The film originates from the great river story Taebaegsanmaek consisting of 10 volumes and is written by Cho Jeongrae. The story tries to describe and reveal a few generations-lasting conflicts between the haves (proprietors) and have-nots (peasants), which develop into right wings and left wings respectively. While revealing why and how the conflicts come about, the story depicts every corner of real life -- romantic, shamanic, and Confucian aspects of the contemporaries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Based on the great river story, (Taebaegsanmaek) The Taebaek Mountains chronicles the lasting generational conflict between proprietors and peasants in South Korea.
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Pranav K (ru) wrote: Ram Gopal Varma is back and how! Of course, he has the advantage of choosing a sensitive issue that is close to all of our hearts, but the film has been made beautifully technically. Cinematography, camera work, background score, sound mixing, etc. are all superb. Credit goes to the director for extracting such brilliant performances from the only two central characters all the way down to the side artists. My favorite part of the film is the scene in the morgue.
Phillip S (es) wrote: "The Secret World of Arrietty" reminds me very much of "Kiki's Delivery Service," a cute, family friendly movie that acts as another great installment in in Studio Ghibli's exceptional filmography.
Renta T (fr) wrote: Shoot me, but it's beautiful. It's everything one needs for consoling. Or in need for a laugh. I loved it for the second time even better.
Bruno P (de) wrote: a lil bit too superficial :-(
grace g (mx) wrote: this is quite refreshing with a strong female character and not a typical romance movie. good one!
Alice S (ca) wrote: Not often does Evansville see the return of a native son-turned-Hollywood Top Dog, so Showplace East was brimming with eager viewers on the night of Michael Rosenbaum's movie screening + talkback, hoping to rub elbows and share their I knew-you-whens. Not having watched much "Smallville" but always having been a fan of his chrome dome, I enjoyed Rosenbaum's Dane Cook-y stand-up persona which, albeit fratty, livened up the typical Q&A format. "Back in the Day" is a raunchy, nostalgic, coming-of-middle-age, high school reunion romp, and while that trope is trite, Rosenbaum brings some smart surprises to the lewd/scatological genre: the rude-nude-dude bouncing along in the pick-up truck and the slo-mo close-up of his giblets; the hiding in the shower dual vomiting scene, and my favorite, the homage to Hitchcock's "Psycho" shower scene with the illusory flash cuts and colored water going down the drain. The men are all pretty much the same, the women are also pretty much the same, and the small-town loser stereotypes are a bit stale, but Sarah Colonna plays a great wallflower with secret bondage fetish, Morena Baccarin is sassy and accessibly beautiful in a "regular girl" role, and Rosenbaum's likable straight man who does the honorable thing in the end is all the more impressive after having seen his real life dude-brah persona. The script does rely too much on flashbacks, but it was nice to see familiar Evansville and Newburgh scenery. The movie ends well with the half-patronizing but ultimately comforting thumbs up on Jim's ubiquitous insurance-shilling ads.
Trey W (de) wrote: Too stupid for words. I didn't even make it through the whole movie. I mean not really funny.
Mark K (br) wrote: It has a few forgetable moments but theres some interesting writing and animations in these three segments.
Cari L (gb) wrote: I loved this movie when I was a kid!!!
Skyler B (br) wrote: I love the title of this movie. I can see it now: Mob Boss: "Why hasn't anyone killed this guy that's after me?!" Thug: "Well, sir... he's just hard to kill!"
Yolanda C (jp) wrote: my parents owned this movie and they considered it one of their favorite westerns..i like to watch it now because it reminds me of them, they are passed away now, and I also like GreyEagle, I'd fall for a guy like him anytime
Andrew S (ag) wrote: The original was mostly just a gore-fest but I must say that this sequel actually had some interesting points and a fairly decent plotline. The rage shown by Brendan Fletcher is notably realistic and commendable.
Hassam A (br) wrote: Brings nothing new to the romcom genre and the leads neither have the charisma nor chemistry to elevate this film to anything more than a forgettable addition to the genre.