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House of Hummingbird (2018, Kim Bora)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 3, 2020

Eun-hee (Park Ji-hu) is an average Seoul eighth grader circa 1994, which would be fine if being average weren’t a one-way ticket to nowhere. Park’s the youngest of three children; while presumably eldest sister Park Soo-yeon has already screwed up and is going to a crappy school across the bridge, read more

Ashfall (2019, Kim Byung-seo and Lee Hae-jun)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jun 12, 2020

I don’t know how long it would’ve taken me to see Ashfall if it hadn’t been for a blogathon. Maybe never. While I’m a Ma Dong-seok fan because how can you not be, I’ve always been lukewarm on top-billed Lee Byung-hun. Lee’s not actually the lead; the lead is Ha Jung-woo, who I don’t follow. read more

John Wayne and Kim Darby Show Their True Grit

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on May 21, 2020

John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn. The year 1969 was a remarkable one for the Western genre. The biggest hit of the year was the revisionist Western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Sam Peckinpah's violent The Wild Bunch earned critical raves in the U.S., while Sergio Leone's Once Upo read more

Interrogation (2020) s01e03 – Det. Dave Russell vs Kim Decker 1982

The Stop Button Posted by on Feb 21, 2020

Nine months before the murder, we discover what a great kid thirty-four year-old sixteen year-old Kyle Gallner was before drugs. This episode doesn’t just—finally—give Joanna Going something to do as the eventual murder victim, it also introduces the history between Peter Sarsgaard and Gallner. read more

The Battle of Jangsari (2019, Kwak Kyung-taek and Kim Tae-hoon)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jan 27, 2020

I’m curious enough about The Battle of Jangsari I think I’m going to read War in Korea: The Report of a Woman Combat Correspondent by Marguerite Higgins, which might have some information about the actual battle of Jangsa-ri because there’s nothing on the Google not about the movie. The big details read more

The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 12, 2019

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It’s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun’s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan’s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim’s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not read more

The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 12, 2019

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It’s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun’s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan’s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim’s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not read more

The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

The Stop Button Posted by on Nov 12, 2019

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It’s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun’s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan’s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim’s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not read more

The Divine Fury (2019, Kim Joo-hwan)

The Stop Button Posted by on Nov 12, 2019

The Divine Fury is a very bad film. It’s not poorly made; director Kim is mediocre, Cho Sang-yun’s photography is good, Koo Ja-wan’s score is fine. Yes, the editing is wanting, but often more because Kim’s mediocre than anything else. Like the big fight scene at the end? The big, very bad, not read more

book: The Good Son (2016; trans 2018 Chi-Young Kim) by You-Jeong Jeong

Noirish Posted by John Grant on Apr 24, 2019

The setup’s like something out of Cornell Woolrich: A young man, Yu-jin, wakes up one morning to find his mother has been savagely murdered downstairs. He has little memory of what happened last night — he suffers occasional seizures when he goes off his meds — but all the evidenc read more

Tunnel (2016, Kim Seong-hun)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 30, 2017

Tunnel is a small scale disaster movie. It’s also not. It’s about a small scale response to a big disaster. Writer and director Kim takes some time introduce threads about craven reporters, craven government officials, craven capitalists, but most of the movie is lead Ha Jung-woo stuck in a tunnel. read more

[BASP] The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Tobe Hooper) / Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, Kim Henkel)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 26, 2016

The Best of An Alan Smithee Podcast: Episode Seven The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Tobe Hooper) / Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, Kim Henkel) Originally posted: November 10, 2010 Subscribe via iTunes. read more

[BASP] The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Tobe Hooper) / Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, Kim Henkel)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 26, 2016

The Best of An Alan Smithee Podcast: Episode Eight The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Tobe Hooper) / Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994, Kim Henkel) Originally posted: November 10, 2010 Subscribe via iTunes. read more

The Notorious Landlady (1962) with Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak

Classic Film Freak Posted by Greg Orypeck on Apr 16, 2015

Share This! “Are you sure this country isn’t on fire somewhere?” —— “Bill” Gridley (Jack Lemmon) inquiring about the thickness of a London fog Jack Lemmon.  Kim Novak.  Fred Astaire.  And the British, too.  Lionel Jeffries.  Estelle Winwood.  Henry Daniell.  A London setting.  read more

The Notorious Landlady (1962) with Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak

Classic Film Freak Posted by Greg Orypeck on Apr 16, 2015

Share This! “Are you sure this country isn’t on fire somewhere?” —— “Bill” Gridley (Jack Lemmon) inquiring about the thickness of a London fog Jack Lemmon.  Kim Novak.  Fred Astaire.  And the British, too.  Lionel Jeffries.  Estelle Winwood.  Henry Daniell.  A London setting.  read more

Plastic surgery vs. plastic people: Kim and Goldie's trial by Internet

Carole & Co. Posted by vp19 on Mar 4, 2014

Above is a photo of 16-year-old Carole Lombard, part of a lobby card for her 1925 Fox film "Marriage In Transit." At first glance, you wouldn't think it has a connection to the following pictures, taken at Sunday night's Academy Awards:But there is. During and after the Oscars, both 81-year-old Kim read more

KIM NOVAK and JACK LEMMON.

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Dec 27, 2009

Kim Novak and Jack Lemmon performed in three films together: PHFFFT! (1954) Phffft! Romantic/ comedy. Cast: Judy Holliday, Jack Lemmon, Kim Novak and featuring Jack Carson. written by George Axelrod and directed by Mark Robson. After receiving their divorce papers, Nina and Robert promise that t read more