Woman on the Beach

Woman on the Beach

Stymied by writer's block while crafting his latest script, director Kim Jung-rae persuades his friend Won Chang-wook to drive him to a beach resort—where he promptly becomes involved with Chang-wook's girlfriend. Abandoning her and taking up with another woman, Jung-rae winds up creating enough drama to inspire his writing.

Stymied by writer's block while crafting his latest script, director Kim Jung-rae (Seung-woo Kim) persuades his friend Won Chang-wook (Tae-woo Kim) to drive him to a beach resort—where he promptly becomes involved with Chang-wook's girlfriend (Hyun-jung Go). Abandoning her and taking up with another woman, Jung-rae winds up creating enough drama to inspire his writing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Leonardo M (us) wrote: que asco de pelicula...

Lisa R (br) wrote: An interesting doco about the 3 members of Pussy Riot imprisoned in Russia. Featuring footage from their trial, their performances, rehearsals and most enlightening interviews with the girls parents, who in some instances are torn between support and shame.I'm glad I know more about these performance artists who stand up for what they believe in.

aaron s (ca) wrote: Awkward and for the most part unfunny, not up to superman standards.

Danny R (kr) wrote: Glen Morgan's atmospheric, well-crafted remake of the 1971 cult-classic horror film that starred Bruce Davidson. It's about a sociopathic misfit named Willard Stiles, impressively played by Crispin Glover, a thirty-something loner living at his rundown family mansion in suburban Westchester County in New York with his bedridden, possessive, belittling, elderly mother, well-played by Jackie Burroughs, he is still haunted by the death of his imposing manufacturer father. He owes his job to his late father, who because of bad debts was forced to sell his share of the business to Frank Martin, superbly played by R. Lee Ermey, but stipulated in the contract that Willard was never to be fired. The sadistic Frank hates the weak Willard and never misses a chance to humiliate and badger his old partner's son, making the younger man's life a living hell. But things about to change when one day Willard discovers rats in the basement of the mansion because of the old houses in the neighborhood being sold and the new owners remodeling them forcing the rats to move into his Willard's mansion basement, he therefore first tries getting rid of the rat infestation with the usual pest control traps but decides to befriend them after feeling sorry for a white rat he caught in a sticky glue trap, and in a change of heart he sets him free. He keeps the rats in his basement as pets, and the smart white rat becomes his best friend and is given the name Socrates, and is allowed to sleep with him. Another rat about as big as a small dog, which he names Big Ben, but looks upon him with disfavor because he doesn't obey his commands like Socrates. Willard fines that he possesses a strange gift in controlling the thousands of rats in his basement who understand him, for the exception of the fearsome Big Ben, for he is smart as well. Willard will use his lethal army of rats for some bloody revenge on his tormentors, especially his nasty boss. Astute direction by Morgan, with striking cinematography by Robert McLachian, and terrific CGI visual effects that make the 500 real rats use in the film seem like thousands. Entertaining and very creepy. Highly Recommended.

Linda K (de) wrote: Beautiful film that explores the depth of a relationship between humans and wild animals. Very touching have plenty of Kleenex handy!

Tom H (de) wrote: Good movie. Spencer Tracy is wonderfully entertaining as the strict father of 4 boys on a cattle ranch.

Scott R (kr) wrote: It was fun with some action. I was initially interested in the plot with the cheesecake, but then it took a turn for anti nazi propaganda. The plot to attack the battleship with a boat loaded with explosives made me think of the uss cole attack, and Syriana. It was fun, and I got to practice German too. I enjoyed the dachshund too named Hansel, he made quite a few appearances and sacrificed his life on the boat.

Davy S (mx) wrote: Classic teenage angst movie.

Gman H (mx) wrote: I thought I'd give this a watch after reading a lot of praise for it. A good refreshing horror movie. Not quite your usual run of the mill crap.Suspense, gore & keeps you hooked for the most part. Definitely worth a watch. [6.5/10]

Zidan D (ag) wrote: from the heart of reality's darkness , he found a peaceful place and grow up.