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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "High School - Love On" Episode 14

2014/10/31 | | Permalink

There's been relatively little actual storyline movement in "High School - Love On" lately. I've had difficulty remembering the actual important plot events in recent episodes and this one too is pretty limited in scope. Seul-bi moves out of Woo-hyeon's home- really probably the right decision, all things considered. And that's really all that happens. All the rest of the conflict is derived almost entirely from the tension between Woo-hyeon and Seong-yeol over Seul-bi's ultimate fate...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "My Love, My Bride - 2014"

2014/10/31 | | Permalink

Yeong-min (played by Jo Jeong-seok) and Mi-yeong (played by Sin Min-ah) are a married couple. That's the movie. No, really, there's almost no overarching conflict. They just fight alot. But on the flipside, they spend equally as much time demonstrating sweet, genuine affection to one another. And I don't mean grand romantic gestures here. It's the little things, like the apologies, the managing of chores, the sweeping reassurances when the other person is clearly upset. You know, the things that actually matter in a serious relationship...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "The Woman Upstairs"

2014/10/31 | | Permalink

Do-hwan (played by Park Won-bin) is a jerk. He's not the biggest jerk I've ever seen at the movies, but he's just unlikable enough that the main source of enjoyment to be had watching "The Woman Upstairs" is to laugh at his misfortunes. To some extent this is deliberate. After the whole scene with the kids and the ball it's difficult to see Do-hwan in any other light. However, this being an erotic comedy, Do-hwan does, inevitably, get laid...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Compassion"

2014/10/31 | | Permalink

At the beginning of "Compassion", A girl kills herself. Why did she kill herself, someone asks? Probably bullying, says someone else. Well, let's move on then. The entire opening takes on a pretty creepy subtext in light of all the other films released this year about bullying and teen suicide. Sure, we can talk up the tragic nature of the situation, and lament the sad state of a world where such things are inevitable. But is anyone actually going to do anything about it?...More

Upcoming Korean documentary "GROW: Infinite's Real Youth Life"

Source | 2014/10/31 | | Permalink

Added the upcoming Korean documentary "GROW: Infinite's Real Youth Life"'s page to HanCinema database...More

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