Yu-seok (Kim Joo-hyuk) looks for the woman that left him (Lee Si-young) while Ae-yeon (Lee Yun-ji) still holds onto a ring from her ex. Bok-nam (Oh Jeong-se) agonizes over his attraction to his friend’s lover and Byung-chan (Kong Hyung-jin) doesn’t believe in love. Things get complicated as these young men and women’s lives intersect. Directed by Jeong Yong-ki. Runs 110 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Secret agent Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) returns to duty but realizes that things have changed during his absence. Though newly appointed director Pamela (Gillian Anderson) doesn’t like his old-fashioned style, she eventually assigns Johnny to a job to prevent the assassination of the Chinese premier. Directed by Oliver Parker. Runs 101 minutes. All ages admitted. In English with Korean subtitles.
Director Prachya Pinkaew (“Ong Bak”) features taekwondo action in his first Korean project. Former taekwondo champion Moon (Cho Jae-hyun) runs a gym with his wife (Ye Ji-won) and three children. One day, the family stops robbers from stealing a legendary sword. They become famous but their youngest son is kidnapped. Runs 105 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In Thai and Korean with Korean subtitles.
After intense training under producer Oh Gu-ju (Park Ye-jin), Mr. Children becomes the hottest pop group. Meanwhile, jealous rival producer Sa Hee-moon (Kim Soo-ro) tries to ruin the band’s career. Things get messy when a shameful video of its leader Yoo-jin (Ji Hyun-woo) appears online a week before the big year-end show. Directed by Ra Hui-chan. Runs 114 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In Korean.
In 1960s Mississippi, Skeeter (Emma Stone) lands a job at a newspaper and hires expert housekeeper Aibileen (Viola Davis), who has raised 17 white children. Skeeters suggests working on a book about black housekeepers and they embark on a journey to expose the intimate realities of racial discrimination. Directed by Tate Taylor. Runs 146 minutes. All aged admitted. In English with Korean subtitles.
The King of Pigs
A noir animation for adults that swept awards at the 16th Busan International Film Festival. After his company goes bankrupt, Kyung-min (Oh Jeong-se) kills his wife on impulse and decides to contact his middle school friend Jong-seok (Yang Ik-jun), who earns a living as a ghostwriter. Their memories flash back to the cruel adolescent days. Directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Rated 18 and over. Runs 97 minutes. In Korean.
Friday 11 a.m. on Super Action
Aircraft designer Kyle Pratt’s daughter Julia vanishes mid-flight, but no one believes she was ever onboard. Desperate and alone, Kyle can only rely on her knowledge of the plane to save her daughter. Directed by Robert Schwentke. Starring Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard and Sean Bean.
Saturday 5:45 p.m on Super Action
Inhabitants of a rural town are found dead after horrible animal attacks. Il-man, a retired hunter, and Su-yeon, a biologist, become convinced that a giant, man-eating wild boar is responsible for the disaster. Directed by Shin Jung-won. Starring Eom Tae-woong.
Sunday 8:10 p.m. on Super Action
A computer hacker, Neo, learns from mysterious rebels about the true nature of his reality and his role in the war against the controllers. Directed by the Wachowski brothers. Starring Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne.