Choi Jin-hyeok and Baek Jin-hee in "Pride and Prejudice"
Actor Choi Jin-hyeok and Baek Jin-hee are starring in the new MBC drama "Pride and Prejudice". "P,...More
"Blade Man" continues to be highly entertaining, very touching, and full of juicy character stuffs. Heroine Se-dong does not disappoint with her spunk and vulnerability that is guided by good sense and intelligence. Not-quite-hero Hong-bin has shown the smallest of changes in reaction to Se-dong's strength and his backstory is compelling. Little Chang is hard not to love, and the side characters are quirky and fun.
What makes "Blade Man" stand out is the wonderful trappings: cleverly scored music, creative scene transitions, and pointed camera storytelling...More
"Temptation" has come to a hopeful end without resolving a lot of questions. Some of those questions don't need resolution, but some of them have become loose ends. Most of the focus was on Seok-hoon and Se-young's relationship and how it weathers the storm of her cancer.
Se-young's cancer did give Hong-joo and Seok-hoon a chance to say goodbye at the silent behest of Se-young...More
"Temptation"'s penultimate episode sketched the paths the characters are going to traverse at the end after all the trials and tribulations of the show. Three of the four main leads can now look back with perfect hindsight 20/20 vision and see their roles in causing the havoc that befell their lives. It doesn't completely dispel the bitterness, but it does give some sense of viewer satisfaction to see the growth. The other person, Min-woo, remains selfish to the end, a true villain of the story in which he imagined himself the hero.
Min-woo's ego rules his life and thus far, he has run relatively unchecked...More
Ah-reum (played by Jo Seong-mok with some excellent make-up work) is dying of old age even though he's only sixteen years old. Ah-reum has progeria, his days are numbered and, well, that's the movie. Also of relevance- his parents Dae-soo (played by Kang Dong-won) and Mi-ra (played by Song Hye-kyo) are both fairly young. Both of them are in their early thirties, having had Ah-reum when they were still high school students...More
I don't know very much about the historical importance of Cardinal Kim Sou-hwan, and this documentary doesn't go over his accomplishments in very great detail. It is assumed, to some extent, that the viewer at least knows who this man is. This might sound a bit disorienting, but in the context of the film the reason for this detached storytelling is established right from the beginning. The very first we see of the man, Cardinal Kim Sou-hwan is acting jovially confused about which camera he's supposed to look at...More
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