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(1116) 6.5 130 min 2019

Ashfall is a movie starring Byung-hun Lee, Jung-woo Ha, and Hye-jin Jeon. Stagnant since 1903, at an elevation of 2,744 m, a volcano erupts on the mythical and majestic Baekdu Mountain.

Starring
Dong-seok Ma, Hye-jin Jeon, Byung-hun Lee, Jung-woo Ha
Genres
Thriller, Action, Drama
Director
Byung-seo Kim, Hae-jun Lee

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Action, Drama
Director Byung-seo Kim, Hae-jun Lee
Writer Hae-jun Lee, Byung-seo Kim
Stars Dong-seok Ma, Hye-jin Jeon, Byung-hun Lee, Jung-woo Ha
Country South Korea
Also Known As Đại Thảm Họa Núi Baekdu, 白頭山:半島浩劫
Runtime 2H 10M
Description Stagnant since 1903, at an elevation of 2,744 m, a volcano erupts on the mythical and majestic Baekdu Mountain.

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Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020 13:33

In a small town in New England, the wedding of two girls turns into a bloodbath. The ringleader of the criminals who are murdering the wedding couple is a widowed, fatherless man who comes from a tough family. He and his two friends have been committing murders for years, and now they have an unusual twist. The two villains and the wedding guest are a trio of hoodlums who run a dingy, seedy hotel that is the site of one of their criminal acts. They are connected to the husband of the bride. So he decides to use his superior knowledge of the police to find out who is behind the murders and bring them to justice. This is a gangster film, but not as serious as you would think. The acting is very good and the dialog is not so bad that you can't hear what they are saying. It's more like a silly crime comedy than a serious gangster film. The use of slow motion helps to tell the story. You know that they are about to do something, but you have to wait a minute to see what they are doing. I love slow motion in movies. It makes the movie more interesting, and gives it a more realistic look. This one was very entertaining, and the violence is well done. It is like a satire of some of the more brutal crimes that have occurred in America. I also like the film because it has a great message. I would suggest that this is one of those films that you should have at home on DVD. You can watch it without interruptions and you can change the channels or the channels will not change. This is a good movie that you will watch more than once.
Thursday, 13 Aug 2020 01:26

The very first movie of the Sci-Fi Channel's "Delocated" line, "Time to get dirty," can be heard in this movie's opening scene, as four young hackers take off from their camp on a plane bound for the remote island where they'll be visiting for a weekend of hacking and vacationing. While there, they are to meet up with a mysterious hacker named "Bryant," who they learn is the leader of a cybercrime gang, as well as the head of an organization called the Knight's Alliance, whose job it is to prevent the spread of hacking among criminals. The four are to set up a test of their skills before heading home, while also coordinating a task force to steal a highly-advanced computer from the Knight's Alliance and deliver it to the hacker who first hacked it, thus giving them a chance to stop the Knight's Alliance. The situation is complicated by a host of other problems, including a new computer virus that the hackers must stop before it spreads and puts them and their task force at risk. The movie starts off slowly as the four hackers set up their computer and get familiar with the file they'll need to enter. As their investigation goes on, however, they become more and more involved in the hacker's schemes, and as one character puts it, they all have "issues" with the hacker, and the end of the movie is a wild ride, as the hacker's group breaks into the Knight's Alliance headquarters, in an attempt to take the computer. The movie starts out with a major flaw, as the hacker who gave them their challenge has a pretty big problem with the computer itself, and the hacker who gave them the challenge has a different computer virus than the one they needed to overcome, and the computer takes their input for their computer as well. The hacker, "Bryant," is shown to have more flaws than he needs. This flaw is only helped by the director, "Dennis Lehane," who has some good moments, but his "Dennis Lehane" style of direction in his movie is not for everyone. He also directed the movie "Uninvited," which is as good as the first movie, and he did a great job directing "Delocated." If you're going to see the movie, make sure to see it with a friend, and bring a copy of the movie with you. It's a fun movie, and I was very impressed with the action, as well as the social aspect of the movie. 7/10


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