A monk renounces his role to become King after his brother is killed. His new Queen is forced to choose sides between her husband and her father from a rival land, which eventually leads to an all out war for sovereignty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jason K (us) wrote: Jung-Woo is hands down one of my fav actors currently (Yellow Sea, Chaser, Berlin File, Unforgiven) and this movie remains as strong as the others. Even more surprising is amongst the hundred or so featured characters in this: every single one is on the same performance level. Fucking amazing work.
Jay D (jp) wrote: With pedestrian storyline & boring dialogues, MTH is definitely some David Dhawan film from '90s except that instead of Govinda here it is Varun Dhawan. If you are fan of Dhawan style of '90s cinema enjoy some lunatic Govinda starrer of '90s & skip this shit instantly. Save your 2 hours.
Penny E (jp) wrote: This movie looks like good people!!!!!
Kathe L (ag) wrote: A good children movie...
Private U (de) wrote: i can recite itchu yan was impressive at that time :-(
Gemma A (jp) wrote: I feel like the only way you would ever like this movie is if you watched it when it came out, and had watched no movies previously to understand that this is a terrible movie. Incredibly cringey when Diane relayed to her father that she slept with Lloyd (despite him telling her he didn't want to know) - and then dreamily adding that "it would be like it didn't happen if I didn't tell you." Enough said. Worst movie ever.
TTT C (fr) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up I had a lot of fun with this one.
Darren H (jp) wrote: Why Shawshank kinda sucks!
Anthony S (ca) wrote: Fassbinder's first feature length film is alright. The title and synopsis is a lot more interesting sounding than the actually film.
R M (de) wrote: This movie is so cool! Drink a few beers and watch with friends. It has all the old effects and a pretty simple story that you will like. You will laugh, be enthralled and have a great time!
Mique W (kr) wrote: So gross-out, so unhumorous, so rampantly vile that is surpasses entertainment and enters into pure vulgarity. Not the fun kind of vulgar, but the annoying bitch ex-wife type.
Des S (it) wrote: This turned out to be different than I thought it was going to be. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.
Eric R (gb) wrote: Night Moves tells the story of an L.A. private detective (Gene Hackman) whom is hired by an Hollywood actress to hunt down her Nympho teenage daughter who lives in the Florida keys. This film does a great job of building around its central character, a no bullshit type guy played brilliantly by Gene Hackman. As a viewer you really feel attached to this detectives hip as he investigates creating this overwhelming sense of mystery as the story continues to unfold. Penn camera work in this film really is fantastic, with one of the best show finales I have had the pleasure of seeing. The other real strength with this piece is the screenplay. There are sooooo many great lines, and some instant lines that I will be quoting for years. The dialogue is sharp just perfect for this type of piece. Each character is really greatly defined, for example the Hollywood Actress, whose flamboyant sexual charged attitude completely fits the construct which her nympho daughter develops. Just a great detective story that unfolds really well, and you gotta love the small little shout out to Eric Rohmer. Man, the 70s really were the shit, best detective stories easily come from this decade.
Michael H (it) wrote: Predictable from the start, and a struggle to sit though, but Thorton and Black's chemistry give you something to talk about.
aurelita (fr) wrote: This movie's plot has been told so many times before that unless you were born after 2000 you will find it slightist interesting. The only difference between this movie and all the others it copy from it's the end, that's its only contribution ...