Posted : 2012-03-01 19:04
Updated : 2012-03-01 19:04

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Love Fiction

Ku Joo-wol (Ha Jung-woo), a writer, becomes popular after publishing his first novel. However, he has been in a slump ever since that first book especially in the dating department where he is always dumped by women. Hee-jin (Kong Hyo-jin) works at a movie importer/distributor and is an amateur photographer. Joo-wol and Hee-jin falls in love. Directed by Jeon Kye-su. Runs 121 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.


Fraternal twins Ho-ya (Yeo Yeok-seok) and Seo-ya (Baek Jin-hee) turn eighteen. One day, Seo-ya reveals her deeply-hidden feelings for her brother. However, Ho-ya rejects her and starts dating Do-mi (Eom Hyeon-kyeong). Yet when Seo-ya begins dating Il-kang (Jung Hun), Ho-ya gets confused. Directed by Bae Kwang-soo. Runs 94 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.

Stateless Things

Jun (Paul Lee) is an illegal immigrant from North Korea, working in a gas station under an exploitative boss. He runs away from the gas station with Soon-hee (Kim Sae-byuk), a China-born Korean woman. Hyun (Yeom Hyun-joon) is the kept boy of a married businessman. Both young men face life-changing days. Directed by Kim Kyung-mook. Runs 119 minutes. Rated 19 and over. In Korean.

Act of Valor

The movie is based on real-life events. An elite team of Navy SEALs embark on a covert mission to rescue a kidnapped CIA agent. During the mission, the team discovers the existence of a terrorist plot against the U.S. and a worldwide manhunt is launched. Directed by Scott Waugh. Runs 110 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.

Safe House

After leaving CIA, Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington) becomes a weapons dealer. One day, he visits the American Embassy and is sent to a safe house located in Cape Town, South Africa. However, the location is attacked and a young CIA agent, Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds), escapes with Frost. Directed by Daniel Espinosa. Runs 115 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.

Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time

In 1982 Busan, Choi Ik-hyun (Choi Min-sik), a custom's declaration official, secretly exports drugs to Japan. He partners up with Choi Hyung-bae (Ha Jung-woo), a young gangster boss. However, in 1990 the government declares a "war against crime." In order to survive, the gangsters fight among themselves to become the number one boss. Directed by Yun Jong-bin. Runs 133 minutes. Rated 19 and over. In Korean.

Movies on Cable TV

Iron Man 2

FRIDAY 11:00 p.m. on OCN

The U.S. government demands Tony Stark hand over the Iron Man suit after he reveals that he is the hero. When he refuses, the government hires Stark's archrival Justin Hammer to create a duplicate suit. Directed by Jon Favreau. Starring Robert Downey Jr.

The Bank Job

SATURDAY 1:00 p.m. on Super Action

Terry joins his ex-girlfriend Martine to rob a bank when the security system is turned off for 24 hours. He gathers five other people, but soon realizes that there is more than $40 billion at stake. Directed by Roger Donaldson. Starring Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows.

Jurassic Park: Lost World

SUNDAY 6:10 p.m. on Super Action

After Jurassic Park closes down, John Hammond gets Ian Malcom to document a second site where dinosaurs were cloned to prevent Ingen from profiting from the area. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Starring Jeff Goldblum and Julianne Moore.
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