A drama set in North Korea directed by a North Korean refugee. An 11-year-old Jin-ho (Jeong Seung-won) who lives with his sick mom makes a living by cutting wood and selling it. One day, Jin-ho becomes lost in the woods and his mother sets out to find him and reports her son missing to the police. Jin-ho returns after a few days of fighting hunger and cold, but more unexpected misfortunes await him. Directed by Kim Kyu-min. Runs 91 Minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
The Men Who Stare at Goats
Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor), a reporter who is desperately looking for a scoop, meets Lyn Cassady (George Clooney), who reveals that he is a member of the U.S. Army’s secret unit. He says unit members have superhuman abilities, such as reading the enemy’s mind, passing through walls and killing goats simply by staring at them. Directed by Grant Heslov. Runs 93 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
So-yeon (Park Min-young) is a claustrophobic pet beautician who likes to take care of the cats at work. One day, the owner of Bidan, a cat whose fur was groomed by So-yeon, is brutally killed under suspicious circumstances in an elevator. The only one who witnessed this murder in the confined space is the cat. Afterward a bizarre series of incidents continue to take place. Directed by Byeon Seung-wook. Runs 106 Minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
A Tyrannosaurus discovers a dinosaur egg on the road and attempts to eat it, saying “you look delicious.” When the T-rex knocks the egg, a baby Ankylosaurus breaks out and starts to follow the T-rex like its father, calling itself Omae Umasoudana which means “you look delicious.”The T-rex finally adopts the baby dinosaur, and the two set off on an adventure. Directed by Masaya Fujimori. Runs 89 Minutes. All ages admitted. In Japanese with Korean subtitles or dubbed in Korean.
Four armed policemen launch a retaliatory attack on a gang that killed their friend. However, their revenge fails as one of them is killed and the others are kidnapped by the gang. Meanwhile, in a dark area where the men are locked up, a bloody monster shows up and starts attacking both the men and the gang members. Directed by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher. Runs 90 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In French with Korean subtitles.
Doris (Kwai Lun-mei) and her sister Joise (Lin Zai-zai) fulfill their dreams of owning a small cafe. But when sales are poor Joise comes up with the idea of turning their cafe into a junk market. Eventually Doris falls in love with a man who recounts stories of 35 different cities from 35 different soaps. Directed by Hsiao Ya-chuan. Runs 82 minutes. All ages admitted. In Mandarin with Korean subtitles.
Marley & Me
3:10 p.m., Friday on OCN.
John and Jennifer Grogan, a newlywed couple, realize the value of life and love by taking care of a troublesome dog. Directed by David Frankel. Starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston.
I Am Legend
8 p.m., Saturday on OCN
After the fall of humanity on Earth, the sole survivor transmits radio signals in order to track down survivors that have not turned into monsters. Directed by Francis Lawrence. Starring Will Smith.
I Saw the Devil
00:10 a.m., Sunday on OCN
When a serial killer murders his pregnant girlfriend, a secret agent decides to take vengeance in the most horrible way. But he ends up confronting moral questions about evil. Directed by Kim Ji-woon. Starring Lee Byung-hun and Choi Min-sik.