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.
Behind the marvelous curtains of France’s most famous cabaret attraction, club ‘Crazy Horse’, lie some of the dangers of show business. Frederick Wiseman, the acclaimed documentary filmmaker, explores the world of the legendary cabaret club Crazy Horse. Directed by Frederick Wiseman. Runs 111 minutes. Rated 19 and over. In English 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.
During navy training in the Pacific Ocean, Admiral Shane (Liam Neeson) finds a mysterious object. He dispatches a search team to figure out what the unidentified object is. Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) figures out the presence of extraterrestrials and a war breaks out between humans and aliens. Directed by Peter Berg. Runs 113 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
The Ides of March
During the last days of Ohio presidential primary, Stephen (Ryan Meyers), the campaign press secretary, is accidentally involved in a political scandal when he gets romantically involved with a woman named Molly (Evan Rachel Wood). What Ryan does not know is her dangerous secret. Directed by George Clooney. Runs 101 minutes. Rated 15 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.
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
Friday 07:20 p.m. on OCN
A lawyer in pink, Elle Woods heads to Washington D.C. to join the staff of a congresswoman in order to pass a bill to ban animal testing. Directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field and Regina King
Saturday 5:50 a.m. on OCN
A national ski jumping team is created ahead of Korea’s bid to host the Winter Olympics, and the coach recruits athletes from unlikely walks of life. Directed by Kim Yong-hwa. Starring Ha Jung-woo, Seong Dong-il and Kim Ji-seok.
Sunday 01:00 p.m. on Superaction
Peter Parker seems to be enjoying life with Mary Jane at last, but a new and tougher foe, the Sandman, and his vengeful friend, Harry, threaten to ruin it all.