In a near future, robot boxing is popular and Charlie (Hugh Jackman) is a third-rate promoter. He believes he has found a potential winner in a discarded robot, but he has to take care of Max (Dakota Goyo), a 11-year-old son he has never met before.
The father and son team up to turn the robot into a champion. Directed by Shawn Levy. Rated 15 and over. Runs 127 minutes. In English with Korean subtitles.
Uxbal (Javier Bardem) won the best actor award for his role in this film at the 63rd Cannes Films Festival. A broker dealing with drugs, illegal immigration and counterfeit goods, Uxbal has a special ability to talk with the dead and one day foresees his own death.
He becomes determined to atone for his sins and leave his children the most beautiful present in the world. Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez. Rated 18 and over. Runs 148 minutes. In Spanish with Korean subtitles.
Nader and Simin, A Separation
Nader (Peyman Moaadi) and his wife Simin (Leila Hatami) decide to separate due to their different views on immigration. Nader hires Razieh (Sareh Bayat) to take care of his father who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Razieh mistakenly jeopardizes his father’s life and is fired. But when pregnant Razieh miscarries, Nader is arrested for “killing” the unborn child. Directed by Asghar Farhadi. Rated 12 and over. Runs 123 minutes. In Persian with Korean subtitles.
Baji (Han Jae-suk) organizes boxing matches. He agrees to set up a fixed match for a lucrative prize. Nine including Baji team up and their crooked project seems to be going smoothly.
That is until the second half of the bout when two greedy gamblers spoil Baji’s plans and things starts to go awry. Directed by Lee Sung-han. Rated 15 and over. Runs 102 minutes. In Korean.
The Three Musketeers
In this 3D film, the three musketeers work as bodyguards for the French king. They gather in a secret room but their privacy is compromised when beautiful agent Milady (Milla Jovovich) steals their password and hands it on to the notorious Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom).
Meanwhile d’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) joins the trio on a mission to remove an axis of evil threatening the royal family. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. Rated 12 and over. Runs 110 minutes. In English.
Sun-hee (Park So-yeon) has a hardened heart due to her austere upbringing. Her husband Sang-hyup (Jeong Hee-tae) is a perfectionist struggling over little things due to psychological traumas.
The two have led a monotonous married life but are forced to face their inner struggles when Sun-hee discovers Sang-hyup is having an affair. Directed by Lim Woo-seong. Rated 15 and over. Runs 65 minutes. In Korea.
The Bourne Ultimatum
FRIDAY 6 P.M. ON OCN
While recovering his lost memory, former CIA agent Jason Bourne uncovers the operation Black Briar. Meanwhile the controllers of the mission send agents to kill him. Directed by Paul Greengrass. Starring Matt Damon and Julia Stiles.
SATURDAY 10 P.M. ON OCN
Hae-guk visits a rural town after hearing of his father’s death. The townspeople, however, act uncomfortable and the son senses that something is sinister about this town and the death of his father. Directed by Kang Woo-seok. Starring Park Hae-il and Jeong Jae-young.
SUNDAY 11 P.M. ON SUPER ACTION
This was the winner of the 2007 Golden Berline Bear. In Shanghai, during World War II, a young woman is swept up in a dangerous game of emotional intrigue with a powerful political figure. Directed by Ang Lee. Starring Tang Wei and Tony Leung.