Suck Up Project
An incompetent man, Dong-sik’s (Song Sae-byeok) relationship with his girlfriend is put in jeopardy when his father is chased by a loan shark. He meets the “King of Flattery” (Seong Dong-il), who coaches Dong-sik how to become a successful and capable man. Directed by Jeong Seung-koo. Runs 118 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
The President’s daughter (Maggie Grace) is trapped in an outer space maximum security prison. The ultimate freedom of a wrongly convicted ex- government agent (Guy Pearce) lies in carrying out a dangerous mission to rescue the President’s daughter. Directed by Stephen St. Leger and James Mather. Runs 94 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Miss Conspirator (Miss GO)
Chun Su-ro (Ko Hyeon-jeong) is a cartoonist with a social phobia. She accidentally loses something important that belongs to one of the most powerful gangster groups in Korea. The only way for her to survive is to return what belongs to the gang. Directed by Park Chol-kwan. Runs 115 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
The Amazing Spider-Man
The amazing spider-man, Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), was abandoned by his parents as a little child. As he tries to find out his identity and understand his parent’s disappearance, he discovers his father’s mysterious briefcase, leading him to Dr. Curt Conners (Rhys Ifans), who is his father’s former partner. Directed by Marc Webb. Runs 136 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Faces in the Crowd
Anna (Milla Jovovich), an elementary school teacher, witnesses a violent murder by a serial killer. As the only survivor of a serial killer’s violence, Anna struggles to survive with “face blindness,” a psychological disorder from the trauma. She is unable to identify or recognize anyone, as she tries to resume her normal life. Directed by Julien Magnat. Runs 102 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Two Weddings and a Funeral
To escape from public curiosity and parent’s disapproval, a gay man, Min-soo (Kim Dong-yoon) and a lesbian, Hyo-jin (Ryoo Hyeon-kyeong), get married to each other. While secretly living with their respective partners, they try to act “normal” in public. Directed by Kim Jho Kwang-soo. Runs 106 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Friday 07:40 p.m. on OCN
Hancock is a superhero with an attitude. He willingly saves others who face danger but can't seem to manage his own temper. Fallen as a superhero with a personality problem, Hancock saves a public relations manager, Ray, who promises to boost his image. But then Hancock meets Ray's wife Mary and finds that she holds a secret about his birth.
Saturday 10:30 a.m. on Superaction
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.
Step Up 2
Sunday 07:00 p.m. on OCN
Andie catches the attention of Chase Collins, who happens to be one of the judges at her audition for the Maryland School of Arts. With Chase's warm-hearted encouragement, Andie starts to discover her dreams and passion.