Spring Breeze

Spring Breeze

The cheapest and the stingiest! A man, who has never spent a dime on a date... A man, who prefers to double up on layers of thermals in the winter, instead of turning on the heater... A man, who insists on using his beeper in this 21st Century, a.k.a. The Age of Mobile Phones, to save his phone bill... He is the cheapest man alive! He's the infamous stingy writer, Seon-guk! As he wrestles with his unfinished (and very delayed) manuscript, an unexpected woman moves into his house. "I'm a respected man! I cannot live with a vulgar woman like her!"

The cheapest and the stingiest! A man, who has never spent a dime on a date... A man, who prefers to double up on layers of thermals in the winter, instead of turning on the heater... A man, who insists on using his beeper in this 21st Century, a.k.a. The Age of Mobile Phones, to save his phone bill... He is the cheapest man alive! He's the infamous stingy writer, Seon-guk! As he wrestles with his unfinished (and very delayed) manuscript, an unexpected woman moves into his house. "I'm a respected man! I cannot live with a vulgar woman like her!" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Spring Breeze torrent reviews

Monte M (br) wrote: One of the best crime movies I've ever seen, full of twists, without the facade of Hollywood beauty.

Sheila C (de) wrote: Very entertaining cat and mouse chase in an exotic setting

Danny M (nl) wrote: The dialogue is on par with that of a Power Rangers episode, as are some of the villains (one of which is covered in third degree burns and rides around in a metallic dragon mobile stealing children). There is very little action in this film, with even less martial arts. It is obviously a more story driven film, I just found myself too distracted by the over the top silliness that they tried to mix with the stone faced characters.

Kilo D (br) wrote: Arguably the best monologues save "JFK" in any Oliver Stone picture. Being a fan of Bogosian's work, "Talk Radio" has a special place in my heart and it's pure electricity.

Ben G (it) wrote: Bill Cosby has proven that you don't need to be dirty to be genuinely funny. The man is brilliant.

Ian B (mx) wrote: Death Wish is an extremely thought provoking revenge thriller that's very much a product of its time. Charles Bronson plays an average liberal New Yorker who's wife is murdered and daughter raped by a street gang, and than decides to take the law into his own hands. The film raises a lot of interesting questions about vigilantism in society, but does so in a very exploitive way. Bronson basically roams the streets waiting to be mugged so he can take out as many thugs as possible. The film definitely glorifies violence, but also does a good job of showing the helplessness average people feel after such extreme events in their life. Bronson gives one of his best performances and the film has plenty of atmosphere and suspense, but the script is lacking and certain aspects of the film haven't aged well (such as the hilarious bright red paint used for blood). An important, if slightly flawed, 70's classic.

Matthew S (ag) wrote: Aside from having been made by one of the most important American Filmmakers of all time, Hal Ashby, this film stands alone. And it is one my all time favorite movies. To see it is to love it. Eccentric, funny, touching and vitally human. Hal Ashby's movie has earned its place in many of our hearts.

Brian B (ca) wrote: Nick and Nora return and this time, they have a baby. Hilarious as always, but this time a very interesting solution to the mystery. Also I loved the scene where Nick defended his wife and family against threats with a punch. Great scene.

Martin R (ag) wrote: A lot of talk and not much action. Haley Joel Osment is a chip eating dwarf.

Kenneth L (nl) wrote: Some interesting observations contemplating instantaneous presence anywhere at will.

Sam A (fr) wrote: This was one of Hitchcock's more intriguing films and the last 30 minutes were tense as hell. Strong performances by all of the cast and interesting relationships between characters make for a great watch. My gripe here is Hitch's reliance on painted backdrops in sound studios, the giant ship in 'Baltimore' is horrible looking and detracts from the film because Hitch felt uncomfortable shooting on location. His old fashioned nature shows here as he began to struggle to keep up with modern cinema after being the benchmark of it for so long.

Jens L (nl) wrote: ...the critics liked it...maybe they just had been happy to see things they already had known...who can look into a critics head...and honestly...does somebody really wanna do that? Anyway...got off track again over my favorite topic ;) at least better than the Babbadook...which the critics loved even more :D