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  • [Guest Film Review] "The Tooth and The Nail"

    2017/09/23
    Although a bit early to speak about a tendency, it seems that Park Chan-wook once again sent waves through the Korean movie industry with "The Handmaiden" behind which Jeong Sik's "The Tooth and the Nail" follows, both visually and in that they're both based on a western novel (the homonymous, by Bill S. Ballinger),...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.05.19 - 2017.05.21

    2017/05/22
    "Get Out", "The Merciless" and "King Arthur" take the podium... Jordan Peele's "Get Out" (starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams and Lil Rel Howery) arrived last Wednesday to 945 screens around the country. The American horror, which had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, claimed pole position with 802,981 admissions (39.01%), dislodging last weekend's top film, "Alien: Covenant". The critically acclaimed "Get Out" is also the American actor and comedian's directorial debut,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Tooth and the Nail"

    2017/05/20
    Tae-seok (played by Park Sung-woong) is a prosecutor working in South Korea in the late nineteen-forties. He is prosecuting a case where someone killed someone at the Seokjo Estate. "The Tooth and the Nail" gets off on the wrong foot almost immediately with possibly the most unnecessary framing device I've ever seen. Why not just start the story off chronologically, with traveling magician Seok-jin (played by Go Soo) getting sucked into an elaborate conspiracy with classy international man Do-jin (played by Kim Joo-hyuk) at the center?,...More

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