n the sequel to 2009's ''G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,'' the G.I. Joes face the dual threat of their mortal enemy, Cobra, and forces within the government that jeopardize their existence. The movie features a star-studded cast led by Bruce Willis, Dwayne Johnson, Channing Tatum and Korean actor Lee Byung-hun. Directed by Jon M. Chu. Runs 110 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
K (Yeon Jung-hoon), Tatsuya (Kazuki Kitamura) and Jun-oh (Lee Ji-hoon) are mobsters controlling the back alleys of Korean-Japanese community in Japan. They seek revenge after one of their gang members is killed by a Japanese rival crime family. Directed by Jin Hyeong-tae. Runs 87 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.
Zombie "R" (Nicholas Hoult), who inhabits a ruined airport, falls in love with Julie (Teresa Palmer). R fights against his other zombie friends in order not to be eaten. Julie also defends R against a human who tries to kill him. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Runs 96 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
In Quentin Tarantino's much-acclaimed Western, Jamie Fox plays the role of Django, free slave who pairs with a German bounty hunter to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner Calvin Candie, played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Directed by Quentin Tarantino. Runs 165 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Very Ordinary Couple
Jang Young (Kim Min-hee) and Lee Dong-hee (Lee Min-ki), a couple who have been working at the same bank, break up because of a small quarrel. As their continued
bickering begins to affect workplace chemistry, the two slowly begin to realize how precious they were to each other. Directed by Roh Deok. Runs 112 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.