Robert Downey Jr. is back in the role of Tony Stark in the third installation of the Iron Man franchise. In the latest movie, Stark's work is ripped apart by a formidable terrorist called the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley), leaving him on a harrowing quest of rebuilding and retribution. Runs 130 minutes. Directed by Shane Black. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Born to Sing
The comedy, targeting a generation of moviegoers who grew up watching television reality shows and singing contests, revolves around the intertwining tales of people seeking redemption at a singing contest. Kim In-kwon plays a financially inept, socially awkward man wanting to express love for his faithful wife through song. The female mayor of a city, played by Kim Su-mi, is determined to show the world she is no longer tone-deaf, while a grandfather, played by Oh Hyun-kyung, tries to leave a lasting memory for his granddaughter. Directed by Lee Jong-pil. Runs 112 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In Korean.
Popular Japanese animation series "Crayon Shin-chan'' offers fans its latest movie version. Mischievous 5-year-old boy Shin-chan bolts out of the house after quarrelling with his 1-year-old sister. He then gets kidnapped by aliens, who have no idea who they are messing with. Directed by Soichi Masui. Runs 111 minutes. All ages admitted. In Korean.
An actress commits suicide and the events surrounding her death are a mystery. Journalist Lee Jang-ho (Ma Dong-seok) and female prosecutor Kim Mi-hyun (Lee Seung-yeon) find themselves collaborating to investigate her death and eventually find a link with members of the country's power elite. The movie was inspired by the suicide death of actress Jang Ja-yeon in 2009, amid allegations that her agency forced her to have sex with a string of VIPs, including directors, media executives and CEOs. Directed by Choi Seung-ho. Runs 95 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.