Eun-mo is back in her hometown, Paju after spending three years of soul searching in India. However the reality she returns to is far from comforting as she is faced with a dreaded reunion with her widower brother-in-law, Joong-shik. Almost a decade ago when Joong-shik came to Paju as a student activist futitive, Eun-mo never took a liking to Joong-shik who ended up marrying her older sister, Eun-soo. But she was forced to live with him when a tragic accident took her sister’s life. During a course of three years, Eun-mo gradually discovered she was carrying complex emotions toward Joong-shik. Having felt trapped, she decideed to leave Paju. Eun-mo believed she had resolved all emotional conflicts in India, but as she digs further into her sister’s death, she becomes torn between the truth and her feelings for Joong-shik.
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Dave J (jp) wrote: Monday, April 7, 2014 (2010) Caf DRAMA/ SCIENCE-FICTION At the start of the movie, gunshots are being heard from an independent Caf shop, and then the real story switches back starting one week earlier, starting from a Sunday. It revolves around a caf joint and the people that go to it. It consists a bunch of nobody's because much of the characters doesn't seem to have anything to do with the gunshots that occurred at the beginning. Some of the characters include a person writing a book, two people meeting from a theatre, except the man already has a ring on his finger, a drug addict as well as the drug seller(Jamie Kennedy). And the most bizarre one of all, something that was already been done already called "The Matrix", in which a young 10 or 12 year old girl is seen talking like an adult, telling an overweight man on a lap top that he's a made up person called an 'Avatar'. She tries to instruct him to do something, and he doesn't listen. Both Claire (Jennifer Love Hewitt) and Todd (Daniel Eric Gold) are the only people who work at the Caf shop, with the peculiar thing that they don't know what their boss look like. I mean, it's like how do they even get paid if they don't know what their boss even look like. Anyways, the film was written and directed by Marc Erlbaum, who may have came up the idea by watching "The Matrix" from his laptop, while drinking coffee at Starbucks. 1 star out of 4
Veniea T (it) wrote: I hope that it is good
Private U (ca) wrote: Existential and nihilistic angst and hopelessness in Los Angeles. The number of gay sex scenes become a bit tedious though, as the story is continually interrupted so Araki can indulge in more "brave cinema".
Tyler A (au) wrote: i think it's the most underrated Entry in the franchise ( along with New Nightmare ).good effects ,bad acting,great death scenes ,good movie.its not as good as 1,3,4,7 but better than 6,freddy vs Jason,and 2.one of the problems I had with the movie was that Freddy was born deformed when in "Freddy's Dead:The Final Nightmare we see him as a human that looks normal.I also thought that there are too few kill scenes in the movie.I didn't like Freddy's make up in this movie,it just looks wierd.Over all the movie does have its flaws but I like it.Rating:7/10
Vicky B (mx) wrote: I've seen this movie more times than I should admit. I rented it once in Austin, walked out with it, and promptly drove my car through the pane glass window of the video store (by accident). It's a powerful film. I love Miou-Miou, all the French, the colors,the dancing, the fashion show in Paris, the art classes at the start of the movie, and the post-WW2-ness, and bittersweetness of it. I'm lame, I'm addicted to the History channel, and I love it.
Greg N (au) wrote: Fascinating Sci-Fi. Special effects for 1956 are eye-catching (apart from the Spaceship). Walter Pidgeon is brilliantly cast against type, making up for the rest of the rather wooden cast. Though Robby the Robot steals every scene he's in. Add the eeriest soundtrack and you have a highly watchable and influential cult classic.
Alex B (gb) wrote: It's about a man who thinks he holds his cards close to his chest when everyone around him knows (him) more/better than he knows (himself). Then when he sees how they control/determine his life, he reacts dangerously/disastrously. In the end, helpless/immobilized, he sees that it's every man (or woman) for him/herself. And we see that every man for himself means we all lose.
Chris M (it) wrote: This is one of my favorite short Disney movies.
Graham W (gb) wrote: See, I don't just like arty-farty, blood, gore and superhero flicks!
Clare N (de) wrote: Very FUNNY! A must see for anyone who enjoys witty, sharp comedy. The acting is great.
Michael D (nl) wrote: Crazy. I thought it was glamourizing debauchery at first, but now I think that Pierce Bronson's character was just a figment of Jason's mind and it was his plan to break society from the beginning he just didn't know it. This movie was made for teenage boys who want to see girls scantily clothed and have an excuse for watching debauchery. I didn't really like this movie. It might have been better if it wasn't so heavy handed