Jae-hyuk (Kim Myeong-min) is a medical supplies salesman and his brother Jae-pil (Kim Dong-wan) is a detective. Suddenly, the police catch a disturbing scene on CCTV of people jumping into water and drowning themselves. When many similar cases are reported, the government declares a national emergency. Follow the two brothers as they investigate the cause of the tragedy. Directed by Park Jeong-woo. Runs 109 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Mallory Kane (Gina Carano) is a special operative at a government security contractor. After a successful mission in China, she is double crossed by the colleagues at her agency and is nearly killed. Running away from trained assassins, Mallory must find a way for a payback to those once closest to her. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Runs 93 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Dangerously Excited (I’m a Civil Servant)
Civil servant Han Dae-hee (Yoon Je-moon) is perfectly content with his nine-to-five job, a humble house from which he can walk to work and his TV. He is unconcerned about all else, but when circumstances force him to invite an indie rock band to rehearse in his basement, he starts to feel a subtle change inside. Will he give in to his newfound urges? Directed by Koo Ja-hong. Runs 101 minutes. Rated for general audience. In Korean.
Novelist So-hee (Park Han-byul), College student Seok-ho (Kim Ji-suk) and high school student In-jeong (Park Jin-ju) wake up in a basement of a house they do not recognize. They do not remember how they arrived there, and any attempt to escape proves futile. Someone or something starts howling outside, and they must remember how they got there. Directed by Kim Dong-bin. Runs 86 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.
Everything Must Go
Nick (Will Ferrell) is fired from cushy job one day, but it gets much worse. He returns home to find all the door locks changed, all his things thrown out on the front yard and his wife left for good. Suddenly penniless, he holds a yard sale, but as he goes through the items from his past, he starts to feel something. Directed by Dan Rush. Runs 96 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Midnight in Paris
Recently engaged Gil (Owen Wilson) and Ines (Rachel McAdams) are on a trip to Paris, but they seek different things from the City of Light. Gil starts going on a night stroll by himself, where a classic Peugeot drives up and takes him back to the 1920s. There he befriends his heroes like Hemingway and Gertrude Stein and falls in love with Picasso’s lover Adriana (Marion Cotillard). Directed by Woody Allen. Runs 94 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English, French and Spanish with Korean subtitles.
Toy Story 3
Friday 11:40 p.m. on OCN
The third edition of the Pixar franchise is available in 3D. As Andy goes off to college, toys including Woody and Buzz are to be stored in the attic. Andy’s mother, however, mistakenly sends the toys to a day-care center and Andy and his friends suffer mistreatment by the children. Will Woody be able to save his friends? Directed by Lee Unkrich. Starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cusack.
Saturday 10:30 a.m. on Superaction
When Ben’s ancestor is suspected as a conspirator in Abraham Lincolns’ death, he undertakes a journey to prove his innocence. As he follows a chain of clues, he finds the trail of the world’s most treasured secrets. Directed by Jon Turteltaub. Starring Nicolas Cage, Justin Bartha and Diane Kruger.
Sunday 10:50a.m on OCN
Based on a true story. After another drunken fiasco, fading baseball star Sang-nam is forced to coach kids at a school for the hearing impaired, but the publicity stunt eventually becomes an opportunity of a lifetime. Directed by Kang Woo-suk. Starring Jung Jae-young, Yu Sun and Jang Gi-beom.