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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Great Actor"

    2016/06/04
    Seong-pil (played by Oh Dal-soo) is an actor that once worked with men who ended up becoming major players in the film industry. Unfortunately Seong-pil, lacking as he is in either charisma or talent, is stuck doing stage plays. And I'm not referring to the high-brow stage stuff. Seong-pil plays a dog in shows that are obviously aimed at children, and frequently fail to maintain a decent interest level even in that audience,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2016.04.01 ~ 2016.04.03

    2016/04/04
    DC's superhero showdown loses steam... Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman" has grossed over $682 million worldwide and become the country's film of choice when it arrived in Korea late March by capturing nearly 70% of the box office pie. Week two for Snyder's showdown was significantly less impressive; although the film still managed to retain the top spot, it did so with just 344 thousand admissions (35%) and was almost denied a second week in pole position by the Disney's "Zootopia" on 293 thousand (29%),...More
  • The Great Actor (2016)

    2016/04/02, Source
    "The Great Actor" Genres: Comedy and Drama Running Time: 108 min. Directed by: Seok Min-woo Starring: Oh Dal-soo, Yoon Je-moon, Lee Kyung-young,...More

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