Winter Butterfly

Winter Butterfly

Head of the household, 11 year-old Jin-ho lives with his sick mother who gathers and sells fire wood. The one thing Jin-ho is most scared about is his mother dying and being left alone in this world. One day he has an argument with her about his friend and goes to the mountains alone to gather wood. However, he has an accident and loses his way. His mother looks for him everywhere but can't find him. Jin-ho wanders around cold and hunger for several days and manages to come down from the mountains safely. He thought of his loving mother who would be waiting for him at home. But Jin-ho didn't know that everything that happened was just the beginning of unhappiness.

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Winter Butterfly torrent reviews

Brian C (br) wrote: Despite some really bad acting, this movie was enjoyable with a really decent story with a team of paranormal investigators finding what they believe is the Devil herself. One by one they get killed off and work to figure out who to defeat the ultimate evil.

Kimberly P (gb) wrote: Not the best acting from Emma Bing and kind of cheesy, but it's a heartfelt movie that rings true for a lot of punk drug addicts. Worth the watch. You definitely feel for the characters.

Carlos I (au) wrote: Pretty rad little entry into the Dead series. Obviously not on par with the original 3, but it's far better than the two that followed. I like the idea of building the city and the commentary of class separation.

movie fan a (us) wrote: i actually liked this movie! afascinating storyline dating bck to the partitioning of india and pakistan

Rosemarie S (au) wrote: good on the dangers of gambling at schools with easy access & "if it's too good to be true then..."

Adam L (kr) wrote: And you thought the "Star Wars" prequels were deplorable. A 104-minute exercise in everything that is wrong with post-handover Hong Kong cinema via writer, producer, director Tsui Hark, who in his prime was one of the former British colony's greatest auteurs.

Jon C (au) wrote: for 2002:one of the surprise hits of the early 2000'sit's got a lot more heart than I rememberthis was the perfect starring vehicle for Nia Vardalos and her rise to fameever wonder what it's like being Greek but having your whole family all up in your life? well, that's what Toula has to go through while also hoping to live her own life far from strict rules and traditionher parents mean well but her mother tells her that no one should tell her how to dress, act or love the way Greeks are usually known forthings change when she meets Ian after getting her act together and she wants to break away from the usual routine her father wants her to followeven if the film feels sitcom-ish there's still a lot of fun supporting characters to help Toula realize her happiness isn't impossiblefamily is family, when it comes to weddings the bride and groom may not come from the same family tree but what matters is becoming a whole new family, doesn't matter if you're born Greek or non-Greeklove is here to stay

Li K (ru) wrote: One of the few movies in my life where I got too grossed out to continue and turned it off.

Private U (fr) wrote: Realistic and gritty depiction of a mercenary-led coup in the mythical African Republic of Zangaro. Parallels closely historical events in countries like Equatorial Guinea and the Comoros. Walken is his usual (pre-_Wedding Crashers_) intense self here. The soundtrack could have been much better. Also, maybe my DVD is just a dud, but the colors are dull in many parts.

Tim S (au) wrote: Death Ship is another one of those movies that I saw the VHS box all the time at the video store when I was young and never got around to watching, but I was always intrigued by it because of that. Now I'm finally getting around to watching it, and unfortunately, it doesn't live up to its great cover art. You have George Kennedy as basically a mad captain, becoming a very good villain, but you also have Richard Crenna and Nick Mancuso, neither of whom really contribute all that much. The film seems to start out like it's a disaster movie, but the disaster happens early on when the Death Ship crashes into the ship that everyone's on and they "find" the Death Ship after being at sea for days. Once they're on board, all sorts of nonsense happens, including the infamous bloody shower scene, as well non-translated German ghosts talking. It sounds intriguing, but it's hampered by a slow pace, nothing ever being explained about the ship other than "it needs blood" and a lack of killings. In fact, the ship kills more people by crashing into the boat in the beginning than later on. It's a pretty tame affair, but it does have some unintentional comedy to it, so if you're interested in seeing it for that, I'd say check it out. It's worth a rental, at least. Not much else.

Michael L (us) wrote: this is not a biopic a la amadeus but rather a bach greatest hits film. the story is told mostly in narration and 80% of the time was wonderfully played bach pieces (25 in all). interesting stylically and lovely to listen to

Harry W (nl) wrote: The horrors of the war are truly brought into perspective in Casualties of War. Michael J. Fox astounds me with a mature peformance after so much teenage-driven cinema, and Sean Penn freaked me out. The events that transpired here were horrible, but the film's depiction of them were excellent. After seeing this film, i no longer became disturbed at the sight of films such as A Clockwork Orange or Poltergeist. It's incredibly dissappointing that this film failed at box ofice, and again it display's Brian De Palma's talent but string of ups and downs.

Kyle J (ca) wrote: One of the best parodies I have seen in a while. They did a great job of making a parody of the action movies from the 80's and 90's. Forte is a genious, and Kilmer is amazing as the villain. Definitely a must see.

Rangan R (nl) wrote: Claims and rejects and the stupid enquiry!This is a television film, a political-thriller-drama from the director of 'Dope'. Inspired by the real 1991 event when president Bush nominated the judge Clarence Thomas to the supreme court. Followed by a former employee Anita Hill, came forward claiming Thomas sexually harassed her while working for him back then which brings an enquiry on the issue before any big decision regarding his new post. Both the sides fight, but it's her alone against the president backing team. How the hearing ends and who wins it disclosed in the remaining part.Good cast, but Kerry Washington was reason the film to shine. Her performance reminded me Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin from 'Game Change'. She won the Emmy Awards for that and now I believe Kerry Washington has a chance to do the same. Apart from her, the story did not look good. It opened so well, followed by strong middle part and then the last act last its charm quickly. Because it was all about one alleging against another and he keeps rejecting them, but that twist I expected never came or its powerful dialogues. Even though it was beautifully made.The reason the movie staying neutral is might be the actual result of the trial. So they kept balancing the contents throughout the narration, yet the as the viewers, we can understand the guilty feelings from the suspect's face. That's how the film silently gives its own verdict regarding whatever the real one was. One of the best television film, but due to its weak conclusion, the people are dissatisfied. Still, it is a good watch, if you are interested in politics to learn how ugly and at a same time how silly it is.7/10