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"Over My Dead Body" makes top 3 in box office

2012/03/29 | 842 views | Permalink | Source

Movie "Over my Dead Body" rose to top 3 in the box office at the same time it was released.

According to the Korean Films Commission on the 30th, "Over my Dead Body" rated top three in the box office with a total of 55,130 spectators in 402 theaters.

"Over my Dead Body" is a criminal movie about the things that happen between the characters over a 'dead body'.

The movie's fresh subject material and witty lines with crazy characters like Ryoo Seung-bum, Lee Beom-soo and Kim Ok-bin seem to blend in well with each other. Other characters include Ko Chang-seok, Oh Jung-se, Bae Jung-nam, Yoo Da-in and more.

The first place of the box office went to "Architecture 101" which drew in 75, 262 audiences in 463 theaters. The accumulated number is 1,038,032 and "Wrath of the Titans" came in second with 71,558 and "The Intouchables" came in fourth with 40,239.

Source : movie.daum.net/movieI...

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