A Korean baseball team overcomes its losing streak by signing a gorilla in this technically impressive but under-dramatized 3D feature.
Showbox and Huayi Bros place a big bet on 'Mr Go,' a live action/CGI feature about a Chinese gorilla who plays pro baseball in Korea.
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema. A candy-hued throwback to…
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Based on a string of unsolved homicides in South Korea that inspired Bong Joon-ho's "Memories of Murder," "Confession of Murder" boasts the catchy concept of a serial killer giving himself a…
Not enough happens in front of the camera to make "Behind the Camera" equal in charm or irony to E J-yong's well-received 2009 mockumentary "The Actresses."
A pretentious film student discovers the difference between pontificating about cinema and actually making a movie in "Let Me Out," a highly entertaining comedy created by South Korean film…
Opening as a compelling portrait of a teenage girl whose first crush turns into a gang-rape nightmare that triggers her suicide, "Don't Cry, Mommy" runs off the rails with her grieving mother's quest…
A well-crafted Korean anthology, this disarmingly light treatment of mass extinction imagines the end of the world via three disparate, tonally distinct scenarios.
A buoyant Capra-esque venture that sometimes stumbles but never fails to dazzle.
Korea's 3D movie market is soaring. According to the Korean Film Council, a total of 26 3D movies were released in 2010 and took in $175 million, an estimated 16.5% of of the total box office.
One year since the big success of "Avatar," 3D content and technology have risen as promising businesses in every aspect of the Korean media industry.