On a rainy night, Eun-Yi walks home and finds a large blue box on front of her home. When she looks inside of the box she's shocked again to see the named In-Ho, sitting in the box. Ji-Eun ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On a rainy night, Eun-Yi walks home and finds a large blue box on front of her home. When she looks inside of the box she's shocked again to see the named In-Ho, sitting in the box. Ji-Eun ...
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Sarah G (nl) wrote: A truly inspired film exploring life, love, and family through the lens of food. Do not miss this movie!
Richard B (de) wrote: This film really reminded me of Buried with Ryan Reynolds as its just Stephen Dorff in a trunk/box for 90 minutes. He does a good job carrying the film as its entirely him. There are some stupid scenes that are used to fill time and those were bad. The film also had two twist endings and even though I had suspected the first twist I did like that twist and I really hated the second stupid twist and really felt that it hurt how I felt about this film.
Ravi N (ag) wrote: Good fun and excellent views from Star Wars Fan Boys
David A (ru) wrote: This movie has some great corny moments, but there's too much bordom between the cheesy goodness.
cli o (de) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Ray C (it) wrote: good attempt. awesome premise. lacking in the nudity/sex department considering it's about a porn set massacre! Ron is funny and the acting was generally brutally funny. Carmen is stunning. Definitely low budget, not much in the way of special effects. nice attempt, could have been a lot better.
Origami C (fr) wrote: Amy Adams steals the show in this wonderfully hilarious and touching Disney story.
Ben Y (de) wrote: This seemed pretty cool back in the day. But now it's just annoying.
John D (it) wrote: MST3K! Mmmm, Steve Reeves.
Matt T (ag) wrote: What a charming tale! Maybe we really do need someone like "Dave" in the White House.
v h (ca) wrote: Mitch and Colin were married to sisters. Mitch got divorced and Colin's wife died. The two haven't had much contact in the ensuing years so it's quite a surprise when Mitch announces that he's bought two first class tickets to Iceland and insists that Colin join him. Other than both being single men who appear to be about seventy, Mitch and Colin seem to have very little in common. Mitch, a retired doctor, is a pot-smoking perv who thinks it's perfectly acceptable to make lewd comments about women's bodies, even to their faces. Colin is a somewhat reserved retired Australian banker. After landing in Reykjavik, Mitch learns that a much younger second-cousin and her friend are due to arrive the next day so he offers to pick them up at the airport in his rented Hummer and take them out for a night on the town. He finds the women's travel clothes unacceptably frumpy so insists that they first use his VISA to buy themselves more revealing outfits. Because dinner is so much more enjoyable if you can leer at your twenty-something cousin. I breathed a sigh of relief when the women left and the road trip began. The best part - or really the ONLY good part - about "Land Ho" is the scenery. Waterfalls and beaches and geothermal landscapes steal the show. Mitch proves to be an annoying and needy travel companion whose inappropriate comments make almost every encounter cringe-inducing. I kept waiting for some big revelation - he has only six months to live or is in the early stages of Alzheimer's perhaps - but none was forthcoming. It's hard to know quite what to make of this movie. Is Mitch supposed to be funny or pathetic? Is his habit of blurting out every raunchy thought that pops into his head something he's come upon late in life or has he always done it? And if it's the latter, how did he manage to lech his way through a medical career without ever being sanctioned?I recall seeing the preview for this several months ago and thinking it looked good. Unfortunately, I was wrong. A pair of lonely septuagenarian ex-brothers-in-law traveling around Iceland might have made for a nice movie had the writers not decided to play it for laughs by making one of them Grampa Creepy. But the movie's bigger problem is that virtually nothing happens. There's no story. There's no character development. The dialog is sparse. There are random music-video-like scenes of the men joyfully dancing amidst breathtaking scenery which seem at odds with their otherwise strained relationship. And there's one of those abrupt non-ending endings that left me both bewildered and repulsed. No doubt about it, Iceland is a gorgeous setting for a movie. It's just a shame that it had to be this one.