Profile Movie: Collectors (도굴) Release Date: November 4, 2020 Runtime: 114 min. Distributor: CJ Entertainment Country: South Korea
Main Cast Lee Je Hoon – Kang Dong Gu Shin Hye Sun – Curator Yoon Jo Woo Jin – Doctor Johns Lim Won Hee – Sabdari
Review: The movie is about a grave robber trying to attempt a big heist in the middle of Seoul.
I liked the first part but the second part dragged a bit. Mostly because there were too many characters to follow. There were also more action in the first part. The comedy also fell flat sometimes. I like the twist at the end where they showed how they successfully pulled off the heist.
Profile Movie: 1987: When The Day Comes Release Date: December 27, 2017 Runtime: 129 min. Distributor: CJ Entertainment Country: South Korea
Main Cast Kim Yun Seok – Park Cheo Won Ha Jung Woo – Prosecutor Choi Park Hee Seon – Jo Han Kyung Lee Hee Joon – Yoon Sang Sam Kim Tae Ri – Yeon Hee Kang Dong Won – Lee Han Yeol Yoo Hae Jin – Han Byeong Yong
Review: This movie is based on actual events called June Democratic Uprising in Korea which happened in 1987.
It all started when a college student was tortured and killed by anti-communist group and they tried to conceal his death.
I love how the director was able to tell the story through different people, starting from the prosecutor who demanded autopsy, to jail guard who passed on info to the opposition, the reporter who tried to reveal the truth to the public, and to the students who bravely rallied against the government.
Not for the faint hearted. It’s moving, horrifying and inspiring. The extra romance between the two college students slightly felt out of place but the end made up for it.
Plot The drama is about a new apartment that is locked down after a resident gets infected by a disease. Will the residents survive or will they succumb to the disease?
Main Cast Han Hyo Joo – Yoon Sae Beom Park Hyung Sik – Jung Yi Hyun Jo Woo Jin – Han Tae Seok
Review I love zombies! This time, they’re not called zombies but they have a mad person disease. They’re not exactly sure what makes the people infected, other than taking Next pills and biting other people.
The first episode made the show very interesting but the next couple of episodes were boring. I was watching them just walk around do nothing while on lockdown and then most good happenes in the last 10 minutes that will get you go hit “next episode”. The pace picks up after ep 8 and it’s just a wild ride from then on.
I like the main leads, Yihyun and Saebeom as a team, I think they complemented each other. Like Yihyun say, good cop, bad cop. I did like Yihyun more than Sae Beom, because Sae Beom was reckless and would have been infected earlier without Yihyun protecting her. I love that when one is down, the other is strong. Many times, they were able to fight off the infected people and the residents because they worked together. I also loved their friends to lovers story, although it took a long time for Sae Beom to realize her feelings for Yihyun, and I love that scene where she was able to calm him down and hugged him.
I cant decide who is the worse neighbor. Is it the doctor or the resident rep? I wish they got infected but i think jail is better punishment for them. They were so terrible, like an exaggerated version of all the possible evil in the world. One week lockdown and they went crazy, stealing food and water, even turning to murder. I mean, after 2 years of covid, I think humans are way better than how it was portrayed in the drama. There are more good people than bad people as we can see now with the pandemic still ongoing.
The drama is saying if you’re good you won’t suffer a terrible fate. Like the old couple who stayed at home, the siblings who supported each other, the son who realized the importance of family, and the wife who got cheated on. Too bad for 15th floor guy and cleaning lady, they didn’t deserve to die, but that’s also saying there are some collateral damage. They greedy ones got their own punishment — the lawyer lost his wife, the girl lost the money, and the serial killer who was killed.
Han Tae Seok had his own story, trying to find a cure and keeping Korea safe. I just wish he didn’t have to lie, he could have gotten cooperation if he had been more honest. I also wasn’t sure if he’s good guy or not, but I understand he had to do what he did to save the world.
The ending felt rushed. There was no explanation what happened one year later. Did they find the cure? Why did Sae Beom had the antibodies? Who else had them?