Based on the novel 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses,' this film is set in aristocratic 18th-century Korea at the end of the Chosun Dynasty. The irresistible temptress Lady Cho asks her cad of a younger cousin, Jo-won, to deflower the innocent young Soh-ok, who is to become her husband's concubine. But, his attentions soon shift to the graceful and aloof Lady Sook, who lives according to her convictions as a Catholic. Jo-won becomes obsessed with seducing this chaste woman who has remained celibate for nine years since her husband's death. However, conquering the most virtuous woman in the land proves to be more difficult than Chosun's notorious playboy expects.
- Stars:Mi-suk Lee, Do-yeon Jeon, Yong-jun Bae, Hyeon-jae Jo, So-yeon Lee, Ban-ya Choi, Ha-kyeong Kim, Sang-wu Pyo,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Je-yong Lee,
- Writer:Dae-woo Kim, Hyeon-jeong Kim, Choderlos de Laclos (novel), Je-yong Lee
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(jp) wrote: great story and great message a movie everybody should love to see!
(gb) wrote: Violent, gritty, intense. It doesn't try to tell any elaborate story, it's just brimming with testosterone, as it should.
(es) wrote: Apollo 18 is a found footage movie that doesn't make any sense. There are so many questions that weren't answered, and consider that it's "found footage," I don't see how it is. The beginning was dull, and it's like the filmmakers don't know how to make a proper introduction. Things kind of kick in in the middle, but I had to go through a boring beginning to a middle where things are going on a little. The scares are limited, there's like three or four scares in the movie, and they all weren't effective to me. The best part are 10 minutes in the end where things go crazy and it got me interested, and then it also got me confused. The effects were nice for what it is, but at this point, the movie is just a bunch of nothing going on. There are some stuff going on, but I didn't get that invested into it. The movie was too late to do something interesting.
(us) wrote: One of those rare sequels that are better than the original.
(mx) wrote: The Dark Knight Rises is a rousing epic but it's plot line is shoddy and it's purpose is unclear. Neither is the villain as colorful or visceral as The Dark Knight's Joker.
(ca) wrote: don't play this game
(ca) wrote: its nice to see salma and penelope together however the movie is forgetabble
(mx) wrote: Jim Carrey's pretty gosh darn funny.
(mx) wrote: I don't know what's worse...the fact I watched this movie or the fact I watched this movie...Richard Gere plays a man going through a midlife crisis who decides to take up dancing with J Lo as his insturctor....a romance ensues between the 2 during dance lessons. It's cheesy predictable and Gere overacts. I'm a Gere fan but this was one of the cheesiest films I've ever seen.Susan Surrandon was wasted here also.
(jp) wrote: Best movie of my childhood and still love it <3
(de) wrote: Good movie...This is basically a fantasy story that uses the King Arthur legend. Gere's Lancelot is a wandering mercenary in a medieval land who becomes a Knight at Connery's round table, and ends up clashing with Connery's Arthur over his bride,Julia Ormond, amid the backdrop of a land under threat from a tyrant. Among the things that make this movie great are the cinematography, the sets(especially Camelot and the beautiful Welsh countryside), the superb score, the action sequences and the refreshing aura of innocence and lack of cynicism which is reinforced by some of the minor characters like Peter and Mark. Gere is one of my favorite actors. He's taken a lot of flak from those who are probably jealous of his good looks. This guy can act and he's convincing as the brilliant swordsman. Ben Cross is excellent as Gere's Nemesis, Connery adds his big presence and Ormond looks good as the lovely lady of Lyonesse. I liked it.
(br) wrote: A pretty kick ass ending cannot save what is largely a mundane two hours. It's good to see a film, albeit it an old one, fighting for the rights of those living in the rain forest, but this film should have been much more focused on its message and less focused on action and scantily clad tribal women (who, in typical Hollywood fashion, all look like models). Instead of a dramatic film about reconnecting a son with his family after years apart, and the ensuing struggle of ideas that come with the two cultures clashing, we get a campy actioneer with some decent visual flourishes.
(gb) wrote: WarGames is a wonderful dramedy for those who enjoy computers and hated the overacting of that flick Hackers. It doesn't speak down to you, but it also doesn't implement those fake computer graphics that existed for the sake of that terrible movie.As it's own movie, it stands up wonderfully, but managed to be eclipsed in its time by Episode IV of Star Wars, and so, this movie now stands in somewhat obscurity to the audiences of today.Things to note:*Interesting computer tech in Matthew Broderick's room*Nostalgia (you love it)Definitely a must-see if you aren't just a popcorn movie person.
(us) wrote: Made me feel sorry for the military.