Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It started as the usual oversexed Korean comedy, but soon settled into a rather sweet romantic comedy that was very different from anything the US puts out. The characters have a fling but soon discover they don't really like each other, nothing new here, but the main plot has them searching for the motel where their private acts were filmed and put on the Internet. This gives them them a much more focused goal than usual Rom-Coms. There's a sense of necessity to what they are doing and this lends itself nicely to the gradual progression of the relationship. A good effort.
A feel good romance comedy with handful of serious moments. When the credits roll, you will see a few hilarious scenes. The final scene is the return of Seong-guk Choi (one of the room-mates in the Korean comedy Sex is Zero) trying to charm a girl in the rain. Great storyline. Great acting from Jeong-hun Yeon and Jin-hie Park. Very watchable movie.
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