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Monthly Archives: March 2013
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is an enjoyable coming-of-age drama to be appreciated. While it entertains us with various colorful characters surrounding its shy, awkward hero, the movie gives us a heartfelt story about how he comes to get … Continue reading
While its story has a specific background, “Shadow Dancer” focuses on the universal human toil observed inside the murky world where trust can be dangerous and expose can be fatal. It is a slow, quiet thriller which may require you … Continue reading
First, I want to emphasize to you that there is nothing particularly bad in “In Darkness”, one of the Best Foreign Film Oscar nominees in last year. It was made with good intention, and its subject is treated with respect … Continue reading
After having some snack, they decided to have a rest in broad daylight…
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Some movies can instantly grip our attention even though they do not explain a lot about themselves. I cannot explain well the logics or motives behind its very odd premise, but I can definitely assure you that Leos Carax’s comeback … Continue reading
Many romantic comedies become mellow or slow during their third act as things get more serious, but South Korean romantic comedy “Very Ordinary Couple” is a bit different because of the irony inside the dynamic between its couple. They decide … Continue reading
“Jiseul” reminded me that I did not know much about the Jeju uprising, which was one of the most tragic incidents in the modern Korean history but a merely small fact in my high school history textbook. Although it is … Continue reading
The gangs are unusually quiet today…
During the opening sequence of “Barbara”, we come to know that she is being watched – and she knows too well. She lives in East Germany in 1980, and it is an oppressive world in which the life can be … Continue reading