Lee Min Ho New Movie 2013
Overall, us audience are to experience and learn the spiraling journey of an actor to be a top-notch actor, portrayal of the honest and dark side to the film industry, Rough Play is filled with emotional performances and much plot intrigue. K-pop heartthrob Lee gives a well-played manic performance as he plays an actor who hits it big time and discovers the corrupted world of the film industry, only to be ceremoniously kicked out back into his humble beginnings. The whirlwind of emotion is powerful enough to make one almost despise the continuity of the film industry’s corruption, but leaves you with just enough hope to believe that not all of it is true. The film gives a pleasant mix of romance, sex, violence, comedy and drama for any audience wanting to be deeply satisfied whilst mentally provoked into participation. View the trailer here.
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So-hee has been seeing Tae-woo for a long time. One day, a new man named Eun-hyeok appears in front of her and proposes. So-hee has already promised to marry Tae-woo so she's not easily moved by Eun-hyeok's proposal. She refuses him by saying she loves women more than men and he becomes shocked. He goes under gender transplant to go back to her and becomes a woman named Eun-joo.
Cricital acclaim was received for the low-budget thriller movie that was a complete success in the Korean box office earlier in the summer. Variety cinecritic Maggie Lee amplifies surreptitous details from how the camera snoops around intricately designed interiors, continuously revealing hidden spaces, while lighting plays expertly with creepy silhouettes and glass reflections. The shrill sound mix amplifies even the slightest creak to create the tense atmosphere within the simple vicinity of a rundown social housing and a private and posh apartment.
Produced with a funding which President Park approves of its creativity behind the movie, the movie genre wont disappoint to keep you haunted for the hours and nights passed. HanCinema underlines the fact that with the budget given the movie is its best when examining with this seedy undercurrent of everyday life and psychologically leaving the audience in the theatre restless of our daily surroundings.
So-yeon, a teenager from a happy home, goes fishing one day with her father in the South Pacific Ocean and faces an accident. She is lost at sea with her pet dog, Happy and ends up in a deserted island. She believes her father will come and save her there and survives in the wilderness of the island. One day, a mass crowd of cannibals appear in the jungle and try to hurt the natives there but So-yeon saves them and they become friends. However, she can't shake off the feeling that someone is watching her...
Hong-chae has never been in a relationship before and she's tired of the man who has been coming into her flower shop everyday for the past 2 years. She's scared of Jeom-dong who shows obsession and one day tells him that she's got a fiance so to stop coming through her co-worker Hae-wook. Jeom-dong stabs her and runs away. A year later, Hong-chae was living a normal life, without a thought about Jeom-dong when she meets him again. This time, he approaches her through her childish mother, Seon-ae, as her boyfriend. He starts showing Crazy Love towards them, desperate and violent...