Touch it and you can see the past! A little girl is kidnapped and murdered in the jurisdiction of gangbuster detective Yang Chun-dong (Kim Kang-woo), 3 years on the job. During the case, he realizes the crime scene is the same as the mysterious wall paper he saw once on the street and starts tracking down Joon (Kim Beom) who drew it. Just then, he is arrested but Chun-dong realizes that Joon had the 'psycho-metry' ability to see the past by touching someone or something with his right hand. He'd lived his life alone blaming himself for his ability but had been drawing clues to crimes with it. However, he becomes a suspect for the murder case. Chun-dong uses Joon's power to track down the real criminal as he believes Joon is the only witness to the case. Will the case be solved?
Writer:Young-jong Lee (screenplay), Jun-hee Han (screenplay), Ho-Young Kweon, Yeong-jong Lee
A little girl is kidnapped and murdered in the jurisdiction of gang buster detective Yang Chun-dong, who fights against the gangs for three years now. Also the case of the murdered girl is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tiffany F (mx) wrote: The description is not accurate. At first I thought this was ATL part two lol. It's a love story and how one of the characters try to save his uncles music studio. A girl falls in love with a guy and the guy falls in loves with another girl who has a boyfriend. In between there's a sucky rap group trying to make it big with their hit hot water cornbread, and girlfriends who always keep it real. Overall, it's alright; you have to have nothing else to watch. Average job done
Moore S (ag) wrote: Too smart for the audience
Ronnie M (nl) wrote: It is a good movie about life :)
Lisa Michelle A (ca) wrote: This is a really confusing film, pretty much all the way through too. I didn't know what was real and what wasn't. Was she really raped or did she black out? They are two questions you constantly have to ask yourself through the entire film. Who's story do you believe? Who's lying? Who's twisting the truth? Added to that all the swearing and sex between all the other characters it's the type of film you have to watch more than once to better understand it more. I've seen it a few times and still don't really know who to believe in the end. A good film, if you don't mind being confused easily!!!
Kim M (jp) wrote: I have no clue what this movie suggests, and because of that reason, I love it.
Jenny (br) wrote: Oh my goodness gracious. One summer me, my sister & our cousin watched this repeatedly and had the entire movie memorized & would repeat the script in our sleeping bags while we were supposed to be going to bed.... so it's a pretty goofy movie but still has a tender place in my heart! (oh yeah and we still remember a lot of the lines after all these years!)
xGary X (jp) wrote: Sugata Sanshiro is the story of a man who, through lessons taught to him by a wise martial arts master, learns important lessons in life. I found this film something of an oddity where it comes to Kurosawa; it was his first film, and I couldn't help but think he had limited creative control over the project. The characters are not particularly well fleshed out, Chee's miraculous catharsis from rabble rousing brawler to enlightened martial artist meant little as you never really got to know him in the first place. His later relationships are cursory at best, only the warmth and mutual respect between he and defeated opponent Takashi Shimura really held any resonance. The villain of the piece is also virtually a cartoon character (Dick Dastardly to be precise!) who may as well have twirled his moustache and gone "Muah-hah-hah-haaaaah!!" every time he appeared, and it all ends very abruptly. The visuals however are pure Kurosawa with some beautifully framed shots of great locations and lovely costumes. The fight scenes are also very well done, preferring to stick to a very realist approach rather than the usual over the top chop socky action of the like of Jackie Chan plus the tournament based format is hugely influential, the obvious starting point for everything from The Karate Kid to Fearless. Hardly the best example of his work, but worth it for the visuals alone.
Timothy J (ag) wrote: Not a great film. And I am glad I didn't pay to see it in a theater. But to watch it at home on a Saturday evening; it is silly and entertaining.
JAMES C (kr) wrote: Creepy. Very creepy little film about a man who develops photos in a Savmart. He becomes obsessed with a family who does business with him. Robin Williams, as the photo man is excellent. Watch it, it's very atmospheric and. Creepy.
Bradley W (jp) wrote: The Railway Man acquaints us with a suspenseful and mysterious gaze into the hard-shelled agony of PTSD.