Pitcher Do-hun (Kim Joo-hyuk) achieves 149 wins with his 161-kph ball. Stardom turns him into a snob and a tabloid sensation. Eventually, he is demoted to a minor team, kicked out of home and lives off his juniors. Yoo-ran (Kim Sun-ah), who has been taking care of him for a long time, is determined to inspire him again with fighting spirit. Directed by Kim Sang-jin. All ages admitted. Runs 124 minutes. In Korean.
Israeli Mossad’s elite agents, Rachel (Helen Mirren), David (Ciaran Hinds) and Stephen (Tom Wilkinson), embark on a project to assassinate Nazi war criminal Dr. Vogel. Meanwhile, the subtle tension among the trio mounts as Stephen, who loves Rachel, notices the secret relationship between Rachel and David. However, 30 years after coming back to the country with the project’s success, Rachel is plunged into confusion as David and a mysterious person claiming himself to be the real Dr. Vogel show up. Directed by John Madden. Rated 15 and over. Runs 114 minutes. In English with Korean subtitles.
Jack (Robert De Niro) has few weeks ahead of his retirement as a parole officer and would like to clear up all unfinished business. One task is to screen parole eligibility for Stone (Edward Norton), who was arrested for aiding in the murder of his grandparents. Stone attempts to manipulate Jack’s judgment, using his attractive wife Lucetta (Milla Jovovich). Directed by John Curran. Rated 18 and over. Runs 105 minutes. In English with Korean subtitles.
A man (Jang Hyuk) is suspected of killing his wife. The body, however, is missing and solid evidence is impossible to procure. A powerful prosecutor (Park Heui-soon) and notoriously competent attorney (Ha Jung-woo) engage in a fierce battle of wits to determine whether the man is guilty or innocent, with nothing but their own sense of conviction and validation. Directed by Sohn Young-sung. Rated 15 and over. Runs 123 minutes. In Korean.
Tae Gun-ho (Jeong Jae-yeong), who has suffered from dissociative amnesia since losing his son, starts over as a cold-hearted debt collector. However, he discovers he has a liver cancer and the only way for him to survive is to receive a liver transplant from a beautiful swindler Cha Ha-yeon (Jeon Do-yeon) within 10 days. Directed by Heo Jong-ho. Rated 18 and over. Runs 119 minutes. In Korean.
Nathan (Taylor Lautner) finds his baby photo on a website listing missing persons and realizes that his whole life had been fabricated and manipulated. Meanwhile, unidentified men attack his home and murder his family and the CIA begin chasing him. He discovers that his identity is linked to a national conspiracy. Directed by John Singleton. Rated 15 and over. Runs 105 minutes. In English with Korean subtitles.
Law Abiding Citizen
Friday 7:40 p.m. on OCN
After a plea bargain sets one of his family’s killers free, a frustrated man (Gerard Butler) decides to take justice into his own hands and orchestrates a series of murders that grip the city of Philadelphia, all from inside his jail cell. Directed by Gary Gray. Starring Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx.
The Mummy 3: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Saturday 7:40 p.m. on OCN
Explorer Rick O’Connell rushes into adventure again with son Alex, wife Evelyn and her brother, Jonathan. As the young archaeologist, Alex, resurrects a Han emperor from a 2,000-year-old curse, the O’Connells must fight him and his insurmountable army. Directed by Rob Cohen. Starring Brendan James Fraser.
Sunday 5:10 p.m. on OCN
Dave Drayton, a local artist, notices a strange mist on a lake after a storm. Later that day he drives to a supermarket with his son and neighbor Brent. Once there he realizes that there is something exceedingly sinister about the mist. Directed by Frank Darabont. Starring Thomas Jane, Nathan Gamble and Andre Braugher.