Action thriller featuring a dramatic race against time and death. After 10 billion won worth of drugs mysteriously disappear, police officer Kang Sung Joo (Ko Su) is faced with the unenviable task of tracking down the perpetrators of the clever coup. During his risky mission for justice, he stumbles into news reporter Seo Yoo Jin (Song Ji-hyo) who has the gift to foresee the future. To his shock, Kang learns that he will be murdered within 24 hours.
- Stars:D.L. Hughley, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Daniel Louis Rivas, Barry Shabaka Henley, Kristen Wilson, Soo Go, Ji-hyo Song, Dong-kyu Lee, Shin-il Kang, Seong-jin Kang, Kyeong-hun Jo, Myeong-jun Jeong, Cheol-Ho Park, Min Kwon, Mun-hong Jo, Jae-in Kim,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Yun-hyeon Jang,
- Writer:Eun-Jeong Kim, Eun-shil Kim
Close to $10 million of illegal drugs, intended to be presented as evidence in court, is stolen from the police as they are transporting it to the station. The police name as a suspect the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Some torrent reviews
(de) wrote: with very few words, Ranbir Kapoor smashes the role as a deaf-mute guy.. Priyanka as his autistic friend is not too bad either.. both disabilities portrayed with aplomb if i may say so.. Ranbir is improving with every movie.. excellent performance.. Ilean D'Cruz puts in a convincing debut too..the brief instances of cinematography of a silent movie added to the background score gives the whole movie a innovative and attractive spin
(de) wrote: This is an interesting example of how the IMF and World Bank can enslave a country and keep them in never-ending debt. I watched this last night using the "Watch it now" feature on Netflix. It's amazing that cheap imported fruit, vegetables and milk can destroy local farming even in the 3rd world.
(kr) wrote: Despite its non-professional cast, Kundun is beautiful religious and spiritual masterpiece which refuses to compromise its artistic values. Kundun is about the life of the 14th Dalai Lama, the exiled political and spiritual leader of Tibet is a compelling journey and Martin Scorsese's most under-appreciated film.
(it) wrote: Great story....great acting
(gb) wrote: If you watched this movie on its own, you might be a little confused as to what all the praise is about; but of course, this is not a standalone film, but rather the third entry in a series that so far encompasses eight films and stands to grow longer in the future. The Up series of documentaries began in 1963, when a British TV program decided to profile a group of seven-year-old British children from different positions in society. It continued in 1970 with a check up on the then-14-year-olds, and with this entry, we see where they are as 21-year-olds in 1977.Some of the kids have grown up in more or less the ways you would expect, while others have become quite different than they used to be. The dominant theme of this entry seems to be uncertainty, as only makes sense for a bunch of 21-year-olds. Several of them are finishing up college, while others are working in jobs they obviously hope to get out of soon. Only one girl, who has married early (we never see to whom) and become a housewife, seems to be on a set path for now, and her case is rather depressing. On the whole they've become much more thoughtful, and take much longer to answer individual questions. The film cuts less frequently between kids than the previous entries, and instead just gives us one or two for a solid 15-20 minutes at a time. It's also interesting that the whole thing has become much more self-conscious now - the film opens with us watching the kids' reactions to watching themselves in the previous two films. They frequently reflect on the series itself and how it impacts their lives.It's a very interesting movie, but it's also just one piece of a much larger picture. I think the series is likely to become progressively more interesting as the kids' lives take on more definite shapes. We'll see how it all turns out.
(ag) wrote: Great film from French master Jean Renoir has some of the best cinematography of trains in any film. A conductor suffers from an uncontrollable urge towards violence that flares up around women, and another man learns that his wife has been unfaithful. A triangle forms between the three that proves itself deadly. Jean Gabin is at his best and also Simone Simon appears in one of her earliest roles. Not to be missed based off of the Emile Zola novel.
(es) wrote: loved it.. bit cheesy at times.. would be great as a west end show