[Photos] Kang So-ra at airport shows off amazing body in trench coat style
On August 28th, actress Kang So-ra departed from the Incheon International airport to New York in ,...More
Kim Kwang-gyoo to Taecyeon, "Tell Park Shin-hye you love her"
On August 28th's episode of tvN's 'Three Meals a Day - Jeongseon', Park Shin-hye visited Oksoonbon,...More
There's an old saying of "don't judge a book by its cover", which most definitely applies to 'Who Are You - School 2015'. Upon hearing its title and cast alone, I deemed it as just another teen Korean drama with shallow love stories and mediocre acting at best. But boy was I wrong. 'Who Are You - School 2015' proves that it deserves its popularity with an exceptional blend of gripping mystery and adorable high school romance. Not to mention the phenomenal acting performances from lead actress Kim So-hyeon-I, who plays twin characters Lee Eun-bi and Go Eun-byeol, and rookie actress Jo Soo-hyang, who plays main antagonist Kang So-yeong. I'm thoroughly impressed with how the young actresses convincingly channel their character's divergent personas, making them that much more unforgettable...More
Yoon Bin (played by Oh Chang-seok) is a top star. He's kind of a jerk and an idiot, but not excessively so. Yeong-sook (played by Yoon Ah-min) is the woman who kidnaps him. She's kind of mean and has a bad attitude, but not excessively so. Soo-jin (played by Kim Joo-ri) is a reporter. She's alternately aggressive and demure, but not excessively so. That's "Mission, Steal the Top Star" on a base level. It's a movie about characters who have personalities, but not excessive ones...More
The rather arresting poster for "Alice In Earnestland" features lead character Soo-nam (played by Lee Jeong-hyeon) wearing a classic Alice-style pinafore holding a mop with the yarns coated in red while smiling in the midst of an ominous looking flower patch. Neither the pinafore, nor the mop, nor the flowers make any on-screen appearance comparable to the aplomb we see on the theatrical poster. This is a bit of a disappointment- the image suggests a film of intriguing weirdness. Whereas in actuality "Alice In Earnestland" is just a film of confusing weirdness...More
The first segment of the "Now Playing" omnibus posits a very simple question. Why do people go to movies? Is it because they like movies? Well...not really no. For most people movies are just a social event, like a date, where they can forget the drudgery of their actual lives and pretend like love exists. This opening segment sets the tone for the next two- where movies are exposited as generally pointless gimmicks designed to make certain people feel better themselves more than they are things intended to actually be watched...More
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