The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years

A 13 year old girl who lives with her widowed mother in a town in Korea. Somewhat withdrawn and living in dreams, her main dream is that her real mother is a famous pop singer. Soo-ah falls in with a delinquent schoolgirl, and after a tense argument with her mother, blurts out that she is not her real mother. She runs away on a train to Seoul to see her "real mother" at a concert and be with her.

13-year-old Soo-ah lives with her mother. After her father passed away a few years ago, her mother runs a diner to support their living, and she's always too busy to have much time taking ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Liam C (nl) wrote: Artistic, uncompromising character study. There should be more of a pay off for enduring such a brutally bleak narrative, though.

John L (us) wrote: Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen. According to this movie, our heroes protecting our border are the bad guys that kill babies crossing the border, and the illegals who circumvent the system are the good guys that deserve a free education on my dime. This movie made me sick. I couldn't make it to the end. Sharon Stone looked horrible too. Get some work done already, lady. You need it.

James H (nl) wrote: WHAT A BAD MOVIE. WHAT MAKES IT SO ATROCIOUS IS HOW BADLY ACTED IT IS, AND BY EVERYONE NO LESS. THE STORY IS STUPID, FILLED WITH SCREWED UP AND OFTEN NASTY CHARACTERS. AN INSULT TO GAYS, STRAIGHTS, BISEXUALS, CANADIANS, CATS, DOGS AND THE HUMAN RACE IN GENERAL.

Randy B (gb) wrote: I love this movie! Although I am not an opera fan, Fanny Ardant makes me love Maria Callas' work, her spirit, her legacy! The film is so beautiful, it makes you feel as though you're there!

Ly K (es) wrote: ggggggggggggggggggggggg

VJ B (au) wrote: First I was like, "Oh, it's based on a play," then I was like, "Wait, it's not based on a play?" Then I was like, "That's the last Alan Rudolph movie I watch."

jerry g (kr) wrote: a very funny & classic comedy what other film would have dracula saying "I don't drink no vine and don't smoke no shitttttt"

Ryan S (fr) wrote: This exploitation film from 1972 turned out to be a surprise feminist manifesto. Easily one of my top twenty films.

Brian S (kr) wrote: Needed more werewolves, as they don't show up until the very end, but actually it's otherwise a hilariously dated, unredeemedly "so bad it's good" flick about a decidedly benign bunch of bikers crossing paths and swords with Satanic monks in California. So much unintentional humor from bad acting, writing direction and editing, not to mention the ridiculous dialogue. Definitely one for riffing on. Don't forget to say your Ooblah Dooblah, 'cause I love you, man.

Mario V (ca) wrote: Best Napoleonic movie ever.

Slavic D (ca) wrote: I loved the first four die hard films, I would rank them 1,4,2,3 . I wish this one was never made . It was pointless , there was no main antagonist , the chemistry was horrible . There will always be only 4 die hard films in my opinion

Tim S (mx) wrote: Once Bitten was released in 1985 and stars Lauren Hutton and a pre-fame Jim Carrey. It didn't do well when it was originally released, but it garnered enough of a fan base from folks who grew up watching it on cable throughout the 80's. In this vampire tale, Lauren Hutton is a sexy vampire lady on the prowl for young blood. With the help of her assistant (Cleavon Little), they find just the type of young blood she craves in Mark (Carrey), a young guy with some relationship problems. The movie is less of a spoof and more of a general comedy instead. Unfortunately, the jokes misfire most of the time and none of the actors really stand out as being particularly funny, especially Carrey and Hutton. Hutton spends her time just being a sexy vampire, which she's very good at, ahem, but Jim Carrey just doesn't seem right for the material. But that's not to say that there isn't any merit to the movie whatsoever. As far as comedy premises go, this isn't a bad one, and I did smile occasionally at some of the situational humor, especially concerning Carrey with his girlfriend and Hutton's interaction with Carrey. But unfortunately, the movie contains just less than middle of the road comedy material.