Opening

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43% Planes: Fire And Rescue $9.5M
18% Sex Tape $6.1M
17% Transformers: Age of Extinction $4.7M
16% And So It Goes $4.6M
23% Tammy $3.5M
90% A Most Wanted Man $2.7M

Coming Soon

—— Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Aug 08
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86% What If Aug 08

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67% Matador: Season 1
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Certified Fresh TV

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73% Murder in the First: Season 1
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97% Orphan Black: Season 2
82% Satisfaction: Season 1
87% The Strain: Season 1
85% Welcome to Sweden: Season 1
77% You're the Worst: Season 1

Bi-mong (Dream) Reviews

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Carlos M

Super Reviewer

May 2, 2010
It stroke me to see that the gorgeous male protagonist speaks Japanese throughout the entire film and all the other characters speak Korean, and yet everyone understands each other completely. A beautiful Jungian reflection on the Buddhist Yin/Yang attraction, mystical and mysterious, very different from Ki-Duk's mostly silent previous films.
Luke B

Super Reviewer

February 6, 2009
Kim Ki-duk showcases another excellent example of his own brand of cinematic poetry. The story and characters are there to simply there to represent the themes of the piece so don't go looking for logical reasons behind peoples actions. It's a mediation on dreams and love and also a slight look into the desires of the subconscious. The imagery is magnificent, especially the dream sequences, and the ending is classic haunting Kim. More dialogue than usual and slightly stranger, this is a small evolution for Kim.
October 25, 2012
i love films like this that require you to pay attention and reflect on what's taking place. for me this film does that very well; however the conclusion seemed like a forced resolution that didn't fit with the other elements... maybe worth another watch...
RicC
November 9, 2010
Once again, Kim Ki-duk inserts his metaphorical finales that go way over my head. Does anyone understand his films on the first viewing, without analytical devotion? Eh, probably not, but who cares as long as there's wacky romance and momentary violence punctuating it. I was beginning to think I was going a bit crazy with the Japanese/Korean mix, but my stupid self forgot to relate it to the film concept about the dualistic yin-yang in daoist philosophy. A really intriguing concept, this idea that two seemingly unrelated characters when asleep become violently or sexually sonambulant and a witness to the sleepwalker, respectively. Directed in a sort of magical realist style, and a lot more talkative than Ki-duk's other films, this film's approach to the titular topic deserves more than one watch.
steve c

Super Reviewer

October 26, 2008
pretty disappointing for KKD. the bilingual touch was interesting and there were some beautiful scenes but i lost interest halfway thru.
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