Snow White, the best known fairy tales of all time, returns with a twist. An evil queen (Julia Roberts) takes control of the kingdom, placing Princess Snow White (Lily Colins) in exile. With the help of seven courageous dwarfs, Snow White fights to the reclaim her birthright. Directed by Tarsem Singh. Runs 108 minutes. All Ages. In English with Korean subtitles.
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
The animated adventure of Dr. Seuss’ classical tale, “The Lorax”, is Illumination Film’s first movie presented in 3D. The story revolves around a boy who attempts to win the heart of a girl. The key to opening her heart is to find a mysterious tree. Follow the boy’s delightful and colorful journey. Directed by Chris Renaud. Runs 86 minutes. All Ages. In English with Korean subtitles.
Based on a true story, “As One” captures the life of a table tennis champion, Hyun Jung-hwa (Ha Ji-won) and her North Korean counterpart Li Bun-hi. Despite numerous rejections, the very first North and South Korean team are created separately. Instantly, the South Korean team receives the name “Korea” which draws conflicts, leading to a serious political problem. Directed by Moon Hyun-sung. Runs 127 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Janus Metz Pederson captures six months in the lives of young Danish soldiers in “Armadillo,” a documentary that follows them in their fight with the Taliban in Northern Afghanistan. The film brings out the sophisticated perception of reality, providing the real live of Danish soldiers as bombs go off and bullets fly around. Directed by Janus Metz Pederson. Runs 108 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Danish with Korean subtitles.
The world’s all time favorite super heroes, including Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow team up to defend the world from an otherworldly danger. The international peacekeeping committee, S.H.I.E.L.D, desperately searches for a team that will help prevent disaster. Directed by Joss Wedon. Runs 142 d minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
The nation’s most recognized 70 year old poet, Lee Jeok-yo (Park Hae-il), falls for a 17 year old girl named Han Eun-gyo (Kim Go-eun). As his love for a young girl is deepens, the poet steps into the dark world of self destruction, going through emotional troubles. Another literary figure, Seo Ji-woo (Gim Mu-yeol), in his 30s gets tied up in the love triangle. Directed by Chung Jo-woo. Runs 129 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.
The Last Godfather
Friday 07:30 p.m. on OCN
In the 1950s New York, Mafia boss Don Carini suddenly brings his lovechild Young-gu from Korea. He keeps disappointing everyone by behaving strangely, but finally manages to win the hearts of the gang. Directed by Shim Hyung-rae. Starring Harvey Keitel and Shim Hyung-rae.
Saturday 08:00 a.m. on Super Action
For centuries, there have lived the aristocratic vampires and their former slaves, the Lycans. The evil leader of the vampires, Viktor, forced one of the werewolves Lucian to transform other humans into ``Lycan'' to use as slaves. However Viktor's daughter Sonja and Lucian are lovers and they secretly meet each other and plan to runaway. Directed by Patrick Tatopoulus.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Sunday 01:50 p.m. on OCN
Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann and their fellow pirates join forces with the pirate kings from the world’s four corners to face all who stand against them. Directed by Gore Verbinski. Starring Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley.