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Min-sik Yoon
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Unfinished (2018) The villains are laughably lax in terms of security, Lee Beom-soo as Lee Young-min is no Liam Neeson in Taken and the overall action is substandard.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet High Society (2018) It is not a bad film, but it is also not one that really offers any new perspective.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet On Your Wedding Day (2018) It is a slightly cuter version of the film Architecture 101 with the nostalgia factor intact, and what makes it work is the two actors' chemistry and heart and the director's character building.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Sunset in My Hometown (2018) The couple's chemistry is so good that just looking at them puts a smile on my face, not to mention the dialogue -- not trying too hard to be funny -- is charmingly hilarious.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet The Drug King (2018) It is a film that is at least passable. But it should have been much, much more.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet The Villagers (2018) Overall, The Villagers is a well-acted, passably directed action flick with heart, but not one with much of a twist or thrill.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet The Wrath (2019) The lines are old-fashioned, the story is one-dimensional and the effects are embarrassing.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Mal-Mo-E: The Secret Mission (2019) Eom's period piece has all the elements of a great movie and marks the young director's successful transition from quality screenwriter to director.‐ Korea Herald
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97% Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Watching the relatively unknown second-generation Spider-Man Miles Morales is a joy, as is watching various versions of previous Peter Parkers evolve in their own story arc.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Youngju (2018) [Director Cha Sung-duk] does not hammer in her own ideas about what the film is talking about and simply addresses the issue, allowing the audience to ponder what they have seen.‐ Korea Herald
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38% Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) It is still a joy to look at, from design and action to overflowing content of the magical world.‐ Korea Herald
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67% Default (Gukgabudo-ui Nal) (2018) Overall, I see what the movie is trying to say and want to get onboard on some level. But the message is much too forced, multiple narratives are jumbled and the performances of the leads are not that strong.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Intimate Strangers (2018) It is a well-acted and funny film, up until the moment when it slapped me in the face with the mother of all letdowns.‐ Korea Herald
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28% Venom (2018) The action is not bad, and as rubber-stamp superhero films go, it's adequate.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Feng Shui (Myung-dang) (2018) Overall, Feng Shui is not a bad film at all. But it should have been much, much more, considering the amount of talent that went into it.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Dark Figure of Crime (2018) It is a rare film with strong directing and acting that tells a compelling story with heart, mixed with suspense.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet The Great Battle (2018) To my surprise, director Kim Kwang-sik did a clever job of masking his actors' weak points and making the most of their strengths in this action-packed flick.‐ Korea Herald
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50% Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days (Singwa hamkke: Ingwa yeon) (2018) The film is one that had potential to be great but ended up just being OK, and that is not OK.‐ Korea Herald
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88% Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) Of course, Rudd shows he is worthy of a title role as well, not only as Ant-Man but also as Scott Lang.‐ Korea Herald
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86% The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion (Manyeo) (2018) Is it a good film? Not even close. Did the director misuse good actors? Definitely.‐ Korea Herald
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48% Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) Overall, it is not groundbreaking, and does not live up to its hype, but is a fun, action-packed film that has a potential to be more depending on the sequel.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet The Accidental Detective 2: In Action (2018) It is a fairly standard comedy flick, one that knows not to take itself too seriously and knows its job is to put a smile on people's faces.‐ Korea Herald
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85% Avengers: Infinity War (2018) [Avengers: Infinity War] is a humongous film, just like its villain, and thoroughly enjoyable.‐ Korea Herald
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91% Claire's Camera (La caméra de Claire) (2018) [Director Hong Sang-soo] allows the audience to think, to see the films through their own lens and give the work a different perspective -- just as Claire can be seen forming her own impression of her new friends in Claire's Camera.‐ Korea Herald
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100% Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018) The blur between fiction and reality works well, but the problem is that it has been done before, and done well, several times since The Blair Witch Project popularized it in 1999.‐ Korea Herald
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No Score Yet Be With You (Ji-geum Man-na-leo Gab-ni-da) (2018) The film is very predictable... But most of the jokes are harmless and cute, even when they don't really work, and the heartfelt moments are strong.‐ Korea Herald
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82% Capernaum (Capharnaüm) (2018) It is simultaneously a rallying cry and a hymn of persistence: a strong drama that provokes the audience to think while showing a glimmer of hope that does not feel forced.‐ Korea Herald
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2019
No Score Yet Detective K: Secret of the Living Dead (2018) Overall, the starring pair [Kim Myung-min and Oh dal-su] are good, you do get a laugh out of them in some scenes, and the film is a pretty-looking, albeit inaccurate, depiction of Joseon era.‐ Korea Herald
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2019