It sure as heck is- the tomato juice flows abundantly in horrendous, cringe-inducing scenes of violent exsanguinations, and there are many insanely creative twists on the familiar genre staples that will either stun you into silence or make you gape in disbelief. At the center of all these crazy antics, Uhm Tae-woong is perfect as our relatively speaking normal hero: Poor girls struggle through the breathless sentences like rookie recruits in a boot camp with extra-heavy backpacks: Here, director Kang chooses to forgo the art film aesthetic of Zhang's work, although echoing some of Zhang's door-frame scenes, such as a lovely little 'hall of mirrors' scene of multiple open doors we find Kim making stylistic use of here. You wouldn't see so many people traveling on bikes and pedicabs on busy thoroughfares in a major South Korean city as you do in this film. Do-joon is very good looking he's played by Won Bin, after all , but he's not quite right in the head, rather like Song Gang-ho's character Gang-du in The Host , and like Gang-du, there is a hint that his impairment is his mother's fault. I somehow doubt that's what this movie's crew and cast had in mind while making it. Yet, Youn also provided Polygon with a challenge.
Part Monty Python-like parody of Hollywood disaster films, part conventional monster horror, part surrealist situation comedy? This does not mean that A Blood Pledge is devoid of any merit. It's the inventor Soon-duk, played by Uhm Ji-won. Filmed extremely cheaply with the total budget allegedly under 10 million won over a couple of years by director Noh Young-seok with zero film-school background, Daytime Drinking won an audience award at the Jeonju Film Festival and landed a robust distribution deal, even though its box office performance did not measure up to the mind-boggling success of Old Partner, another extreme low-budget indie feature. Such is not globalization as it is normally spoken of in soundbites or written of in shorthand. If I were compelled to compare the two, I must say Park seems to benefit slightly from a more three-dimensional character he is playing. Is it simply that the man has gravitated towards a more natural state, while the woman has moved away from it? In this case, even a partially realized effort is well worth watching. Even the child actress Ryu Hyun-bin is admirably restrained. However, only one of them, Eon-joo Jang Gyung-ah , jumps to her death, her mangled body to be discovered by her shocked sister Jeong-eon Yoo Shin-ae. Their arcs intersect in pleasantly surprising ways, too: Kitchen just frustrates me, though; because it falls so far short of what it might have been. She is blindingly beautiful, I must admit, in a blue hanbok dress. Even Shiri brings up even more interesting things to discuss than Haeundae. I jump into the process without preconceived ideas. The man becomes isolated from society by accident, and yet his experience turns him into something greater than his former self though he may no longer be able to readjust to modern society. It, along with Possessed , is a superior horror film that reconfirms the resilience and elasticity of the genre and its capacity to showcase talents of the debuting Korean directors. How does Handphone stack up as a thriller? One can see that evolving a built-in obscuring mechanism for those depressing and inevitable insights might be of practical use. Interestingly, Hong Sangsoo's memory-testing oeuvre arose at the very moment when our memories have been augmented by the technologies available to those of us who can afford them. Chaw This apparently means "trap" in Chungcheong Province dialect is a mighty strange movie, even considering that it is about a man-eating pig Seriously, a wild boar is plenty persuasive as a movie monster, as Russell Mulcahy's Razorback, among others, testifies. It made a lot of money, but it didn't make much else. But Hyuk-jin's troubles are far from over, as the weird locals he encounters, including a motor-mouthed woman with nasty temper Lee Ran-hee and a good-natured truck driver Sin Woon-seop , begin to pose threat not only to his financial security and mental stability but perhaps to his chastity? It could be that Jang was simply thinking that his actions were fine if the body belonged to some insignificant fellow, but less so if it turned out to be the son of a high-ranking official that spells out mortal danger for him-- but then the audience wouldn't be able to like him as much. As in his previous film Paradise Murders, director Kim Han-min does not quite know when to end the movie. The film is aware of this contrast, and puts Yi-gyu through a wringer to prove its point.
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