The movie centers on Hong Gil-Dong (Lee Je-hoon), an infallible private detective with an exceptional memory and quirky personality. While tracking down the only person he has difficulty in finding, Hong Gil-Dong becomes involved in a major case. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Guido S (nl) wrote: A really important piece of history, that as Adichies rightfully says, we talk about in uninformed and unimaginative ways. I liked the direction, the action was great. The writing was spotty at times, and while the story was masterful (from the novel), some dialogue was clunky. More seriously distracting was the score, which seemed like it was musical cues and scoring from another movie, as it didn't fit, was distracting, and forced. Regardless, it's well worth seeing, and hard to watch.
Jeanette R (fr) wrote: The story of a man that needed to find a purpose to live and in the process put an era into great focus. Phil Ochs, a great folk musician in his own right, in the end succumbed to his manic depression and suffered the disparities of wanting to be popular and making an actual difference.
Kevin A (br) wrote: whyyyyyy Bill Murray whyyyyy!!!!!!
Mark K (gb) wrote: a score, especially compared the horror films we have these days
Simon C (au) wrote: Shang Tsung, Lo Pan, and Lana. Your argument is invalid.
Julien C (nl) wrote: It was ok-ish, nothing really exciting and much dj-vu. It's good enough, but there won't be any surprises for whoever has seen a fair share of trillers. The actors are good, Sophie Marceau is charming - although I never actually liked her and Yvan Attal is... well, the same as he usually is. There is a "twist" at the end, but it falls a bit flat on its nose, I think as it's hard to swallow.
John D (ru) wrote: Any movie with DA in it...im sorry. zero stars
Ugi S (it) wrote: As brilliant as Harry Eden's performance, as compelling as Molly Parker's, Pure is a remarkable experiences of cinematic character driven.
Chiek E (kr) wrote: Impressive stuff from Paul Newman as Carrasco the coyote desiring the excellent Claire Boom. A young William Shatner played a wooden preacher.
Nick D (it) wrote: I went ahead and gave it half a star since evidently no stars isn't an option. Let's see...what's to be said of a film shot with a HI-8 camera, edited in probably ten minutes, and somehow distributed. It's awesomely bad, but not as entertaining I fear as Plan Nine From Outer Space and thus forces you to watch in fast forward until the funny parts
Nathan B (de) wrote: Not gonna lie...this movie brings out the gay in me! I have always been a fan of this movie, and it is the only time in the history of the Disney Channel that I've witnessed where the word "slut" and "boobs" were not bleeped out. That said, I love the "Cookie Time" song, and the "Kmart" references...Betty Thomas is AWESOME, as well as Shelly Long...I don't care what everyone else thinks. It may be corny, but it's not "a very special family" corny. If you don't like this movie, please reconsider!
Paul D (au) wrote: The acting is pretty wooden, but the stand out effects enhance its cult status and the monsters are suprisingly similar to (but much predate) those in 'Alien'.
Chris Y (de) wrote: Wow i thot this was just going to be some low budget shit Hercules movie like most of them are but it was really good with good acting not some crappy animation stuff and computer work, well ok some stuff was but not everything. anyone come across one thats as good as this let me know cause i love good movies and im really into all the mythical stuff.
Rishi G (us) wrote: This was so disappointing. The sequel at least has some coherent backstory. This movie is just a bunch of random leaps with little reason for why anything happens (with the exception the queen's motivation).