breaks its neck. The little girl in this movie is so obnoxious that I would have preferred 90 minutes of a giant rabbit slowly eating her. I was not aware that a voice that annoying existed or could come from a fellow human being. This movie is slow and tedious and extremely not scary. The giant killer rabbits are laughably funny for the first part of the movie until the shots of them are constantly reused and then it just gets sad. Rabbits are not naturally scary looking and so the PD department tried their best to make them look menacing, but there really was not much they could do. The movie is essentially about a bunch of giant cute animals that roam into town and then get ruthlessly mowed down in the thousands by the military. The themes of this movie are extremely problematic. This film somehow manages to be anti-science and even anti-bunny rabbit. I'm pretty sure the writers were somehow mauled by a rabbit in their childhood and decided to write a movie where they could slaughter them. They do not even kill them in imaginative ways like in a normal monster movie. Basically the only thing used to kill these things are firearms and then once at the end, an electrified train rail. No one wants to watch cute bunny rabbits get shot with machine guns and hunting rifles until the bodies start to form a small mountain. The absolutely ridiculous anti-science tone of this film was pretty embarrassing to behold because they appear to be actually serious. The movie basically blames science for messing around with nature and clearly the result of science is giant mutated killer bunny rabbits (that somehow eat people even though they are clearly herbivores and stay that way even in the movie). The premise of this movie is not a freak accident like one might assume, but actually a lesson that is being shoved down the audiences' throat: SCIENCE IS BAD FOR HUMANITY. Stupid hippies.

Alex W (es) wrote: man has to deal with a changing world, kids who don't want his life, and a dash of racial intolerance, nothing you haven't seen before. This movie held my attention despite not much happening. James dean does an impressive bit of acting proving to me hes more then just eye candy.

Leanne W (es) wrote: I'm severly disappointed with this remake of the 1976 classic. There scenes in it that made the film drag on and I wasn't too pleased with the casting or special effects, as soon as it hits the prom scenes, feels like watching final destination. A miga 2/10 from me.

Jeff H (ag) wrote: Still awesome to this day. 5 out of 5 stars. They haven't made an epic like this since.

JamesMasaki R (ru) wrote: Douglas Sirk was the best with female melodramas, and although William Faulker was happy with this adaptation, it does fall short on the emotional side compared to the female-centered Sirk films. Obviously Robert Stack and Rock Hudson are an excellent pair as a flying ace and a newspaper reporter, but the female character of Dorothy Malone was just... there. I do have to say, the plane crash scene where the body comes flying towards the camera was a sudden shock!

Gerardo L (gb) wrote: I really enjoyed this Beautiful Film , but I just wanted a little more scenes with David Duchovny(Mulder, The X Files)...

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