The Day He Arrives

The Day He Arrives

Sang-Joon is a professor in the film department at a provincial university. He goes to Seoul to meet his senior, Young-Ho, who works as a film critic. Sang-Joon stays in a northern village in Seoul for 3 days.

Sang-Joon is a professor in the film department at a provincial university. He goes to Seoul to meet his senior, Young-Ho, who works as a film critic. Sang-Joon stays in a northern village in Seoul for 3 days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Guilherme E (it) wrote: The assets of the film can be considered average in most moments, it builds up what it's supposed to and concludes. About 4 locations for the whole plot, you're not going to see any extras around, which gives a sense of emptiness but you won't feel confined into it. Very provocative and instigating moments of gore can be considered its pinnacle.

Eric H (jp) wrote: Watch this move where the event is more the internal struggle and not the outward struggle of solving the murder mystery. Keep your focus on the character, not the events, and you'll like it a lot more.

Michael A (us) wrote: I thought this was a good effort, there are some stunning visuals in this but I did think it ran about 20 minutes too long. I was also confused by some of the logic also. Both attacks on the road made no sense to me. I was impressed by the idea and also the fact that it was entirely shot around Pittsburgh PA.

Ranran Z (fr) wrote: this was very entertaining....in a bad way... i couldnt stop laughing throughout!! John Lone looks nothing like a woman here...how is it a 'twist' lol??? and production design fail?? doesnt look like the 60s at all...

Barry L (nl) wrote: Washed up baseball player finds himself playing in Japan in this typical sports comedy. Selleck seems stiff and sleepwalks his way through the boring melodramatic script.

Tim M (ag) wrote: "While a film crew are shooting a Dogme 95 version of 'The Duchess of Malfi' in Venice, they are being filmed by a sleazy documentary primadonna and the strange hotel staff share meals which consist of human meat." Transitioning between the film, Malfi, the documentary about that film, found footage and Hotel itself is aided by all being handheld. Awesome argument between Hayek and Liu. Also stars Mark Strong and John Malkovich. Figgis brings back his 4-way split screen from "Timecode". An interesting piece for fans of experimental film. Too long.

Alfous (fr) wrote: one of the best war movies made

Jody N (ag) wrote: JOhn Wayne classic comedy and action all rolled up in one great movie

Alex r (ag) wrote: Nightmares is a well constructed anthology horror film that is very well acted and directed by Joseph Sargent. The stories are pretty entertaining and are fairly creepy in their tone and atmosphere. This is a far different anthology than Creepshow and it works well enough to keep the horror viewer entertained throughout due to its very good stories and immaculate directing. Some stories are a bit too short, and I think that the second one in particular could have been longer as I felt; there was a lot to offer. However despite this, this is a good film that ranks up there among the best horror anthologies. Like I said, this could have been a better movie, and it had the potential of being a memorable feature, but it offers only good entertainment that had plenty of potential to overcome its weaknesses. The stories are good, but there are things that could have been improved upon. However for what it is, this is a worthwhile anthology that is better than say Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, and follows the string of anthology films that has graced the genre of the 1980's. Of course Creepshow is a far better film, but Nightmares still gives you a great time for its hour and a half runtime despite its slightly underdeveloped ideas. You can just imagine how good this one could have been if the script would have been rewritten a few times. This is a film worth seeing for what it is, and it does manage to be quite good even if it is not memorable in the long run.

Lesley C (ru) wrote: such a beautiful movie....a very sad true story....great cast so well done