Wonderful Radio

Wonderful Radio

Jin-ah, the former leader of once popular girl band "Purple," hosts a radio show called "Wonderful Radio." When the producer of the program is sacked over low ratings, a new guy comes in to...

Jin-ah, the former leader of once popular girl band "Purple," hosts a radio show called "Wonderful Radio." When the producer of the program is sacked over low ratings, a new guy comes in to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sam D (mx) wrote: A sweet little slapstick addition to the Disney Shorts collection.

Phillip Patricia G (nl) wrote: This is elderly abuse. It did have a couple of funny scenes.

Graham D (gb) wrote: Awful action vehicle for Austin. Dire plot, much homoerotic macho grappling and a movie classic, the survival watch strap that transforms into a 100 meter, dual core, 1/4 inch nylon climbing rope. A must for all lovers of bad cinema.

S C (ru) wrote: I like Sarah Silverman but this was painful to watch. Uncreative and extreme "blue" humor that any comedian worth his or her salt could have written.

Ben Z (kr) wrote: What an extraordinary short film from Andrea Arnold {Red Road}. Equal measure heartrending equal measure moving.

Ian R (it) wrote: beautiful and charming. Characters and locales might be far removed from our experience, but thanks to the tenderness and intimacy of the story, the acting and the direction, it is never alien. always understated, this is another fine example of Argentina's burgeoning new wave.

Claudette A (fr) wrote: Maybe I'll get to see all the Green Gables series by the end of the week with over 12 hours of film. In this film, Anne doesn't have the same enthusiasm as she did as a child.

nekojin4592 s (kr) wrote: I don't really care for western and war stuff at all and this movie just sums it up. It doesn't even interest me in the least bit at all. If anyone like this go on ahead and watch it, but leave me out of it.

Dinar Sinta Augustina D (ag) wrote: Quest for the broken pieces of a ,agic mirror.. a bit slow

John M (gb) wrote: "Macabro" is a very strange film and quite disturbing which is the theatrical debut of Lamberto Bava.This film isn't gory, it is all about the athmosphere and creepy mood and though it has a slow pacing it keep you interested and it never turns boring.

Robert G (fr) wrote: Starts out interesting but loses focus in the second, Exorcist wannabe, half.

David K (de) wrote: Great movie almost cried a few times

Kevin R (ag) wrote: Nothing is ever hopeless Philippe Delambre has returned to his father's estate to determine what aspects of his life he can pick up and carry on. Philippe decides to begin executing the scientific aspects of his father's experiments for money. His uncle, Francois, tries to stop him from putting his own life in danger. Before everyone knows it, there is a new fly/human swap and revenge to be had for those responsible. Will innocent victims become victims of the family business? "You can't divide a business like a sack of apples." Edward Bernds, director of Joy Ride (1958), The Storm Rider, Valley of the Dragons, White Lightening, Gasoline Alley, and Blondie's Heroes, delivers The Return of the Fly. The storyline falls in line well with the previous picture and is worth following. Vincent Price is not utilized as well as the previous film and the overall plot is just average. The cast delivers okay performances and includes Price, Brett Hasley, John Sutton, and David Frankham. "Just a moment my fine, fat, friend." The Return of the Fly aired during a Vincent Price marathon this past Halloween. I had thoroughly enjoyed the original and looked forward to viewing this picture. Overall, I found this movie entertaining and a worthwhile sequel. It is nothing special overall and an above average addition to the old school horror genre. "He destroyed the machine because it destroyed him." Grade: C+

Anna B (us) wrote: When dancing... lost in techno trance. Arms flailing, gawky Bez. Then find you snagged on frowns, and slowly dawns... you're jazzing to the bleep tone of a life support machine, that marks the steady fading of your day old baby daughter. And when midnight sirens lead to blue-flash road-mash. Stretchers, covered heads, and slippy red macadam, and find you creeping 'neath the blankets, to snuggle close a mangle bird, hoping soon you too will be freezer drawered. Then welcome... mmm... ooh, chemotherapy wig, welcome. In Jam. Jam. Jam. Jam. Jam. Jaaaaam.

Sophie W (us) wrote: Being one of the most iconic Disney movies of all time, The Lion King already has quite a name for itself. It is truly a 'coming of age# film t be enjoyed by all ages. The music is catchy and widely popular, the characters have an astounding range from comedy, to drama and villainy. Some movies are only as good as their villains, and as Scar poses a very real threat to all other characters, whist still retaining a sense of humour and irony, this film is worth 5 stars.