Based on Gong Ji-young's bestselling novel "Dogani," which was inspired by true events in Gwangju. Kang In-ho (Gong Yoo) starts teaching at a school for hearing impaired children but is shocked to learn that faculty members had been sexually abusing students. He teams up with human rights activist Seo Yoo-jin (Jung Yoo-mi) to reveal the case to the world. Directed by Hwang Dong-hyeok. Runs 125 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.
Shortly after his wife Beth (Gwyneth Paltrow) dies of an unknown disease, Mitch (Matt Damon) loses his son from the same mysterious condition. Meanwhile people all over the world are losing their lives from the contagious virus. Dr. Mears (Kate Winslet) searches for a vaccine that can counter the disease. Meanwhile, journalist Krumwiede (Jude Law) suspects a conspiracy. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Runs 103 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Skilled killer Danny (Jason Statham) is forced to leave the British Special Air Service (SAS) in order to rescue his partner and mentor Hunter (Robert De Niro). Former SAS agent Spike (Clive Owen) grows suspicious about the series of deaths of his former colleagues. A fiery showdown begins between Danny and Spike that will determine the survival of the remaining SAS agents. Directed by Gary McKendry. Runs 116 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
David (Daniel Bruhl) discovers manuscripts in his newly purchased secondhand desk. He gives the romantic writing to the woman he loves, Marie (Hannah Herzsprung), pretending to have written them. Marie secretly sends the text to a publishing company and it becomes a bestseller. David has no choice but to keep lying until the real author appears. Directed by Alain Gsponer. Runs 106 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In German with Korean subtitles.
Eun-cheol (Park Ji-bin) and his sister Eun-ha (Lee Seul-gi) live in a small rural town. One day, Eun-ha begs her brother to go on a bicycle trip to see a whale. Eun-cheol realizes that his sister is slowly losing her sight and becomes determined to go on the road trip. Along the way they meet a warm-hearted man named Deok-su (Lee Mun-sik) and the journey takes surprising turns. Directed by Kim Yeong-ro. Runs 100 minutes. All ages admitted. In Korean.
An elderly woman Masako (Kazuko Yoshiyuki) had been spending her remaining days alone, until her third son's family suggests she movies into the city with them. A rosy future seems to await her as she is able to spend quality time with her grandchildren. Soon however she contracts Alzheimer's disease and she becomes increasingly forgetful and angry with everything for no reason. Directed by Hisako Matsui. Runs 111 minutes. All ages admitted. In Japanese with Korean subtitles.
Movies on Cable TV
I Am Legend
Friday 8 p.m. on OCN
In the future, scientist Robert Neville is the only survivor of a disease that spreads across the world. Desperate to find other survivors, Robert sends out daily radio messages and tries to find a cure for the disease. Directed by Francis Lawrence. Starring Will Smith, Alice Braga, and Charlie Tahan.
Saturday 8:10 p.m. on OCN
David, a high school student in Ann Arbor, discovers he can teleport himself and enjoys a lavish lifestyle traveling around the world, until he meets the "Paladins," who know his secret. Directed by Doug Liman. Starring Hayden Christensen and Samuel L. Jackson.
Sunday 6:10 p.m. on Super Action
Agent Smart is assigned on a mission to stop an evil plot to take over the world after the identities of other agents are revealed. He partners with an agent whose identity has not been compromised, the lovely but lethal veteran Agent 99. Directed by Peter Segal. Starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway.