Silmido

Silmido

On 31 January 1968, 31 North Korean commandos infiltrated South Korea in a failed mission to assassinate President Park Chung-hee. In revenge, the South Korean military assembled a team of 31 criminals on the island of Silmido to kill Kim Il-sung for a suicide mission to redeem their honor, but was cancelled, leaving them frustrated. It is loosely based on a military uprising in the 1970s.

Based on a true story of 1968 Korean Republic Army plan to assassinate North Korean president Kim Il-Sung. 31 criminals and death row inmates are recruited into secret training on the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jim H (kr) wrote: The Cliff's Notes of Hemingway's life, devoid of theme or skeleton, are related in this made-for-television biopic.It is as though the filmmakers simply tried to include one scene for every book, wife, and year in Hemingway's later life, and what the film amounts to is a vague collection of anecdotes that ultimately signify nothing. What anyone who attempts to make a film like this needs to understand is the root of Hemingway's life, fiction, and antics: he was monumentally disappointed in life as a whole. He saw humanity for all the things it is capable of, and through the same eyes, he saw the devastatingly disappointment of reality. You can see this in The Sun Also Rises, in his failed romance during the war, his life-long crippling injury, Hadley's careless loss of his early work, his drunkenness, and his ultimate suicide. All of these events and artifacts serve to spur or become symptoms of a profound disappointment. His antics were an attempt to create adventure in order to make his expectations of life match reality.Of course, none of this is this shoddy, ill-conceived film, and even a contrary thesis would have provided the film with some degree of coherence.

Augusto R (br) wrote: the best family movieso we can remenber what is family all about it

Eva J (us) wrote: Low-key, kind of dark, not a bad little film.

Brent B (fr) wrote: If you don't like this movie then you don't like laughing.

ZACHO D (br) wrote: Yet another solid asian horror movie that would later be remade into American poo poo. See this version and only this version!

Justin M (fr) wrote: Football movie. what more do you need?

Ibrahim A (us) wrote: Well, Adrien Brody pretty much stole the show. He played in such a natural, self-effacing way. I can't seem to get bored of this movie...love, solitude, alcohol, sex, friendship, it's all in it !!!

Mike B (it) wrote: classic junkie actoin/thrilla

TODD T (gb) wrote: Hokey but still a favorite!

Adrian B (de) wrote: A troubled father takes his two young children to the Australian outback and attempts to kill him. Instead he kills himself and sets his car on fire at the same time and the children escape with just the clothes on the back into the desert. There, they find a young Aboriginal and wander off with him, watching and following his extremely primitive behaviour in hunting and wandering the desert and sparse forests. Essentially, the children become self-sufficient thanks to their new friend. Lavishly filmed Australian feature that seems very natural and surrealistic. It sort of remind of the haunting "Picnic at Hanging Rock" released four years later, which also contained a mysterious and fascinating story like this. Australia released some very nice movies out of the 1970's and this is definitely one of them.

Eric H (ag) wrote: Beautifully made and strikingly ambiguous "sequel" to the creepy original. This time, the kids are not so obviously "evil" and while the revelation that they are evolved humans comes completely out of the blue, it is a nice touch.The film looks fantastic, the sharp b&w photography is gorgeous and the script is witty and intelligent. The final revelation as to why the children are here is genuinely chilling. Recommended.

Mitch T (es) wrote: After watching it a second time, Eyes Wide Shut, although a great movie, seems to move slowly and not be as exciting or engaging as I would want it to be. However, its weirdness and uniqueness is a good reason to go and see it.